Wednesday, March 3, 2021

Janice Davis

78 POSTS0 COMMENTS
Janice Davis is a grandmother and former girls’ grammar school teacher

The great mask dilemma

A LEAFLET about the cancellation of this year’s Fasnacht celebrations recently popped into our Swiss letterbox. The parades, fancy dress parties and Guggenmusik (marching bands) won’t be happening...

The torture of lockdown

ACCORDING to an article in the Economist,‘Is torture ever justified?’, the answer in international law is categorically no. The ban on any cruel, inhuman or...

If the Old Bill won’t fight crime, who will?

LOCKDOWN or not, some aspects of life go on as normal. At 2am a couple of Sundays ago, police were called to St John’s...

Ding, Dong, The Donald has Gone

WELL, that’s that, the Restoration has peacefully taken place, tightly patrolled by 25,000 of the military’s finest. Churchill has see-sawed back out of the Oval...

An oasis of independence in the lockdown desert

‘OH TO be in Switzerland, now that lockdown’s here!’ Apologies to Robert Browning, but it looks like my residence-of-choice is the only country in...

The Capitol and the stifling of free speech

IT WAS certainly shocking. One of those events that you always remember where you were when you saw it on the news. The storming...

Get honest, get fired … or even worse

IT was the young George Washington who ’fessed up to the affaire of the cherry tree. As he told his father: ‘I cannot tell a lie...

We must stand up to the Leftie looters

WRITING for the Mises Institute, Ryan McMaken says that it has become fashionable on the Left to defend looting as a means of redistributing wealth...

Why the failing British apprenticeship scheme must be transformed

IT’S time to get back to work, says Prime Minister Johnson, and he is promising every young person the chance of an apprenticeship or...

Will tourism ever be the same again?

WITH the imminent prospect of lockdown repression being lifted, the post-Covid scenario looms. What will the ‘new normal’ be like? Should we be eager,...

Our leaders are immune to the truth

ALL at once there are comments about the dearth of scientists in the Cabinet, especially now that almost every government policy carries the motto:...

The strange bedfellows of Professor Panic

A LOT of attention has been given to Professor Neil Ferguson’s dubious track record on epidemics and his equally dubious judgment in meeting his...

Choc’s away for Woke Air

ONE of the joys of living in Switzerland is that when you want to visit the family in London, you can do so courtesy...

Oh for a Burns to skewer our lousy politicians

‘O wad some Power the Giftie gie us to see oursels as ithers see us!’ ON Saturday it was Burns Night, which celebrates both the...

If the NHS is so hard up, why is it giving money away?

SINCE winning the election, Boris Johnson has set about making good his pledges on the NHS. It was front and centre of the Queen’s Speech...

J S Bach’s glorious Christmas Oratorio

BACH’S Christmas Oratorio was first performed in 1734 in the St Nicholas Church in Leipzig, where Bach was musical director, jointly with the Thomaskirche....

Support Us

Support the Conservative Woman
Click here

Like The Conservative Woman? Donate to help cover our costs

Sign up for The ConWom News

Each morning we send The ConWom Daily with links to our latest news. This is a free service and we will never share your details.


Follow us!

Share this post