Kathy Gyngell

Kathy Gyngell

Kathy is Co-Editor of The Conservative Woman
All posts by Kathy Gyngell

Kathy Gyngell: Has the West forgotten how to give birth?

In the same week that Natasha Pearlman shared her excruciating account of modern-day childbirth torture at the hands of the NHS, the retiring chief of the Royal College of Midwives conceded that the ‘normal birth’ campaign, in today’s consumer-oriented culture, had given the wrong idea that there is a right (natural childbirth) or a wrong […]

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Kathy Gyngell: The barmy logic behind Lammy’s claims of black ‘injustice’

In his recently published review into the treatment of black, Asian and ethnic minority (BAME) people in the criminal justice system, Labour MP David Lammy tells us that their trust in the CJS is low. This contrasts with the fact that most people say they are ‘confident’ the system is fair, though black and mixed […]

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Kathy Gyngell: Boris or the Mogg for PM? It’s a no-brainer

‘One more fumble and May is finished’, the Sunday Telegraph’s headline read. Fumble or not, and whatever protestations of loyalty her Cabinet colleagues make, none seriously believes that Theresa May can lead the Conservative Party into the next election in 2022. Nor dare she call an early election, not after the humiliating revelation of Lynton […]

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Leftie Lunacy: Students go bananas

Ryan Swanson, a student at the University of Mississippi, likes a banana. After eating one while attending a Greek Life event at the university, he unfortunately couldn’t find a bin. Being a conscientious chap, rather than leave the peel on the ground he put it in a tree. This was later spotted by Makala McNeil, […]

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Kathy Gyngell: Feminist fantasy on the sports field, and a red card for motherhood

The feminists have had a field day. The Women’s Rugby World Cup final was last Saturday, and weren’t we made to know it. Never mind that England’s wimmin lost, the media’s obliging deference to the feminist demand for equal attention and respect for women’s sport was a victory for gender politics. That, I would surmise, […]

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Kathy Gyngell: Policing Twitter returns us to the dark ages

Well before the end of the last century, Britain had established a democratic rule of law and civil society that was the envy of the world. Ask almost any immigrant arriving in this country in the last 50 years why they chose to come here instead of elsewhere and they will tell you it was […]

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