Kathy Gyngell

Kathy Gyngell

Kathy is Co-Editor of The Conservative Woman

All posts by Kathy Gyngell

Kathy Gyngell: How Hammond could put marriage back in fashion

No man is an island. The UK income tax system chooses to treat its citizens as though each were one; as though each were an autonomous unit without responsibility for, or need of, anyone else but the State; as though families no longer mattered. Almost uniquely amongst OECD countries, the UK refuses to recognise family […]

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Kathy Gyngell: The silence of the males

Ever since the outing of serial sexual attacker Harvey Weinstein, men have been on public trial. They have been subjected to an across-the-board character assassination. Innocent until proved guilty in the law maybe, but in the trial by media that’s followed they’ve been presumed guilty without recourse to due process. One man is dead. Several […]

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Kathy Gyngell: The good news about Brexit – not brought to you by the BBC

Those of you locked out behind the Financial Times paywall may have missed this bit of Brexit good news, reported by their Financial Editor Patrick Jenkins a few days ago: ‘A week ago UBS became possibly the first big bank to come out with an upbeat view on Brexit. Via a combination of public announcements […]

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Kathy Gyngell: The final front in the war on men

This is the sex scandal that isn’t. But it is destabilising our government and making us look like navel-gazing idiots abroad. Scour as they may through the spate of hyped-up ‘misconduct’ allegations, the one ingredient foreign commentators won’t find is sex. No law-breaking, no putting the nation’s security at stake – unlike the time a […]

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Leftie Lunacy – the New Student Police

Last week Peter Hitchens refused to sign an ‘intrusive’ free-speech contract demanded of him by the University of Liverpool. It turns out that Liverpool is not the only place of learning where students are authorised to police others’ speech. At King’s College London – which still says that it welcomes staff and students of all […]

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Kathy Gyngell: This ‘harassment’ hysteria is out of proportion

Since the Harvey Weinstein story broke and the #MeToo campaign went viral, a sexual harassment hysteria has taken over. No institution is escaping, and Westminster is the latest. Men appear unable to defend themselves. Today I write in the Daily Mail why this is bad for women as well as for men – and out […]

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