Kathy Gyngell

Kathy Gyngell

Kathy is Co-Editor of The Conservative Woman

All posts by Kathy Gyngell

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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Leftie Lunacy: The BBC apologises for allowing free speech

The BBC has apologised for a breach of impartiality and accuracy on the Today programme. Wow! What could it be? Last time we looked, far from apologising, the corporation had Nick Robinson acting as its roving defender-in-chief, fending off complaints about its relentless anti-Brexit bias and climate change alarmism. Yet here it was. The BBC […]

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Kathy Gyngell: Culture, not discrimination, is the problem, Mr Lammy

So Cambridge has got round to replying to David Lammy’s egregious social apartheid accusation. We see  the university’s new vice-chancellor Stephen Toope reiterating the specious nonsense demanded today that Cambridge’s excellence ‘is based on diversity’. Having ticked that politically correct box this academic technocrat seems concerned with one thing only. Not the truth but appeasing […]

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Kathy Gyngell: BBC lights the red touch paper

The BBC has just started its latest anti-UK democracy drama, Gunpowder, which plumbs new depths of brutality. One by one, it seems the barriers against barbarity are being crossed in the media, with the BBC in the vanguard. But perhaps it is no surprise when you look at who they commission. The series is written […]

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Kathy Gyngell: This #MeToo witch-hunt will destroy women’s happiness

The demonising of men has to stop. Men are not monsters. They are not all sexual predators. Sex pesting is not a universal phenomenon. Suggesting otherwise is a gross calumny against the male sex. Hundreds of millions of daily interactions between men and women have no sexual content or dimension. It is bizarre that this […]

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The Kathy Gyngell Interview: Niall McCrae on the fine balance between patients’ liberty and public safety

In the second part of an interview with Niall McCrae on his recently published book, The Story of Nursing in British Mental Hospitals: Echoes From the Corridors, we discuss whether anything can be learnt from past attitudes, whether past myths take modern forms, and whether we are any further forward in treating mental ill-health. KG: […]

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