Kathy Gyngell

Kathy Gyngell

Kathy is Co-Editor of The Conservative Woman

All posts by Kathy Gyngell

The Kathy Gyngell Interview: Niall McCrae on the dark past of mental health care

The Story of Nursing in British Mental Hospitals: Echoes From The Corridors, by TCW contributor Niall McCrae and Peter Nolan, has recently been published. Niall McCrae is a highly experienced lecturer and researcher in mental health and mental health history at King’s College London. In the first of a two-part interview, I ask Niall why […]

Read More >>

Kathy Gyngell: We are all victims now – thanks to Harvey the Horrible

We (yes, that’s you and me) feminists are having a field day. I think Harvey Weinstein deserves his very own Nobel Peace Prize for services to the cause. I can’t wait for him to be nominated. Where would we be without him? What an opportunity! Isn’t this just the catalyst we’ve needed to reveal our […]

Read More >>

The Kathy Gyngell Interview: The male of the species is under assault, says men’s rights activist Mike Buchanan

Mike Buchanan is a men’s rights activist, who in 2012 launched The Anti-Feminism League and Campaign for Merit in Business in defiance of prevailing feminist and gender parity ideology. He registered his political party Justice for Men and Boys (and the women who love them) – J4MB – in February 2013 and fielded candidates in […]

Read More >>

Kathy Gyngell: The risk-averse Tories risk handing victory to Corbyn

The Conservative Cabinet’s crisis of inaction over their ‘past her sell-by date’ leader mirrors Labour’s paralysis following the bizarre nomination of Jeremy Corbyn by a group of ‘moronic’ MPs trying to shake up their leadership contest. They succeeded better than they could have imagined. A landslide victory of 60 per cent of the vote, the […]

Read More >>

Statues of Liberty: Kathy Gyngell nominates Margaret Thatcher, the conservative revolutionary

This week, the party conference week, declared Andrew Marr on Monday, is pivotal for conservative thinking. Indeed so. It was a pity Mr Marr then avoided the reason why – namely the hijacking of the Tories’ political agenda by socialism. Party to this reality gap – and seemingly oblivious to the Corbynite siege of the […]

Read More >>

Kathy Gyngell: Promises, promises will win no votes, Mrs May

Labour may bribe you. We won’t. These should have been the opening words of the Prime Minister’s conference speech. They weren’t. Her address was framed around people-pleasing, otherwise known as chasing votes, to make up for, once again, Tory forgetfulness of the ‘left-behind’ people. Damian Green’s softly spoken mea culpa on Radio 4’s Today programme […]

Read More >>