Kathy Gyngell

Kathy Gyngell

Kathy is Co-Editor of The Conservative Woman

All posts by Kathy Gyngell

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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Kathy Gyngell: Ordinary coppers are neutered by their PC bosses

Who on earth would want to be a policeman today?  Not many, I fear. Seasoned officers are leaving the force in droves. They are the latest cadre of ‘public servants’ to vote with their feet by quitting their profession, following teachers, doctors and the nurses out of the public sector door. The rate of attrition […]

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Kathy Gyngell: Today’s cosseted Britain would struggle to repeat Dunkirk

It is not news that since Dunkirk the spirits of duty and ‘derring-do’ have been replaced by an oppressive culture of virtue-signalling and risk aversion. Watching the new movie and then reading its reviews underlined how stark is the change. ‘Parents need to know that Dunkirk is director Christopher Nolan‘s World War II movie about the real-life incident […]

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Kathy Gyngell: There is plenty of good Brexit news, we’re just ignoring it

“It’s time to reject the safe space, terminal fear-of-change disease that drives the negative Brexit news machine. There is plenty of good news about Brexit, but the news media are ignoring it.” – Kathy Gyngell writes for the i. Read Kathy’s article in full here.

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The Kathy Gyngell Interview: North Korea’s mad dictator is nearly as bad as Pol Pot, says writer JP Floru

(JP Floru is a writer and author who has written extensively about political economy in the Far East. ‘The Sun Tyrant’: A Nightmare called Korea is his most recent and most daring book. At considerable risk to himself he kept a diary on his recent visit to North Korea. His account of this benighted country is enough […]

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