Laura Perrins

Laura Perrins

Laura is Co-Editor of The Conservative Woman
All posts by Laura Perrins

Laura Perrins: Every feminist needs a wife (or at least a househusband)

New Statesman journalist Helen Lewis is frustrated. Very, very frustrated. It has occurred to her that although unemployment is very, very low our productivity levels are also stagnating. Economists have been scratching their heads over this for at least a year. Many point to lack of innovation and training by employers, others to the over-valued […]

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Laura Perrins: Serena Williams discovers no one is free from leftist bullying

The miserable Left is miserable because they like to make everything political. They will spy on you while having a private conversation and try to get you fired from your job. If you have political disagreement over a proposed government policy, they will lobby for your dismissal from your employment. Indeed, if you attempt to […]

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Laura Perrins: It’s time for Mogg-mania

In today’s City A.M., co-editor Laura Perrins debated Bright Blue’s Rupert Myers on the question: Should we take Jacob Rees-Mogg seriously as a leadership contender? Laura’s answer was emphatic, telling us that it is about time the Conservative Party dropped “the wishy-washy failed mantra of the middle ground” for someone who “recognises the importance of […]

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Laura Perrins: Vive la difference is a sacking offence in Nerdland

The Nerds are angry. Some indeed are ‘furious’. I reckon still more have been triggered, when a fellow Nerd at Google (a software engineer) wrote a anti-diversity memo, laying out some stark truths about the sexes. We are told: the document, entitled “Google’s Ideological Echo Chamber,” details his opinion that the firm should focus more […]

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Laura Perrins: Lena Dunham turns transgender thought cop

Is it just me or are things a bit tense? It seems like the minute you step out of your front door, someone claims they are “hurt” by basic reality. It is exhausting, keeping up with everyone’s feelings and emotions. These days regular life can seem like an onslaught because everything is political and even […]

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Laura Perrins: Polygamy is next as we slide into the post-Christian swamp

Christian Guy, who was formerly David Cameron’s special adviser on poverty, tweeted out a question that has generated some debate. It was: Someone I met earlier asked a great question: which common attitudes/traits in Britain today will be considered outrageous in 150 years’ time? What we (or at least I) are talking about here, is what laws […]

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