Laura Perrins

Laura Perrins

Laura is Co-Editor of The Conservative Woman

All posts by Laura Perrins

Laura Perrins: Put the Leftist wreckers in their playpen

Since when were the lunatics in charge of the asylum? Since when were the extremists given so much airtime? Since when were those with a conservative world-view the radical moderates? Since now, or at least since the last few days. I understand the mainstream media’s thirst for controversy – I get that. But when does […]

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Laura Perrins: Boys will be boys. Girls won’t

First came the announcement that Hollywood was going to create an all-girls Lord of the Flies, then on Saturday John Lewis said it would make all its children’s clothes ‘gender neutral’. The all-out assault on children, their innocence and reality itself has been relentless. First, the idiotic idea that one can make an all-female Lord […]

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The Laura Perrins Interview: James Bartholomew on Britain’s pensions time bomb

James Bartholomew, writer and author of The Welfare State We’re In and The Welfare of Nations  The Welfare of Nations is now out in paperback Laura Perrins: The Welfare of Nations is a very thorough analysis of the welfare states of various nations, including Sweden, Switzerland and the US. You compare these with the welfare […]

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Laura Perrins: Date that hot Corbynista if you must – but don’t marry him!

In my last blog I explained why a close friendship with a Corbynista was a friendship for idiots. It generated some very interesting comments. Many of our loyal readers were of the view that this was unreasonable. Obviously, I beg to differ. In fact the only thing even more idiotic than having a close friendship […]

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The Laura Perrins interview: The best way to fight the Corbynistas is to laugh at them, says James Delingpole

Today we chat with James Delingpole of the Spectator and Breitbart UK. Laura Perrins: First off, which is your favourite sport, wimmin’s cricket or wimmin’s rugby? Given the amount of coverage both sports receive from the BBC I know it will be one of the two. It is a difficult choice, for sure, but try. […]

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The Laura Perrins Interview: Twenty years after Diana’s death, the monarchy is under greater threat than ever – Peter Hitchens

Laura Perrins: It has been twenty years since the death of Diana, Princess of Wales. In your book, The Abolition of Britain, you contrast the funerals of Sir Winston Churchill in 1965 and the princess in 1997 to illustrate a transformation in British culture and habits. You say: ‘In 1965, the people of Britain may […]

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