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Reader’s Comment of the Day:  We have fallen out of love with the State

In response to, “Jonathan Cockfield: The established parties don’t get it. Ukip is a state of mind not a clutch of policies”, Nockian wrote:  UKIP support is a sign of discontent with Westminster and a wider discontent with the State. No need to over analyse it. Change is inevitable. This is what happened in the […]

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Reader’s Comment of the Day: Labour’s long-hidden disdain for the working classes is now nakedly obvious

In response to, “Kathy Gyngell: Labour’s real problem is not Ed. Sanctimonious feminists have alienated its working class vote”, Groan wrote: It was Frank Field who observed that the socially conservative, traditional Labour electorate put up with the socially“ liberal” (aka politically correct) Labour agenda, while the party overall supported the “working class”. Yet “Diversity” does […]

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 Reader’s Comment of the Day: Hunger for money and power drives feminism

In response to, “Kathy Gyngell: Labour’s real problem is not Ed. Sanctimonious feminists have alienated its working class vote”, Angry Harry wrote: I can’t tell you how happy it makes me to see that more people – like you – are alerting the public to the poison that is feminism. But it is the desire […]

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Reader’s Comment of the Day: The public sector really runs Labour

In response to, “Nick Wood: Desperate Miliband appeals to the ‘predators’ of the CBI as he plays the Europe card”, Polly Radial wrote: We need to remember that the Labour party itself has changed 180 degrees from its original mission. At inception, it represented the needs of the working population to Parliament – an essential […]

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Reader’s Comment of the Day: Bodily autonomy is not sacrosanct. We penalise people who drink and drive

In response to, “Kathy Gyngell: Abortion lobby resorts to world class spin. Talk of prosecuting alcoholic mums-to-be is nonsense”, Mrs D Bliss wrote: “We should take very seriously any legal development that calls into question pregnant women’s bodily autonomy… (They) deserve support and respect, not the prospect of criminal sanction for behaviour which would not be […]

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Reader’s Comment of the Day: The slavish following of failed leaders is weakness

In response to, “Nick Wood: Dave is praying that Ed makes it through the night”, SimonToo wrote: Not that Labour has any history of knifing its leaders. That dubious reputation rests with the Conservatives.” The removal of inadequate leaders is a strength and a virtue. The slavish following of unsuitable leaders is a weakness and a […]

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