The Conservative Woman

The Conservative Woman

Edited by Kathy Gyngell & Laura Perrins
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Leftie Lunacy: A little girl’s guide to the gender agenda

The only problem with gender I had when I was seven was with French nouns and how to master their rules. Who’d have thought that today’s little girls would be at the mercy of a very different gender orthodoxy? According to the head of the Girl Guides, who now speaks on their behalf, they are […]

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Leftie lunacy: When push comes to shove on the gender battlefield

If you haven’t read this yet, it’s a gem and will brighten your day. The Mail on Sunday, to which full credit must be given, highlighted the latest manifestation of the gender wars. Its report of a 60-year-old woman being shoved to the ground in a punch-up between transgender activists and their extreme feminist rivals […]

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TCW Week in Review

Six of the best Laura Perrins: ‘Psycho’ Osborne has gone too far this time David Keighley: How BBC bias turned a street scuffle into an anti-Brexit cause celebre Kathy Gyngell: The barmy logic behind Lammy’s claims of black injustice Rev Jules Gomes: RIP C of E – choked by her own niceness Jane Kelly: Poundburyland, […]

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Leftie Lunacy: Rabbit, rabbit, rabbit: Venezuela’s deadly diet-sheet

Neeee, what’s up, Doc? Venezuela, a country with a worse rate of infant mortality than war-torn Syria and 25,000 murders a year, has found a new way to kill off its starving populace. It proposes that the the survivors of this failed state poison themselves at the meal-table. Reuters reports that the latest initiative by […]

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Hung out to dry at the British Museum

The British Museum is the latest institute of higher learning to be branded racist and imperialist – because the head of the Asian department made the terrible error of saying Asian names could be confusing. This may or may not be the case, but the museum decided it must apologise on behalf of poor Jane […]

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Leftie Lunacy: Venezuela, double standards and the British Connection

When commentator Owen Jones was asked about the crisis in Venezuela on television and radio, he twice deflected the question rather than fessing up that his brand of socialism has failed the people of that unfortunate country. Instead, in a classic case of Soviet-style whataboutery, Jones chose to raise the issue that the UK exports […]

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