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Nick Booth: Injunctions sell newspapers

Zeitgeist Media is to launch Britain’s first newspaper for news puzzle lovers The Daily Injunction. The Injunction, as insiders working on the debut edition call, it...

Chris McGovern: Corbyn’s fifth column. The CND propaganda in our classrooms

Jeremy Corbyn’s desire to scrap Trident has caused some concern among those who see the maintenance of a nuclear deterrent as integral to our...

Ken MacIntosh: In thrall to eco-nuts, the Left will never again worship King Coal

As the remnants of what was once British Steel cling to survival, it is hard not to feel mournful for a Britain that is...

Cerberus: Obama faces a rough ride over Brexit from the sceptical British press

Henry Kissinger, the top American diplomat of the Nixon and Ford era of the 1970s, summed up the US attitude to Europe when he...

Ken MacIntosh: Scrapping student nurse bursaries will just boost mass migration

The Government is committed to abolishing student nurse bursaries. The change was announced in last years’ autumn statement. In order to control the cost...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: Politicians cower before Islamic extremists

In response to Karen Harradine: Fighting the oppression of Muslim women in the UK has to be the only feminist cause, Albert Zbingswiki wrote: Sadly, the...

Nick Booth: Ambridge is the place to strike a fashionable pose

Following the success of the domestic violence plot in The Archers, the BBC may use the soap as a platform for more messaging. Here...

Chris McGovern: The educational rot set in under Ken Baker

Lord Kenneth Baker has become the ‘éminence grise’ when school policy is debated in England. Remarkably, the one time education secretary to Margaret Thatcher...

Rob Slane: Our crazy civilisation is riding for a terrible fall

What do you call a civilisation that cannot tell the difference between a man and a woman? How about a civilisation that allows men...

Rev Julian Mann: The Ascension teaches us that Jesus is Lord is objective truth

(This is an edited version of the all-age Family Service talk at the Parish Church of the Ascension, Oughtibridge) One of the mums involved in our new older children’s...

TCW Week in Review

Six of the best Cerberus: Cameron is in office but not in power David Keighley’s BBC Watch: The difference between Britain and a tiny ugly platform...

Ken MacIntosh: Allowing euthanasia would make the old and frail feel guilty for living

Next month sees Euthanasia 2016 kick-off in Amsterdam. Despite the name, this is not some apocalyptic football tournament, but an international conference whereby professional...

Mark Ellse: Facebook has halved the teen pregnancy rate

Many of us will have noticed the reporting of the recent massive fall in the teenage pregnancy rate. From 1969 when the recording of...

Andrew Symes: An established church only works if society tolerates its beliefs, warns Nazir-Ali

One of the main themes running through Faith, Freedom and the Future is Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali's conviction, familiar to those who have heard him...

Fox on Friday: IMF propaganda fails to rescue rattled Remain

Few of us could have missed the news this week that the International Monetary Fund has come out in favour of Britain remaining in...

Jane Kelly: The unseen power struggle in our 1,500 mosques threatens us all

Most British people only heard of the Muslim Ahmadi sect on April 7th, this year, after a savage murder in Scotland. That day Tanveer...

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