DESPITE the August Bank holiday this last week the quality of articles on The Conservative Woman did not suffer. There were several not-to-be-missed articles. Amongst them were:
Ollie Wright’s expose of the sinister agenda of Extinction Rebellion eco-warriors and their revolutionary Labour allies.
Campbell Campbell-Jack’s account of the Canadian Prime Minister, the ‘anti-Trump’ Trudeau and his equally revolutionary political promotion of ‘visible minorities’.
Alan Polain ( a very welcome new writer to the site) and his quite brilliant deconstruction of the YellowHammer leak and the Sunday Times’s sub-standard reporting should have shown Dominic Cummings had little to worry about. All the leaked documents comprised was ‘a list of potential post-Brexit problems which could have been created the day after the referendum by any Remainer with an active imagination’.
Alan Ashworth’s joke, yes joke, article about German food and what we’ll be missing when we leave the EU. Some of our more liverish readers found difficult to digest but it made the rest of us hoot with laughter.
But my pick of the week accolade must go to Jane Kelly for her extraordinarily acute dissection of Dorothy Byrne, her self-importance, arrogance and intolerance, the reason why, along with Jon Snow, Channel 4 News is unwatchable.