Friday, January 15, 2021

Kathy Gyngell: Want to have sex in barmy California? Get a lawyer first

Christina Hoff Sommers, the scourge of American feminists, may be unknown in the UK yet she stands, like Horatio at the Bridge, as the...

Laura Perrins: The empty nest syndrome can strike early. Daughter Annabelle is leaving home at aged four

So far I have had only two ‘crying episodes’ at the thought of my first child, and eldest daughter, going to school. And this...

Leslie Loftis: Nude celebrity photo leak. Shame is not just reserved for women

Emma Barnett on the Daily Telegraph Wonder Women page thinks that hackers stole naked pictures of celebrities to shame women. In “Jennifer Lawrence Photo...

Chris McGovern: A Tory ban on mixed ability teaching? A power too far

Rumours have been circulating that the Tory general election manifesto will include a commitment to the banning of mixed-ability teaching. Apparently, the plan is...

David Keighley: Cliff Richard is guilty until proven innocent thanks to BBC news thugs

Commons Home Affairs Committee chairman Keith Vaz has told the BBC after hearing evidence about the Cliff Richard home search saga that it has...

Laura Perrins: War reporting is one place where masculine virtues are still at a premium

The murder of Steven Sotloff, the American journalist, by the Islamic State just a week after his mother pleaded with the fanatics to be...

Alistair Thompson: Ungrateful Scots are ensuring the Union is doomed even if they vote No

In just a couple of weeks, Scots will cast their vote on whether they want to remain part of the UK or not. Polls predict...

Laura Perrins: Forget about the latest Rotherham “inquiry”. It’s just a way of passing the buck

The Government is to launch a probe into “institutionalised political correctness” in the Rape of Rotherham, Theresa May has said. You could not make...

Kathy Gyngell: Coalition muddle over breasts. Health dept likes them, Business doesn’t

What will the Coalition be remembered for? Resolving the home-grown Jihadi crisis? Reforming the National Health Service?  Turning British children into the best educated...

Alistair Thompson: Whitehall ‘norms’ for private schools threaten Christian observance

At the beginning of the summer a row erupted between the Department for Education and the Christian Institute. The source of this argument is surprising...