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Niall McCrae: Hail Sunderland where the Brexit worm was first to turn

Unless you are a football fan following your team away from home, Sunderland may never be on your itinerary. Unlike its more illustrious neighbour...

Readers’ comments: Visionless, corrupt, deceitful and detached

In response to Michael St George: TCW’s Brexit Wall of Shame: Call me Dave, Don Benson wrote: The great spiv, Call-me-Dave, was surely the final...

Last week’s most-read on TCW

OUR most-read blogs of last week all, in their different ways, reflected the dismay and apprehension that political uncertainty and the apparent collapse of...

Readers’ comments: The descent of dissent

In response to Kathy Gyngell: TCW’s Brexit Wall of Shame: The turncoat Daily Mail, Badger wrote: The media situation in Britain is decidedly unhealthy. Every one...

Remembrance? No, our valiant years are being erased

TODAY is Remembrance Sunday. In Whitehall, the great and the good will bow their heads in recollection of the fallen. They should also bow...

Link arms with the US, not Europe, to defend our realm

IF the 21 miles across the Dover Strait seem wider than the Atlantic, try the sullen grey waters between the Humber and Heligoland. Then...

Labour’s no-borders policy would take a wrecking ball to Britain

A NATION without borders is barely a nation. Whether soft or hard, borders are more than just lines on a map. If Labour win...

Did the Tories throw the Brecon by-election?

HOW to sum up the ‘Conservative’ Party’s reaction to the by-election loss of the Brecon and Radnorshire seat, which reduces their already wafer-thin majority...

The five key tests for Boris – will he disappoint us?

EXPECTATIONS matter. After the near-euphoria of the thirty-six hours or so that elapsed between Boris Johnson’s victory in the Tory leadership contest, and the...

Our nakedly politicised civil servants

ON Monday, Iain Dale on Sky’s morning politics programme presented by Adam Boulton rightly criticised the attack on Jeremy Corbyn made by an anonymous...

Oliver’s twist

FURTHER to Kathy’s splendid TCW piece about Oliver Letwin on Friday, Guido managed to get his hands on a Eurosceptic pamphlet written by Brexiteers...

Who is Theresa May really? We’ll soon find out

WOULD MPs not save much time and agony by telling Mrs May to go on a long holiday atop a Welsh mountain with Philip,...

The EU’s electric shock treatment is working on our fearful MPs

THIS evening around 7pm the House of Commons will vote again on Mrs May’s Withdrawal Agreement; exactly the same as the one they defeated...

TCW’s top reads of the year: 9 – Mendacious May

As we draw to the end of 2018 we are republishing, in reverse order, the top 12 posts of The Conservative Woman’s year. Today,...

Has mendacious May been colluding with the EU all along?

TURKEY Tory MPs voting for redundancy; Blairite Remainer MPs opting to be governed by the EU regulation machine. The game’s afoot, and the brilliant...

Who but us would put up with these anti-English hypocrites?

Author Kazuo Ishiguro OBE, FRSA, FRSL, Order of the Rising Sun, 2nd Class, Nobel Prize winner, is now also a knight. ‘When I think back...

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