Kathy Gyngell: The BBC pumps out yet more pro-pot propaganda

Does Helen Boaden, the Director of Radio at the BBC, think she is above the law? I really think she must. She and her equally fireproof Controller of Radio Four? Arrogance as well as bias...

Chris McGovern: More PC nonsense. Religious education lessons must include atheism

Religious education in our schools has been redefined. Backed by the British Humanist Society, three families have launched a successful legal challenge to the validity of the new GCSE in religious studies. The High...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: Our benefits system encourages cheating

In response to Kathy Gyngell: The State’s free-riding families lay bare feminist myths, Groan wrote:  This is most accurate. I suspect eventually the need to borrow to finance government support for this mess will cause a...

Cerberus: Labour will disintegrate if its MPs fail to sling out Corbyn

So who owns a political party? The members who join for a few pounds a year with hardly any checks on their past conduct or opinions, Members of Parliament elected by their constituents under...
BBC New Broadcasting House

David Keighley: Worldwide climate change zealots threaten millions of lives. But you won’t hear...

The main point of this prime piece of biased reporting  was that at this week’s Paris climate talks, there are hopes of a ‘deal’ – for the West to pay the developing world £100bn...
Westminster

Andrew Cadman: It’s Dave Spart versus The Tatler Tories

Both our major parties seem to be descending into grotesque caricatures of themselves, as extreme as anything the satirist’s pens at Private Eye or Spitting Image could imagine them to be. To start with Labour,...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: Men should not moan about traditional women

In response to Laura Perrins: Feminists trashed the husband and breadwinner role. Men are not coming back, porcelaincheekbones wrote: I don't mind if men Go Their Own Way. Good riddance, they'd make terrible fathers. As long as...

Rob Slane: Paris is a warning to us all to repent of our sins

(This is the second part of Rob Slane’s response to the Archbishop of Canterbury’s expression of doubt about his Christian faith. The first part appeared on Saturday) Walking down the road which says “There is no...

TCW Week in Review

Six of the best Tim Loughton: MaoDonnell’s long march consigns Labour to the wilderness Chris McGovern: France still knows who it is. We have grievously lost our way Laura Keynes: The Conservative government offers little to socially...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: Women dominate our economy. Until it collapses

In response to Laura Perrins: Feminists trashed the husband and breadwinner role. Men are not coming back, Isambard wrote: There are some fundamental misconceptions in this debate. In traditional/tribal societies that make up the vast majority...