Laura Perrins: If Blair, Brown and Mandelson want to stay, I want to go

The BSE campaign was launched yesterday to terrorise us all into staying in the EU. Really, it is the BSE campaign – Britain Stronger in Europe. Only we are not stronger in Europe, are...

Kathy Gyngell: Suffragette owes more to the feminist angst of today than historical truth

If there is one film I shudder at the thought of being made to see, it is Suffragette. The pictures of its fearless heroines (Carey Mulligan, Helena Bonham Carter and Anne-Marie Duff) gazing virtuously out from...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: I had to borrow a biro for my Oxbridge...

In response to, Chris McGovern: Too many lousy state schools blight the Oxbridge hopes of poor, bright kids, Anonymous wrote: Interesting article. I walked out of my Oxbridge interview completely bamboozled by the questions. I...

Rev Julian Mann: So is Dave going to slap an EDO on St Paul?

The Government’s proposed Extremism Disruption Orders (EDOs) are so blatantly born of ‘one of the smelly little orthodoxies now contending for our souls’, in George Orwell’s phrase, that they are likely to prove ineffective in countering terrorism....

Chris McGovern: Too many lousy state schools blight the Oxbridge hopes of poor, bright...

At the Cambridge Union’s first debate of term a few days ago, I proposed the motion that “This House believes that Oxbridge is a finishing school for the privileged.”  My central thesis was that...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: Climate is chaotic and cannot be predicted

In response to, David Keighley: BBC apologises shock. But only to a climate change fanatic, GnosticBrian wrote: "The Science is settled" - as was the case with the Aristotelian world view; the Earth is flat; Phlogiston; the promordial...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: Cameron enlists the State, Corbyn the mob

In response to, Kathy Gyngell: Cameron’s Big Brother speech is the most PC I have heard, grutchyngfysch wrote: It rather brings to the fore the question of what it means to be "Tory" - since the fundamental identity...
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Belinda Brown: Selfish feminists put women’s interests before the wider good of society

Anne-Marie Slaughter underwent a Damascene conversion where she realised she couldn’t completely ignore the needs of her family and remain happy. Fortunately for her, this happened when her sons were nearly grown-up, so there wasn’t really...
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Rob Slane: A PR plan to persuade parents to give up their children to...

PR Coach (PRC): What you’ll often hear is that it’s all about getting your policies across to the public. But obviously that’s complete tripe. If you did that it would be a disaster. Politician (P):...

TCW Week in Review

Six of the best Laura Perrins: Morgan plays the uterus card. But she doesn’t get my vote T. A. Pascoe: The Left has taken over the Conservative Party as well David Keighley: BBC apologises shock. But only...