Conservative Woman readers

Reader’s Comment of the Day: Britain becomes another France but without the food or...

In response to, Kathy Gyngell:  The super rich pay more tax than ever before, Kingbingo wrote: "when the overburdened rich, on whom the State has become so dangerously dependent,… may well decide to quit the...
Tony Blair

Andrew Cadman: Conrad’s Heart Of Darkness sheds light on Tony Blair’s demented ambitions

“They only showed that Mr Kurtz lacked restraint in the gratification of his various lusts, that there was something wanting in him – some small matter which, when the pressing need arose, could not...

Mark Ellse: Here is the bill for Cameron’s modest pledge of three days of...

George Osborne's ducking of a simple multiplication (What is 7 x 8?) and Ed Balls's slowness in calculating 7 x 6 makes one wonder what the mathematical skills of our politicians really are. David...
BBC New Broadcasting House

Laurence Hodge: The NHS and the BBC join forces to tell us they know best...

How encouraging it is in these difficult times to see harmony infusing those national institutions that we know to be the envy of the world.  Last Friday brought us a co-production between two of...
Hillary Clinton

Laura Perrins: Hillary Clinton is a power-crazed crook. Yet we are meant to be...

We knew it was coming, but in many ways I was still surprised when Hillary Clinton finally declared that she was seeking the Democratic nomination to run for President of the United States. Part of...

Candidate of the Day: Tim Loughton

Elected in 1997, Tim Loughton has been a champion for a number of causes close to the heart of The Conservative Woman. The former Children’s Minister (sacked in the 2012 reshuffle - presumably for being...

Villain of the Day: Ed Miliband

Labour manifesto launch, but no detail on tax and spend, no pledge to keep four Trident submarines and no guarantee that the deficit will be wiped out in the next Parliament. The Tories are...

Hero of of the day: Paul Johnson

"Literally we would not know what we were voting for if we were going to vote for Labour." That from Paul Johnson of the IFS. Our thoughts exactly. Labour won't admit to the desire...
Conservative Woman readers

Reader’s Comment of the Day: Don’t offend me or I will get you sacked

In response to Laura Perrins: Academic sacked for correcting an essay. The lunatics take over the campus, porcelaincheekbones wrote:  Social Justice is a cancer of the Left. It has overtaken all of their composite charities,...

Nick Wood’s Campaign Commentary: Like a reformed gambler, Miliband promises to give the betting...

Accentuate the positive, eliminate the negative must have been the thought running through Ed Miliband’s mind as he launched the Labour election manifesto in Manchester today. For social conservatives, it is a deeply depressing document,...