Conservative Woman readers

Reader’s Comment of the Day: Farage is a great politician but a poor manager

In response to Kathy Gyngell: Farage needs to sign some intellectual heavyweights to stop the rot, sfin wrote: This article expresses what has concerned me the most about Ukip and Nigel Farage for a long...

Chris McGovern: Last night a DJ saved my exam

What the Government describes as a "new" and "more rigorous and demanding GCSE  in music" has just been published by the AQA examination board. Part of what is supposed to be a more intellectually...
Conservative Woman readers

Reader’s Comment of the Day: Yvette Cooper will clothe Labour in a Marxist feminist...

In response to Kathy Gyngell: Blokeish Ed Balls is a victim of Harriet’s urban sisterhood, Simon Bellord wrote: Yvette Cooper was on TV today. There was no smile, no humour, only a slightly downplayed dour earnest desire for...
Conservative Woman readers

Reader’s Comment of the Day: The BBC is sore about Labour’s defeat

In response to David Keighley: Pub landlord did not act alone against Farage. He got a little help from BBC friends, Politically__Incorrect wrote: The BBC has such a narrow view of politics that none of this should...
Nigel Farage UKIP

Kathy Gyngell: Farage needs to sign some intellectual heavyweights to stop the rot

“There’s a debate we will have now about this election: was the SNP fear factor enough to bring these Conservative defectors (to Ukip) back in?  Was this an endorsement of David Cameron’s brand of...

Laura Perrins: Yes Mr Kemp, I do exist

There is a man out there who is stalking the website. I will not name him as that is unfair, let’s just call him Sean. Perhaps that is too obvious so I will refer...
Conservative Woman readers

Reader’s Comment of the Day: Has Lady Rothermere done for Hitchens?

In response to Kathy Gyngell: Is our last conservative commentator Peter Hitchens really on holiday?, Neil Ashley wrote: According to the latest Private Eye, the driving force behind all this is proprietor’s wife Lady Rothermere, who...

Nick Wood: Ukip’s meltdown worse than Tory wars of long ago

Not many of us get to lead a political party, which is just as well for the country. Nor do many of us get to understand just how formidably difficult a job it is,...

David Keighley: Pub landlord did not act alone against Farage. He got a little...

Al Murray, the pub landlord, clearly wanted – to put it politely – to pour cold ale all over Nigel Farage’s South Thanet campaign when he decided back in January to stand against him. His...
Ed Balls

Kathy Gyngell:  Blokeish Ed Balls is a victim of Harriet’s urban sisterhood

Chuka Umunna and Liz Kendall have thrown their hats into the ring as candidates to succeed Ed Miliband. They are likely to be joined by Yvette Cooper, Andy Burnham and Tristram Hunt. Of this crowd,...