Reader’s comment: Robbins must go

In response to David Kurten: As May chucks Chequers, who’ll chuck her?, ExFish wrote: And let us all remember that sent into negotiate on behalf of this country (and behind the backs of the Cabinet...

What is a woman anyway?

Claire Fox’s inspirational and now annual talking forum, Battle of Ideas took place at the weekend. I was invited to take part in the session entitled Identity Wars: Feminism after #MeToo to discuss ‘What is...

A long list of Remainers and Lefties? That’s diversity?

‘London’s strength lies in its diversity,’ George Osborne’s London Evening Standard editorialised last week upon the unveiling of its 2018 Progress list of the 1,000 most influential people in the capital. It is a...

As May chucks Chequers, who’ll chuck her?

With reports emerging that Mrs May has agreed a deal with the EU even before her own cabinet has approved it, it is up to the Brexiteers in Parliament to take action to halt...

Off the Beaten Tracks: Nic Jones, national treasure

This week, a celebration of a true musical hero – the great Nic Jones. A virtuoso singer, guitarist and fiddle player, Nic was 35 and at the height of his success when disaster struck as...

Even the BBC has to admit: Gummer talks nonsense on climate change

Unable to cover up the nonsensical claims of arch-climate change alarmist Lord Deben any longer, the BBC have finally upheld a complaint from the Global Warming Policy Foundation and acknowledged that his statement about...

Readers’ comments special: Our pride in the poppy

Many readers contributed comments on Ollie Wright’s article in TCW yesterday, ‘The poppy doesn’t glorify war, you Cambridge snowflakes. It recognises our debt to the fallen’. Here is a selection of extracts: Barry Sheridan wrote: As I...

Reader’s comment: Africa needs trade, not abortions

In response to Philippa Taylor: Paying the Africans for abortions – is this the new imperialism?, JPM wrote: Population growth naturally falls to replacement levels when societies become sufficiently wealthy. Africa needs trade to grow...

Paying the Africans for abortions – is this the new imperialism?

This summer, Theresa May committed to spend £200million on ‘family planning’ in Africa and Asia. More accurately, I should say ‘another’ £200million, because the UK Government has already given £163million in UK taxpayer money to...

The conversion of Saul

This is an edited version on a sermon on Saul’s conversion preached in the Parish Church of the Ascension, Oughtibridge. Where would the course of human history have gone if the Apostle Paul had never...