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Reader’s comment: Grandstanding BBC

In response to Belinda Brown: It was men who won votes for women, not the Suffragettes, 39 Pontiac Dream wrote: So, 100 years since women got the vote and what are the Leftists celebrating? Quota...

Knuckleheads go tweet-2-tweet on NHS

What to do, when two knuckleheads go tweet-2-tweet over healthcare? President Trump trolled the entire UK, on the one thing that unites Labour and Conservative voters, Leave and Remain voters, the blessed socialised health...

It was men who won votes for women, not the Suffragettes

Today is the centenary of The Representation of the People Act, better known for its role in giving women the vote. In the run-up it has been used as yet another opportunity to remind...

You’ve done it now, Mogg. The BBC will be out for your blood

The morning after being ‘caught up in a scuffle’ at the University of the West of England (a scene that BBC Somerset’s James Craig described as ‘very aggressive and unexpected’), found Jacob Rees-Mogg being...

Where were you feminists on World Hijab Day?

Those who believe that glamour in darts arrived only in the 1990s with the introduction of walk-on girls evidently never watched Indoor League, which in the mid-70s first broadcast competitive arrows into homes throughout...
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Wake up, sisterhood – the last thing battered women need is a trans in...

Here’s a question. What kind of trans woman do you have to be to decide that the only job you really want, the only job that is going to meet all your needs, is...

Left gives way to common sense in the battle of the nymphs

Here’s a battle where sense has prevailed against Leftism. The Manchester Art Gallery had removed from public view John William Waterhouse’s painting Hylas and the Nymphs, a work from 1896. It felt that mythological...
Conservative Woman readers

Reader’s comment: Raise it, don’t lower it

In response to Melanie Platt: Labour’s cynical drive for votes at 16 and the myth of the ‘youthquake’, Mistikin wrote: Looking at the thugs who assaulted Jacob Rees-Mogg last week – the Brownshirts of the...
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Reader’s comment: The figleaf of ‘change’

In response to Ann Farmer: We need incentives to beef up marriage, not water it down, Colonel Mustard wrote: Mr Loughton, our society is not ‘changing’ – it is being changed and has been changed...

Half man, half desk – the monsters of the Brexit Game

One of the mistakes about Brexit was making it sound so simple. It reminded me of the business-starting advice issued by a tax-funded women’s mag in the Blair years. ‘Hey, target market women,’ it began, ‘you...