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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 to a climate change freak

Kathy Gyngell: Cameron is the family man who betrayed the family

Nick Wood: All politics is now Tory

Chris McGovern: Pupils are out of control. No wonder teachers ‘lose it’.

Reader’s Comment of the Week

In response to, Laura Perrins: Morgan plays the uterus card. But she doesn’t get my vote, morbid fascination wrote:

Good article, but the last five words spoilt it. BoJo hasn’t been too bad a mayor, and – unlike NiMo – has a formidable intellect. He has many vices, but don’t be fooled by his façade of bumbling self-deprecation. George “Submarine” Osborne would be much worse, being highly political without regard for the long-term (or even short-term) consequences for the UK, and he runs a Tudor court in which his loyalty to colleagues is totally conditional upon their absolute submission to him. He was also even more pro gay marriage than Cameron and – if it were possible – is more pro EU.

TCW Hero of the Week

We congratulate Nadiya Hussain for winning the Great British Bake Off this week. She has three children, a stable marriage and is a full time mum. She’s now demonstrated her enviable skills in the kitchen.

“Family life will carry on as normal, being a mum to three small children under 10 is pretty time-consuming,” she says. You said it sister. An example to us all – and our hero of the week.

TCW Villain of the Week

Nicky Morgan launched her bid for the Tory leadership this week. And here at The Conservative Woman, we could not think of anyone worse to replace David Cameron.

She reckons it’s time for another female leader. But when Morgan is not busy playing the uterus card, she is insulting other women’s choices by saying those who care for children themselves are unproductive, while pandering to special interest groups at the Department for Education. She is an economically illiterate, power hungry politician. And our villain of the week.

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Edited by Kathy Gyngell

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