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TCW Week in Review


Six of the best

Laura Perrins: If Blair, Brown and Mandelson want to stay, I want to go.

Kathy Gyngell: Suffragette owes more to the feminist angst of today than historical truth

Rev Julian Mann: So is Dave going to slap an EDO on St Paul?

Belinda Brown: Selfish feminists put women’s interests before the wider good of society

Chris McGovern: Maths and science are not enough. Now our teachers have to ‘prevent’ terrorism

Leslie Loftis: America talks while the world burns. But Hillary’s victory is not assured


Reader’s Comment of the Week

In response to, Laura Perrins: If Blair, Brown and Mandelson want to stay, I want to go, Flying Tiger wrote:

Every great thing Britain has ever achieved, from industrialisation, electricity, flushing toilets, Shakespeare, the rule of law – has been achieved as an independent set of islands with independent nations within.

Nothing of any good to Britain or England in particular has come from the “experiment” of shackling a free born set of races to the grovelling surrender monkeys of “Europe”.


TCW Hero of the Week

We never thought we’d do this. Last week she was our villain – and not for the first time. This week she is our hero. Nicky Morgan has given the go ahead for the first new grammar school for five decades.

Okay, officially we have to call it a ‘satellite”. But in reality, it being nine miles from its parent, this will be a new selective school. What’s more, many think this will now open the floodgates for grammar expansion up and down the country. Well done Ms. Morgan. For once, you’ve got it right.


TCW Villain of the Week

Lefty-luvvie Simon Schama played up to the sanctimonious BBC Question Time audience this week, arguing Britain should be taking more refugees. He then took Rod Liddle to task for rightly saying we must do what works, not what a Left-wing conscience demands.

To top it off, Schama also spoke out against grammar schools. All very well for someone who breezed from £18,000 a year Haberdashers’ to Christ’s College, Cambridge. He is a beacon of the whining liberal commentariat. And he is our villain of the week.

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Edited by Kathy Gyngell

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