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TCW Week in Review

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Six of the best

Jane Kelly: The shock is not the 100 attacks on German women. It is the liberal media cover-up

David Keighley: Drugs, sex and rock ‘n roll. No wonder the BBC adored Bowie

Cerberus: Dave takes another step towards fixing the Brexit vote

Laura Perrins: Baby boomers have hysterics over Bowie’s death as they confront their own mortality

Rev Julian Mann: The spinning has started against orthodox Anglican archbishops

Craig Byers: The BBC should be ashamed of its coverage of the Cologne assaults

Reader’s Comment of the Week

In response to Jane Kelly: Feminist BBC would rather canonise Bowie than admit the ugly truth of Cologne, Tony Walker wrote:

“I wonder how long it will be before Western women are compelled to cover up just in case they inflame the passions of Muslim men. It’s only a matter of time, the same as Sharia Law.”

TCW Hero of the Week

It wasn’t spectacular, but it was a start. Chris Grayling’s declaration that staying in the EU in its current form would be “disastrous” will hopefully encourage others to consider whether – against the background of sex assaults across the borderless continent and the continued imperialism of the Brussels Commission – staying in the EU is the right option.

Grayling isn’t box office, but his intervention is a step in the right direction.

TCW Villain of the Week

Maria Miller for her ‘Big Brother’ Women and Equalities Select Committee transgenderism report which was published this week.

Her misguided lobbying to change government policy is the perfect example of the maxim “hard cases make bad law.” She would not only have us endorse untruths; her report would makes them orthodoxies.

Best of the rest

Kathy Gyngell: Welby should not let transgender rights warriors drive out his orthodox African brothers

Jane Kelly: Feminist BBC would rather canonise Bowie than admit the ugly truth of Cologne

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Edited by Kathy Gyngell

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