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TCW Week in Review


Six of the best

David Keighley: Not the BBC news. Norway is very rich and very outside the EU

Nick Booth: Can the lazy Left stop smearing every critic as a Hitler apologist?

Cerberus: The migrant crisis could shatter the EU

Laura Perrins: Move over Kate Moss. A boy can do your job on the catwalk

Kathy Gyngell: Feminist fairy tale. Boy gets drunk – boy chats up girl – boy shamed

Mark Ellse: Will Cameron ever make the case for business profits?

Reader’s Comment of the Week

In response to David Keighley: Not the BBC news. Norway is very rich and very outside the EU, Nockian wrote:

“I cannot help but think that the mainstream media should be prevented from airing anything at all about Europe.

Instead there should be regular broadcasts that stress the need for people to consider the question carefully and to find out for themselves through their own research.”

TCW Hero of the Week

The journalist Melanie Phillips this week added her view to the growing debate on forcing young children head first into the transgender debate.

Dragging school children into gender politics is a “dangerous frivolity”, she says, with the real intention behind this to “break down children’s sense of what sex they are and also wipe from their minds any notion of gender norms”. Nothing further to add m’lud/m’lady, keep saying it like it is Melanie.

TCW Villain of the Week

Sweden’s National Police Commissioner Dan Eliasson represented the worst of the politically naïve establishment this week when he commented on the horrific murder of a social worker at a migrant centre in Sweden.

Eliasson, who has previously commented on how Swedish police are struggling to cope with waves of migrant crime, adds fuel to the fire by sympathising with the accused in the very same breath that he used to lament the victim’s fate. He asked “what has that person been through? Under what circumstances has he grown up? What is the trauma he carries?”. That’s no justification, Dan.

Here’s a more pertinent question: how about the trauma that the victim’s family will now have to suffer for the rest of their lives?

Best of the rest

T A Pascoe: Manliness is about courage and loyalty

William Griffiths: Just be thankful the witless Corbyn is not in charge of the migrant crisis

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