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TCW Week in Review


Six of the best

Laura Perrins: Our brave wimmin invite the Cologne gropers. They will learn to become new men

Jane Kelly: State school teachers have destroyed English education. They should all be sacked

Andrew Cadman: Dave may have slipped a noose around the Tory neck

Suzanne Evans: Dave’s European pantomime. A straight lift from slippery Harold Wilson’s playbook

Paul T Horgan: The Guardian has a readership problem. They don’t agree with it

Rob Slane: Anglicanism is reborn outside the quasi-Marxist CofE

Reader’s Comment of the Week

In response to Paul T Horgan: The Guardian has a readership problem. They don’t agree with it, AKM wrote:

“It could be a disaster if the Guardian has to close down. How on earth will the BBC know what to think without the Guardian there to tell them what the right-think is?!”

TCW Hero of the Week

Journalist Isabel Oakeshott said what the vast majority of the country thought about the PM’s ‘renegotiation’ outcomes: “a shoddy, shabby, cynical sellout”.

Whilst she was at it, she also took on Boris and his incessant will-he-won’t-he position on the referendum. Oakeshott branded Boris’s ‘best out of a bad job’ line as “utterly lame…Come on man, get off the fence!” Bravo Isabel – these comments are a reminder of her value as a true conservative woman.

TCW Villain of the Week

Birmingham Yardley Labour MP Jess Phillips has demonstrated how bizarre the world is when seen through virtuous reality specs.

Comparing drunken shenanigans on a night out in Birmingham to the systematic mass wave of sexual attacks of the kind that disfigured Cologne on New Year’s Eve is not only wrong, it’s just plain stupid.

Jess seems to think that as we live in a patriarchal society in Britain anyway, it matters little to import a few more misogynists who think subjugating and abusing women is A-OK.

Best of the rest

Chris McGovern: Bottom of the world exam league. Yet still the Blob boasts of success

Nick Booth: I’ve rumbled Polly T and Co. Their distorted view is down to virtuous reality specs

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Edited by Kathy Gyngell

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