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TCW Week in Review


Six of the best

David Keighley’s BBC Watch: The Beeb is on a mission to destroy the Brexit vote

Jane Kelly: The resit generation strikes back with a Brexit tantrum

The Laura Perrins interview: Brexit is a chance for a new socially conservative party, says Hitchens

Rev Jules Gomes: Bishops choke on Brexit humble pie

Andrew Cadman: Will the Tories betray the Brexit revolution?

Rob Slane: Ravings of a typical young under-educated, brainwashed Brit

Reader’s Comment of the Week

In response to Lefty Lunacy: Deluded Lammy laments our democratic will, Earthenware wrote:

“Very, very dangerous.

Has this fool not stopped to think of the consequences of rejecting democracy?

If our ability to determine our future is taken from us by idiots like this, the only option left is direct action. That means revolution and/or civil war.

Is that what this buffoon wants? Or is he just too thick to understand what he is asking for?”

TCW Hero of the Week

Conservative minister Andrea Leadsom this week threw her hat into the ring to become the next Conservative leader and Prime Minister.

TCW congratulates Andrea as the only woman on the ballot to back proper Brexit and who clearly believes Britain will be better off out of the EU.

However, TCW puts her on notice. A global Britain needs a social base of strong married families – and that means radical family taxation reform – something in which she has shown no interest to date. Let battle commence.

TCW Villain of the Week

Professional lefty Shami Chakrabarti this week put her name to a report concluding that the Labour Party is not overrun by anti-Semitism, despite saying that there was in fact “too much clear evidence…of ignorant attitudes”.

She added that Labour members “should resist the use of Hitler, Nazi and Holocaust metaphors, distortions and comparisons in debates about Israel-Palestine in particular”. This was immediately before Jeremy Corbyn compared Israel to Islamic State and a Jewish Labour MP was insulted by a Corbyn activist in the audience.

How Chakrabarti can put her name to such a whitewash is beyond belief in this latest episode of Labour lunacy.

Best of the rest

Kathy Gyngell: Brexit victors ignore Farage at their peril

The Laura Perrins interview: George Osborne should not be foreign secretary, says Suzanne Evans

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Edited by Kathy Gyngell

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