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TCW Week in Review


Six of the Best

Niall McCrae: Labour has turned its back on patriotic working people

David Keighley: Failure to tackle endemic BBC bias could derail Brexit

Kathy Gyngell: Bobbies in burkas is the mad child of Macpherson’s racist verdict on the police

Laura Perrins: Thornberry’s ignorance of her French counterpart had me in stitches

Karl McCartney MP: Shrill equality warriors ignore half the human race

Lefty Lunacy: Radio 4 ridicules the angelic Rees-Mogg

Reader’s Comment of the Week

In response to Andrew Cadman: Brexit will expose the fragility of our society, DollarPound wrote:

“Thank God the feminists will protect us from all the negative consequences of this.

Those gender studies academics will help to boost Britain’s productivity. After all, we all know that women will deliver exactly the same end results as men for 27 per cent less pay.

All the women now racing to fill frontline combat roles will physically protect us from the jihadis.

And once the patriarchy is smashed, all the women who have been prevented by male oppression from pursuing their dream careers in refuse collection, asbestos removal and coal mining will flood into these empowering roles, meaning we no longer need immigrants to do our dirty, dangerous work either.”

TCW Hero of the Week

Nigel Farage in his valedictory reminded us how much he has achieved in the Eurosceptic movement. He transformed Ukip from a minor and marginal party into a major political force. In face of the combined forces of the political establishment and the BBC, he doggedly pursued his number one priority of getting Great Britain back under her people’s control.

The victory of 23rd June was Nigel’s victory – decades of work, decades of pressure – culminating in the most seismic of political events to rock our shores since Suez, freeing us from the Brussels bureaucratic tyranny.

Thank you Nigel.

TCW Villain of the Week

This week, the Trades Union Congress demanded that Theresa May ditch her heels for ‘sensible’ flats. ‘Why?’, we hear you ask.

Well, they think our female Prime Minister should not be setting out to “meet men’s expectations”.

Quite right. Her job is to meet the expectations of us all – men and women. One expectation is that she will resolutely ignore the dreary identity politics of the TUC.

Best of the rest

Rev Jules Gomes: BBC rewrites history to make Islam the font of civilisation

The Laura Perrins Interview: Women criminals are treated more leniently than men, insists Philip Davies

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Edited by Kathy Gyngell

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