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TCW Week in Review


Six of the best

Craig Byers’s BBC Watch: Auntie concedes political bias – but only against Corbynistas

Patrick Benham-Crosswell: The Army skirts round its challenge of being feared not inclusive

Ken MacIntosh: Transgender kids are cool, if you believe their crazy parents and the BBC

Caroline Farrow: Brangelina was always going the way of a Z-list reality show

Jane Kelly: Today’s children retreat from the world and find solace in virtual reality

Kathy Gyngell: Time for British women to stand up to the feminist thought police

Reader’s Comment of the Week

In response to Craig Byers’s BBC Watch: Auntie concedes political bias – but only against Corbynistas, Matt wrote:

“I nearly choked on a sandwich earlier. On Red-Dot, the Beeb is reporting the ONS results, which show no discernible effects to the economy of a Brexit vote….to date.

So perhaps the prophets of doom will take a break till after the negotiations?”

TCW Hero of the Week

Boris Johnson has said that we need not bother too much about jumping through Brussels’ Brexit hoops.

The Foreign Secretary reckons it need not take a full two years to complete our exit from the EU.

Quite right. Brexit should be quick and simple. If Brussels won’t offer a tariff-free trade deal, we should quit and revert to WTO rules.

TCW Villain of the Week

European Parliament president Martin Schulz is continuing to fight the last war.

On a visit to the UK, Schulz said that the Leave campaign got “so nasty” that an MP was “brutally murdered, in broad daylight, for her political convictions”.

Linking Cox’s tragic killing to the Leave campaign is outrageous. Schulz and his fellow Eurocrats should learn to accept the democratic will of the British people. They have had enough of Brussels.

Best of the rest

Rob Slane: Greening’s sex drive has destructive Bolshevik origins

Laura Perrins: Feminists want to castrate Boris – and the rest of you

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Edited by Kathy Gyngell

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