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TCW Week in Review

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Six of the Best:

Chris McGovern: All things are relative? So Islamic State is on a par with the Rotary Club

Laura Perrins: The gender pay gap is baloney. Most women would rather not run Megabank plc

Leslie Loftis: Mothers speak up for their sons – and enrage hardline feminists

Kathy Gyngell and Laura Perrins: Welcome to our first birthday party. Social conservatism is fighting back

Deirdre Boyd: Why did I refuse next week’s Commons drugs conference speaking invitation? Because of its pro-pot bias

Belinda Brown: Memo to the uber-liberal Danes. Pornography is addictive and damaging

 

TCW Hero of the Week

Not politically correct. Popular. Right-wing. It’s everything the BBC hate isn’t it? They’ve suspended Jeremy Clarkson this week over what they have described as a ‘fracas’.

Allegedly he punched a producer. But as Katie Hopkins tweeted, “the BBC allegedly cover up Jimmy Saville, but Clarkson causes a “fracas” and he’s suspended?” We hope he’s reinstated. He’s our hero of the week.

 

TCW Villain of the Week

BBC Director-General Lord Tony Hall appeared before the Commons European Scrutiny Committee this week. Why is this important? Because of the BBC’s in built pro-EU bias, of course. He had to be dragged to Parliament kicking and screaming, knowing that he would be forced to appear if he continued to delay.

Not a good time for him. EU, Clarkson, licence fee. The BBC is under pressure. And aren’t we happy that, finally, it is being sufficiently scrutinised.

 

Reader’s Comment of the Week

Gammosiuwong wrote: I suspect that there are already armies of women countrywide secretly training for Jenni’s vision; ready to throw their ample proportions into the assault upon the patriarchal presenting barricades. How else can you explain the gluttony and acres of spandex? They’re working to a cunning plan!

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