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TCW Week in Review


Six of the best

‘The Church of England is dying’, warns former Queen’s Chaplain

David Keighley’s BBC Watch: New boss Clementi faces uphill struggle against liberal bias

Kathy Gyngell: May must repudiate the toxic media backlash against Trump

Laura Perrins: Why The Times’s university ‘rape culture’ is fake news

Nick Booth: A successful Trump presidency? Auntie’s nightmare

The Laura Perrins Interview: Trump will promote big government, fears Ben Shapiro

Reader’s Comment of the Week

In response to Patrick Benham-Crosswell: Sloppy Cameron set us up for a Supreme Court slapping, Colkitto03 wrote:

“The media (BBC and Sky) are now peddling the myth that Gina Miller did all this to protect to sovereignty of Parliament? FALSE NEWS!

They are striving now to create this bogus narrative a quickly as possible. It is all lies.

Gina Miller thought when this first started, that the economy would bomb, and that once given to MPs for a vote, they would vote Brexit down. She dreamed of a thankful British public.

She has lost.

Are we expected to believe that a passionate Remainer and Europhile gives a damn about the sovereignty of our Parliament?”

TCW Hero of the Week

Former Queen’s Chaplain Rev Gavin Ashenden gave a brave and honest interview to TCW‘s Rev Jules Gomes this week on the state of the Church of England. He called out the C of E’s hierarchy for becoming “so politicised that it matters more now that you are a feminist than a theologian”, for naively embracing Islam while ignoring the dramatic rise in and even takeover of Islamic values in the West, which was a “terrifying vision, and astonishingly, quite politically possible”. A round of applause to Gavin for telling it how it is, the C of E needs to buck its ideas up or it is finished.

TCW Villain of the Week

Smug Remoaner-in-Chief (Civilian Class) Gina Miller was yet again on show this week as the Supreme Court battle reached its finish – the court deciding in her favour. Despite maintaining that she wasn’t in it for the limelight, she gave interview after interview, wrote article after article. Her smug smirk that graced the front pages is a window into the soul of those embittered Remoaners that still insist on fighting the ‘good’ fight. Onwards to Parliament, for England and St Theresa.

Looniest Lefty of the Week

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Edited by Kathy Gyngell

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