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TCW Week in Review

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Six of the best

David Keighley: BBC declares war on America

Kathy Gyngell: May wins her spurs and exposes BBC bias over Trump visit

Jane Kelly: The snowflake generation don’t know what happened yesterday

Andrew Tettenborn: ‘Hate crime’ laws mean some victims are more equal than others

Laura Perrins: If we are racists why are we so popular?

Rebel Priest’ Rev Jules Gomes: Welby is sucked further into the feminist mire

Reader’s Comment of the Week

In response to Cerberus: May knows she has to sup with the Devil, Bik Byro wrote:

“Whether you are in favour of Donald Trump’s actions or not, it is amazing that in the week after the guy has been talking about giving us a really good trade deal, many people think it’s an excellent idea to p*** him off right now.

But then again, virtue-signalling about another country’s affairs seems more important than British jobs and British trade in the eyes of the doublethink Left.”

TCW Hero of the Week

This week it’s an easy one, our very own Laura Perrins graced the panel of Question Time on Thursday night – tackling Trump, Brexit and a few other things. Laura smashed the wimpy PC consensus by sticking up for Trump’s travel ban as ”anti-terrorist” rather than “anti-Muslim” and calling out the “anti-democratic” MPs who voted against their constituents on Brexit. The audience loved it and so did we. By outclassing the whole panel, Laura used her opportunity to take social conservatism into the heart of Britain’s homes and didn’t miss a beat.

TCW Villain of the Week

Labour’s laughable Diane Abbott ducked one of the biggest votes in history this week by running home with a sick note. Despite speaking with gusto in a debate two hours before the vote, Diane claimed she had a ‘migraine’ and disappeared off home to avoid voting against her constituents in order to please her ex-boyfriend Jeremy Corbyn. Cowardly Diane is this week’s resounding villain.

Looniest Lefty of the Week

Harpy Harman howls for help

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