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TCW Week in Review


Six of the best

Laura Perrins: New Tory, new danger. State-directed leftist brainwashing is rife in schools

Nick Wood: School inspectors turn Trojan Horse into a vehicle for destroying traditional values

Matthew Walsh: Labour and the Greens unite in their ecofascism

Kathy Gyngell: Humphrys’s BBC mindset blinds him to an end to Greece’s torment

David Keighley: In eight years, the BBC Trust has not upheld a single complaint about EU coverage

Laura Keynes:  Sorry, but a woman bishop just looks wrong

TCW Hero of the Week

David Starkey has had a storming week. On Thursday he branded the Government’s definition of British values as “banal” and said England is under threat from radical Islam.

These comments made to a teacher’s conference in Brighton followed a simply sublime and illuminating outing on BBC2, bringing the history of the Magna Carta to life. Even The Guardian was full of praise. Superb

TCW Villain of the Week

Pro-EU campaign British Influence linkedEuroscepticism to anti-semitism this week, on Holocaust Memorial Day of all days.
“It is no coincidence that rising anti-Semitism and warnings of a “Jewish exodus” from Europe come at a time when hostility towards the European Union is gaining momentum in the public discourse,” they said.
Tasteless from Peter Wilding and his team of Euro luvvies.

Reader’s Comment of the Week

Vera wrote: It is unbelievable that these days children of just 10-11 years are supposed to be completely informed about, not Latin, Maths or English, but all possible sexual configurations, including transgender and genital mutilation issues. These are young children, they should be concerned with playing sport or a musical instrument, not this. If I were the parent I would be incandescent with rage and wondering who I could sue for sullying my child’s mind. These inspectors should be sacked immediately and Ofsted disbanded. Why has this country become such a dirty, sordid place?

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