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TCW Week in Review

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Six of the best

The Laura Perrins Interview: Corbyn sympathises with anyone who wants to blow us up, says Douglas Murray

Cerberus: May’s authority is fatally damaged

Jane Kelly: We must end the lie that Islam is a religion of peace

Laura Perrins: We have plenty of terrorists – pull up the drawbridge

Niall McCrae: The rights of a terror suspect do not trump the right to life

Andrew Tettenborn: May is now only a caretaker PM

Reader’s Comment of the Week

In response to Lefty Lunacy: Only militant trade unionists get on the Question Time audience, Colkitto03 wrote:

“Of course, BBC studio audiences are politically balanced. I have been studying the make-up of BBC-1’s Sunday morning show The Big Questions. This show comes from all over the country.

After careful analysis and extrapolation (all written on the back of a receipt from Morrison’s) I have calculated the non-white population of the UK to be 38 million.”

TCW Hero of the Week

After a dreadful campaign and some abysmal results, the glimmer of joy during the Conservatives’ election night was the performance of Ruth Davidson’s Tories north of the border. They took the tiresome SNP to task, seizing 12 of their seats and dislodging some of Westminster’s biggest Mcfoes, not least the perennially smug Alex Salmond, Angus Robertson and Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh. We should seize any good news we can from the dire events of the last few weeks…

TCW Villains of the Week

A record 72 per cent of students and young people turned out to vote on Friday, the vast majority of them toeing the line of their Trot teachers. If anything is an indictment of  our education system, it is the sheer number of brainwashed students who opted for Jeremy Corbyn. It should alarm us. This lot bothering to get out of bed for once was what gave real power to Comrade Corbyn’s elbow.

Lefty Lunacy of the Week

Owen Jones hates the police state but loves more police

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