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TCW Week in Review


Six of the best

Laura Perrins: Smearing the DUP foreshadows a hard left coup

Niall McCrae: Corbyn’s angry young stormtroopers are forged in heartless nurseries

Kathy Gyngell: Come back Nigel, your country needs you

Prudence Dailey: Why a true blue Tory didn’t vote for Mrs May’s ‘nasty party’

Chris McGovern: Corbyn’s surge has its roots in the classroom

Laura Perrins returns to Question Time

Reader’s Comment of the Week

In response to Kathy Gyngell: Come back Nigel, your country needs you, Willdicksfloyd wrote:

“As the only working class Tory supporter man in the village of Manchester, a one party Marxist principality if ever there was one, my mood has risen much on discovering that there is such a publication as ‘The Conservative Woman’. ..that mood only trumped by the idea of Farage back in the fray.”


Not for the first time in recent months, we have suspended our regular Hero and Villain feature this week. The appalling fire in Kensington, like the previous terror attacks in Manchester and London, dwarfs the turbulence of everyday politics. We again offer our condolences to the families and friends of the many victims. In the weeks and months to come, there will be opportunity to debate the implications of this dreadful tragedy.

Lefty Lunacy of the Week

Beardy activists kick off at non-veggies

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Edited by Kathy Gyngell

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