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TCW Week in Review


Six of the best

Jane Kelly: English men do not like clever women

The Kathy Gyngell Interview: Death of grammars has killed off working class Tories, says Harry Mount

TCW’s Belinda Brown bosses the BBC’s Big Questions

Cerberus: Trump must use his muscle to impose Pax Americana

Chris McGovern: Putting VAT on school fees will only benefit the well off

Dr Campbell Campbell-Jack: BBC issues another apologia for terrorism

Reader’s Comment of the Week

In response to Andrew Tettenborn: The US Supreme Court is back in safe hands, #ChaosKass wrote:

“And thank God for that. America is a conservative country, so should have a conservative court. Plus most of the lefties on there will likely be dead and buried by the end of Trump’s presidency, so we’re going to end up with a 7-2 conservative majority – wonderful.”

TCW Hero of the Week

Our own Belinda Brown entered the lions’ den that is the BBC’s insufferable The Big Questions hosted by perennial lamenter Nicky Campbell. Belinda was now cowed into a corner by the oppressively one-sided panel, audience and host. She held the socially conservative line against the transgender bullies who faced her, fearlessly debunking the sheer nonsense of their arguments and the tyranny of their ideology to boot. She was magnificent, and you can watch her stellar performance here.

TCW Villain of the Week

Labour’s Shadow Education Secretary Angela Rayner continued being absolutely dreadful this week. As the Government announced measures to ensure more JAMs can benefit from its grammar school plans, Angela blustered her way through an interview on the Today programme, talking lots about “Tories” and encountering an unusually on-side Nick Robinson, who challenged her over how Labour can oppose selective education if her mates Shami, Emily, Diane and Seumas send their kids private or selective? She had no answer, and Labour has no hope.

Looniest Lefty

Women don’t like being quizzed

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Edited by Kathy Gyngell

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