Six of the best

Belinda Brown: Philip Davies is the only man with the balls to stand up to the feminist harpies

Cerberus’s Election Watch: Crosby must have Juncker and Co on the Tory payroll

Niall McCrae: Identity politics stifles academic freedom

Laura Perrins: May fails to defend her Christian faith

Sarah Smith: The fascist left violently silences debate on America’s campuses

Jason Newman: Traditional masculinity is a shield against State power

Reader’s Comment of the Week

In response to Lefty Lunacy: Dire Diane cops it over police pay, paul_parmenter wrote:

“Easy to laugh at the blundering incompetence of these people, but there is a deadly – and quite frightening – seriousness about all this. It is possible, just possible that we are only days away from Jeremy Corbyn presiding over us as Prime Minister with a cabinet full of utterly useless but genitally-favoured individuals of the calibre of Diane Abbott, Yvette Cooper, Emily Thornberry and Jess Phillips. These ghastly creatures would all be expecting, and probably receiving, the high offices of state from which they will be telling us all what to say, do and think. With all the power of the land to back them up.

Keeping them far away from the levers of power is an imperative. And it is no laughing matter.”

TCW Hero of the Week

Prince Philip’s well-earned retirement from public duties was announced this week, and after seven decades of public service, he took it with typical good humour. When a member of the public said how sad they were to see him stand down, HRH quipped “well I can’t stand up much longer!” His wit and dedication puts to shame opportunist lefties like Labour’s Chi Onwurah who tried to make political capital of the Duke’s retirement. After 70 years’ service and a heroic naval career, Prince Philip deserves our thanks.

TCW Villain of the Week

The ‘Monster of the Berlaymont’, otherwise known as Jean-Claude Juncker’s right hand man Martin Selmayr, picked a fight with Theresa May this week after leaking details of a private dinner to the German press. With relish, he told the press that Juncker told Theresa May to her face that she was in “another galaxy” and that “Brexit cannot be a success”, before phoning Angela Merkel to request extra help in slapping down the Brits. This distasteful episode shows that we are going to have to fight back against belligerent Brussels – and boy is that what Theresa May did. We are glad she is batting for us…

Looniest Lefty of the Week

Dire Diane cops it over police pay

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