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TCW’s top ten blogs of the week


IN CASE you missed any of our ten most read blogs of last week, here they are for you again – and well worth the read. At number one  . . .

Gary Oliver: Cool hand Luke brings a welcome dose of sense to the BBC 

John Smith: Farage migrant video shames so-called journalists 

David Keighley: Panorama’s biased contribution to the BBC’s Project Corona Fear 

Will Jones: When will our leaders wake up to reality?

Will Jones: Social distancing – the case against

Michael St George: Professor Lockdown – hubris or honey-trap? 

Kathy Gyngell: That’ll teach ’em! Chris McGovern lambasts union dunces on Julia Hartley-Brewer show

Adrian Hill: TCW’s Brexit Watch: Grasping Germany 

Andrew Montfort: Climate change and a pandemic of lies 

Alan Potts: NHS equality waffle, just what we need in a killer pandemic

Kathy’s special pick: John Smith’s justifiably scathing attack on the mainstream press following Nigel Farage’s single-handed investigation of the cross-Channel migrant scandal

raised several question about the future of the barely-read MSM by comparison with the number of people who’ve followed Farage’s reportage on twitter. Why are they relaying cheap sneers from their so-called journalists whilst abysmally failing to do the basic journalistic investigation themselves? Robert James’s post Mass immigration – the religion of the Left answers the question. The last thing the Left liberal mainstream media is going to investigate is the truth surrounding illegal migration. In this terrific take-down of their prejudices and self-interest, James exposes the scale of the migration problem they, through their culpable denial of it, have inflicted on the country. Along with worship of the NHS, mass immigration is surely the religion of the Left. You can read his unanswerable article here.

Margaret’s pick of the week was Ann Farmer’s Abused and afraid – hell of the caged aged, which told us that cases of abuse of the elderly have soared during lockdown, and reminded us of the terror that must be suffered by confused and vulnerable old people when no one is able to visit them and ask questions about bruises, malnutrition and other signs of cruelty and neglect. It’s not a pretty subject when we are being told that all carers are wonderful, but we must not turn away from it.

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Kathy Gyngell
Kathy Gyngell
Kathy is Editor of The Conservative Woman. She is @kathygyngelltcw on GETTR and is back on Twitter.

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