Monday, January 20, 2020

Kathy Gyngell

Kathy Gyngell
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Kathy is Editor of The Conservative Woman

Long-Bailey, abortion and the hopelessly out-of-touch Telegraph

THERE’S nothing that wasn’t entirely predictable about the outrage train that followed Rebecca Long-Bailey’s timidly expressed responses to the question of abortion...

Scruton’s first lesson for the Tories – learn to love your country

THIS is the first in our series dedicated to the memory and works of the conservative philosopher Sir Roger Scruton following his...

Scrutopia – our vision for society

EARLIER this week the Prime Minister tweeted: 'RIP Sir Roger Scruton. We have lost the greatest modern conservative thinker – who not...

Don’t say we didn’t warn you about Misfit Meg

Meghan – Menace or Saviour? This was the question we asked six months ago of royal biographer Angela Levin. Here we republish...

When Mark Steyn met Douglas Murray

THANK you to A R Devine for alerting us to this ‘excellent and sometimes hilarious conversation’ between the irrepressible Mark Steyn and...

We wish you a happy – and optimistic – New Year!

WELCOME to the New Year and to a brand new decade with The Conservative Woman. The last decade ended on...

TCW’s Brexit year: December – Now it’s up to Boris

SO here we, at the end of our Brexit year, with the last of our review posts.   Boris...

TCW’s Brexit year: November – Blue-on-blue onslaught

THE penultimate instalment of our review of the Brexit year brings us to last month. Boris’s calling of a General Election on December...

TCW’s Brexit year: October – It’s a deal, then Groundhog Brexit

SO much has happened and so quickly since Boris Johnson promised to – and then didn’t – die in a ditch rather...

TCW’s Brexit year: September – The secret surrender of our defence

OUR review of TCW’s Brexit year continues with a look back at the series of presentations by senior military and naval figures...

TCW’s Brexit year: August – The Remainers finally lose the plot

THIS is the eighth instalment in our look back over this year's battle for Brexit. It brings us to the silly season...

TCW’s Brexit year: July – Has BoJo got the guts for a clean Brexit?

WITH July finally came a new leader of the Conservative Party and a new Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, and the possibility of...

TCW’s Brexit year: June – Remainer victory in sight?

BY the end of June, as the protracted jockeying for the Conservative Party leadership was drawing to a close, and Remainers were giddy...

TCW’s Brexit year: May – Theresa’s WA monster that was never quite destroyed

THE fifth instalment of TCW’s 2019 Brexit year in review takes us back to the month of May, the growing pressure on...

TCW’s Brexit Year: April – We start to topple Theresa

THE fourth of our TCW 2019 Brexit year in review takes us back to April and the day we, The Conservative Woman,...

TCW’s Brexit Year: March – We don’t leave the EU

IN the third part of our TCW year in review, we return to March when, in a series of unconscionable votes which Michael St George...

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