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Scruton on the triumph of tradition

THIS is the fourth in our series dedicated to the memory and works of the conservative philosopher Sir Roger Scruton, in which...

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...

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...

Should terrorists EVER go free?

ON Friday afternoon, a convicted terrorist who had been released early from jail stabbed two people to death and injured three others...

Guilty – of giving sound safety advice to women

LAST week threw up more evidence of the self-destruct button that Douglas Murray calls the 'madness of crowds' – one that the...

Editor’s pick of the week

A COUPLE of years ago Ollie Wright introduced himself to The Conservative Woman with this brilliant blast against the race grievance and apology culture. Pointing...

Time for Tories to show some of the Brexit Party’s grace

IT IS hardly surprising if many of the 'stood down' Brexit Party candidates feel sore and bemused. The words gall and wormwood spring to...

From Maggie’s ex-aide, a Brexit plan for Boris

IT might seem crazy to be guiding readers to the National Review – an American Journal – for an overview and analysis of the...

Everyone’s time of the month

THE Scottish parliament has just published the final draft of a Bill to provide the 'right' to free ‘period products’. One can only assume this...

Tories want a deal with Farage, so why doesn’t Boris?

NIGEL Farage, the pariah of British politics, has refused to fall into line or accede to Tory hopes that he would stand down his...

What should Nigel do next?

WHAT should Nigel do next? Does he field a candidate in every constituency? Or does he fall into line with the received wisdom that...

Organ donation and a State step too far

ORGAN donation was in the news again last week with the Government's advance notice of when the law will be changed: spring 2020. Politically...

Editor’s picks of the week

JOINT honours as my pick of the week go to two of TCW's longest-standing and most erudite writers, Chris McGovern and Paul T Horgan. In...

Today’s hot topic: Should we still give peas a chance?

FOR years, a bag of frozen peas has been the layman’s immediate antidote to a sprain or swelling. Press it on the affected area...

Bursting at the seams, but UK’s population explosion continues

The population of the UK is projected to increase by 3million (4.5 per cent) in the next decade, from an estimated 66.4million in mid-2018...

The brilliant and brave Douglas Murray brings us up to date

DOUGLAS Murray’s latest book The Madness of Crowds: Race, Gender and Identity will prove without doubt to be one of the most significant books...

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