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Kathy Gyngell: Fifty Islamist terrorist atrocities in just over 10 years. How quickly we forget

Have we become desensitised to terror? Do our short memories weaken us? Which of the atrocities committed by Islamic extremists since the Twin Towers collapsed...

Kathy Gyngell: France combats jihadists worldwide. It deserves gratitude not blame

Horror, shock and revulsion. No one, no, not even Jeremy Corbyn’s most crazed supporters, can have learnt of the murderous, bloody, brutal and insane...

Kathy Gyngell: Our ageing war heroes shame the Me generation

Remembrance Sunday always gives me pause for thought and reflection. This year was no exception as the ageing and now depleted ranks of our...

Kathy Gyngell: Don’t mourn for the passing of Donaldson. Mourn for the BBC he represented

Yesterday, the BBC paid its tributes to its former newsreader Peter Donaldson. John Humphrys asked on the Today Programme what makes a great newsreader?...

Kathy Gyngell: Celebs behind the latest PC mental health stunt are the problem not the solution

Will no one rid me of these meddlesome luvvies? No, I don’t mean you to take me at my word. But at the moment...

Kathy Gyngell: Botox is a barrier to two-way human communication

No one reading The Conservative Woman could accuse us of running a ‘female’ lifestyle page – which may be why we seem to have...

Kathy Gyngell: Spare us the PC drive to plaster feeble women’s sport all over TV

Who really wants to watch women’s sport? I appeal to you. Own up! No one, except the mums, dads and siblings of our latter...

Kathy Gyngell: Kay Burley is just another bossy feminist when it comes to the mythical gender pay gap 

Kay Burley of Sky News is a terrific broadcaster and presenter and over the years I have only had admiration for her. She is...

Kathy Gyngell: Old-style home cooking is the answer to the obesity crisis not a sugar tax

Pure, white and deadly. Those were the words of the British Professor, John Yudkin, back in 1972. Such was the nation’s addiction to sugar...

Kathy Gyngell: Gordon’s tax credit monster threatens to devour Boy George

Westminster is getting its knickers in a twist over George Osborne’s proposed tax credit cuts. It’s not just the Labour Party; the big beasts...

Kathy Gyngell: Grammar school critics are obsessed with cutting down our tall poppies

Time to drop this futile grammar school fetish. So decrees former public school boy and Tony Blair speech-writer, and Times columnist Philip Collins. Grammar schools have become...

Kathy Gyngell: Suffragette owes more to the feminist angst of today than historical truth

If there is one film I shudder at the thought of being made to see, it is Suffragette. The pictures of its fearless heroines (Carey Mulligan,...

Kathy Gyngell: Cameron’s Big Brother speech is the most PC I have heard

Come back Tony, all is forgiven. Even at the height of Blair's modernisation programme, he didn’t begin to compete with David Cameron on the...

Kathy Gyngell: Cameron is the family man who betrayed the family

It may well turn out to be premature, but with the prospect of a Conservative Government for the next five or ten years,  David...

Kathy Gyngell: How the BBC rewrites history with a feminist slant

I wonder what veteran BBC reporter and presenter Sue MacGregor made of the BBC’s official historian’s characterisation of her on the World at One...

Kathy Gyngell: Osborne should reform family taxation not tempt grandma into the nursery

George Osborne has spun his latest childcare policy, paid grand maternity and grand paternity leave, as family friendly. On the surface it looks sympathetic...

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