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David Keighley: In eight years, the BBC Trust has not upheld a single complaint about EU coverage

What will it take for the BBC to admit that anything it ever does is wrong or biased? New Chairman Rona Fairhead and Trustee Richard Ayre...

Kathy Gyngell: Humphrys’s BBC mindset blinds him to an end to Greece’s torment

What’s the difference between John Humphrys and Charles Moore? Apart from the fact that one broadcasts for the BBC and the other writes for The...

Nick Wood: School inspectors turn Trojan Horse into a vehicle for destroying traditional values

There was a time when school inspectors were austere characters in dark suits, sober ties, short haircuts and squeaky, highly polished shoes. They were...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: The serfs are the poor mothers corralled into a mind-numbing job

In response to "Kathy Gyngell: The party of the family kills off the family to please a few posh feminists", Mrs No Good Boyo...

Rev Julian Mann: The Apostle Paul – a magnificent counter-weight to our own decadent times

The Apostle Paul, whose conversion to Jesus Christ the Church of England commemorates today (Sunday January 25th), was a counter-cultural, transformative force for good in...

Laura Perrins: The Big Brother State encroaches yet further on family life

Many readers of this blog will know that I try to avoid Woman’s Hour like the plague. There is only so much myth making,...

TCW Week in Review

Six of the best Kathy Gyngell: The party of the family kills off the family to please a few posh feminists Nicholas Booth: Al Murray is...

Edward Bromhead: Firsts ain’t wot they used t’be – in our dumbed down universities

Last weekend, another blogger (Capitalists@Work) had a rant about university degrees. Apparently, and I haven’t checked his figures, 19 per cent of candidates get...

Andrew Cadman: Murdoch makes feminists grow up

I adore Page 3. Back in my youth this was for artistic reasons, obviously, and at the time no photograph had more artistic merit...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: Catholics fight for the family while Anglicans roll over

In reply to, Kathy Gyngell: Have the bishops lost faith in the family?, Groan wrote: Not being an Anglican and far from Roman Catholic, I am struck by...