Monday, December 16, 2019

Why independence doesn’t add up for the Scots

WE MUST be grateful to the Telegraph’s Liam Halligan for pointing out that the SNP gained only 45 per cent of the total...

Is this the death knell for Northern Ireland?

BECAUSE what's always at stake is nothing less than one's citizenship, political life in Northern Ireland is stressfully consumed by symbolism and...

A carol a day: In the Bleak Mid-winter

We are repeating last year’s series about Christmas carols. This was first published on December 7, 2018.   I WROTE this piece...

Immigration has not gone away, Boris

BORIS Johnson was quick to claim his election victory for his brand of 'One Nation Conservatism' in what the Telegraph’s Christopher Hope has aptly...

Bravo Rupert, the Brexit Bear

HOW refreshing, when ‘celebrities’ are queueing up to demonstrate their Leftie credentials and denounce Brexit, to find one real star not afraid...

The wimmin with their eye on Jezza’s job

NOW that Jeremy Corbyn has been crushed at the polls, attention will turn to which MP should succeed him as Labour leader.

A carol a day: Hark the Herald Angels Sing

We are repeating last year’s series about Christmas carols. This was first published on December 6, 2018. https://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/a-carol-a-day-hark-the-herald-angels-sing/ For many of...

Readers’ comments special: Two cheers for Boris

Yesterday we carried five posts on different aspects of the Conservative general election, which provoked a vast number of comments. Here are...

We’ve dodged the Marxist bullet, but I smell a rat

IS it too early to say I'm already disappointed with the election result? Don't get me wrong. Obviously, there...

Jezza the limpet could be with us for years

HAVING led Labour to two successive defeats, tradition indicates it should be time for Jeremy Corbyn to quit. In true Corbyn style,...