Friday, February 28, 2020

Reader’s Comment of the Day: Don’t give away your children

In response to Elizabeth Howard: As a donor-conceived adult, I would like to know my real father, Tricia wrote: Thank you for writing this piece. This...

Chris McGovern: From hero to zero. How the “Blob” pulled Captain Scott from his pedestal

The Times Educational Supplement claims that its teaching resources website “connects the largest network of teachers in the world”. Its thousands upon thousands of model...

Paul T Horgan: The naked truth. Intimate photos live forever on the web

It is a truth universally acknowledged that a heterosexual man must be in want of images of unclad women. It was on this basis...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: Leave’s division matches Dave’s dodgy deal

In response to Andrew Cadman: The Leave campaign has got to do better than this, Bugle wrote: It is sad that the Leave campaign is mired...

Tamara Chabe: Europe needs us more than we need them

David Cameron’s failure fundamentally to change Britain’s relationship with the EU is not surprising - the EU is a creature of the public sector...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: PC ‘cry-bullies’ will do anything to stifle debate

In response to Nick Booth: Give the likes of Emily Thornberry an early bath, Angular Merkin wrote: Thornberry and her ilk are known as 'cry-bullies'. They...

Tim Loughton MP: Why I will vote to leave the EU

For the past few months many of you have asked repeatedly how I will vote in the EU referendum. My response, enigmatically perhaps, but...

David Keighley: Cameron’s claim he has banished “ever closer union” is a legal fiction

(This blog was first published on News-watch). At the heart of David Cameron’s renegotiation claim is something deeply contentious and what many believe to be...

Cerberus: BoGo is a threat to Cameron’s job not just his Europe deal

So now it’s serious. Until late afternoon yesterday, a distinctly underwhelmed nation was bracing itself for four months of campaigning about the merits or...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: Astronomical parenting ‘costs’ hide an inconvenient truth

In response to Rob Slane: My kids cost me nothing like £230,000 apiece. But then my childcare is free, Busy Mum wrote: I have more children...