Friday, February 28, 2020

Reader’s Comment of the Day: Laurie Penny is a self-obsessed bore

In response to Laura Perrins: Women are not much cop at emotion-free sex, Bogbrush wrote: I only scanned Laurie Penny’s tediously self-obsessed article, but it...

Rev Julian Mann: Celibate gay Christians unsettle the PC establishment

The politically correct establishment is bound to gang up against Living Out, the evangelical Christian support group for same-sex attracted people, after the Charity Commission granted it...

Rob Slane: My kids cost me nothing like £230,000 apiece. But then my childcare is free

According to a recent study, the cost of raising a child up to the age of 21 is now just over £230,000. You find...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: Cameron’s EU grovelling shows how much we have lost

In response to Kathy Gyngell: Deal or No Deal? The European Parliament is the final arbiter, amac wrote: The idea that a British PM has to...

Laura Perrins: Women are not much cop at emotion-free sex

Now, where was I, said Bill Clinton to a room full of interns? Ah yes, the feminists, the lovely feminists, slayers of the patriarchy,...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: Woeful Westminster is more democratic than Bonkers Brussels

In response to Cerberus: The public has seen through Dave’s flimsy Europe deal, SonofBoudica wrote: I would rather take the risk of elected UK MPs being...

Caroline Farrow: Making exceptions for abortion lacks logic

Just in case you were in any doubt, the once excellent Daily Telegraph, who could be relied upon for sensible comment about the issue...

Holly Hamilton-Bleakley: Hillary plays the gender card – and it bombs

I’ll lay my cards on the table. I’m a conservative woman, and I want to see a woman elected as President of the United...

Reader’s Comment of the Day: The next Tory leader will be a Brexiteer

In response to Cerberus: The public has seen through Dave’s flimsy Europe deal, Andy wrote: If you want to lead the Tory Party you would be...

Kathy Gyngell: Deal or No Deal? The European Parliament is the final arbiter

Yesterday our Prime Minister avoided the Scylla of Nigel Farage's political block at the EU Parliament only to lurch into the Charybdis of the...