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TCW Week in Review

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Six of the best

Kathy Gyngell: We cannot live in a nation of foreigners

Laura Perrins: Betrayed by my telegenic historian, I trust experts no more

Jane Kelly: Our feeble liberalism fuels the growth of the underclass

Cerberus: The May regime should lighten up and open its doors to ideas

Karen Harradine: Labour’s anti-Semitic virus is now beyond cure

‘Rebel Priest’ Rev Jules Gomes: Tolerance of Islamic intolerance is the Home Office’s cardinal doctrine

Reader’s Comment of the Week

In response to Kathy Gyngell: We cannot live in a nation of foreigners, Arnie wrote:

“I am an EU national resident in the UK. And everything you state above makes logical sense. Choosing to stay means accepting and adopting the British way of life and contributing fairly to the betterment of the community.”

TCW Hero of the Week

Bavarian minister Markus Söder has spoken out on the issue of German women being “increasingly afraid of sexual assaults” by migrants. His call follows the murder of a 19 year-old woman, whose suspected murderer is a 17 year-old Afghan migrant. Söder said that “last year we lost control over our borders. Now we are beginning to lose control of streets and squares” – if only more German politicians were brave enough to speak up and address this politically inconvenient issue.

TCW Villains of the Week

Unions Aslef and the RMT have caused misery for hundreds of thousands of commuters this week, including no doubt many of our readers. People have had to quit their jobs and neglect seeing their children just because their commute has been thrown into chaos – all whilst the union bosses let their hair down at Christmas parties with Jeremy Corbyn. Their striking is the Left at its very worst – pious, selfish and with no regard for ordinary people who just want to get on and work.

Looniest Lefty of the Week

Oxford students are told to speak gender neutral

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