Monthly Archives: March 2012

An estimable Conservative: Marina Yannakoudakis MEP

It’s time to applaud a Conservative MEP for London, Marina Yannakoudakis. A fine British name. I thank my most prolific supporter for drawing to my attention a letter she wrote, printed in yesterday’s Times. It includes the following gem: Promoting inexperienced, risk … Continue reading

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More evidence of the problem with ‘improved’ gender diversity in the boardroom

Readers of this blog will be familiar with the University of Michigan study (the Ken Ahern / Amy Dittmar study) which demonstrated the negative impact of increased female representation on the boards of Norwegian companies after 2004. Supporters of ‘improved’ gender diversity in … Continue reading

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We need to talk about The Rt Hon Matthew Hancock MP

Leftie Toadies are bad enough, but Rightie Toadies? They’re beneath contempt, traitors to both their gender and their politics. In response to my last post about Lord Davies of Abersoch, a supporter has emailed me concerning a 33-year-old Conservative MP, Matthew Hancock, one of the … Continue reading

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The problem with Lord Davies of Abersoch

Among the most lamentable decisions made by David Cameron – ‘Dave the Feminist’ – in the context of gender politics was his appointment of a Labour peer, Lord Davies of Abersoch, to report on ‘gender balance in the boardroom’. Hmm, a … Continue reading

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Sex discrimination

There are so many fields in which women receive special treatment that it’s easy not to notice some of the minor ones. We used to hear feminists whining with monotonous regularity about men-only clubs, but we hear less on the topic these days. … Continue reading

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Kenneth Clarke wins a ‘Toady’ award

120327 Kenneth Clarke’s Toady award certificate The Anti-Feminism League presents The Rt Hon Kenneth Clarke QC MP with a Toady Award. Clarke is Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice, and is seeking to interfere with the independence of the judiciary to make appointments … Continue reading

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The Editor of the Radio Times wins a ‘Toady’

120325 Toady award certificate for Ben Preston, Editor of the ‘Radio Times’ I’ve just sent the following ‘open email’ to Ben Preston, the Editor of the Radio Times. Mr Preston, good afternoon. I should like to recommend – not for the … Continue reading

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