This morning I was made aware of a debate in the House of Commons held last Tuesday, 16 October, on the topic of ‘Sentencing Female Offenders’. My thanks to James Williams for making me aware of the matter. In the debate Rt Hon Philip Davies (C, Shipley) delivered an outstanding critique of the anti-male and pro-female discrimination endemic in the sentencing of convicted criminals. The transcript of the debate is 14 pages long, and well worth reading from beginning to end:
I honestly cannot recall a previous example of such a devastating critique of anti-male and pro-female discrimination being made by either an MP or a peer in my lifetime. I forwarded the transcript to four other people interested in this field, and their perspectives were identical to mine. I’m delighted to announce we’ve offered Mr Davies a Winston award, and he’s accepted it:
Could this prove to be the week that a long overdue backlash against the extreme left-wing scourge of militant feminism finally started in the Conservative party? We can only hope.