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The Conservative Woman

The Conservative Woman is a British political website started in 2014 with a conservative outlook. It describes it's values as being "unashamedly those of faith, married family and nation-state".[1]

The Conservative Woman
Type of site
Available in English
Commercial No
Launched March 2014 (3 years ago) (2014-03)
Current status Active

The website deals with matters concerning British politics, especially if they are of a social, religious or cultural nature. To a lesser extent economic matters and foreign affairs are also discussed, as is American politics. Writers are usually highly critical of feminism, victimism and sentimentality.



The Conservative Woman was launched by co-editors Kathy Gyngell and Laura Perrins.

Kathy GyngellEdit

Kathy Gyngell is a Research Fellow of the Centre for Policy Studies.[2] A graduate of both Cambridge and Oxford universities, she writes frequently for the Daily Mail[3] and has written for The Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph, The Times, The Guardian,[4] and the Evening Standard. In 2006 she researched a report into drug addiction in Britain, published two critiques of the subject in 2009 and 2011, and is currently a trustee of drug-prevention charity 'Cannabis and Skunk Sense'.[5]

Laura PerrinsEdit

Laura Perrins is a barrister and journalist who has written for The Daily Telegraph,[6] the Daily Mail, ConservativeHome[7] and The Catholic Herald.[8] She maintains a passion for the criminal law and tutors in the subject at University College London. In February 2017, she appeared on the BBC Question Time programme, and in September 2017 on the BBC's Any Questions? programme.[9][10] She is also a patron at the campaign group 'Mothers At Home Matter'.[11]


Current Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union David Davis,[12] Conservative Party MP Tim Loughton, economist Ruth Lea, social commentator Jill Kirby and UK Independence Party Member of the European Parliament Gerard Batten are among a long list of commentators who have written for the website.

Various heads of political and social campaign groups have also written for the website, including:


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