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At 08:53 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
Nigel Farage briefly grabbed the moral high ground on the Calais migrant crisis this morning. He told the Today programme, rather loftily, that he wouldn’t use the word ‘swarm’ as David… Continue reading The post Nigel Farage: I wou...
At 08:30 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
From ‘The Problem of Public Assistance’, The Spectator, 31 July 1915: In one respect big reforms are actually easier in times of national emergency than in times of peace, for… Continue reading The post The Spectator at war: Time f...
At 06:07 John Redwood's Diary wrote:
If you look at the EU figures for incomes and output per head the dominance of a few large cities comes across from the statistics. in the 2013 figures Inner London is by far the richest region within the EU. It records an average income per head of ...
At 16:47 Guido Fawkes wrote:
End of an error, more like… Tagged: Drunk, Freedom to Party, Media Guido, Sleaze, Spin […]...
At 16:22 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
After May’s general election, both Labour and the Lib Dems needed a new leader, but the contrast between their leadership elections could not be starker. Labour is in the midst… Continue reading The post While Labour panics, the Lib Dems...
At 16:01 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
John McTernan is a Blairite who is not afraid to speak his mind. On this week’s View from 22 podcast, the former Labour special advisor discusses the state of Labour’s… Continue reading The post John McTernan on Labour leader: ‘who c...
At 16:01 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
John McTernan is a Blairite who is not afraid to speak his mind. On this week’s View from 22 podcast, the former Labour special advisor discusses the state of Labour’s… Continue reading The post John McTernan: if Corbyn wins the Labour...
At 15:57 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
The momentum just keeps building behind Jeremy Corbyn’s campaign for Labour leader. This afternoon, Unison has announced it is backing the veteran socialist’s candidacy, with General Secretary Dave Prentis saying:… Continue reading The...
At 15:52 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
Although Ukip is said to have a ‘women problem’ thanks to low ratings from females in comparison to other parties, their leader does at least seem keen to reach out to… Continue reading The post Coffee Shots: Nigel Farage caug...
At 15:47 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
Poor Walter Palmer – I bet he wished he’d stayed home in Minneapolis and left Cecil the Lion alone, because now he’s officially the Worst Person on Earth and there… Continue reading The post In our global village, we have recreated t...
At 14:59 Guido Fawkes wrote:
Union heavies GMB are taking legal action against the increasingly popular private driver app Uber, because it doesn’t cap how much money their drivers can earn. They want Uber to force their drivers to take breaks, introduce a maximum number ...
At 14:19 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
While Aggers, Blowers, Tuffers and the Test Match Special team entertain us from Edgbaston this week, a different sort of cricket commentary is being broadcast live from a sports bar in north London. Guerilla Cricket, son of the alternat...
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Riots and Ruins
14th Aug at 3:13pm
Photo::Beacon Radio.Originally published on ConservativeHome, Aug 14, 2011  There’s something that I find truly beautiful about ruins; I hate t...

For Europe, it’s the final countdown
8th Aug at 3:08pm
Photo: ToniVC. Originally published on ConservativeHome, August 8, 2011 The TV series Arrested Development didn’t get many viewers in the UK; co...

Why the death penalty is wrong
31st Jul at 3:30pm
Photo: Citizensheep. Originally published on ConservativeHome, Jul 31, 2011  Generally I’m a fan of direct democracy: trust the people, I say, ...