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At 14:29 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
Journalism usually focuses on what’s going wrong, not what’s going right. As a result, newspapers can give an unduly negative view of the world. I try to remedy this in… Continue readingThe post Why 2015 might well be mankind’s h...
At 12:06 Guido Fawkes wrote:
Last week Ebenezer Grayling threatened to pull out of a charity carol singing event because the local UKIP candidate had been booked to play the organ. Despite at first demanding to know how his emails were leaked to this blog, Guido is pleased to ...
At 10:00 Iain Dale wrote:
This is the seventh in a series of blogposts (scroll down for the others) which will seek to predict the outcome of every seat in the run-up to the next general election. The notion of a universal swing in May 2015 can be totally discounted. Each sea...
At 09:30 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
From The Spectator, 26 December 1914: We notice in criticisms of Sir James Barrie’s new play Der Tag, that the author represents the German Emperor as hesitating till the last… Continue readingThe post The Spectator at war: Consent a...
At 06:14 John Redwood's Diary wrote:
In a rare moment of frankness, Permanent Secretary Dame Lucy was heard setting out some of her innermost thoughts about the current political situation to a colleague as we run up to the election. As a senior civil servant she is pondering how to pre...
At 16:29 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
Division and reconciliation were the themes of the Queen’s Christmas Message  this year (full text below). She started mentioning the Josefina de Vasconcellos‘s 1977 statue Reconciliation, which is now in Coventry Cathedral. She…...
At 14:40 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
Dear Brothers and Sisters: Happy Christmas! Jesus, the Son of God, the Savior of the world, is born for us, born in Bethlehem of a Virgin, fulfilling the ancient prophecies.… Continue readingThe post “The shadow of contemporary Herod...
At 10:12 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
Channel 4 has The Snowman, the BBC has the Queen’s Message (as, of course, so we all). And we at Coffee House have another tradition: publishing the above video released… Continue readingThe post WATCH: Christmas 1940 – Britain und...
At 09:30 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
From The Spectator, 26 December 1914: WE are not going to write a Christmas article on palm boughs and olive branches and the Angel of Peace. Not only is there… Continue readingThe post The Spectator at war: The vantage point of peace appe...
At 00:17 Iain Dale wrote:
As a child I used to love Christmas. Like all families we had our Christmas rituals. We woke up to find stockings at the end of our beds, filled with things that nowadays children would no doubt turn their noses up at. A Mars Bar, an orange, a pencil...
At 18:18 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
Greetings from the Isle of Jura whence the sixth (!) edition of this blogs’ annual Christmas Quiz comes to you wherever you may be cloistered this festive season. As always you… Continue readingThe post Christmas Quiz 2014 appeared ...
At 18:00 Guido Fawkes wrote:
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BOM On Hold
5th Jan at 9:38am
Hold on... it's time for some fresh thinkingAs we enter 2011, BOM will be taking a break. Partly it's a simple matte...

A Christmas Riddle
18th Dec at 1:29pm
BOM is closing down for Christmas. But before we go let's leave you with a riddle to ponder over the mince pies. Tyler has been doin...

New Cake Slicer Required
16th Dec at 10:32pm
That doesn't look fair somehowWhen all else fails, look at the facts. Tyler has been spending so much time screaming at those free-loading...