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At 17:49 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
This time tomorrow, we’ll have had the first projections from the Greek referendum. We will have an idea as to whether the country has said Oxi or Nai. At the… Continue reading The post Which way will Greece vote? appeared first on Spect...
At 11:11 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
Aside from reports about terrorism, war and the Vatican cosying up to Naomi Klein, few news stories this year have upset me as much as the ones about TV Land cancelling… Continue reading The post Isis aren’t the only ones guilty of ...
At 09:30 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
To mark the beginning of Wimbledon, competitors were invited to take as their first line ‘There’s a breathless hush on the centre court’ and continue for up to 15 lines… Continue reading The post Spectator competition: Anyone for ten...
At 08:30 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
If Greece does vote Yes, and Mr Tsipras has to go, who is left to run the country? The voters have tried all the main parties, only to find them broken… Continue reading The post Does the EU want the Greeks to vote for Golden Dawn? appear...
At 08:30 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
From ‘News of the Week’, The Spectator, 3 July 1915: During the week the Russians have been falling back in Poland and Galicia, and the Germans have been thrusting forward.… Continue reading The post The Spectator at war: Russian retre...
At 06:09 John Redwood's Diary wrote:
The IMF has apparently come to two conclusions on Greece which the rest of the Euro area does not wish to admit. First, Greece will not be able to pay back all that she owes. Second, she needs another Euro 50 billion. Why then did the IMF lend Greece...
At 19:15 Iain Dale wrote:
When I first came to Westminster in the mid 1980s there was a restaurant in Marsham Street called ‘Lockets’. As a lowly researcher, it was always a treat to be taken there. At some point it was sold to Michael Caine and it became Shepherds. It t...
At 19:13 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
“They are just as you hope they’d be,” said my colleague Damian Thompson midway through our readers’ tea party today. I knew what he meant: we were actually getting to… Continue reading The post In pictures: The Spectator’s r...
At 16:51 Guido Fawkes wrote:
Tories 12% ahead and UKIP still holding on to third place. If anyone believes polls any more… Tagged: Polls […]...
At 16:20 Guido Fawkes wrote:
Seasoned parliamentary staffers will know that IT on the estate is grinding to a halt, with most bag carriers having to work on five year old computers. Techno hears that researchers are spending several hours on the phone to the […]...
At 14:55 Guido Fawkes wrote:
Jeremy Hunt’s proposal to label NHS medicine with “paid for by the UK taxpayer” received a surprisingly warm reception from the Question Time audience last night, but Hunt had his thunder stolen by an audience suggestion: Make MPs...
At 13:51 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
Last night Brian May claimed that foxes are not vermin when he appeared on This Week to criticise government plans to repeal the ban on fox-hunting. The Queen guitarist claimed… Continue reading The post Laurence Fox: I don’t like fo...
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ThumbnailCurrent events from a British domestic perspective by an escapee from Room 101 ... and with a focus on things which touch on the 'gay' community of which I am part.

Now if only the English and Scottish FAs followed suit ...
2nd Nov at 5:33pm
- a television advert by the Dutch FA lamenting the lack of 'out' gay footballers....

Bigot of the Year 2012 - Cardinal Keith O'Brien
2nd Nov at 3:19pm
Stonewall have named Roman Catholic Cardinal Keith O'Brien, head of the Roman Catholic Church in Scotland, as their 'Bigot of the Year' for 2012, in p...

Back to reality with a bump - and a cough - it's almost winter!
28th Oct at 10:10pm
I arrived back home in Scotland for the winter a few days ago, having left behind slightly deteriorating weather in Spain, typical of this time of yea...