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At 18:49 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
For a politician to draw attention to his own deficiencies is a desperate attempt to curry favour with the electorate that has been tried before with dismal consequences. The most… Continue readingThe post Politicians’ presentation matte...
At 18:49 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
For a politician to draw attention to his own deficiencies is a desperate attempt to curry favour with the electorate that has been tried before with dismal consequences. The most… Continue readingThe post Why Ed Miliband’s public im...
At 18:46 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
Moeen Ali, the England cricketer, faces a possible reprimand after the International Cricket Council (ICC), the game’s governing body, censured him for wearing two wristbands, one saying ‘Save Gaza’, the other… Continue readingThe p...
At 17:20 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
Lloyds Banking Group is to pay fines of £218 million for fixing interest rates including Libor (the rate at which banks lend to one another) the Financial Conduct Authority and… Continue readingThe post The perverse consequences of punish...
At 16:19 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
If I were choosing a third parent for a baby, you know, I’d be inclined to choose one of the Williams sisters — the top-notch tennis players. If you want… Continue readingThe post The three parent technique is genetic modification. Wil...
At 15:40 Guido Fawkes wrote:
On Sunday Guido revealed that John Bercow is facing accusations of ‘cash for access’ over a curious donation from a businesswoman to whom he gave a parliamentary pass. For any other MP such an arrangement would provoke suggestions of i...
At 15:31 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
Derision met Labour when news emerged that more than half of its prospective parliamentary candidates are former special advisers, party workers, researchers, lobbyists or ex-MPs. Ed Miliband (PPE, Corpus Christi… Continue readingThe post ...
At 15:18 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
Because the Commonwealth Games are a thing and because newspapers need to fill their pages every day it is natural, even unavoidable, that they have in recent days been stuffed… Continue readingThe post Who cares if English commentators li...
At 15:08 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
Better capital makes us richer. That’s uncontroversial when it comes to fixed capital like machine tools and computers, but it’s also true of human capital. Better educated workers create more… Continue readingThe post The stat...
At 14:05 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
We are used to political parties trying to claim credit for any positive development that happened during their time in office. The Labour Party’s current stance on healthcare is the… Continue readingThe post People before Burnham’...
At 14:05 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
We are used to political parties trying to claim credit for any positive development that happened during their time in office. The Labour Party’s current stance on healthcare is the… Continue readingThe post Put people before Burnham...
At 14:00 Guido Fawkes wrote:
Sadiq Khan’s childhood friend Babar Ahmad has been sentenced to 12 ½ years in prison in the US for providing material support to the Taliban. Ahmad confessed to helping the Taliban and Chechen mujahideen by using websites to raise money and...
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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...