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At 19:13 Guido Fawkes wrote:
The Chief Whip was in punchy form with a bad-tempered Eddie Mair on PM: EM: “Will you resign as Chief Whip is there’s another defection before the general election?” MG: “Well, I’m convinced that nobody will, so the mat...
At 18:18 Guido Fawkes wrote:
“I’ve got a United Nations heart bypass… and it was done by a Syrian cardiologist, a Malaysian surgeon, a Dutch doctor, a Nigerian registrar, and these two people here [Reckless and Carswell] talk about sending them back from whence th...
At 17:01 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
How did Ukip steal their second seat from the Tories with a candidate as uninspiring as Mark Reckless? Now that he has begun work in the Commons alongside Douglas Carswell, here’s… Continue readingThe post One night in Rochester: ho...
At 16:21 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
The fallout from Emily Thornberry’s ‘snobbish’ photo of a flag-furnished house in Rochester looks like it still has plenty of gas – the house’s owner, Dan Ware, has travelled to… Continue readingThe post Ed Miliband reveals he &#...
At 16:20 Guido Fawkes wrote:
Sky: “What goes through your mind when you see a white van outside a house?” EM: “What goes through my mind is respect.” Guido could watch this all day… Tagged: Labour, Miliband, Spin...
At 16:02 Guido Fawkes wrote:
The wheels of a Parliament grind slow but they grind fine. Andrew Lansley’s evidence to the Governance committee this week is very damaging to John Bercow’s prospects. The committee was set up to look at the Speaker’s (disastrous) h...
At 15:17 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
Thanks to Fleming’s discovery of penicillin in 1928, antibiotics put an end to a world where people died from the most innocuous infection. But they’re no longer the panacea they… Continue readingThe post Seven good reasons why you sho...
At 15:02 Iain Dale wrote:
I’ve lost count of the number of people who have come up to me in the last couple of weeks and in whispered tones asked if I think there will be 46 MPs writing to Graham Brady after the Rochester & Strood by-election. I look at them as if they ...
At 14:50 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
Walk round the Commons today and it is striking that Tory MPs are in relatively good spirits while Labour ones looks distinctly more downcast. At first this seems odd, after… Continue readingThe post Thanks to Emily Thornberry’s resi...
At 14:49 Guido Fawkes wrote:
“I would be deeply angry if someone came down my road and took a picture of my house and put it on the internet,” Miliband aide Lucy Powell told Andrew Neil on the Daily Politics. “Deeply angry…” Tagged: Labour, Spin...
At 14:38 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
On zero sleep and only seven hours after being re-elected, Mark Reckless was back in the Commons and sitting on the opposition benches. Rushing back to take part in a… Continue readingThe post Reckless gets a cross party welcome appeared f...
At 14:05 Guido Fawkes wrote:
Video over at The Sun. Perhaps she should stay in one of her many other homes tonight… Pic from Mail. UPDATE: Understand White Van Dan is now outside Ed Miliband's house… — Guido Fawkes (@GuidoFawkes) November 21, 2014 Tagged: L...
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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, ...