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At 19:39 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
The Home Office has today published a bill banning a number of ‘legal highs’ such as laughing gas, poppers, and so on. There is a big debate about whether this… Continue reading The post Legal high ban could cause row with gay voters a...
At 17:21 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
On election night, between the exit poll suggesting the Conservatives would be back in a coalition government and the slow realisation that they were heading for a majority, Defence Secretary… Continue reading The post Why the Tories will ...
At 17:02 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
This week’s New Statesman, guest-edited by Neil Gaiman and Amanda Palmer, is titled ‘Saying the unsayable’. It promises to ‘address the ideas of censorship, taboos, offence and free speech’. The magazine has Stephen&#...
At 16:58 Guido Fawkes wrote:
Mere weeks after running an election campaign on “hated” benefit cuts, Labour are falling over themselves trying to out-tough eachother on welfare. Andy Burnham continues his rebranding as a centrist by saying people on benefits shoul...
At 16:57 Guido Fawkes wrote:
A United Nations report has resolutely backed the right for people to use encrypted communications program such as sexting apps WhatsApp and Snapchat. The report published yesterday warns governments against forcing software companies to install ...
At 16:13 Guido Fawkes wrote:
Our series of saucy environment ministers continues with a two in one special from Denmark. On the left is current Minister for the Environment Kirsten Brosbøl. The lady gazing lovingly into her eyes on the right is her predecessor Ida […...
At 16:04 Guido Fawkes wrote:
So, farewell then Alan Rusbridger, stepping down today after 20 years as editor of the Guardian. Since Rusbridger took the helm in 1995, Guardian Media Group has declared operating costs of £4,495,292,000 for their national newspaper subsidiary. A...
At 16:00 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
It is probably safe to say that the negotiations with Iran aren’t going very well. As the 30 June deadline for a final agreement looms America’s top negotiator Wendy Sherman has… Continue reading The post Military inspections must be ...
At 15:43 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
Of all the talks he will have with European leaders about his plans to renegotiate Britain’s relationship with Europe, David Cameron was always likely to enjoy his meeting with Angela… Continue reading The post David Cameron’s contradi...
At 14:54 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
‘The art of politics is not to lie,’ claimed Alex Salmond on last night’s This Week. “The art of politics is not to lie” @AlexSalmond tells @afneil about Carmichael comments… Continue reading The post Alex Sal...
At 14:26 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
After Nigel Farage resigned as the leader of Ukip following his South Thanet defeat, he appointed Suzanne Evans as the party’s temporary leader. However, this appointment turned out to be… Continue reading The post Coffee Shots: Suza...
At 14:09 Guido Fawkes wrote:
Sad face. Tagged: Labour Party, Twitter […]...
Featured Blog: Thoughts From North Durham - David Skelton's Blog

ThumbnailBorn and bred in North Durham, I am the Conservative Parliamentary candidate for North Durham at the next election. I'm passionate about the region and about North Durham. I love the glorious past of the region - I'm very much of coal mining and steel working stock and want to give the area a golden future to match its illustrious past.