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At 06:08 John Redwood's Diary wrote:
Manchester grew prosperous on the cotton industry. At its peak there were 108 cotton mills in the city, and fortunes to be made in designing, spinning, weaving, garment making, selling and financing. Sheffield has long been famous for its cutlery. It...
At 17:37 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
The migrant crisis raises the largest questions about our basic public creed, our ideology, and secular humanism. Normally we pay little attention to this creed. Yes, yes, we affirm the ideal… Continue reading The post The migrant crisis ...
At 16:04 Guido Fawkes wrote:
Thousands of people using Freeserve email addresses have been left unable to use their accounts because EE forgot to renew the fsnet.co.uk domain. Freeserve was a popular Internet Service Provider throughout the 1990s, it merged with into the Wan...
At 16:00 Guido Fawkes wrote:
Our ever popular parade of environmentally-friendly politicians continues today with the lovely Larissa Waters, a Green Party Senator from Queensland Australia. Entrusted with the federal party portfolios of environment and biodiversity, and reso...
At 15:32 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
Parliament returns from recess on Monday – and so do the Spectator’s free politics emails. The Lunchtime Espresso and the Evening Blend round up all the day’s political developments so… Continue reading The post Stay briefed with...
At 15:05 Guido Fawkes wrote:
One thing we have all been missing in the debate about refugees is the view of former Labour MP Austin Mitchell: If a former UKIP candidate had said that… Tagged: Labour Party, Loony Left […]...
At 15:05 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
Nigel Farage held another event in Westminster this morning to announce the dates of his ‘Say No – Believe in Britain’ tour, through which he hopes to drum up support for… Continue reading The post Nigel Farage: I’d love to share ...
At 14:33 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
Until recently, the Tory leadership has been reluctant to plan how they would respond to a Corbyn-led Labour party. They just couldn’t believe that Labour were actually going to elect… Continue reading The post Corbyn and the austerity a...
At 14:23 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
I break off the family holiday to campaign for my colleague Liz Kendall in the Labour leadership election. In Ipswich and Colchester, I found party members not so smitten by… Continue reading The post Welcome to the era of emoji politics, ...
At 13:16 Guido Fawkes wrote:
Entries in the comments please… Tagged: Caption Contest […]...
At 12:56 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
The migration crisis is about more than Syria. A few weeks ago, Theresa May repeated one of the biggest mistakes in politics: thinking that third-world development will somehow mean fewer migrants.… Continue reading The post Increasing we...
At 12:56 Spectator Coffee House wrote:
The migration crisis is about more than Syria. A few weeks ago, Theresa May repeated one of the biggest mistakes in politics: thinking that third-world development will somehow mean fewer migrants.… Continue reading The post The Great Mig...
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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...