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The Lib Dem leader’s views on gay sex are shared by many – much to the establishment’s horror, says Rod Liddle
The Lib Dem leaders views on gay sex are shared by many

Tim Farron is a Christian, so of course he’s not allowed an opinion

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Chris Noble
Richard Stevens
Bryan Foster
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yesterday at 16:26. Facebook
The Ukip leader says he 'will be, obviously, leading the party into battle' on June 8th
The Ukip leader says he 'will be obviously leading the party into battle' on June 8th

Ukip leader Paul Nuttall confirms he will stand for Parliament | Coffee House

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John Bourke
Keith Wats
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yesterday at 15:33. Facebook
Sean Marshall
Pepe Guicho Salinas
Philip John
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yesterday at 14:50. Facebook
A man in his late twenties has been arrested on Whitehall today and is being detained under the terrorism act
A man in his late twenties has been arrested on Whitehall today

Man arrested in Whitehall on suspicion of terrorism offences | Coffee House

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yesterday at 14:20. Facebook
A little faith goes a long way for political leaders — chippy secularism is a minority taste
A little faith goes a long way for political leaders chippy secularism

Politicians should follow Tim Farron's example and do God: it's a vote winner

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yesterday at 11:36. Facebook
Jeremy Corbyn had a golden chance to set out Labour’s pitch to voters this morning. But with the TV cameras rolling, Corbyn blew his chance: by forgetting to turn and face the camera
Jeremy Corbyn had a golden chance to set out Labours pitch to

Watch: Jeremy Corbyn forgets to face the camera | Coffee House

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Karen Orosky
Pam Hulme Bowden
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yesterday at 10:58. Facebook
Jeremy Corbyn's critics in the Labour party are the true mugwumps, says David Butterfield
Jeremy Corbyn's critics in the Labour party are the true mugwumps says David Butterfield

Labour is full of mugwumps - but Corbyn is not one of them | Coffee House

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Pedro Barahona
James Proctor
Chianah Sinanan
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yesterday at 09:09. Facebook
The mugwump insult on Jeremy Corbyn is a crafty cover for Boris to repeat the Tories’ main line of attack during this election: that Britain would not be safe if the Labour leader gets the keys to Number 10
The mugwump insult on Jeremy Corbyn is a crafty cover for Boris

There's more to Boris' 'mugwump' insult than meets the eye | Coffee House

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Pete Pan
Kenneth Armitage
James Kerwin
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yesterday at 08:30. Facebook
For daring to criticise Jeremy Corbyn's leadership of Labour, J.K.Rowling was subjected to vicious abuse online. It showed not only why Labour will go down in a historic defeat, but also why its problems may not end afterwards, says Nick Cohen.
For daring to criticise Jeremy Corbyns leadership of Labour JKRowling was subjected

J. K. Rowling and the curse of the left

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Ben King
Nathaniel Johnston
David Watkins
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yesterday at 07:27. Facebook
Emmanuel Macron now looks certain to be president of France, but this young pretender is marching towards disaster.
Emmanuel Macron now looks certain to be president of France but this

What’s the matter with Europe’s new emperor?

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Caroline Kennedy
Sally-Ann Dowley
Kevin O'Connell
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04/26/2017 at 19:00. Facebook
If Tim Farron thinks the Tories are so nasty, why is a Liberal Democrat candidate suggesting people vote Conservative?
If Tim Farron thinks the Tories are so nasty why is a

Liberal Democrats' unlikely alliance | Coffee House

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Wayne Towers
Chris Pescatore
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04/26/2017 at 18:02. Facebook
If anyone doubts the gulf in societal attitudes between Britain and France, the relationship between Macron and his wife Brigitte Trogneux provides a rather good illustration
If anyone doubts the gulf in societal attitudes between Britain and France

Macron's marriage shows how different Britain and France really are | Coffee House

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Josh Talbot
Martin Ryan
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04/26/2017 at 17:20. Facebook
Are the Tories getting complacent? Fraser Nelson asks James Forsyth and Katy Balls on today's episode of Coffee House Shots. Listen:
Are the Tories getting complacent Fraser Nelson asks James Forsyth and Katy

Are the Tories getting complacent?

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Caroline Scott
James Proctor
Stanley Joseph Allison
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04/26/2017 at 16:20. Facebook
By taking Ivanka seriously, and treating her like a grown-up, the German Chancellor not only built bridges with the Trump Administration – she also outflanked her domestic opponents, says William Cook
By taking Ivanka seriously and treating her like a grownup the German

Taking Ivanka Trump seriously is a masterstroke by Angela Merkel | Coffee House

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Adam Townsend
Stanley Joseph Allison
Matt James
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04/26/2017 at 15:35. Facebook
Scots who want to defend the United Kingdom now have the option of voting tactically to increase their chances of sending the Nationalists home to think again. Here is the Spectator's complete guide on how they should vote to save the union:
Scots who want to defend the United Kingdom now have the option

How to vote to save the union | Coffee House

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Allan Atkinson
Robert Brooks
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04/26/2017 at 15:14. Facebook
Students from Israel appear to be increasingly turning away from British universities. This is a sorry state of affairs, says Geoffrey Alderman
Students from Israel appear to be increasingly turning away from British universities

Jewish students are turning their backs on British universities. Who can blame them? | Coffee House

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Mike Robey
Philip Smith-Lawrence
Lin Perkins
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04/26/2017 at 14:17. Facebook
Tim Farron is right that we should not have to read about his views on homosexuality in the Lib Dem manifesto, says Charles Moore
Tim Farron is right that we should not have to read about

Tim Farron is the victim of a witch hunt | Coffee House

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Pedro Barahona
Martin Ryan
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04/26/2017 at 13:41. Facebook
London already lacks a lot of things that make city life worthwhile – affordable housing, decent cycle lanes – let’s not let it lose its civility either
London already lacks a lot of things that make city life worthwhile

Civil life in London is now balanced on a knife edge | Coffee House

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Jane Smith
Martin Baines
Alex Johnson
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04/26/2017 at 12:52. Facebook
Will the triple lock on pensions stay in place if the Tories win this election? It doesn't look likely, says James Forsyth
Will the triple lock on pensions stay in place if the Tories

Ditching the triple-lock pensions bung is a risk May can afford | Coffee House

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Michael Karl Beedle
Eliot Kerr