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Donald Trump's taste is as revealing as any of his outbursts, says Stephen Bayley.

Donald Trump's art collection reviewed

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Why should the shared values of the majority be dismissed as a mere veneer for capitalism? Why should we not be allowed to affirm our belief in human rights, equality before the law, religious liberty?

In defence of Britain's humanist values | Coffee House

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yesterday at 14:16. Facebook
Ben Fogle mourns the Land Rover, which ceased production this year, while Richard Hammond has his motorbike at full throttle.

Freewheeling round the world

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yesterday at 12:45. Facebook
Reading Clare Hollingworth’s biography reminds Janine di Giovanni of Ann Leslie’s tips for frontline reportage: dress well, shake your bangles at the soldiers and pretend to be an airhead.

How to make it as a female war correspondent

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With Labour having come fourth in yesterday's Sleaford by-election – has their inability to come up with a coherent post-Brexit EU strategy alienated voters in both In and Out camps?

Labour pushed into fourth place in Sleaford by-election | Coffee House

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yesterday at 10:51. Facebook
Lees-Milne was steeped so far in snobbery that he couldn’t bear the vulgarity of calling a garage a garage and so called his the ‘motor-house’. Either the absurdity of this makes you snort with laughter or it doesn’t.

We’re all snobs — however much we deny it

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yesterday at 09:44. Facebook
In the interests of justice, a true peace deal and amnesty would apply to all sides or none, says Douglas Murray.

Tony Blair's IRA amnesty should also apply to British soldiers | Coffee House

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yesterday at 08:58. Facebook
The Pope turns 80 this month. Is that an appropriate moment for him to retire?

The Pope's bizarre rant about eating faeces makes me wonder if he should retire | Coffee House

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yesterday at 08:15. Facebook
As more staff leave, and prisoners are locked up more, so drug demand goes up. As drug demand goes up, so too does the frequency of dangerous incidents. Who would willingly choose to work in that environment?

How to beat the prison drugs epidemic | Coffee House

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yesterday at 06:25. Facebook
The least tolerant people in the universe have turned their howling rage on Kate Bush for saying something vaguely Tory. They shouldn't have been surprised, says Rod Liddle.

It’s not just Kate Bush. Big parts of rock ’n’ roll are quietly right-wing

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12/08/2016 at 16:48. Facebook
Castro may have been a brutal dictator but he saved Havana from American depredations, says Alexander Chancellor.

Who will save Havana now Castro has gone?

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12/08/2016 at 14:32. Facebook
Snow blurs and defines, exhilarates and exhausts — and each snowflake is self-identical but different to every other. Marcus Sedgwick is fully alive to its chilling paradoxes.

The terrible beauty of snow

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12/08/2016 at 12:54. Facebook
The boy who would become Chancellor was a right-leaning, Telegraph-reading, teacher-challenging dance entrepreneur, writes Richard Madeley, reflecting on his school days with Philip Hammond.

Philip Hammond's school days

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12/08/2016 at 12:07. Facebook
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12/08/2016 at 11:29. Facebook
'I do foster my mice in the winter, to the point of creating feeding zones for them in the kitchen cupboards. Not that I mind rats, rural rats, that is. They’re handsome beasts, glossy and carefully groomed, with tiny pearl-pink paws.'

My garden is not ‘neglected’. It’s a wildlife habitat

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12/08/2016 at 09:42. Facebook
It does make you wonder why Theresa May didn’t simply ask parliament to pass an Article 50 resolution before the Gina Miller case made it to the High Court.

Commons votes in favour of invoking Article 50 by the end of March | Coffee House

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12/08/2016 at 08:15. Facebook
Andrew Marr's notebook: new hope on my stroke treatment, and what the royal family really think about The Crown.

What can Nigel Farage be planning to wreck in 2017?

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12/08/2016 at 08:11. Facebook
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Ken Clarke got more than he bargained for when the Remain-er sparred with Bill Cash in today's Brexit debate.

Bill Cash teaches Ken Clarke a lesson at Brexit debate | Coffee House

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