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Coffee House Shots

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Instant political analysis from the Spectator's top team of writers, including Fraser Nelson, James Forsyth, Isabel Hardman, Katy Balls, Alex Massie and many others.

Customer Reviews

The best political insight available

Without doubt James Forsyth is the most plugged in and astute political correspondent in the UK. Always 1 or 2 steps ahead of any other publication.

Politics Podcasting

I quite like Coffee House Shots. However, the sheer amount of sycophancy that James Forsyth displays towards Boris Johnson is quite surprising considering he is a seasoned journalist. It is frankly quite bizarre. Of course, if Forsyth ever gets to be Johnson's Press Secretary then it will all make sense; sadly he seems to be using this podcast to apply for another job, it is almost embarrassing to listen to the obsequious behaviour. The rest of the podcast, particularly Isabel Hardman, is pretty good.

What stressful commute?

I look forward to my evening commute much more now thanks to CHS!

James, Fraser, Katy, Isabel - you make our increasingly complex political landscape much easier to get ones head around and actually make us feel involved.

Please can at least one, if not all, of you enter the political sphere to save us?!

Keep it going: CHS is quite simply: invaluable.