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Wake up and smell the £15 coffee

Welcome to Side View — a curated guide to new and overlooked content on politics, policy, and public affairs. This week: how they really make decaf coffee, Elizabeth Warren rides into the Tech Wars, and the invention of "prediabetes".

Scott Morrison furiously pouring milk, type unknown. (Lukas Coch/AAP)

A very serious investigation into Coalition coffee orders 

Scott Morrison is waging a war on the "almond latte set", but have they already infiltrated his ranks? We investigate the government-endorsed way to drink coffee.

The economics of the everyday: how consumers control the coffee market

As the costs of rent and food skyrocket, the little things like coffee and ice cream have mostly stayed the same. How long can that last?

Labor Senator Catryna Bilyk is very, very interested in coffee machines.

The weird and wonderful questions put to Senate estimates

Labor Senator Catryna Bilyk is very, very interested in coffee machines.

Lachlan and James make themselves heard. And other business tidbits of the day.

Business bites: plunging coffee … young Murdochs lofty …

Lachlan and James make themselves heard. And other business tidbits of the day.

What in the world is going on in Greece? Plus other business tidbits of the day.

Business bites: Greek bank run … China under the gun … breakfast fun …

What in the world is going on in Greece? Plus other business tidbits of the day.

Contrary to expectations, there has not been a dramatic shortage in the production of coffee, and predictions of $5 lattes were wildly exaggerated.

Calm down, you can still afford your morning latte

Contrary to expectations, there has not been a dramatic shortage in the production of coffee, and predictions of $5 lattes were wildly exaggerated.

England, Australia and England seem to be picking on other cricket-playing companies. Plus how long does it take to earn a beer?

Saville’s shout: colonial cricket … earning a beer … tasting notes …

England, Australia and England seem to be picking on other cricket-playing companies. Plus how long does it take to earn a beer?

So where are the tabloids' fine principles about not naming high-profile figures now? And other media gossip for the day.

Media briefs: Rolf Harris named … Magnay strings … Variety nixed …

So where are the tabloids' fine principles about not naming high-profile figures now? And other media gossip for the day.

Much to most coffee snobs surprise, flat white coffees are an Australian invention. But it seems the lil Aussie milk coffee that could has finally hit the Big Apple.

It’s Australian for coffee

Much to most coffee snobs surprise, flat white coffees are an Australian invention. But it seems the lil Aussie milk coffee that could has finally hit the Big Apple.