The Spectator

Just in case you missed them… | 1 February 2010

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…here are some of the posts made at Spectator.co.uk over the weekend.

Fraser Nelson argues that Blair’s ultimate legacy is that Britain will be shaped by the world, and asks what to do with IDS?

James Forsyth says that Andrew Rawnsley’s book will cause Brown no end of trouble, and says that the Tories are making contingency plans for a second election in 2010.

David Blackburn thinks that the Tories could do more to sell their economic policies, and watches aghast as Ed Miliband declares war on reason.

Martin Bright asks if Tony Blair may be Labour’s next Prime Minister.

Susan Hill on her battles with ME.

And Alex Massie ponders Blair vs Chilcot vs his critics.