...here are some of the posts made at Spectator.co.uk over the weekend.
Fraser Nelson illuminates who is affected by Brown’s double hit.
James Forsyth asks why the Pakistani Taliban are being given another opening and argues that Brown remains divorced from voters.
Peter Hoskin thinks that No.10 will welcome Alan Johnson’s backing and says that Westminster will have to start thinking about expenses again.
David Blackburn debates the rumour that David Davis is planning to return to frontline politics and sees the Italian Right preparing for life without Berlusconi.
Martin Bright thinks that the Conservative conference proves that the party is far from being unbeatable.
And Rod Liddle wonders when Rod Liddle will win the Nobel Peace Prize.