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Just in case you missed them… | 13 June 2011

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

Fraser Nelson says that Labour is working towards a decade in Opposition.

James Forsyth believes that David Miliband should join the shadow cabinet or quit British politics, and explains why education is becoming such a success story for the coalition.

Peter Hoskin provides a guide to the Ed Balls Files, and reviews Labour’s collection of blunt knives.

Jonathan Jones reports on the decline and fall of Newt Gingrich, and has news of a poll to worry Ed Miliband.

Daniel Korski evaluates Robert Gates’ valedictory, and ponders the end of Assad.

Martin Bright charts his latest quarrels with London Citizens.

And Rod Liddle trashes the New College of the Humanities.

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