The Spectator

Just in case you missed them… | 15 February 2010

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

Fraser Nelson sees Cameron stepping up his game, and praises Tim Montgomerie’s broad church.

James Forsyth watches the Cabinet split once again, and reports that Labour may be considering a 10% death tax.

Peter Hoskin says the Tories are taking the fight to Labour over social justice, and thinks there might have been a ceasefire in the VAT war.

David Blackburn believes that the Ashcroft row will roll on and on.

Martin Bright catches a glimpse of the future of political debate.

Susan Hill will be positively abstaining.

Melanie Phillips ponders the fall out from the Amnesty International row.

And Cappuccino Culture judges Arthur Koestler.