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Just in case you missed them… | 18 April 2011

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

Fraser Nelson urges you to have a look at this week’s Spectator, and says that the Bank of England needs to listen to Andrew Sentence.

James Forsyth wonders of the coalition will declare war on the enemies of enterprise, and explains Vince Cable’s objections to coalition immigration policy.

David Blackburn analyses David Cameron’s Sunday interview, and says that the AV campaign has descended into cheap slogans and insults.

Martin Bright asks if the far right operate as lone wolves.

Nick Cohen doesn’t understand Tories.

And Alex Massie examines Muckle Eck’s Big Mo.

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