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Just in case you missed them… | 18 July 2011

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

James Forsyth
says that the phone hacking spotlight is turning onto the police, reacts to Sir Paul Stephenson’s resignation, and notes how much ammunition Stephenson has given Labour.

David Blackburn
watches European financial institutions attack the EU’s latest answer to the Eurozone crisis, considers Andrew Mitchell’s long-term goals in giving aid to Somalia, and points out that Ed Miliband’s new moral order is tough on the press but lax on the police.

Alex Massie
responds to the arrest of Rebekah Brooks.

The Arts Blog reviews the new biography of Ed Miliband.

And the Books Blog has collected a selection of off-beat literary links.

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