The Spectator

Just in case you missed them... | 19 October 2009

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Comments are some posts made on over the weekend:

Fraser Nelson says that the horror story of the BNP's success is not over, and argues that current Tory health plans are backward-looking and reactionary.

James Forsyth reports on the end of a convenient fiction, and thinks the Tories have found the right way to repeal the hunting ban.

Peter Hoskin
thinks that Gordon Brown will struggle to sell himself as a reformer, and gives his take on the latest development in the expenses scandal.

David Blackburn
fears that Parliament may have to dance to a Scottish jig, and reports on the Vaclav Klaus's decision to ratify the Lisbon Treaty.

Rod Liddle celebrates 30 years of Viz.

And Alex Massie asks: how serious are the Tories about localism?