James Forsyth

Just in case you missed them... | 2 February 2009

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Matthew d’Ancona calls the next election for David Cameron.

Fraser Nelson says that Brown’s language about ‘British jobs for British workers’ has laid the ground for recession rage and Clive Davis is unimpressed by Peter Mandelson’s response to the strikers.

James Forsyth argues that it is time to stand up to those who wants to stop minorities joining the Met and celebrates Iraq’s provincial elections.

Melanie Phillips points out that the Iranians have reacted with contempt to Obama’s peace gambit.

Pete Hoskin wonders if Ed Balls might have Mandelson’s support.

Alex Massie denounces Jonathan Porritt’s call for people to have no more than two children.

Americano applauds the election of Michael Steele to head the Republican National Committee.



Written byJames Forsyth

James Forsyth is Political Editor of the Spectator. He is also a columnist in The Sun.

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