The Spectator

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

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Here are some of the posts made over the weekend on Spectator.co.uk:

Fraser Nelson says that Gordon Brown's global audience may ignore him.

James Forsyth outlines what Brown can get from his meeting with Barack Obama, and wonders how long this can go on for.

Peter Hoskin spots a failure of expectations management, and gives his take on reports that Brown has threatened to sack Harriet Harman.

Martin Bright revisits Gordon Brown's legacy.

Clive Davis reveals his concert of the week.

Alex Massie laments Harman's Law.

And Melanie Phillips observes the forked US tongue on 'Durban 2'.

And Americano highlights a speech by a precocious Republican.