The Spectator

Just in case you missed them… | 23 May 2011

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

Fraser Nelson has some thoughts on Cameron’s Cabinet of the undead, and some more thoughts on Cameron’s Cabinet of the undead.

James Forsyth considers how Mitch Daniels’ decision not to stand will affect the race to the White House, and explains why the race will change America’s foreign policy.

Peter Hoskin says that Miliband’s national plan lacks purpose, and reports on Vince Cable’s latest warnings and provocations.

David Blackburn examines the press’s previews of President Obama’s visit.

Jonathan Jones analyses how ‘the rapture’ might affect voting.

Daniel Korski defends Cathy Ashton.

And Martin Bright says that journalism’s talent pool is too shallow.

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