...here are some of the posts made on Spectator.co.uk over the weekend:
James Forsyth reports on Iran's secret nuclear plant, and says that a second round of voting won't solve all of Afghanistan's election problems.
Peter Hoskin says that there's still no room for complacency about the BNP, and claims that the Tories now have a monopoly on the language of optimism.
David Blackburn reports on the latest news about Tony Blair and the EU Presidency, and analyses a poll on Afghanistan.
Daniel Korski wonders whether Richard Holbrooke is on his way out.
Martin Bright looks into secrecy.
Susan Hill reveals the other face of hunting.
And Alex Massie talks about immigration.