Here are some of the posts made over the weekend:
Matthew d’Ancona reflects on how the Carole Capln story could so easily have been about Tony not Cherie.
Boris Johnson should urge his supporters to give their second preferences to Brian Paddick argues James Forsyth.
A new poll of battleground seats has the Tories on course for a comfortable majority reports Fraser Nelson.
And on The Spectator’s 180th anniversary blog, Pete Hoskin fishes an article by Siôn Simon, now a Labour MP, out of the archive which calls on Tony Blair to sack Gordon Brown.