The Spectator

Just in case you missed them... | 28 September 2009

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Comments are some of the posts made at over the weekend.

Fraser Nelson revisits the BNP conundrum, and profiles Labour’s choice to take on Nick Griffin.

James Forsyth examines Labour’s latest dividing line, and says the Tories are planning operation tumbleweed.

Peter Hoskin wonders if Alan Johnson’s feeling a little more confident, and catches Ed Balls trying to force the tax debate.

David Blackburn can’t imagine the Tories would ever work with Peter Mandelson.

Daniel Korski argues that Iran is operating ‘threshold power’.

Martin Bright observes the true extent of Labour’s financial collapse.

Clive Davis says learning foreign languages has become a case of us and them.

Rod Liddle wonders why the BBC keeps shooting itself in the foot.

And Alex Massie asks how far away from a McDonalds you can ever be.