The Spectator

Just in case you missed them... | 30 March 2009

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Fraser Nelson tracks Gordon Brown's Highway to Hell, and wonders whether Alistair Darling has slipped up over the Dunfermline Building Society.

James Forsyth
laments the absurd demands of the NUT, and says that governments can recover from rage but not ridicule.

Peter Hoskin reports on some pornographic expenses, and gives his take on David Cameron's tough love agenda.

Daniel Korski says that tragedy of Afghanistan is that the Taliban has a better coordinated political and military strategy than we do.

Martin Bright celebrates the wisdom of Clay Shirky.

And Clive Davis observes two kinds of stoicism.