The Spectator

Just in case you missed them... | 7 September 2009

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James Forsyth highlights a devastating assessment, and reports that Unite isn't united in its support for Labour.

Peter Hoskin wonders whether Alistair Darling will have the spending gauntlet thrown back in his face, and gives his take on the news that Nick Griffin has been invited on to the BBC's Question Time.

David Blackburn claims that Jack Straw is contradicting himself over al-Megrahi, and says that Gaddafi is the magnet which sent the government's moral compass awry.

Clive Davis
reveals Boris's advice.

Alex Massie says that Scotland just faces deferred disappointment.

And Cappuccino Culture reveals how you can have an arthouse cinema in your living room.