The Spectator

Just in case you missed them... | 9 December 2009

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It's been a busy day on Coffee House.  Here's a selection of our PBR coverage, in case you missed them the first time around:

Fraser Nelson dissects Alistair Darling's growth forecasts, and reveals the spending cuts hidden in the PBR.

James Forsyth wonders whether Labour have u-turned on defence spending, and says the Tories should attack the national insurance increase.

Peter Hoskin highlights one thing to remember today, and says the PBR was bad for the country and bad for Labour.

Mark Bathgate asks: who much more will Darling need to borrow?

Neil O'Brien unveils a whole batch of Brownies.

Andrew Haldenby
reveals what to do if you can't tax or borrow your way out of trouble.