The Spectator

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

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Comments are some of the posts made on over the weekend:

Fraser Nelson reveals why so many people in this country are on welfare.

James Forsyth reports in the Labour party and the politics of immigration, and observes that Gordon Brown thinks he has nothing to apologise for

Peter Hoskin wonders whether the Lib Dems are spurning Tory advances, and makes the case for common sense over computers.

Martin Bright gives his take on the complex personality of Peter Hain.

Clive Davis cites one reason to move out of Buenos Aires.

Alex Massie looks into the future and its countercyclical assets.

Melanie Phillips gives her take on the terrorist attack at Massereene Barracks.

And Americano reports on Barack Obama's admission that the US is not winning in Afghanistan.