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Just in case you missed them… | 9 May 2011

…here are some of the posts made on Spectator.co.uk over the weekend:

Fraser Nelson
rails against the Tories’ intellectual dishonesty over the NHS.

James Forsyth explains why Nick Clegg will get his way on NHS reform, and lists the winners and losers from last week’s elections.

Peter Hoskin reports on Chris Huhne’s latest difficulties, and wonders which Lib Dem will be rudest about the Tories.

Jonathan Jones highlights a promising underdog in the race for the Republican nomination.

David Blackburn reports on the latest political convulsions in Northern Ireland.

Hamish Macdonell watches Alex Salmond see out his rivals.

Martin Bright says that Vince Cable is the saddest politician in England.

Nick Cohen says that the Tories were greedy — far too greedy — during the AV campaign.

Rod Liddle contemplates Winnie-the-Pooh’s gender confusion.

And the Spectator Arts Blog goes thrill-seeking.

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