The Spectator

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…here are some of the posts made at Spectator.co.uk over the New Year period.

Fraser Nelson asks David Cameron not to take voters for fools, and wishes everyone a boozy New Year.

James Forsyth reflects on the Detroit bomber’s radicalisation, and debates the tensions in the Cameron circle.

Peter Hoskin says that the Tories are struggling to find a line on tax, and believes that it’s not just bankers who will be hanged.

David Blackburn argues that Labour has made a terrible mistake in marginalising Mandy, and thinks that ministers should always be ultimately accountable.

Daniel Korski makes his predictions for 2010.

Susan Hill takes the attack to Harriet Harman.

Alex Massie busts the myth of Brown the battler.

And Melanie Phillips lauds the courage of the Iranian opposition, but hopes it remains well-focused.