The Spectator

The week that was | 13 August 2010

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Here are some of the posts made at over the past week.

James Forsyth
argues that the government must resist the EU's latest attempt to raise tax, and says that IDS’ resignation would be a catastrophe.

Peter Hoskin welcomes the government’s transparent approach to worklessness, and introduces the questions surrounding Cameron’s benefit crackdown.

David Blackburn prepares to be nudged, and says that the Bank of England’s growth revisions needn’t worry Osborne.

Susan Hill is opposed to bull-fighting.

Rod Liddle hits out at the self-confessed ‘Bag Nazis’.

And Alex Massie remembers Jimmy Reid.