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The week that was | 15 April 2011

Here is a selection of posts made at over the last week.

CoffeeHousers reveal their choice for Gordon Brown’s greatest mistake.

Fraser Nelson urges policy makers to blame the schools system, not Oxford.

James Forsyth says that Cameron needs to tread with care, and explains why the Vickers review won’t harm London’s global competitiveness.

Peter Hoskin says there is nothing new but plenty to ponder in Cameron’s immigration speech, and argues that the inflation figures are not all that they seem.

David Blackburn sees that two flagship coalition reforms clashing in Brent, and examines Europe’s growing immigration problem.

Rod Liddle remembers Sidney Lumet, and not unthinkingly.

Alex Massie ponders Hugh Grant’s journalistic career.

And Melanie Phillips has written an open letter to the Culture Secretary about the BBC’s coverage of the Middle East.

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