Here are some of the posts made at Spectator.co.uk over the past week.
Fraser Nelson debates the politics of growth.
David Blackburn argues that only the catharsis of a general election can end the expenses saga, and says that the formation of Labour Future suggest the party is destined for post-election internecine confrontation.
Daniel Korski thinks that our allies need to prepare anti-insurgency capabilities.
Lloyd Evans witnesses a very sombre PMQs.
Mark Bathgate deconstructs David Blanchflower.
Martin Bright asks what we should do about Carter-Ruck.
Rod Liddle urges us all not to get in hissy fit over the BNP.
Alex Massie ponders the contradiction in a leader who says he will decentralise by centralising.
Melanie Phillips castigates the Tories’ response to the BNP.
And Cappuccino Culture celebrates 30 years of the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.