Here are some of the posts made at Spectator.co.uk over the past week.
Fraser Nelson introduces the new look Spectator.
James Forsyth asks who is behind Nick Boles’ proposed Tory-Liberal pact, and wonders if the polls are telling the story of the Labour leadership.
Peter Hoskin says that Nick Clegg is getting forceful on welfare reform, and
reports on Osborne and Cooper’s knock about.
David Blackburn opposes the government’s EU policy, and argues that
a Whitehall cabal has hijacked the spending review.
Hon Ruth Richardson explains how she re-balanced New Zealand’s
Susan Hill ponders age.
Rod Liddle stokes the moronic inferno.
Alex Massie reflects on the Labour leadership.
And Melanie Phillips is appalled at the rewriting of the history of
the Middle East.