The Spectator

The week that was | 20 August 2010

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Fraser Nelson has a Coffee House exclusive on Gordon Brown's public speaking career.

James Forsyth reveals what Leon Brittan's appointment tells use about the state of politics, and highlights Clegg's dilemma.

Peter Hoskin outlines this Parliament's key dividing line, and previews an important fortnight for Nick Clegg.

David Blackburn surveys the coalition's first hundred days, and watches George Osborne emerge from the shadows.

Susan Hill wonders whether to study from home or away.

Alex Massie says that Tories need a good Labour party.

And the Spectator Arts Blog marks the fifth anniversary of the Billy Elliot musical.