The Spectator

The week that was | 22 April 2011

Here are some of the posts that were published on Spectator over the past week:

Fraser Nelson makes an appeal for Easter reading suggestions.

James Forsyth reveals that Ed Miliband will hire tails for the Royal Wedding, and says that there are more attacks on Clegg to come.

Peter Hoskin watches the NHS furore rumble on, and notices Nick Clegg reaffirming the coalition’s wedding vows.

Peter Hoskin and Jonathan Jones compare Osborne’s and Obama’s cuts.

David Blackburn
says that tuition fees are set to spoil the government’s summer, and reports on the latest EU budget row.

Daniel Korski argues that the Libya intervention needs to be stepped up.

Rod Liddle reports on a late conversion.

Alex Massie highlights the man who should be President.

And the Spectator Arts Blog looks at Scorsese’s Taxi Driver, 35 years on.

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