The Spectator

The week that was | 24 July 2009

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Here are some of the posts made on Spectator.co.uk over the past week:

Matthew d'Ancona characterises the dark ties of loyalty between Gordon Brown and Damian McBride.

James Forsyth says that the end is nigh for Labour after the Norwich North by-election, and discovers what the left thinks of the right.

Peter Hoskin remembers one of Thatcher’s greatest speeches, and examines the Tories' proposed bank regulations

David Blackburn argues that Andy Coulson is safe unless new evidence emerges.

Martin Bright wants the Enterprise Allowance Scheme revived.

Clive Davis witnesses a strange night at the opera.

And Melanie Phillips says that Britain is increasingly anti-Israeli