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The week that was | 24 June 2011

Here are some of the posts made at over the last week.

Fraser Nelson dispels the myth of cuts.

James Forsyth explains when U-turns matter, and watches Mark Hoban wobble in the House of Commons.

Peter Hoskin witnesses Cameron muscle Ken Clarke from the stage, and listens to Michael Gove re-affirm his faith in free schools.

David Blackburn says that the World Service’s reprieve is a reaction to foreign policy failures.

Jonathan Jones reveals that public opinion on international development is not where David Cameron would like it to be.

The Taxpayers’ Alliance and the proponents of high-speed rail do battle.  

Daniel Korski notes that some countries still want to join the euro.

Alex Massie ponders a bill that shames Scotland.

And Rod Liddle reports on a bad day for hair.

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