The Spectator

The week that was | 26 March 2010

Text settings
Comments

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

Fraser Nelson presents a defence of Alistair Darling, and is unimpressed by George Osborne’s response to the Budget.

James Forsyth says that Darling’s nothing Budget puts the ball in the Tories’ court, and laments another shaming day for Westminster.

Peter Hoskin argues that Darling’s phoney Budget changes nothing, and thinks the Tories should be authentic.

David Blackburn mistrusts four politicians singing the same tune, and thinks that Labour and the Tories need to get stuck into Vince Cable.

Daniel Korski ponders Sarko the comeback kid.

Martin Bright wonders where the jobs are coming from.

Susan Hill is always Mrs Wells.

Rod Liddle has found a latter day Mary Seacole.

Alex Massie responds to a comparison between Obama and Napoleon.

Melanie Phillips reacts to blindness and truth.

And Cappuccino Culture celebrates 100 years of Kurosawa.