The Spectator

The week that was | 27 August 2010

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

Fraser Nelson reveals the war being waged against schools reform, and hears Mark Hoban become the first victim of New Labour’s landmines.

James Forsyth says the coalition has five lessons to learn, and reports on the truce between IDS and George Osborne.

Peter Hoskin rounds up the double dip predictions, and explains how the coalition can build its case for fairness.

David Blackburn considers Labour’s DfID problem, and says that George Osborne will beat IDS.

Eamonn Butler wants care for the elderly to be a family thing.

Patrick Nolan explains how the spending review will affect welfare.

And Alex Massie asks what Ed Miliband knows of liberalism.