The Spectator

The week that was | 27 May 2011

Here is a selection of posts made at Spectator.co.uk over the last week.

Fraser Nelson cuts through the BS, and points out that the austerity hasn’t even started yet.

James Forsyth considers the super-injunctions saga, and watches Barack Obama reaffirm the special relationship.

Peter Hoskin notes that there are limits to Obama and Cameron’s mutual appreciation, and explains why Miliband needs to be more specific.

David Blackburn examines the ‘essential relationship’, and says that the helicopters fiasco has added to the Libyan fog of war.

Jonathan Jones discovers that DSK’s troubles have not benefitted Sarko.

Nick Cohen has some advice for the footballer formerly known as CTB.

Rod Liddle regrets protesting George Davis’ innocence.

Alex Massie criticises Netanyahu’s myopia.

And Melanie Phillips has story of creeping competencies or incompetent creeps.

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