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The week that was | 3 April 2009

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

Fraser Nelson analyses Gordon Brown’s G20 deal, and gives ten reasons why a Tory government should cut state spending.

James Forsyth gives his take on Barack Obama’s gift for the Queen, and reports on David Cameron’s search for a broader shadow cabinet.

Peter Hoskin reports on Brown’s G20 sermon, and sets the reasons why the Prime Minister shouldn’t expect a significant post-summit bounce.

Lloyd Evans watches the London Summit get under way.

Martin Bright says that Boris just doesn’t get it.

Clive Davis reports on the G20 meeting.

Alex Massie laments Benjamin Netanyahu's recipe for disaster.

Melanie Phillips records the essential history.

And Americano reports on Hillary’s party of hawks inside the administration.