The Spectator

The week that was | 3 September 2010

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

Fraser Nelson says that Tony Blair is aiming to become a freelance statesman.

James Forsyth highlights the biggest threat to the coalition, and reports on cricket's dilemma.

Peter Hoskin says that Blair wants Labour to be more like the coalition, and argues that Labour needs a Byrne rather than a Balls.

David Blackburn outlines Brown's plan for the future, and watches the education battle open.

Ed Howker highlights Blair's contempt for the left.

Susan Hill praises the NHS.

Alex Massie gives his take on the Hague affair.

Melanie Phillips laments that Londonistan continues to provide British hospitality to genocidal fascists.

And the Spectator Arts Blog reports from the international architecture exhibition in Venice.