The Spectator

The week that was | 6 August 2010

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

Fraser Nelson says that there is no Cabinet rift on benefit reform.

Peter Hoskin uncovers the equality landmines that Labour have left the coalition, and reports on a ranking of post-war prime ministers.

Andrew Haldenby begins a series of posts by the think-tank Reform in anticipation of the Spending Review.

Susan Hill asks for your advice.

Rod Liddle reveals the most irritating politician of the last 50 years.

Alex Massie
gives his take on the 'Ground Zero Mosque'.

Melanie Phillips wonders who will come out on top in the welfare wrestling match.

Faith Based highlights the problem with abortion adverts on TV.

And the Spectator Arts Blog reviews the state of blues music today.