The Spectator

The week that was | 6 February 2009

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Fraser Nelson thinks that the Tories' education policy is transformative, and suggests that we shouldn't ignore the poverty in our own country.

James Forsyth says that the bad war is coming good and the good war is going bad, and gives his take on the Carol Thatcher controversy.

Peter Hoskin wonders whether David Miliband has in lost out in the torture row, and thinks Gordon Brown has set a BJ4BW timebomb for the Tories.

Alex Massie says choice matters in education.

Melanie Phillips argues that rights and wrongs are out of control.

Clive Davis gives his take on the Carol Thatcher controversy

Trading Floor
looks into setting a timetable for reprivatisation.

And Americano watches Obama lose momentum.