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The week that was | 8 April 2011

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

Fraser Nelson calls for the schools revolution to be reinforced.

James Forsyth lists the runners and riders in a possible reshuffle, and wonders why Clegg didn’t complain about Lansley’s reforms earlier.

Peter Hoskin reveals who has won and who has lost, and considers the fallout from Portugal.

David Blackburn explains how the government plans to rescue its NHS reforms, and reveals how Labour is fighting back in Pickles’ war on ‘propaganda’.

Jonathan Jones says that Grammar schools aren’t a solution to the social mobility problem.

Rod Liddle could be leader of the British Tea Party, apparently.

Alex Massie worries for the poor bloody infantry.

And Melanie Phillips introduces The Commentator.

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