The Spectator

The week that was | 9 April 2010

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Spectator Live new.spectator.co.uk/live, the Spectator’s election bulletin board, launched today.

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

Fraser Nelson uncovers the real truth behind Brown’s British jobs for British workers, and reveals the true cost of Brown’s debt binge.

James Forsyth watches Cameron launch the modern Conservative alternative, and suspects that the Clegg Cable relationship will come under pressure.

Peter Hoskin hears Brown coming under fire on the Today programme, and is surprised that Europe is one of Labour’s election issues.

David Blackburn hears Nick Clegg blow a brilliant opportunity, and tries to make sense of the strange case of Charlie Whelan’s Commons pass.

Daniel Korksi predicts an EU dust-up.

Martin Bright evaluates what the party leaders are saying.

Susan Hill says Hell is other people.

Rod Liddle is complaining to the PCC.

Alex Massie considers broad Toryism.

Melanie Phillips on home education.

And Cappuccino Culture ain’t for changing.