The Spectator

The week that was | 9 October 2009

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

Fraser Nelson praises Cameron’s revolutionary speech, and believes that the Tories’ welfare plan doesn’t go far enough.

James Forsyth argues that the Tories cannot be matched, and says that the Europe won’t go away fot the Tories.

Peter Hoskin witnesses a job well done by George Osborne, and sees Andrew Lansley keeping the spending taps on.

David Blackburn thinks that Cameron must tackle the expenses scandal head on, and finds the Culture Secretary declaring war on the BBC.

Lloyd Evans says Dave has his Goliath in his sights.

Daniel Korski is perturbed by General Sir Richard Dannatt.

Martin Bright reflects on the Tory conference.

Rod Liddle has noticed that, generally speaking, the British have never taken to the Waffen SS.

Alex Massie labels General Dannatt ‘the man who would be a peer’.

Melanie Phillips catches Cameron playing it safe.

And Cappuccino Culture is pleased that Hilary Mantel won the Booker Prize.