Here are some posts made on Spectator.co.uk during the past week:
Fraser Nelson tells Tristram Hunt that capitalism
is just what Britain does, and says Osborne owes Darling an apology.
James Forsyth thinks the Tories will be delighted to see the battle over the
benefit cap prolonged, and says Alex Salmond’s strategy is both subtle and dangerous.
Peter Hoskin watches Vince Cable teach Chuka Umunna a lesson about
the past, and says Barack Obama’s State of the Union was a Romney-seeking missile.
Jonathan Jones says Mitt Romney’s tax returns are a gift to
the Democrats, and spots striking similarities between speeches by Obama and Nick Clegg.
Hamish Macdonell takes a look at Salmond’s proposed wording of
the independence referendum.
Daniel Korski wonders what would happen if Iran blocked the Strait of
Hormuz, and examines the UK’s relationship with Qatar.
And Oliver Lewis defends the Welfare Bill from the perspective of someone it might
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