Here are some posts made on Spectator.co.uk during the past week:

Fraser Nelson
champions John Sentamu as the next Archbishop of Canterbury, and examines "http://www.spectator.co.uk/coffeehouse/7625308/the-strange-survival-of-labour-england.thtml">Labour’s chances in the 2015 election.

James Forysth contemplates what Chris Huhne’s resignation means,
and reminds us of the coalition’s political purpose over Fred Goodwin.

Peter Hoskin
has a six-point guide to the IFS’ Green Budget, and disregards
Miliband’s Eurospecticsm.

Jonathan Jones highlights the importance of the Scottish
referendum question
, and reveals the tuition fee effect.

Sebastian Payne looks into the politics of the Falklands standoff.

Peter Robins asks how dangerous cycling really is.

Nick Cohen reckons that Ed Miliband might be Britain’s greatest
leader of the Opposition
.

Rod Liddle wonders whether we really want to know more about
the nature of Gary Speed’s death.

Alex Massie says there’s nothing to talk about over the Falklands.

The Spectator Arts Blog looks through 50 years of the Sunday
Times magazine
.

And the Spectator Books Blog reviews Alain de Botton’s latest.

Tags: The week that was