Here is a selection of articles and discussions from this week on Spectator.co.uk…
Most read: Nick Cohen on the spectre of militant secularism.
Most discussed: Douglas Murray asking how to solve to a problem like
Most shared: Nick Cohen speculating on whether Osborne will close the
And the best of the rest…
Fraser Nelson approves of new roads but not a pensions raid, highlights
twelve points about the Budget and urges Osborne to "http://www.spectator.co.uk/coffeehouse/7733178/osborne-needs-to-speed-up.thtml">break free of Gordon Brown’s traps.
Peter Hoskin asks where Cameron’s road proposal will take
us, hails tax transparency as a triumph for the Chancellor and looks
behind the 50p tax change.
Jonathan Jones writes a concise version of what you need to know about the budget
and asks what the public make of the Budget.
Sebastian Payne reports from inside Ken Livingstone’s campaign launch.
Ian Mulheirn thinks pensioners ought to contribute more.
Eamonn Butler asks if Osborne has learnt the right lessons from
Rod Liddle is not impressed by Ken Livingstone’s religious comments.
Alex Massie examines the cost of living like we do.
On the Spectator Book Blog, David Blackburn looks at the case of taxing eBooks.
On the Spectator Arts Blog, Jerry Hayes reviews Flanagan’s Wake by Peter
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