Here is a selection of articles and discussions from this week on Spectator.co.uk…
Most read: Matthew Parris calling on believers to be
aware of the patronage of unbelievers.
Most shared: James Forsyth reporting that Europe is being
strangled by the Franco-German alliance.
Most discussed: James Forsyth on Len McCluskey versus the Olympics.
And the best of the rest..
Fraser Nelson suggests Michael Gove will never be party leader, and announces the "http://www.spectator.co.uk/coffeehouse/7685558/announcing-the-matt-ridley-prize-for-environmental-heresy.thtml">Matt Ridley Prize for Environmental Heresy.
James Forsyth imagines if Cameron hadn’t vetoed, and urges a "http://www.spectator.co.uk/coffeehouse/7680518/the-private-sector-must-be-revived-in-northern-ireland.thtml">private sector revival in Northern Ireland.
Peter Hoskin asks what the UK’s proposed ECHR reforms will come
to, and reports that the conflict over 50p tax has escalated again.
Jonathan Jones says Mitt Romney will be relieved as he heads to
Sebastian Payne asks when Boris will pull his finger out, and probes the "http://www.spectator.co.uk/coffeehouse/7686288/so-how-much-do-you-really-like-the-smiths-dave.thtml">Prime Minister’s loyalty to The Smiths.
Clarissa Tan wonders if bankers will turn against bankers.
Toby Young extols the success of the first Sun on Sunday.
Matt Cavanagh explains why the immigration cap isn’t
Rod Liddle says Karl Brandt is alive and well at the BMJ.
Alex Massive reports on when Murdoch met Alex Salmond.
Nick Cohen asks if Christians should kill Mark Thompson.
Martin Bright questions what will happen next with the Work
On the Spectator Book Blog, Paul Lay urges Michael Gove to put the
Civil War back on the syllabus.
On the Spectator Arts Blog, Tom Latchem reviews Channel 4′s Proud and
And just for our Facebook fans…
Matt Ridley asks why the Government took so long to see through the wind-farm scam in an exclusive take from
this week’s magazine.