Here is a selection of articles and discussions from this week on Spectator.co.uk…
Most read: James Forsyth on Jeremy Hunt’s troubles.
Most discussed: Fraser Nelson on whether Ed Balls caused the recession.
James Forsyth thinks the economy is adding to Cameron’s woes, reports
on Tories rallying around Jeremy Hunt and looks at "http://www.spectator.co.uk/coffeehouse/7810703/fox-fires-a-shot-across-the-aid-budgets-bows.thtml">Liam Fox’s shot across the aid budget.
Hamish Macdonald thinks Rupert Murdoch and Donald Trump have "http://www.spectator.co.uk/coffeehouse/7808913/a-pair-of-tycoons-has-put-salmond-on-uncertain-ground.thtml">put Salmond on uncertain ground.
Nick Cohen reports on the revivial of the Labour Party.
Rod Liddle thinks a cat cull is neccessary.
Alex Massie has found the interview of the year.
On the Spectator Book Blog, Rachel Johnson shares her reading suggestions.
And on the Spectator Arts Blog, Nicola McCartney praises
"http://www.spectator.co.uk/arts-and-culture/night-and-day/7803828/the-vanda-shows-why-we-should-be-proud-of-british-design.thtml">the Britishness of the V&A.
And just for our Facebook fans…
Tanya Gold reports on Boris eating cake and Ken refusing to gangsta rap in an exclusive take from
this week’s magazine.