Here is a selection of articles and discussions from this week on Spectator.co.uk…
Most discussed: Andrew Adonis on moving the Lords to Manchester.
Most read: James Forsyth on the civil service coup.
Most shared: Sebastian Payne on Michael Gove’s historical conundrum.
Peter Hoskin reports on Galloway’s return and thinks QE has "http://www.spectator.co.uk/coffeehouse/7791523/qe-comes-to-the-fore.thtml">returned to the fore.
David Blackburn reports on the EU’s booze bias.
Lloyd Evans sketches a taxing PMQs for Cameron.
Rod Liddle asks how do we solve Britain’s cat problem.
Alex Massie believes David Starkey is turning into a
On the Spectator Book Blog, David Blackburn reports on the tablet wars.
On the Spectator Arts Blog , Scott Jordan Harris looks at
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And just for our Facebook fans…
Damian McBride gives advice on how to flee the press in an exclusive take from this week’s magazine.