Here is a selection of articles and discussions from this week on Spectator.co.uk…
James Forsyth says the Beecroft report is — to many Tory MPs — "http://www.spectator.co.uk/coffeehouse/7864178/the-pressure-on-cameron-to-call-cleggs-bluff.thtml">symbolic of how the Lib Dems are holding the government back on growth, and explains "http://www.spectator.co.uk/coffeehouse/7866183/what-farages-offer-means-for-david-cameron.thtml">what Nigel Farage’s offer means for David Cameron.
Jonathan Jones explains why Ed Balls is wrong about Barack Obama, and reports on "http://www.spectator.co.uk/coffeehouse/7867043/may-backs-gay-marriage.thtml">Theresa May’s support for gay marriage.
Lloyd Evans finds David Cameron’s ‘muttering idiot’
attack on Ed Balls endearing.
Clarissa Tan says bondholders are backing out of the
Sebastian Payne talks to Stella Creasy about her campaign against payday loan
Rod Liddle wonders how our government will respond to the deaths of two British citizens in
Alex Massie finds Joan McAlpine’s ten reasons for Scottish independence "http://www.spectator.co.uk/alexmassie/7862557/10-pretty-unpersuasive-reasons-for-scottish-independence.thtml">pretty unpersuasive.
And Nick Cohen speaks about censorship at the Oslo Freedom Forum.Tags: The week that was