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28 October 2011updated 12 Oct 2023 10:22am

Pick of the Week

A selection of posts made on this week.

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Samira Shackle lists the Tory rebels and reports that Joe the Plumber is to run for Congress.

George Eaton blogs on the other referendum and says strong US growth has raised the bar for George Osborne.

Helen Lewis-Hasteley talks to Rob Brydon about Steve Coogan, Hackgate and the perils of celebrity.

David Allen Green asks how seriously St Paul’s is taking health and safety concerns, and gives Tory MPs a lesson in parliamentary sovereignty.

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