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By Tom Chatfield  

Following up on your own posts is a dangerous habit, but I can’t resist quoting James Forsyth’s assessment of the Martin Amis article I was lamenting only yesterday. Over at the Spectator Blog, he begins a post in praise of Amis with the observation that:

Martin Amis’s essay on Islamism in T2 today is as eloquent as it is perceptive.

Which is exactly what I thought I was saying…

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