Could Guido [3] really be a Tory in disguise? No is the answer [4], rather, an artful user of ill-protected computer systems. Further, Private Eye has for decades had a phrase to describe this problem [5]. "New technology baffles pissed old hack" although Netsmith would like to point out that he possess absolutely no knowledge whatsoever of the unitary alcohol intake of Mr. Kirkup: nor, indeed, of his age.

Just in case you think it's only our own [6] domestic politicians that place inane curbs on liberty. It might even be [7] that the Martini (or even vermouth itself, port and so on) are illegal under the same law. 

It's very difficult to find a word that describes this better than extortion [8].

More on those unintended consequences [9]. Expanding the guarantees given to part of the US mortgage market could make all mortgages more expensive. 

Explaining changes [10] in income inequality. 

Could it be that certain BBC journalists are a tad baised [11]? Or is it simply that they're not all that well informed? 

And finally [12], yes, incentives matter.