If anyone should doubt the basic tenets of public choice theory (that politicians do what benefits politicians, not constituents) then this little story [3] should put them straight.

On a related matter, the winners of the most expensive MPs award [4]s, broken down by staff allowances, postage paid, travel and so on. 

This might not be the wisest [5] of all decisions. Increasing the demands upon company cash flows at a time of tightening credit. 

As the composition of the medical workforce changes [6] there are going to be inevitable changes in how medicine is practised. 

On marginal tax [7] rates: 7% of the working population face 90% marginal rates. And no, it's not the rich either. 

It's one thing to insist that people should be allowed to buy insurance. It's quite another [8] to insist that they shouldn't. 

And finally [9], yes, you really can get pizza delivered in orbit.