The evidence continues to come in. If we want a better health care service than the NHS we're going to have to pay attention to patients' incentives. Thus, to introduce co-payments for treatment. Free at the point of use isn't efficient and is thus inequitable.
We've said it before and no doubt we'll have to again. We really don't as yet have the best copyright system possible.
So if politicians don't actually do very much, why do we have politicians?
Tsk, silly Netsmith. So that they don't have to be subject to the same laws as the rest of us, of course.
A truly stunning calculation, quite horrific.
Well, yes, of course the BBC is biased: just not perhaps in quite the way that you expect.
And finally, Trevor Phillips would like to have a law that doesn't involve lawyers. Good luck there Trev.