Why is it that politicians are delighted to create incentives but then insist that no one will be influenced by them?
Big Egg, coming to a holiday celebration near you.
This statement is somewhat startling, if true.
A list of the top 75 (UK) political books. Netsmith's personal view is that it explains an awful lot of what is in fact wrong with UK politics. Not one of them is about economics (or, to be fair, sociology, philosophy or indeed any other ology).
The root causes of divorce. Strangely, intimacy breeding contempt doesn't make the list.
Creating smaller, more sustainable economies. Isn't this a synonym for "poorer people"?
And finally, the ban Alistair Darling campaign scores another victory.