Tomorrow is of course the by-election. Guido and The Englishman team up to show us which is the toff in this particular contest.
The costs and economics of the various possible ways in which emissions might be controlled. There are also political science problems with cap and trade systems.
With food miles, given the difficulty of the calculations, market prices are probably more accurate. Not that the government seems to agree.
An interesting variation on the usual Laffer Curve arguments.
If a doctor is allowed (nay, encouraged!) to speak to the child of an economist in private, shouldn't the economist be allowed to instruct the child of the doctor again in private?
A rather Keynesian argument, but some merit still. With the constuction market in a slump, why not get on with necessary infrastructure?
And finally, shouldn't Congress now sue itself?