'Twas ever thus: politicians seem insistent on subsidising the things that don't really need subsidising while refusing to subsidise those that might be worth it.
Here's a good example of what not to subsidise: an oil producer importing petrol and then subsidising it.
A quite excellent application of technology: tracking imports, container by container. There are simply so many uses for this.
Not what you might expect to see around here: Clement Atlee was correct on the NHS.
Why newspapers are like pop music.
What would happen if Harriet Harperson's ideas on equality were truly enforced.
And finally, no, not what you really want to happen.