From the Annals of Great Bureaucratic Decisions. Someone once thought that a Danny Kaye song would encourage people to pay their income tax.
What the Congresscritters are about to spend such taxes on might give people pause while handing it over though.
Estonia and the NHS: proof again that it's not how much you spend but how you spend it.
There is a temptation to think that some journalists' writing might just be influenced by their other interests.
Perhaps it's just that the markets have woken up to what Labour Governments always do to the value of sterling?
There's something odd in the proposed laws about passports and identity papers. It rather opens the door to the police being able to demand such papers at any time.
And finally, the warning becomes the instruction manual.