This is one of the really annoying things about civil liberties. If you're going to take them seriously then you have to support them for even those people you disagree with.
On the theory and value of swearblogging.
One Nobel Laureate asks "Do we actually want to become French?"
It isn't necessarily true that governments can borrow more cheaply than companies. Look at the interest on marginal borrowing rather than average it over total borrowing.
This is really most unkind to Mrs. Dromey.
If a charity is funded by government and acts like politicians do, is it really fair to still call it a charity?
And finally, unfair if amusing.