Yes, there are arguments for subsidising the production of public goods. But remember, education isn't a public good, even if it is publicly provided.
Most shocking: Ken Livingstone is actually correct on a matter more important than whether newts are cute.
The BBC definitely seems to be holding the law in contempt.
Why new regulation when the market itself just isn't going to make that mistake again?
As a little changes, some reasons for optimism.
Bankers aren't the only people getting rewards for failure you know....
And finally, meet Obama's teleprompter.