Mark Littlewood from the Institute of Economic Affairs makes the case for a continued coalition between free-market Lib Dems and the Conservatives after the 2015 election.
Robert Colvile reports on a speech by Michael Gove and argues that if Miliband can steal Disraeli then the education secretary can take Tony Blair.
John Kay offers an insightful analysis of competition within the energy markets in light of David Cameron’s recent proposal to force suppliers to place all consumer’s on the lowest possible tariff.
Paul Krugman examines the impact of Osborne’s economic policy on Britain’s recovery.
Blighty’s blog at the Economist argues that the poshness of politicians may not really matter and politics are far less class-based than people may think.