Mark Hellowell at Public Finance discusses the coalition’s state of denial over the economy and questions the logic of Clegg’s stated ‘moral duty’ to the next generation.
Steven Baxter at the New Statesman argues that the selective use of evidence is an ugly media habit – and never more so than in relation to the horrific Rochdale grooming case.
Anthony Wells at UK Polling Report compares Boris and Dave, and examines the potential electoral implications for the Tory party should there be a leadership coup.
Ripped Off Britons looks at whether income tax cuts for the rich make us all richer – ultimately showing that the evidence points to the contrary.
Alex Marsh at Alex’s Archives ponders the implications of this week’s ‘tractor speeches’ and the uninspiring relaunch of the coalition.