Alex Hern at the New Statesman notes that monetary stimulus could be much more fun (and effective) if it bought you a holiday.
Matthew Whittaker from the Resolution Foundation writes for the OECD Insights blog on tax credits, exploring their effects on poverty and living standards.
Paul Goodman at the ToryDiary asks why we need an army of more than 80,000 if we don’t fight major wars outside the European theatre.
Chris Dillow at the Investors Chronicle argues that Barclays’ behaviour in the libor scandal has broken a bond of trust that in turn will depress long-run growth.
Anthony Wells at UK Polling Report outlines how not to report opinion polls.