Tim Leunig makes the case expansion at Heathrow on the Spectator’s Coffee House blog, saying that ‘bigger and quieter are not alternatives’.
Duncan Wheldon at the ToUChstone blog explores the idea that the output gap, the difference between real GDP and the economy’s capacity, might be much bigger than estimated.
Faisal Islam writes about the Transport Department’s admission of a broken bid system.
Hopi Sen explores Ed Miliband’s speech at the Labour Party conference.
Laura at the F-Word blog dismisses the accusations that the feminist movement has an image problem.