Science & Tech 1 May 2013 April 2013: most read on newstatesman.com What you've been reading in the last month. Sign up for our weekly email * Print HTML April was yet another record month on newstatesman.com - 1,542,174 of you viewed 3,568,142 pages over the course of the month. Among the most popular pieces were: Hungary is no longer a democracy by Benjamin Abtan When crowdsourcing goes wrong: Reddit, Boston and missing student Sunil Tripathi by Alex Hern Where are all the right-wing stand-ups? by Stewart Lee Giving space to Andrew Wakefield on MMR isn't balance, it's lunacy by Martin Robbins The simple courage of decision: a leftist tribute to Thatcher by Slavoj Zizek › Unite set to grow in strength as it begins merger talks with TSSA Caroline Crampton is assistant editor of the New Statesman. She writes a weekly podcast column. Subscribe from just £1 per issue More Related articles All 27 things wrong with today’s Daily Mail front cover Pupils need internet classes? Here are 41 lessons they should learn Extremist ads and LGBT videos: do we want YouTube to be a censor, or not?