Politics 30 March 2012 Opinionomics | 30 March 2012 Must read analysis and comment. Featuring Spanish conservatives and an economist bust-up. Print HTML 1. Forever Delayed: Business Investment (ToUChstone) Duncan Wheldon shows how business investment is always two years in the future; any deficit reduction plan which relies on it picking up again without explaining why it will do so is fighting an uphill battle. 2. HMRC now subscribes to La-La Laffer and to the idea that companies don’t pay tax (Tax Research UK) Richard Murphy presents one side of the argument on corporation taxes... 3. @richardjmurphy *still* doesn’t get friggin’ tax incidence (Tim Worstall) ...And Tim Worstall presents the other. 4. Conservative government still has a chance to get it right on fiscal policy (Not the Treasury view) (It's about Spain) 5. Copyright stagnation (Offsetting Behaviour) Eric Crampton with a killer graph showing the effects of copyright on availability. › Labour's insurgency bubble bursts Arthur Laffer giving a keynote speech to University of Tennessee in better days Alex Hern is a technology reporter for the Guardian. He was formerly staff writer at the New Statesman. You should follow Alex on Twitter. Subscribe More Related articles Leader: On capitalism and insecurity No economy is an island: why Britain's finances now depend on Europe Cabinet audit: what does the appointment of Philip Hammond as Chancellor mean for policy?