Jonn Elledge is the editor of the New Statesman's sister site CityMetric. He is on Twitter, far too much, as @JonnElledge.
Five reasons why Iain Duncan Smith's plan to give free houses to those who come off benefits is a terrible policy.
The National Housing Federation chief executive on politicians missing the urgency to build more homes, his solutions to the housing crisis, and why it's "rubbish" that there's not enough space.
It’s become fashionable to disparage Sorkin’s later work, especially The Newsroom, and with good reason – the gender politics are terrible, for a start. But what if these problems were there all along, and we were just enjoying The West Wing too much to see them?
Wait, Osborne wants the rich to pay more tax?
The government has named Bicester in Oxfordshire as its second garden city, but to solve the housing crisis, we’d need to build six or seven of them every year.
Running schools as charities has simply insulated them from the consequences of their own financial incontinence.
North Rhine-Westphalia could provide a model.
The man from the council made sense of our symptoms immediately. Our bites came in clusters of three and there were splashes of blood on the sheets. He diagnosed bed bugs.
Brandon Lewis's job is to ensure this country has enough houses. Isn't it?
Don't let go of the balloon.
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