Jonn Elledge is the editor of the New Statesman's sister site CityMetric. He is on Twitter, far too much, as @JonnElledge.
It's not all the North Downs, you know.
For sale: three water cannon. One previous owner. 90 per cent off.
A Luxembourger you’ve never heard of thinks you elected him president. It’s just possible that the system isn’t working.
And not one of them is in Hackney.
We're demolishing the equivalent of seven Shards, says Deloitte.
The city’s house prices have risen 18 per cent in a year. Can we stop pretending this is normal now please?
You wouldn’t know it from the recent election campaign, but Delhi has the worst air quality in the world.
If home-owners are more likely to vote Tory, shouldn’t the party be trying to create more of them?
If ministers had held out for a better price, they could have raised an extra £750m.
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