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Jonn Elledge is a freelance journalist, formerly assistant editor of the New Statesman and editor of its sister site, CityMetric. You can find him on Twitter or Facebook.
The government isn’t having a good crisis, by any measure, so why don’t the public seem to care?
I have made multiple daily attempts to break the world record for the longest time spent in the bath.
The longer the problem is examined, the stronger the case becomes for simply giving people money.
This generation of Tories has turned out to be better at winning elections than some expected. But that is not the same as being good at administration.
The idea that the government should be taking active steps towards making housing cheaper seems not to have occurred to the Housing Secretary.
As users of the housing scheme fall behind on mortgage payments, the spectre of the 2007 US subprime crisis is looming.
New research confirms that younger households face higher housing costs than older ones – but the government has no obvious interest in addressing this problem.
The Prime Minister’s aim isn’t really to get anything done but shape the conversation.
The Brexiteers have already won – the least they can do is to be nice about it.
This final, valedictory Evening Call was meant to be an example of what my colleagues have taken to calling my “howls of rage”. But rage doesn't feel the right register.