Issue 87: 2012 01 12: Contents

12 January 2017: Issue 87

Week in Brief





A Very Predictable Stance by John Watson

Why the drop?

All the Prime Minster’s Numbers by J R Thomas

Will Mrs May wait for the boundary commission?

A Diplomatic Dance by Neil Tidmarsh

When the music stops.

University Rankings and Free Speech by Lynda Goetz

Universities and students past and present.

Economics – a profession in crisis or at a watershed?  by Frank O’Nomics

We should be wary of regarding economics as a science.


Bandits at 12 o’clock by Chin Chin

Killing mosquitoes.

New Year’s Greetings from North of the Border by Antoninus

Happy Hogmanay.

Brussels Pouts by J R Thomas

Rogers unmanderined.


Plain Vanilla 16

Solution to the last crossword “What’s On The Cards”.

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