The Q#3 quintet
Here are the five posts published on this blog between July and September that recorded the most hits:
- Dispatching rogue landlords (4 July)
- Crunch time for the Liberal Democrats – The NHS Bill and electoral oblivion (5 September)
- Could the riots be the beginning of the end for the Coalition? (19 August)
- Policy, evidence and dogma – the homelessness episode (3 July)
- The Work Programme isn’t working – and that raises bigger issues (2 September)
The Q#2 quintet
Here are the five posts published on this blog between April and June that recorded the most hits:
- Taxpayers and ‘the right to the city': alternative narratives on cuts to Housing Benefit (25 April)
- Groundbreaking economic finding during higher education policy development? (4 April)
- Up to the task? Dealing with housing market volatility (17 May)
- Think tanks and the policy process: right, wrong and possibly both at the same time (3 May)
- Harsh but fair? Marquand on the Liberal Democrat leadership (14 May)
The Q#1 quintet
Here are the five posts published on this blog between January and March that recorded the most hits:
- Monbiot’s tax take and the embedding of plutocracy: an urgent concern for Liberal Democrats (8 February)
- The mundane malfunctioning of markets – a tale of life and death (3 March)
- Economists, implicated (19 February)
- Housing demand – a role for status concerns? (27 January)
- Trade unions, street marches, and ConservativeHome’s 10 immoral commandments (27 March)
The top half dozen posts on this blog since I began it in October, starting with the most frequently visited, have been:
- The poverty of Nick Clegg’s “new” progressives
- Exit, voice, loyalty: what’s a Libdem to do?
- A fairer future or no future for social housing?
- The continuing saga of Housing Benefit “reform”: unaware or just don’t care?
- Why the unseemly haste on housing reform?
- “Us” and “Them”. Yes, them over there. The benefit scroungers.
(December 31st, 2010)