- Uncertain terrain: Issues and challenges facing housing associations (11th May 2013)
- Developments in the ongoing Bedroom Tax saga (6th Sept)
- Why is Owen Jones so annoying? (4th July 2013)
- The miraculous power of welfare reform (11th Aug)
- The value of planning (30th Aug)
This quarter feels a bit like deja vu all over again. Two of the top five posts this quarter were published last year. Not only did they both feature in my top ten posts of 2013, but they also featured in the Q#1 and Q#2 quintets for this year.
These two posts continue to attract a steady trickle of hits day in, day out. They are the hardy perennials of this blog. They are now by a very long way my most popular posts of all time.
If I continue the list so it covers the top five posts published this quarter then it also includes:
- Present and future conditional (14th Sept)
- Liberal Democrat travails over the bedroom tax (18th July)
Clearly the bedroom tax continues to be a topic of broad interest.
Thanks for reading. And commenting. Even when you’re disagreeing with me.
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