Category: Most Read

The Q#1 quintet

Here are the five posts published on this blog between January and March that recorded the most hits: Last desperate throw of the dice? (11th March) … but words can never hurt me (20th January) Libdem futures – Implosion or renewal? (15th March) An Elected Mayor for Bristol? […]

The Q#4 quintet

Here are the five posts published on this blog between October and December that recorded the most hits: Keen insight into the monetary economy (15th November) Shifting underoccupiers (26th October) Liberal Democrat rebranding (27th November) Chaos in all directions (22nd December) On economic amnesia (12th October) “Keen insight […]

My top ten posts of 2011

This has been the first full year for this blog. In early November I moved over from wordpress.com, which led to a bit of disruption. But we’re now back to previous levels of traffic. I’ve put my best arithmetic hat on to work out which are the top […]

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 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? […]

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) […]

Alex’s Archives – Most read posts 2010

Here’s the list of the top half dozen posts since I began this blog in October 2010, starting with the most frequently visited: 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 […]