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Worth Reading 173: Special Containment Procedures

The Overall Benefit Cap – a little time bomb under UK buy-to-let housing – Not only is the benefit cap a terrible idea for the people subjected to it, Daniel Davies shows that it has the unintended side effect of causing terrible ripple…

Worth Reading 135: Sesquiquadrate

The World Is Squared – Episode 3: The Greek Calends – If you’ve not been following Daniel Davies’ round-the-world dispatches for Crooked Timber, you should be. This is the latest one. Why I HATE Malala Yousafzai – No, it’s not the predictable contrarian…

Worth Reading 68: The whole world is watching

What happens to stolen bicycles? – Interesting post from the Priceonomics blog – because there’s so little risk attached to bike theft, it makes it worthwhile for criminals despite the low rewards. Tom Harris is not a nice man – And the Pope…

Worth Reading 18: Now legal in the United States

And today, we’re 80% Egyptian-related: WorldNetDaily: The Rise of the Muslim Anti-Christ Explains Egypt Unrest – No, I’m not linking to WorldNutDaily, just to Richard Bartholomew’s analysis of another one of their bizarre conspiracy theories Arseholes, considered as a strategic resource – Daniel…

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