Our 10 most popular posts from 2011
Here, in reverse date order, are our best-read posts of 2011. Yes, it's going to be a tough one – but we warmly wish all our readers and supporters a very happy new year. See you in 2012.
Britain's wealth divide highlights the meaningless of government claims that ‘we're all in this together’.
Richard Blogger rebuts the claims of pro-NHS bill MPs.
Exclusive False Economy research reveals how cuts are choking the Big Society one year on from its launch.
Nigel Stanley demolishes the myths used to justify cuts to public sector pensions.
Osborne plans to drive down public debt by increasing the household debt that fuelled the crisis in the first place.
We can reveal that more than 50,000 NHS staff posts are set for the axe, destroying government claims that the NHS is in safe hands.
We awarded George Osborne a giant jammy dodger after he was named top tax shirker in our online poll.
More than 300 people attended a packed meeting to defend Oxford's libraries, where Philip Pullman gave this inspiring speech
The Government claims “there is no money left” when making the case for immediate and deep spending cuts. Not true.
If this map of cuts and proposed cuts to libraries doesn't make you angry, nothing will.
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