Top 10 articles of the week – 27/07/2013

This week, we’ve seen the news agenda dominated by a tragic train crash in the Galicia region of Spain, killing (at time of writing) some 78 people, the significant (reported) drop in crime in the UK which appears to have got many scratching their heads, and the legacy of the 2012 London Olympics. In such a varied week, here are my top 10 articles. To make up for last week’s absence, i’ve included an extra bonus article! As per usual, please feel free to comment if you feel so inclined. Thanks for reading!

  1. Bryan Chapell on Christ-centred preaching by Bryan Chapell – Christianity Today (The Ed Stetzer Exchange blog)
  2. Spanish derailment: possible causes – BBC News Europe
  3. Why does it have to be so hard? By Jonty Allcock – FIEC blog
  4. The bank of Mum and Dad masks the crisis in the housing market by Campbell Robb – The Guardian
  5. Many direct impacts of the Olympics are already positive, not least that the follow-through is actually happening by Anne Power – LSE Policy and Politics blog
  6. Revenge of the nerds: Being popular is high school doesn’t make you rich, after all by Jordan Wiessmann – The Atlantic
  7. A reality check – most LibDem members prefer a post-2015 Coalition with Labour to one with the Conservatives by Paul Goodman – Conservative Home
  8. US Prison populations decline, reflecting new approach to crime by Erica Goode –The New York Times
  9. The Economist explains: Why is crime failing? – The Economist
  10. The era of cheap food is over. Are we ready for that? By Steve Hawkes – Telegraph Blogs
  11. The best way to cap the benefits bill? Tackle its underlying costs – by Chris Goulden – Huffington Post Politics

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