A chance to catch up on our five most-read items of the week.
In fifth place this week is our take on the chancellor's autumn statement. It suggested that with more borrowing and lower growth predicted, the true effect of Brexit has now been revealed.
Next is an article which looked at the government's new porn bill and warned that it is creating a system which could have serious consequences for privacy.
Next is a piece which reported that the prime minister appears to have abandoned her pledge to force companies to put workers on company boards.
In second place is a piece which suggested it's time to realise that pushing a politics of fear and resentment against immigrants has real and sometimes fatal consequences. It argues that true patriotism involves an honest assessment of what is both great and what is ugly about our culture.
And in the top spot this week is a piece which looked at Donald Trump's suggestion that the Ukip leader should be made ambassador to the US. It argued that once the offers of power and influence come rolling in, Farage's rhetoric about democracy and control soon disappears.