David Cameron is the new UK prime minister, after the resignation of Gordon Brown.
After successfully building a community on a Fijian island in 2006, social entrepreneur and Tribewanted founder Ben Keene is now setting up another online tribal community in Sierra Leone, West Africa.
Licensing schemes are just another empty excuse for the government to go quango crazy.
Make like Gordon and David and concentrate on your vital minority.
CBI boss Richard Lambert has called upon the leaders of the Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat parties to reach an agreement by the end of the week, so as to avoid disrupting the economy.
Retail and housing figures are down, but there is still hope for Britain’s entrepreneurs. Julie Meyer tells us about how the young entrepreneurial generation will shape UK plc’s future, and Alan Sugar considers who will be the next Apprentice. Read our daily roundup of the day’s news here.