This week’s most read: Ukip’s ’18 per cent’, the clash over Scottish independence and the Henry Jackson Society

The most read articles on Left Foot Forward this week.

Here are this week’s most read articles:

1. So why did Stephen Hawking think it was ok to visit Iran and China?James Bloodworth

2. Ukip’s 18 per cent debunkedAndrew Spooner

3. Five things Sir Alex Ferguson said about the ToriesJames Bloodworth

4. Scotland’s big beasts go head to head (sort of) over independenceEd Jacobs

5. Labour’s shameful links with the anti-immigration rightMarko Attila Hoare

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