Pick of the week: Corbyn’s early victories

A chance for you to catch up on our five most-read stories of the week.

Five: Comment: The rest of the world is leaving Britain behind on drug reform

In fifth place this week is a piece which looked at drug reform in Ireland. It suggested that the progress being made in other countries shows how stagnant the British drug debate has become.

Four: Comment: Quantum cannabis – How drug policy turned sci-fi

Next is another piece on the UK's drug policy. It suggested that supporters of drug prohibition are coming up with ever more imaginative ways to justify their position, with some verging on science fiction.

ThreeComment: The attack on Germaine Greer shows identity politics has become a cult

In our top five for a second week is an article which looked at the no-platforming of Germaine Greer and asked what it said about the debate over identity politics.

Two: The big political victories already chalked-up by Jeremy Corbyn

Next is an article that outlined Jeremy Corbyn's early political wins. Although the new Labour leader is yet to enjoy a bounce in the polls, this piece suggested he has achieved some initial political victories which have often been overlooked.

One: Another Corbyn victory: Is Cameron now the underdog at PMQs?

In the top spot is an analysis of this week's PMQs. It suggested that although Corbyn has won the last three weekly sessions with the prime minister it may not have an effect on how the wider public view him.