Politics 11 February 2010 Web Only: the best of the blogs The five must-read posts from today, on TV debates, electorial reform and British society. Sign up for our weekly email * Print HTML 1. Ten things you'll learn from David Willetts's new book The Tory frontbencher's new book has been widely praised. Andrew Sparrow picks out the ten most interesting statistics and facts about British society. 2. Ready for government John Rentoul blogs on Philip Hammond's complete confusion over the number of quangos the Tories will cull. 3. What will a short election campaign mean for TV debates? A debate every week might be unfeasible during a very short campaign, says Gary Gibbon. 4. Refocusing Washington's policy lens on Iran At the Huffington Post, Ali Safavi argues that it is unjust for America to continue to ignore the Mujahedin-e Khalq, Iran's main opposition group. 5. How can we sell the single transferable vote to the public? Liberal Democrat Voice's Stephen Tall outlines his three-point plan to sell proportional representation to the voters. Follow the New Statesman team on Twitter. › 11 September from the skies Subscribe from just £1 per issue More Related articles Let's talk about Daniel Hannan, Donald Trump and Adolf Hitler To the Commonwealth, "Global Britain" sounds like nostalgia for something else Is defeat in Stoke the beginning of the end for Paul Nuttall?