Web Only: the best of the blogs
The five must-read posts from today, on TV debates, electorial reform and British society.
The Tory frontbencher's new book has been widely praised. Andrew Sparrow picks out the ten most interesting statistics and facts about British society.
John Rentoul blogs on Philip Hammond's complete confusion over the number of quangos the Tories will cull.
A debate every week might be unfeasible during a very short campaign, says Gary Gibbon.
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.
Liberal Democrat Voice's Stephen Tall outlines his three-point plan to sell proportional representation to the voters.