Politics 29 June 2009 Five of the Best The top five comment pieces from today's papers Sign up for our weekly email * Print HTML The Guardian's Jackie Ashley urges Labour to focus on the right-wing nature of many of the 'New Tories' rather than on the false division between "Labour investment" and "Tory cuts". Donald Macintyre explores whether Iranian hostility to Britain, the "little Satan", is designed to keep open the possibility of US negotiations. The Times's Libby Purves calls for a scientific, research-based approach to public order policing, to avoid the "awful irrationality" of some G20 officers. The FT's Clive Crook fears that Obama's climate change and healthcare bills suggest he is a weak, hesistant president. Peter Preston argues that it is absurd to use the prime minister's salary as a benchmark for other public servants. › Woodward gains ground in Downing Street George Eaton is political editor of the New Statesman. Subscribe from just £1 per issue More Related articles Who will win the Manchester Gorton by-election? Brexit will lead to unfair deportations of EU citizens, academic warns Former Ukip media chief warns on party breakdown: "The wounds will never heal"