Politics 26 June 2009 Five of the Best The top five comment pieces from today's papers Sign up for our weekly email * Print HTML Johann Hari explains why Conservative policy on marriage would unwittingly harm children. In the Guardian, Misha Glenny warns that the rise of the internet will be mirrored by the rise of cyber warfare among states. Can we avoid "cybergeddon"? The FT's Philip Stephens argues that economic unilateralism is preventing essential global regulation. BBC director general Mark Thompson explains why the corporation won't reveal its stars' pay. The Telegraph's Adrian Michaels says that the Irish will back the Lisbon Treaty after the single currency saved them from an Icelandic-style bankruptcy. › Five of the Best Subscribe More Related articles Labour must learn the secrets of the Scottish Conservatives What's going on in Northern Ireland? Keir Starmer's Brexit diary: Why doesn't David Davis want to answer my questions?