Morning Call: pick of the papers
The ten must-read comment pieces from this morning's papers.
How do we get our battered, overcautious banks to lend? This Plan B will help but it’s too little, too late, writes Camilla Cavendish.
2. Teenagers deserve better (Guardian)
I am tired of hearing lazy, politically expedient lies about the country's most interesting people, writes Patrick Ness.
Charles Moore says that the rise of the overpaid executive presents the Tories with a challenge they should not shirk.
It’s now clear that the Gorbachev-Yeltsin era was an aberration in Russian history says Rupert Cornwell
5. The loud-mouthed radical awaits his fate (Financial Times)
Tony Barber and Kerin Hope present their profile of Alexis Tsipras
Chris Bryant MP speaks up about mental health
7. We should not pin our hopes on Britain’s plan A-plus (Financial Times)
The UK government is worried: its own economy is stagnant; and its neighbours seem determined to wreck their economies. What is to be done, asks Martin Wolf
8. Earth’s life support in their hands (Telegraph)
Rio+20 Earth Summit is a chance for the world to hit the climate 'reset' button. Instead, governments have their fingers pressed on pause, writes Geoffrey Lean
The elections in Greece and Egypt will not determine their fate. Power has shifted to the markets, Brussels and beyond, writes Jonathan Freedland
10. Gove’s back-to-basics drive is just what is needed (Financial Times)
Stephen Robinson writes in support of Michael Gove's reforms to the national curriculum.
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