1. Immigration policy goes against our universities (Financial Times)
Revoking LMU’s licence to sponsor visas will have damaging implications, writes Richard Lambert.
2. As Ed Miliband knows, Labour must forgive the Lib Dems (Guardian)
The party should have embraced Nick Clegg's wealth tax proposals, isolating the Tories on the failing economy, writes Polly Toynbee.
3. Lib Dems can’t just leap into bed with Labour (Times) (£)
Principles matter in politics, writes Roy Hattersley. A party seen to switch sides out of self-interest is doomed.
4. Immigration is not just a numbers game (Daily Telegraph)
The system is rejecting many immigrants who would benefit the country, says a Daily Telegraph editorial.
The Lib Dem leader challenged us to change from a party of opposition to one capable of carrying the burdens of government, says Paddy Ashdown.
6. Cameron’s English lesson for the French president (Financial Times)
Circumstance demands a strategist, writes Philip Stephens. Hollande, like the British prime minister, looks too much the tactician.
7. What the court battle of the oligarchs says about Britain (Independent)
Why can someone shovel cash into the UK without any enquiry into its provenance, asks Mary Dejevsky.
8. Paralympics opening enlightened the world (Daily Telegraph)
The Paralympics opening ceremony showcased the individuality and ingenuity that continues to make our nation great, says Melvyn Bragg.
10. Cameron and Obama could soon be drowning in debt (Daily Telegraph)
The voters will not be placated for ever by governments that fail to deliver on their word, writes Fraser Nelson.