Politics 15 October 2012 Morning Call: pick of the papers The ten must-read comment pieces from this morning's papers. Print HTML 1. The world is stuck in a vicious cycle (Financial Times) Without a full course of treatment, the economic patient risks relapse, writes Lawrence Summers. 2. Andrew Mitchell should be gone by Wednesday (Guardian) David Cameron can't sit this one out, says Jackie Ashley. The 'pleb' row has changed how voters see his party and is turning into a calamity. 3. BAE Systems, arms traders, and how the sordid greed of some of our rulers knows no bounds (Independent) We will never be able to challenge the hold of British arms companies until their links with the establishment are severed, says Owen Jones. 4. Go for the common ground, not the centre (Times) (£) You can be Eurosceptic and still love the NHS, writes Tim Montgomerie. The Tories can win if they say so. 5. Occupy was right – all the church could say was 'go home' (Guardian) When the protest began exactly one year ago, the Church of England should also have been angry about the financial crisis, writes Giles Fraser. 6. Don’t honour a Brussels office block – give the Nobel to Maggie (Daily Telegraph) Britain’s former prime minister has done far more than the EU to foster peace in Europe, argues Boris Johnson. 7. George Osborne is still in denial over his failing strategy (Guardian) The IMF's downgrade of its forecast for Britain shows how reckless it is for the chancellor to press on with austerity, says Ed Balls. 8. Too many wrongs made by a Wright over Hillsborough (Sun) Four crucial witnesses may never have spoken publicly about the deceit peddled to them by South Yorkshire Police, writes Trevor Kavanagh. 9. Mexico is forgotten story of US election (Financial Times) Americans only think of their neighbour as a law and order problem, says Edward Luce. 10. Will Murdoch move backfire on top Tory? (Daily Mail) It defies belief that Maria Miller has not distanced herself from the Murdoch clan, writes Andrew Pierce. › Quote of the Day Subscribe More Related articles Hillary Clinton can take down the Donald Trump bogeyman - but she's up against the real thing The murder of fearless journalist Pavel Sheremet must be solved - but Ukraine needs more Which CLPs are nominating who in the 2016 Labour leadership contest?