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The five must-read posts from today, on Andrew Lansley, Domino's Pizza and the Daily Mail

1. Progressives need to do more to build support for asylum and immigration

Jill Rutter blogs at Left Foot Forward about new research that explodes myths about benefit-seeking refugees.

2. Cameron's friends show how to destroy the BBC

At Liberal Conspiracy, Septicisle blogs on cuts to the BBC proposed by the Policy Exchange think tank.

3. Burnham demands answers on Lansley/CareUK link

Paul Waugh publishes a letter from Andy Burnham to David Cameron about the Lansley conflict-of-interest debacle.

4. A pizza strategy for Labour?

Over at Coffee House, Alex Massie discusses what Labour can learn from Domino's Pizza, in a post that has caused quite a stir in the blogosphere.

5. Is Paul Dacre hiding a guilty secret that explains his deranged paper?

In the other internet sensation of today, Alastair Campbell -- provocative as ever -- wonders whether the Daily Mail editor is actually in love with him.

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