At Left Foot Forward, Joy Johnson says that Ofcom's plan to force Sky to drop the price it charges rival broadcasters for its sports channels will test the strength of the unholy alliance between David Cameron and Rupert Murdoch.
UK Polling Report's Anthony Wells responds to Julian Glover's Guardian article and says that he expects the polls, as in 2005, to predict the correct result.
On the Wall Street Journal blogs, Iain Martin says that the Tories need to make it clear that hiring the best graduates as teachers involves accepting bigger class sizes.
Jim Pickard of the FT's Westminster blog reveals that at least 50 Tory candidates are gathering this afternoon to pose for photographs with David Cameron for their campaign literature. The story is another sign of the party's overdependence on Cameron, he says.
Over at LabourList, Michael Calderbank says that Labour would gain, not lose seats, under the Alternative Vote system.