Politics 27 January 2010 Web Only: the best of the blogs The five must-read posts from today, on Chilcot, Boris Johnson and economic growth Sign up for our weekly email * Print HTML 1. Could the Iraq inquiry pass judgement on the legality of war? Gary Gibbon considers the scope of the Chilcot inquiry. 2. Which party will benefit from fragile economic growth? The economy is still likely to be in the doldrums on polling day, says Michael White. How will voters hedge their collective bet? 3. If Boris is too busy for the police, where does he find time to write his £250k Telegraph column? The title says it all, really. Shamik Das considers the matter at Left Foot Forward. 4. Is it time to allow broadcast bias? Hopi Sen blogs on the disjunction between regulation of print and broadcast media. 5. Airbrushed Cameron to eclipse dog-whistling Howard? Political Scrapbook posts the latest graffitied Cameron poster. Follow the New Statesman team on Twitter. › Should Tories be called to the Iraq inquiry? Subscribe More Related articles Labour picks Gillian Troughton to fight Copeland by-election Labour can be populist and English without copying Donald Trump As Donald Trump once asked, how do you impeach a President?