Politics 10 March 2010 Web Only: the best of the blogs The five must-read blogs from today, on the Budget date, Cameron in Vanity Fair, and a Lib Dem coali Sign up for our weekly email * Print HTML 1. Why did Brown leave the Budget so late? The Orange Party says the reason it took Gordon Brown so long to announce the date of the Budget is that it also gives away the date of the election. 2. Hague attempts to woo Europe as Americans voice concerns William Hague is insisting that a Tory government wouldn't "pick a fight" with Europe to offset US concern about the party's foreign policy, reports Left Foot Forward's Shamik Das. 3. PMQs -- The Speaker has the best line John Bercow's put-down to an unruly Tory backbencher -- "Your heckling is as boring as it is boorish" -- was a classic, says the FT's Westminster blog. 4. David Cameron rejects "left or right" political labels Andrew Sparrow picks out the highlights of Vanity Fair's profile of David Cameron, in which Ed Vaizey says the Tory leader is "much more conservative by nature than he acts". 5. Five reasons Nick Clegg should rule out a coalition now The Lib Dem position in the event of a hung parliament has been the subject of much speculation. Stephen Tall at Liberal Democrat Voice puts forward the arguments in favour of an unambiguous statement that the party would not enter a coalition with either Labour or the Tories. Sign up now to CommentPlus for the pick of the day's opinion, comment and analysis in your inbox at 8am. › Twitter's 16 million silent voices Subscribe from just £1 per issue More Related articles Let's talk about Daniel Hannan, Donald Trump and Adolf Hitler To the Commonwealth, "Global Britain" sounds like nostalgia for something else Is defeat in Stoke the beginning of the end for Paul Nuttall?