Politics 17 March 2010 Web Only: the best of the blogs The five must-read blogs from today, on climate change, abortions and health care. Sign up for our weekly email * Print HTML 1. Miliband ads "don't go far enough", says Green leader Left Foot Forward's Shamik Das reports that the Green Party leader, Caroline Lucas, has said that the climate-change ads banned today actually understate the danger of global warming. 2. Now the Poles are nicking our abortions Over at Liberal Conspiracy, Unity debunks the Daily Express's latest scaremongering anti-foreigner headline. How many Polish women really have come to the UK for an abortion? Not many. 3. Past elections and stock-market jitters The FT's Alex Barker posts a chart of reactions by the financial markets to the past nine elections. After the 1974 election produced a hung parliament, UK equities plunged by 18 per cent. 4. Demons and demonisation Those who attack Barack Obama for "demonising" insurance companies ignore that they do, in fact, commit many sins, writes Paul Krguman. 5. Cameron -- back to the heir to Blair? Over at Independent Minds, Michael Savage says that David Cameron's PMQs tactics are increasingly reminiscent of Tony Blair's. Sign up now to CommentPlus for the pick of the day's opinion, comment and analysis in your inbox at 8am. › BA strike: can Brown call in a favour from his old friend? Subscribe from just £1 per issue More Related articles Jeremy Corbyn speech on terrorism and foreign policy: full text Why the Tories' falling poll lead is believable Are the Conservatives trying to change the rules of politics so they never lose again?