Politics 25 May 2010 Web Only: the best of the blogs The five must-read blogs from today, on Cameron’s cock-ups, Ken Clarke and Diane Abbott. Sign up for our weekly email * Print HTML 1. Cameron can't blame anyone else for failures in party management Iain Martin says that the 1922 debacle is further evidence of David Cameron's limited political nous. 2. Where will the opposition to these laws come from? With Labour and the unions otherwise engaged, opposition to the coalition's legislative programme might come from a surprising quarter, says the Guardian's Patrick Wintour. 3. The 23 Lib Dem policies included in this year's Queen's Speech Liberal Democrat Voice picks out the Lib Dem policies that will form part of the coming year's legislative programme. 4. Ken Clarke isn't a royal rebel Paul Waugh explains why Ken Clarke, not known for his anti-monarchist views, turned his back on the Queen after the Gracious Speech today. 5. Abbott emerges as most popular Labour candidate Sunny Hundal reports on a poll showing that Diane Abbott is the most popular Labour leadership candidate among voters. Special offer: get 12 issues of the New Statesman for just £5.99 plus a free copy of "Liberty in the Age of Terror" by A C Grayling. › Why the debt hysterics have got it wrong Subscribe from just £1 per issue More Related articles Douglas Carswell leaves Ukip to become independent MP Labour is a pioneer in fighting sexism. That doesn't mean there's no sexism in Labour Why isn't Labour putting forward Corbynite candidates?