Web Only: the best of the blogs
The five must-read blogs from today, on spending cuts, the Milibands and Labour tribalism.
As the coalition's spending cuts hit a range of local projects, Gary Gibbon wonders how Lib Dem MPs will appease their constituents.
Paul Waugh reports that the Treasury asked broadcasters to sign a written legal agreement that they would not ask any questions when the OBR made its announcement early this week.
Political Betting's Mike Smithson asks whether David Cameron was right to jump on the bandwagon and comment on the appearance of the Miliband brothers.
The Telegraph's Janet Daley outlines how the BP head Tony Hayward changed his language in an effort to win over the American public.
Luke Akehurst responds to Neal Lawson's piece in last week's New Statesman, arguing that there is nothing wrong with putting the Labour Party first and being loyal to it.