At PoliticalBetting, Mike Smithson says that the Tories will need a lead of 11.2 per cent to win a majority at the next election.
Liberal Conspiracy's Sunny Hundal draws attention to an outlandish claim made by the Telegraph columnist Melanie McDonagh: that David Blunkett would have limited immigration had he been able "to see what was happening".
ConservativeHome reports on John McDonnell's claim that he would like to revisit the 1980s and "assassinate Thatcher".
Policy differences between the Labour leadership candidates are beginning to come to light. Paul Waugh discusses a difference of opinion between Andy Burnham and Ed Balls.
The coalition has chosen to preserve perks for the elderly at the expense of everyone else, says the FT's Alex Barker.