Politics 13 July 2010 Web Only: the best of the blogs The five must-read blogs from today, on NHS rhetoric lessons, Scottish Tories and why Mandelson didn Sign up for our weekly email * Print HTML 1. Political rhetoric lessons for the NHS Remember when David Cameron promised that there would be no more "pointless reorganisations" of the NHS? Hopi Sen has the key quotes. 2. How Cameron can show more ♥ to his party At ConservativeHome, Tim Montgomerie blogs on the ten ways in which Team Cameron can build a deeper relationship with the Tory party. 3. Why Mandelson didn't answer the phone Peter Mandelson refused to take a call from Gordon Brown on the day of the Hoon/Hewitt coup attempt because he was furious with the PM for trying to water down a speech on the economy, says Gary Gibbon. 4. Might Scotland lose its only Tory MP already? The Tories' only Scottish MP, David Mundell, is in trouble over his campaign costs from the last election, reports SNP Tactical Voting. 5. Will education reform lead to a 21st-century tripartite? The Bleeding Heart Show's Neil Robertson considers the risk of Michael Gove's school reforms leading to a socially segregated education system. Subscription offer: Get 12 issues for just £12 PLUS a free copy of "The Idea of Justice" by Amartya Sen. › Ed Miliband says he shared an office with “the forces of hell” Subscribe from just £1 per issue More Related articles Tim Farron sacks former MP David Ward General election 2017: Why don't voters get more angry about public spending cuts? PMQs review: Theresa May signals she will scrap the state pension 'triple lock'