Left Foot Forward's Will Straw fisks Fraser Nelson's attack on Chuka Umunna MP and challenges the Speccie editor's claim that the Budget was "progressive" and "unavoidable".
Asa Bennett points out a piece of political sleight-of-hand at Total Politics -- Andrew Lansley's much-lauded scrapping of targets seems to have ushered in a new era of goals.
Luke Akehurst says that an elected Labour chair would be of no value, and calls for the post to be abolished.
Over at Liberal Conspiracy, Dave Osler rejects claims that a forthcoming film in which Meryl Streep portrays a dementia-stricken Margaret Thatcher is simply a "left-wing fantasy".
On the Channel 4 World News blog, Jonathan Rugman argues that recent tension over BP could allow the critical distance needed to form a pragmatic, not fawning, relationship with the US.