Politics 2 August 2011 Web Only: the best of the blogs The five must-read blogs from today, including why the coalition's cuts are deeper and faster than t Print HTML 1. Coalition cuts are deeper and faster than Tea Party's Left Foot Forward's Will Straw publishes data showing that the UK's deficit reduction will be 6.6 per cent by 2015/16, compared to 2.2 per cent in the US. 2. More than 2,000 charities and community groups face cuts False Economy publishes research showing that charities face net funding reductions of more than £110m this year. 3. The IMF manages to please everyone Coffee House's Peter Hoskin explains why George Osborne, Vince Cable, Ed Balls and Mervyn King can all take heart from the IMF's assessment of the British economy. 4. Why is William Hague so popular? At FT Westminster, Kiran Stacey gives four reasons why the Foreign Secretary is the most popular cabinet minister. 5. Is David Davis planning a second resignation? PoliticalBetting's Mike Smithson says that David Davis could leave the Commons to stand for election as the police commissioner of Humberside. › Counter-terrorism versus Counter-subversion 12 issues for £12 Subscribe More Related articles I believe only Yvette Cooper has the breadth of support to beat Jeremy Corbyn To stop Jeremy Corbyn, I am giving my second preference to Andy Burnham What do Labour's lost voters make of the Labour leadership candidates?