Politics 2 February 2012 Web Only: the best of the blogs The five must-read blogs from today, including why No. 10 doesn't forecast a Tory majority. Print HTML 1. Number 10 don't forecast Tory majority ConservativeHome's Tim Montgomerie explains why Downing Street thinks another coalition remains is very likely and even desirable after the next election. 2. Why won't ministers speak up for David Cameron? Senior ministers are refusing to take to the airwaves to put the government's case, reveals the Telegraph's Benedict Brogan 3. Unfortunately, more cuts won't help Labour in the polls It is hopelessly optimistic to believe that Labour will benefit as the full force of Osborne's austerity programme is felt, says Sunny Hundal at Liberal Conspiracy. 4. Why thuggery cuts both ways in Egypt Only when the military step down can Eygpt's problems really be addressed, says Jonathan Rugman at Channel 4. 5. Why women (including me) say 'no' to Question Time Question Time is dispiriting, exhausting and exasperating, says Janet Daley. › Card-carrying Catholics Subscribe from £1 a week Subscribe More Related articles The BBC's Question Time shows how narrow our establishment really is Michael Gove's quiet revolution could transform prisoner education Q&A: What happened at Barnet's polling stations this morning?