Politics 7 February 2012 Web Only: the best of the blogs The five must-read blogs from today, including why Cameron won't abandon his NHS reforms. Print HTML 1. David Cameron has shed too much blood to back down on health reform The PM met with Nick Clegg and Andrew Lansley yesterday, and they agreed to press on, reveals the Telegraph's Benedict Brogan. 2. Should Labour be doing better? The drift of Lib Dem support to Labour could yet prove enough for the party to win, says UK Polling Report's Anthony Wells. 3. Where has the pro-EU camp gone? Even Britain's pro-EU institutions have become increasingly Eurosceptic, notes Daniel Korski at Coffee House. 4. Blaming the Victims of Inequality Paul Krugman argues that the sudden fuss about values is a distraction from the issue of soaring incomes at the top. 5. More cutbacks mean more riots? At Next Left, Peter Taylor-Gooby says there is a direct link between the cuts and social disorder. › Charles Dickens: snapshots of a life Subscribe More Related articles Michael Gove's quiet revolution could transform prisoner education Q&A: What happened at Barnet's polling stations this morning? Is TTIP a threat or an opportunity?