Politics 14 April 2013 Morning Call: pick of the papers The ten must-read comment pieces from this morning's papers. Print HTML 1. Angelina Jolie is right (Sunday Express) It has long been known that rape is used as a weapon in war, an act that is part of a tactic rather than a consequence of conflict. 2. If Thatcher's revolution had truly saved us, why is Britain in such a mess today? (Observer) The claims made for Mrs Thatcher's transformative powers are grossly exaggerated. 3. As the liberal sneers persist, who now speaks for the Essex man? (Sunday Times) (£) Camilla Cavendish argues there is far less optimism for the would-be "self-made" Essex man now than in Thatcher's day. 4. Poverty food is the diet of choice. Our choice (Independent on Sunday) The West may take a fancy to recipes inspired by the peasant life, but those compelled to eat that way would marvel at our plenty. 5. Margaret Thatcher is dead. But someone has reinvented her life (Observer) So positive has been the media coverage of Baroness Thatcher's achievements, that I'm beginning to wonder if I imagined the entire 80s, writes Stuart Lee. 6. Thatcher's children have grown up. The world has changed since her time (Times) (£) This generation of politicians has its own path to tread, says Michael Gove. 7. What it will take to break up Britain (Scotland on Sunday) Iain McLean, Jim Gallagher and Guy Lodge preview their forthcoming book "Scotland's Choices". 8. Let's remember Maggie for what she really was ... a tragic failure (Mail on Sunday) Peter Hitchens lets readers know why he is not "a worshipper at the Thatcher Shrine". 9. Margaret Thatcher - the dogged climber who pulled the ladder up (Independent on Sunday) Baroness Thatcher did little to help less privileged women, believing the battle for women's rights had been won. She was talking about herself 10. Why David Cameron won't confront Ukip (Guardian) The Tories, doing less well than they should be, are running scared of challenging what Nigel Farage's crew stands for. › A band of brothers 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?