The ten must-read comment pieces from this morning's papers.
The Chancellor must find £48bn in extra spending cuts or tax rises to meet his main deficit target.
Gay marriage is right and we must support it if we want to win, Chancellor tells the Tories.
Source close to Clegg insists "election will be on old boundaries".
Harriet Harman on the BBC and its enemies.
Where they're being held, who's standing and why we're electing commissioners at all.
Removing the vital lifeline that the benefit provides will lead to a surge in hardship and homelessness.
Keeping the moribund review alive is part of a wider strategic game of coalition negotiation.
Recognising the importance of human relationships could revolutionise public services.
The corporation has exposed itself to the charge of "rewarding failure".
Boris Johnson on the Newsnight scandal.
While long-term unemployment has soared, referrals to the Work Programme have halved.
The Education Secretary's misleading claim that the UK has plummeted down the international league tables.
How the PM responded to being shown a list of three Tories accused of involvement.
Osborne's dogmatism will keep Britain hooked on expensive foreign imports and do nothing to tackle high fuel bills.
After being accused of running an "old Etonian" elite, the appointment of an Eton-educated Archbishop is awkward for Cameron.
Angela Merkel on Britain leaving the EU.
It would be a mistake to regard the result as a sweeping endorsement of the Obama presidency.
How the Tories have embraced “Gove modernisation, not husky modernisation”.
Mayor of London says the Tories should "push the boat out, break the piggy bank, kill the fatted calf" to secure the services of his campaign manager.
The Deputy PM shouted himself hoarse as he defended the coalition's economic record.
With whites now accounting for only 72 per cent of the electorate, the party's election strategy is bust.
Including, how the Democrats have won the popular vote in five of the last six elections.
The US president owes his victory to his political machine, not his campaign strategy.
"I believe we can seize this future together because we are not as divided as our politics suggests."
US president wins decisive re-election after securing key swing states.
The US and its allies should take a much harder look at our partners against the Taliban.
Labour MP says inquiry into allegations involving a senior Conservative politician is "the next stage of a cover-up".
The opinion polls have hardened in favour of the President in the last days of the campaign.
Tory MP will claim her monthly salary of £5,478 while she competes on I’m A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!