The ten must-read pieces from this morning's newspapers.
1. Labour must draw the sting from welfare, or lose in 2015  (Guardian)
4. Jay-Z, rapper with a sporting goal (Financial Times)
Behind the feints and boasts lies a great capitalist story, writes Ludovic Hunter-Tilney
5. History is leaving welfare state behind (Financial Times)
British parties that take comfort in tired attitudes will be dumped, writes Janan Ganesh
6. Google revolution isn’t worth our privacy (Financial Times)
This is a future we would be wise to avoid, writes Evgeny Morozov
7. A gloriously crude topless 'jihad' from a Femen activist  (Guardian)
Femen deserve the support the Arab spring got. They're giving patriarchy – and mealy-mouthed relativists – a kick up the arse, writes Jonathan Jones
9. "Relegation might be best for my club" (Independent)
Sunderland needs this new manager like a hole in the head, writes Chris Mullin.
Restore arts at the BBC to their former glory, writes David Lister.