1. Why the world faces climate chaos (Financial Times)
We will watch the rise in greenhouse gases until it is too late to do anything about it, writes Martin Wolf.
2. Will Ed Miliband be the Doctor Who of politics?  (Daily Telegraph)
Labour must decide its policy on welfare soon or be forced to dance to the Chancellor’s tune, says Mary Riddell.
3. A Tory-led Europe exit would unleash a carnival of reaction  (Guardian)
The nationalist right has long set the agenda, writes Seumas Milne. Labour should back a referendum and make the progressive case.
4. Which part of your manifesto is for real?  (Times)
Politicians will be pressed to say which of their promises are non-negotiable in the event of another coalition, writes Daniel Finkelstein.
5. Cameron and his party conspire to create a European shambles  (Daily Telegraph)
The Prime Minister’s concessions over the EU referendum have eroded his authority, says Iain Martin.
6. Data geeks are going to change the way we live  (Times)
Clever information will cut crime, reduce surgery costs and create billions of new wealth, says Stephan Shakespeare.
7. The UK could reshape the EU if it would only try (Financial Times)
Political leaders must show they want and expect to stay in the EU, writes Charles Grant.
8. This rebellion is Cameron's Maastricht. He should have seen it coming  (Guardian)
Every Tory leader should expect a revolt over Europe, writes Melissa Kite. But this time the rebels' anger goes much deeper.
9. Afghan exit - or is it a very long goodbye?  (Daily Mail)
The US appetite for interference on a global scale continues to unsettle the world, writes Andrew Alexander.
10. The awful prevalence of grooming gangs  (Independent)
Such crimes would be distressing enough in isolation, says an Independent editorial. What is worse is that the authorities could have done something about them so much earlier.