Morning Call: pick of the papers
The ten must-read comment pieces from this morning's papers.
1. Why Europe is floundering (Guardian)
Its architects envisioned the EU as a model for the world, but current dogma will achieve the opposite, writes John Gray.
2. Why the Tories are ready to risk detonating the Brussels bomb (Daily Telegraph)
Withdrawal from the EU has changed from being a fringe view to mainstream opinion, writes Peter Oborne.
3. Behold, we have a new Sir Humphrey Appleby (Times) (£)
The Attorney-General’s specious reasons for not publishing Prince Charles’s letters are beyond parody, says David Aaronovitch.
4. The Prince of Wales must be free to give his opinions (Daily Telegraph)
Any minister will tell you that the confidence of the Crown is vital for the system to work, writes Jack Straw.
5. The Treasury doesn't know best (Guardian)
Labour rightly wants to reform over-mighty markets, writes David Miliband. But the state also needs to fundamentally change.
6. How much has austerity really cost? (Financial Times)
The contribution of severe deficit reduction is worthy of debate, says Chris Giles.
7. Banning teams is the way to tackle football racism (Independent)
Now is Uefa's chance to send an unequivocal message that there is no place for racism in football, says an Independent leader.
8. Watch out Westminster – council politics just got sexy (Guardian)
We may think we live in a centralised state, but decisions made by local authorities have real impact on our lives, says Zoe Williams.
9. This glimmer of hope could be far brighter (Daily Mail)
George Osborne should be doing far more to help firms seize the chances opening up to them, says a Daily Mail editorial.
10. Malala paid dearly for claiming her right (Financial Times)
Countries that fail to educate females cause themselves incalculable damage, writes David Pilling.