1. Medieval, barbaric — a woman’s death to shame even the Pope (Sunday Times) (£)
India Knight on the tragic death of Savita Halappanavar.
Politicians and the media share some of the responsibility for low turnouts, but the public is guilty too, writes Andrew Rawnsley.
3. Ed Miliband is facing his Clause Four moment (Sunday Telegraph)
The Labour leader’s remarks are not a conversion to Euroscepticism, writes Matthew D'Ancona.
4. Need help? Call in the wedge wizard (Sunday Times) (£)
David Cameron has arrived at his Thatcher moment, says Martin Ivens.
5. Things must be bad when even Gove disagrees (Independent on Sunday)
Almost invisibly, collective ministerial responsibility has broken down, says John Rentoul.
6. And now, without the aid of a safety net, it's Dave on the EU high-wire! (Mail on Sunday)
Europe will dominate British politics this week, says James Forsyth.
MPs who want to reward marriage through tax are expressing their unreasonable horror of the many who don't conform, says Catherine Bennett.
8. We’re heading for economic dictatorship (Sunday Telegraph)
The whole of the West is falling into the economic black hole of permanent no-growth, says Janet Daley.
Afghanistan is not worth the life of one more British soldier, writes Peter Hitchens.
10. Back to basics for the BBC (Independent on Sunday)
We should focus on accountability, or, rather, the lack of it, says Janet Street-Porter.