Politics 25 November 2012 Morning Call: pick of the papers Ten must-read comment pieces from this morning's papers. Print HTML Why I, as a journalist and ex-editor, believe it is time to regulate the press (Observer) Will Hutton gives his support to the forthcoming Leveson report. Despite the sabre-rattling, an attack on Iran is now unlikely (Independent on Sunday) Patrick Cockburn explains why it's now too late for Israel to destroy Iran's nuclear facilities. Gaza grabs the headlines as Congo once more descends into chaos (Observer) Ian Birrell calls for the world to pay more attention to the rebel takeover of Goma. The first law of social work: politics trumps parental love (Sunday Times) (£) Minette Marin comments on the recent case of social workers removing a child from foster parents who were members of UKIP. Unlike Europe, the Tories can bind together (Sunday Telegraph) Janet Daley excoriates the European governing class. I see one last, if faint, hope for a truly free British press (Sunday Telegraph) Matthew D'Ancona argues that Cameron should offer the press "one last chance". Why Dave doesn't give a hoot about the EU budget (Independent on Sunday) John Rentoul argues that Cameron is right to pursue a "wait-and-see" policy on Europe. David Cameron's boldness over Europe does him credit (Sunday Telegraph) Iain Martin praises Cameron's tough stance during the EU budget negotiations. Houdini Dave can slip the Leveson trap (Sunday Times) (£) Martin Ivens calls for a voluntary regulatory arrangement among newspapers. Buck up Britain - regrets are mere whinges (Sunday Times) (£) India Knight says she has no time in life for regrets. › Morning Call: pick of the papers Subscribe More Related articles Peter Mandelson: I pray every day for an early election to end Labour's awful state Jeremy Corbyn to tell Labour: "Prepare for a 2017 general election" What will Labour's new awkward squad do next?