Morning Call: pick of the papers
The ten must-read comment pieces from this morning's papers.
1. Labour's line in the sand on benefits (Guardian)
Ed Miliband knows that this is not the politics or economics of one nation, writes Ruth Lister.
2. The cowardice at the heart of our relationship with Israel (Daily Telegraph)
The Tories’ shameful reluctance to criticise Tel Aviv is putting any hope of peace at risk, says Peter Oborne.
3. Osborne should heed Carney’s message (Financial Times)
The new BoE governor will bring change, but not all of it welcome, says Chris Giles.
4. Toleration is the thread binding our tapestry (Times) (£)
Gay marriage, women bishops, immigration – the country is changing, says David Aaronovitch. But that won’t harm our proudest tradition.
5. The church has blown it. England's ticked that box (Guardian)
If it still nurses the dream of being the keeper of the nation's conscience, it's going to have to become more like the nation, writes Zoe Williams.
6. Philippines pays price for climate inaction (Financial Times)
In human casualty terms, typhoon Bopha is almost five times worse than hurricane Sandy, writes David Pilling.
The mouthpieces representing Mrs Miller and David Cameron have blown the myth that politicians are innocent victims of a feral press, says Trevor Kavanagh.
8. Finucane lays bare the amoral face of Britain (Independent)
Here were army, police and MI5 officers coolly deciding who should live and die, says an Independent leader.
The census captures Britain's diversity, writes Suzanne Moore. Now how about changing a few key institutions to reflect the country's makeup?
10. Sir Jeremy’s Civil Service just isn’t working (Daily Telegraph)
The messy decision to split the top job has caused chaos among Whitehall’s mandarins, writes Sue Cameron.