Politics 15 December 2012 Morning Call: pick of the papers The ten must-read comment pieces from this morning's papers. Print HTML 1. Raise a glass to gay marriage – all our lives are better for it (Guardian) The journey from section 28 to same-sex weddings has been truly radical and rapid – it can be a model for progressive change, writes Jonathan Freedland. 2. How Blair conned the Tory party into selling its soul (Daily Mail) The Conservatives have ended up looking and sounding like a poor imitation of New Labour, says Simon Heffer. 3. Monetary Mandate (Times) (£) The Bank of England’s remit of price stability is too narrow, argues a Times leader. It should target growth as well as inflation. 4. MPs: get back to the day job (Guardian) Our politicians should spend less time in select committees, and more in the chamber of the house, argues Geoffrey Wheatcroft. 5. Cameron shouldn’t fear the EU wolf (Financial Times) Tory detractors fail to take account of their leader’s radicalism, says Michael Portillo. 6. Gay marriage is not a conservative choice (Daily Telegraph) David Cameron’s proposals for gay marriage show that he hasn’t thought very hard about it, says Charles Moore. 7. The real James Bond needs policing (Independent) The security services have been used in ways that contradict all that Britain holds dear, says an Independent editorial. 8. We'll hunt down the tax avoiders (Guardian) There should be no hiding place for the proceeds of crime, corruption and tax dodging, writes Vince Cable. 9. State of the unions – getting weaker (Financial Times) Michigan’s right-to-work law marks a shift in the political landscape, writes Christopher Caldwell. 10. The seeds of another GM row are sown (Daily Telegraph) Owen Paterson's outburst at opponents of genetically modified crops and foods seems set to revive a decade-old war, writes Geoffrey Lean. › So You Like British Comics. Where Next? Subscribe More Related articles Metro mayors can help Labour return to government How the Brexit referendum has infantilised British politics Vote Leave have won two referendums. Can they win a third?