Morning Call: pick of the papers
The ten must-read comment pieces from this morning's papers.
Andrew Rawnsley finds important diplomatic lessons in the last Tory Prime Minister's record of Brussels negotiations.
2. A civil servant too effective for his own good (Independent on Sunday)
Cabinet Secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood is a formidable operator, says John Rentoul. No wonder he has so many enemies ...
3. Jeremy's still king of Whitehall, but is his crown slipping? (Mail on Sunday)
... while James Forsyth detects chinks in the Cabinet Secretary's famously formidable armour.
4. No more Mr Tough Guy - enter Obama the peacemaker (Sunday Times)
Andrew Sullivan sees signs of a new radicalism in White House foreign policy.
5. Uncertainty of independence can't be wished away (Scotland on Sunday)
Scotland Secretary Michael Moore MP rules out negotiations on a contingency plan for independence before a referendum.
6. Cameron gives the game away (Independent on Sunday)
Leading article slams the Prime Minister for abandoning the national interest with a reckless European policy.
7. Face it, we only matter to Obama as part of the EU (Sunday Telegraph)
Peter Oborne finds the founding myth of the Atlanticist Tory party in tatters.
Will Hutton sees the ugly side of UK capitalism neatly expressed in the Premier League.
9. Now it's loss of faith in justice that needs fixing (Sunday Telegraph)
The Savile affair exposes grim inadequacy at the heart of the system, writes Matthew D'Ancona.
10. Chilcot's continuing silence on Iraq is an affront to us all (Observer)
Catherine Bennett wonders how the truth about the decision to go to war is still so hard to come by 10 years on.
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