Politics 18 March 2013 Morning Call: pick of the papers The ten must-read comment pieces from this morning's papers. Print HTML 1. Savers across Europe will look on in horror at the Troika's raid on Cyprus (Guardian) It's now become clear: the threat to European savers and banks isn't anti-austerity parties but the Troika, writes Michael Burke. 2. Western meddling in Syria will only fuel the Sunni insurgency (Independent) British efforts to arm 'moderate' rebels reveal a lack of understanding of this complex civil war, writes Patrick Cockburn. 3. Leveson vote: no cause for hyperventilating (Guardian) There is much less at stake than anyone might guess from some of the discourse, says a Guardian editorial. Royal charter plus is a reasonable solution. 4. Only a gutter press can keep clean the gutters of public life (Daily Telegraph) Legislation to control newspapers threatens our global reputation for honest dealing, says Boris Johnson. 5. Europe cannot allow unfinished business to fester (Financial Times) In economic policy what is good for one is not good for all, says Lawrence Summers. 6. The Arab world must act – or face disaster (Times) (£) Unless the Gulf states stump up their share of aid, the refugee problem will fuel extremism across the region, says Tim Montgomerie. 7. If MPs seize the presses it is you who will lose out (Sun) We will suffer more bureaucracy and undiscovered corruption in public life without a free press, says Trevor Kavanagh. 8. If Iraq taught us anything, it's this... (Independent) Only when four vital tests have been met should we intervene in another state's affairs, but we can always help other than with arms, says Nick Clegg. 9. Is George 'too toxic' to survive the storm? (Daily Mail) Senior Tories say Wednesday’s Budget is his last throw of the dice as Chancellor, writes Peter McKay. 10. Dangers lurk in US permanent campaign (Financial Times) The journey from idealist to insider is now complete, writes Edward Luce. › Cyprus: has the eurozone run out of road? 12 issues for £12 Subscribe More Related articles I believe only Yvette Cooper has the breadth of support to beat Jeremy Corbyn To stop Jeremy Corbyn, I am giving my second preference to Andy Burnham What do Labour's lost voters make of the Labour leadership candidates?