Politics 28 March 2013 Morning Call: pick of the papers The ten must-read comment pieces from this morning's papers. Sign up for our weekly email * Print HTML 1. David Miliband may be off, but his values still matter (Guardian) Losing the heir to Blair needn't mean a lurch to the left. His brother Ed knows Labour can only govern from the centre, writes Martin Kettle 2. Food is now the ultimate class signifier (Guardian) Poor people are being fobbed off with food stamps while the rest of us watch cookery shows and eat fancy ready-meals, writes Suzanne Moore 3. The 'reconfiguration' of London is akin to social cleansing (Guardian) Deliberate housing policies as well as high rents are driving those on low incomes out of London, changing its social fabric, writes Anna Minton 4.Cyprus crisis: why do we need banks at all? (Guardian) The eurozone will do all it can to protect the financial system, at the cost of tremendous social misery. Is there another way? asks Richard Seymour 5. Our NHS is in intensive care, and Labour’s treatment has to be bold (Telegraph) A Florence Nightingale image is not enough – the party must accept the need for real reform of the National Health Service, writes Mary Riddell 6. It’s not just school grades that parents buy (Telegraph) Sandie Shaw claims that today, she’d need a private education to make it as a star. Is she right? asks Harry Wallop 7. A Royal Charter for the British internet (Financial Times) The iPast shall consider effectiveness, fairness and objectivity, and dismiss them, writes John Gapper 8.Cyprus finds not all nations are equal (Financial Times) The interests of the eurozone’s large nations come first, says Christopher Pissarides 9. Personal banking, the eurozone way (Financial Times) Managers as well as bank customers are feeling the pressure, writes Robert Shrimsley 10. New York’s wonder shows planners’ limits (Financial Times) Unplanned social interactions are the key to vibrant cities and companies, writes John Kay › "King Vulture": a poem by Joe Dunthorne Subscribe from just £1 per issue More Related articles The problem with Theresa May's Brexit message is that isn't true Is Labour really as doomed as it seems? The polls have got it wrong before If the cuts are necessary, where's Philip Hammond's deficit target gone?