Morning Call: pick of the papers
The ten must-read comment pieces from this morning's papers.
30 years of widening inequality have built a Tory Narnia riven by distrust, writes Zoe Williams. It doesn't have to be like this.
2. The PM's critics are wrong. He’s on the verge of something great (Daily Telegraph)
A revolution is under way in health, welfare and education that may change Britain forever, says Peter Oborne.
Once I proclaimed ‘no platform for fascists’, writes David Aaronovitch. Now I can see that toleration is a far more potent weapon.
4. We need a nuclear deterrent more than ever (Daily Telegraph)
A credible and continuous independent nuclear deterrent remains a crucial component of our national security, argues David Cameron.
5. Trident: the nuclear jobcentre (Guardian)
Treating Trident as an employment scheme will leave Britain ill equipped for the real threat: terrorism, says Richard Norton-Taylor.
6. Gove and the unions are betraying our children (Independent)
Their noisy debate leaves parents aghast at what awaits our children in the classroom, writes Jane Merrick.
7. Cleaner politics in France (Financial Times)
Hollande’s move to raise standards is overdue, says an FT editorial.
8. Real Time Information may be a reform too far (Daily Telegraph)
Whitehall’s record does not fill us with confidence that a major IT reform to the PAYE system will be handled well, says a Telegraph editorial.
9. Financial reform is coming to America (Financial Times)
It is no longer in the interests of Obama’s critics to delay, writes Barney Frank.
10. Don't make a martyr of Bradley Manning (Guardian)
The US should be a beacon of justice, not a bully, writes PJ Crowley. Any further pursuit of Manning is a propaganda gift to the country's enemies.