1. Our British democracy is a presidential system - minus the President (Independent)
Cameron is only the latest Prime Minister to be in intense trouble, but this new pressure on a single individual makes being presidential almost impossible, writes Steve Richards.
2. Noise and truths in the IMF’s verdict (Financial Times)
Forget about fiscal policy – the urgent task is fixing the banks, says an FT editorial.
3. Why do these Tories think they can rule on marriage? (Guardian)
The antis in this week's vote think our sex lives are their business – yet Boris Johnson seems to escape without censure, writes Zoe Williams.
David Cameron understands that two-party politics is over, writes David Aaronovitch. If his party hates this, then it’s not fit to govern.
5. Interpol: fighting for truth and justice, or helping the villains? (Daily Telegraph)
This famous police force is being used by vicious despots to pursue their political enemies, says Peter Oborne.
6. Hard to build an ‘anyone but China’ club (Financial Times)
The unstated aim of the Trans-Pacific Partnership is a deal to bar the second-largest economy, says David Pilling.
7. We should turn Britain into a tax haven (Times)
Rather than bash wealth-generating companies we should attract them by cutting and simplifying tax, argues Mark Littlewood.
When the haves get worried not only about their futures but also those of their kids, the have-nots are really doomed, says Suzanne Moore.
This ruling is a huge boost to an open society, writes Stephen Glover.
10. The laws of the land aren’t fit for purpose (Daily Telegraph)
Efforts to clarify our complex, intimidating system of legislation are long overdue, writes Sue Cameron.