Politics 20 July 2013 Morning Call: pick of the papers The ten must-read comment pieces from this morning's papers. Print HTML 1. The scandal of millions not paid enough to live on (Observer) Archbishop of York John Sentamu takes a stand on low wages. 2. Parliament needs to wake up about banking (Sunday Telegraph) Liam Halligan wonders how vital reform of the financial sector has been shunted into the political silly season. 3. Ignore the hype, Britain's recovery is a fantasy (Observer) A pitiful rise in GDP is nothing to celebrate. The economy is weak and dysfunctional, says Will Hutton. 4. The Tories are smiling but their problems haven't gone away (Observer) Andrew Rawnsley finds Conservatives lurching from extreme despair to irrational exuberance. 5. On Trident, we're still fighting the Cold War (Independent on Sunday) Danny Alexander restates the Lib Dem position of nuclear deterrance-lite, although he doesn't call it that. 6. David Cameron, social reformer, takes on the web pornographers (Sunday Telegraph) Matthew D'Ancona casts the Prime Minister as a moral crusader for the digital age. 7. David Cameron listens to Sam. Pity he won't give more women jobs. (Observer) Gender descrimination is rife at Westminster, writes Catherine Bennett. 8. Google is a good target for Ed Miliband, Lynton Crosby isn't (Independent on Sunday) Pick fights with people the voters have heard of, advises John Rentoul. 9. The Crosby show rekindles Tory fighting spirit (Sunday Times) Adam Boulton joins the chorus of admiration for the galvanising powers of David Cameron's campaign strategist ... 10. The scandal of David Cameron's new spin doctor (Sunday Mirror) ... while John Prescott is unimpressed. › Laurie Penny on welfare: The BBC is colluding in the government’s attack on benefit claimants Subscribe More Related articles Metro mayors can help Labour return to government How the Brexit referendum has infantilised British politics Vote Leave have won two referendums. Can they win a third?