Politics 21 October 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. It’s mad to blame our housing crisis on 'blooming foreigners’ (Daily Telegraph) Talent and investment from abroad will help create jobs and build the homes we need, says Boris Johnson. 2. Stupid to think the Tea Party is brainless (Financial Times) The way to deal with the movement is not through ridicule but to understand its motivation – and the fact it is not finished yet, writes Edward Luce. 3. Saving the planet from short-termism will take man-on-the-moon commitment (Guardian) JFK's lunar vision is needed if business is to see the long-term benefits of greening the economy as well as the short-term costs, says Larry Elliott. 4. Nick Clegg is right to reject free schools (Guardian) Pushy parents who want to dictate how their child is educated should send them to private school, not set up a free one, says Melissa Kite. 5. Not being England isn’t a big enough vision for Scotland (Times) Independence must be more than just a left-wing project, says John McTernan. 6. Parliament has forsaken our liberty. Law is the last resort (Guardian) Who sanctioned the snatching powers of the secret state? Blair? Straw? David Miliband? It's ripe for judicial review, says Chris Huhne. 7. Critics of predatory energy firms must not conflate prices with investment (Independent) Consumers have every right to feel angered by price rises just announced, says an Independent editorial. 8. No to Leveson! A free press is vital to protect our rights and liberties (Independent) Press regulation will stifle local news even worse than national, says Nigel Farage. 9. This warrior nation welcomes foreign fighters (Times) At Trafalgar Nelson relied on outside help, writes Robert Crampton. The British Armed Forces always have. 10. A new dawn for nuclear power? (Daily Telegraph) Once Britain led the world in atomic energy, but decades of political dithering have left Chinese and French firms in the lead, says Michael Hanlon. › Alex Salmond's speech to the 2013 SNP conference - full text Subscribe from just £1 per issue More Related articles What the debate over troops on the streets is missing The problems with ending encryption to fight terrorism How long will general election campaigning be suspended after the Manchester attack?