Sexual harassment is all about who has the power, writes Polly Toynbee. And what women hear from the Lib Dems – yet again – is "not you".
2. Miliband’s mysterious aversion to public sector reform (Financial Times)
The Labour leader’s case for competition just happens to stop at the boundaries of the state, writes Janan Ganesh.
The International Labour Organisation has identified a rapid growth of 'the developing middle class' – a group earning between $4 and $13 a day, writes Paul Mason.
A long-term peace deal will have to take place, and it will take place with Iranian involvement, writes Kim Sengupta.
5. All of England should become a bit Scottish (Times)
If Yorkshire, the Midlands and the South West want to be free of London’s domination they should emulate Holyrood, says Hugo Rifkind.
6. Rennard won’t budge. The world moves on (Times)
Public opinion has become more enlightened about gender equality, as the Lib Dem fiasco unintentionally shows, says Rachel Sylvester.
7. George Osborne’s Whack-a-Mole tactic is denying Labour any advantage (Daily Telegraph)
The Conservative high command is focusing its 2015 campaign on neutralising the enemy, writes Benedict Brogan.
8. Get ready, the indispensable Americans are pulling back (Financial Times)
The rest of the world is adjusting to an emerging political and security vacuum, writes Gideon Rachman.
The term "sexual harassment" is part of the problem with this saga, writes Steve Richards.
10. Don’t mislead us about our medical records (Daily Telegraph)
The NHS wants us to hand over our personal health details – yet it cannot guarantee anonymity, writes Philip Johnston.