Show Hide image Politics 25 February 2014 Morning Call: pick of the papers The ten must-read comment pieces from this morning's papers. Print HTML 1. This is no recovery, this is a bubble – and it will burst (Guardian) With policymakers unwilling to introduce tough regulation, we're heading for trouble, says Ha-Joon Chang. 2. A battle over Ukraine can be avoided (Financial Times) To stop the country being torn apart its fate must be decided by the Ukrainian people, writes Gideon Rachman. 3. Mrs Merkel can’t give Cameron what he needs (Times) Germany’s Chancellor lacks the political freedom to agree the kind of renegotiation Tory Eurosceptics hunger for, says Rachel Sylvester. 4. Why are Eurosceptics still so gloomy? (Independent) Those who insisted Britain must not join the euro have achieved all that they wanted, writes Steve Richards. 5. David Cameron’s election gamble could electrify British politics (Daily Telegraph) A "no deals" promise would be a rallying cry to the right, says Benedict Brogan. 6. Dear Rebecca Adlington, they're the ugly ones (Guardian) This is my message to the best British swimmer of her generation, writes Laurie Penny. If you've had a "nose shrink", it's OK. I've got your back. 7. Cameron must not dampen this Eurosceptic momentum (Guardian) If Alternative für Deutschland wants to join the Tories in Europe, it should be allowed to, no matter what Merkel thinks, says Paul Goodman. 8. We misjudge Merkel’s vim for EU reform (Financial Times) The real error is to overrate her capacity to deliver change, even if she wanted it, says Janan Ganesh. 9. Salmond has to answer some serious questions (Daily Telegraph) Scotland's First Minister is uncomfortable confronting certain policy areas, but they need to be addressed, says a Telegraph editorial. 10. Piers Morgan did gun control more harm than good (Times) In the US, weapons co-exist with a peacefulness that puts Britain to shame, says Justin Webb. › The mindfulness racket: the evangelists of unplugging might just have another agenda Subscribe More Related articles Michael Gove's quiet revolution could transform prisoner education Q&A: What happened at Barnet's polling stations this morning? Is TTIP a threat or an opportunity?