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The ten must-read comment pieces from this morning's papers.

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1. Greece has won Europe a respite – now it must use it (Financial Times)

It would be a mistake to provoke the final euro crisis, says Gideon Rachman.

2. Miliband’s anti-austerity alliance will fight for the European dream (Daily Telegraph)

With battle lines drawn across the ccontinent, Labour is hitching itself to François Hollande’s rising star, writes Mary Riddell.

3. Rio 2012: it's a make-or-break summit. Just like they told us at Rio 1992 (Guardian)

World leaders at Earth summits seem more interested in protecting the interests of plutocratic elites than our environment, says George Monbiot.

4. 'We’re mortgaging our children's future' (Daily Telegraph)

The older generation is piling up debt at the expense of the younger generation, argues Niall Ferguson.

5. Don’t copy America’s flawed democracy (Times) (£)

Europe, human rights and devolution are a slow assault on the British constitution, writes Jesse Norman. Lords reform will be next.

6. To end this impasse, let us tap Europe's vast wealth (Guardian)

Faced with a crisis almost as grave as war, social democrats must act in concert to end the toxic policies of austerity, writes Polly Toynbee.

7. Back to the 1930s: the hammer, sickle and swastika (Financial Times)

Extremism is in danger of taking hold in Greece, writes Aristides Hatzis.

8. Muddling through may just be our salvation (Independent)

Greece is the Jeremy Hunt of this crisis–remaining in place in order to protect more important players, writes Steve Richards.

9. Our only hope is to look beyond the EU (Daily Mail)

Countries such as China and India have booming markets we’ve neglected for far too long, says a Daily Mail editorial.

10. Greed is the reason your doctor won't see you on Thursday (Independent)

The public still sees doctors as life-savers, but no longer views them as under-rewarded, says Dominic Lawson.

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