The Staggers 26 August 2010 Web Only: the best of the blogs The five must-read blogs from today, including dirty tricks by the Taxpayers’ Alliance and the YouTu Sign UpGet the New Statesman's Morning Call email. Sign-up 1. Did you think Taxpayers' Alliance folks favour AV? Liberal Democrat Voice's Mark Pack reveals that the Yes2AV.org domain is registered to Matthew Elliott, the Taxpayers' Alliance head who is set to lead the No campaign. 2. Would any cuts be "progressive"? The FT's Jim Pickard points out that since cuts in public spending are regressive by definition, the whole idea of "progressive cuts" is an impossibility. 3. Balls accuses Milibands of "rerunning debates of the past" Will Straw blogs on Left Foot Forward's wide-ranging interview with the Labour leadership hopeful Ed Balls. 4. We're still in a paradox of thrift world Paul Krugman explains that not only does fiscal austerity raise unemployment, but it actually makes us poorer in the long run. 5. YouTube music videos go head-to-head over "Ground Zero mosque" Political Scrapbook looks at how the furious row over the so-called Ground Zero mosque is playing out online. › How much is your Labour leadership vote worth? Subscribe For daily analysis & more political coverage from Westminster and beyond subscribe for just £1 per month!