CommentPlus: pick of the papers

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

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1. Only Tories win from the student saga (Independent)

The coalition's decision to raise fees presents Labour with a nightmare policy dilemma, writes Steve Richards.

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2. These brilliant protests on tax-dodging can unite us all (Guardian)

Everyone is affected by tax dodgers, whose missing contributions could cover the deficit, says Polly Toynbee.

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3. Clegg's up to his neck. And so is Cameron (Times) (£)

Cameron has to decide whether he is a liberal Conservative or a patrician Tory, writes Rachel Sylvester.

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4. Clarke's justice revolution might not succeed – but it's worth a go (Daily Telegraph)

Mass incarceration is a luxury that Britain can no longer afford, argues Mary Riddell.

5. Forget Spooner, this was all about Freud (Independent)

James Naughtie unconsciously employed a sexual expression to dismiss his interviewee, says Jeremy Laurance.

6. No escape from Europe's debt woes (Financial Times)

The whole world has an interest in Europe escaping the financial labyrinth, writes Gideon Rachman.

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7. We still haven't woken up to how much poorer the west is going to be in the future (Daily Mail)

Those who thought the financial crisis of 2008 was over, the threats tamed, were simply wrong, says Max Hastings.

8. A fairer Britain (Financial Times)

Growth in the university population has done nothing to boost social mobility, writes Nick Clegg.

9. Cameron's hijacking of Nudge theory is a classic example of how big ideas get corrupted (Guardian)

David Cameron has taken potentially groundbreaking insights and robbed them of their political power, writes Aditya Chakrabortty.

10. Andrew Lansley's gamble with the nation's health (Independent)

The coalition's health reform revolution is unplanned and uninformed, warns an Independent leader.

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