The Staggers 26 May 2011 Web Only: the best of the blogs The five must-read blogs from today, including Vince Cable, NHS reform and Ed Miliband’s wedding. Sign UpGet the New Statesman's Morning Call email. Sign-up 1. Cable's punditry could come unstuck The Spectator's Peter Hoskin says recent history shows why Vince Cable is wrong to assume that UK inflation will fall back to target levels within the next two years. 2. Clinton's warning Bill Clinton is worried that the Democrats will fail to convey a sense of urgency about the budget deficit, says Ian Leslie at Marbury. 3. The Guardians of Oxbridge Paul Waugh reports that the Guardian's readers' editor has emailed all staff asking whether they attended Oxford and Cambridge. 4. Has Clegg ambushed Lansley on the NHS bill? Liberal Conspiracy's Sunny Hundal notes that the Department of Health has contradicted the Deputy Prime Minister's claim that the NHS bill will be delayed for six months. 5. "How many street closure requests have you received for Ed Miliband's wedding?" Left Outside notes that there are, as yet, no street parties planned to celebrate the Labour leader's impending nuptials. › In the Critics this week Subscribe For daily analysis & more political coverage from Westminster and beyond subscribe for just £1 per month!