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The five must-read blogs from today, including why inequality kills and why Cameron needs "a people"

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1. Yes, inequality does kill and here's the proof

At Liberal Conspiracy, Chris Dillow notes new research showing that "workers" who feel they are unfairly paid are at greater risk of heart failure.

2. Three cheers for the Archbishop of Canterbury

Archbishop Cranmer defends Rowan Williams's criticism of the coalition and says he is simply doing his job.

3. Cameron: a leader in need of 'a people'

The Spectator's James Forsyth says that Cameron, like Thatcher, needs to have "a people", a section of the electorate that is loyal to him personally.

4. Are we seeing the resurrection of Mr. Brown?

PoliticalBetting's Mike Smithson notes a new book showing that Gordon Brown was not the main reason for Labour's defeat in 2010.

5. 2012 presidential election: Why shifting demographics make Barack Obama the stronger candidate

The Telegraph's Tim Stanley notes that a growing number of Americans support wealth redistribution.