The Staggers 23 November 2011 Web Only: the best of the blogs The five must-read blogs from today, including the student group that burnt an effigy of President O Sign UpGet the New Statesman's Morning Call email. Sign-up 1. Work on the next Queen's Speech is nearly complete. But how much should the Coalition do? Benedict Brogan asks whether the coalition will set out a new programme of radical measures in the Queen's Speech or focus on deficit reduction. 2. After wobbling a few months ago Cameron is king of PMQs again Cameron has put in the extra hours and moved up a gear at PMQs, argues ConservativeHome's Tim Montgomerie. 3. 'Hang Mandela' students burn Obama effigy Liberal Conspiracy reports that the St Andrews Conservative Association has apologised for burning an effigy of President Obama. 4. Republican candidate: Replace school janitors with child labour Political Scrapbook shares a video of a somewhat outlandish suggestion from candidate Newt Gingrich. 5. A pre-Xmas by-election Paul Waugh previews the Feltham by-election, which will be held on 15 December. › Down the Tube? Up the social ladder Subscribe For daily analysis & more political coverage from Westminster and beyond subscribe for just £1 per month!