The Staggers 6 July 2013 Morning Call: pick of the papers The ten must-read comment pieces from this morning's papers. Sign UpGet the New Statesman's Morning Call email. Sign-up 1. The failure of this Islamist experiment poses a danger far beyond Egypt (Guardian) Too many in the Muslim world will now conclude that democracy has no place for them - and be drawn to violence, writes Jonathan Freedland. 2. Scrap Tory associations, build a new party (Times) Labour isn't the only one with local difficulties, writes Matthew Parris, grassroots Conservatives no longer represent modern Britain. 3. Unite in Falkirk - amateur and irresponsible (Guardian) Eric Joyce, the outgoing Falkirk MP, is unimpressed by the selection process to find a successor. 4. Who will be there for you when you grow old (Times) Janice Turner confronts the demographic and social catastrophe that will engulf the NHS. 5. Laptops and the case for high speed rail (Financial Times) It's easier to grasp the costs than the benefits of HS2, writes Sarah O'Connor. 6. If we sell school places overseas, full blown privatisation won't be far off (Guardian) Fiona Millar sees the ever deeper penetration of market forces as the logical extension of Michael Gove's agenda. 7. The flaws in selection are not Labour's alone (Daily Telegraph) The Tory system kind of works. Primaries would be better, says Graeme Archer. 8. Tom Watson: my part in his downfall (Daily Telegraph) Brisk yet thorough precis of an admired and feared Labour power-broker, by Dan Hodges. 9. Edward Snowden is a traitor just as surely as George Blake was (Daily Telegraph) Charles Moore is unimpressed by justifications of the great CIA data-snoop leak. 10. A Conservative-Referendum party: The vindication of Sir James Goldsmith (Daily Mail) Adrian Hilton is pleased as punch that the mood that destroyed John Major's government now sets the tone for the modern Conservative party. › Labour's opponents are trying to break the union link - we won't let them Subscribe For daily analysis & more political coverage from Westminster and beyond subscribe for just £1 per month!