The Staggers 10 November 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. As we ogle her shoes, Teflon Theresa eyes No 10 (Sunday Times) (£) In Westminster’s unending quest for the next leader, fancies are turning towards the home secretary, says Adam Boulton. 2. Are you in a sham marriage? (Observer) Border Agency officials ruined a wedding last week, but maybe we should all take their test, says Victoria Coren. 3. Could Chris Christie’s magic work for the Tories? (Sunday Telegraph) Appealing to the blue-collar middle class does not come naturally to any party in Britain, says Janet Daley. 4. 66,000 girls mutilated - and we've let them do it (Mail on Sunday) FGM has been banned here, in theory, since 1985. But it goes on, says Rachel Johnson. 5. A comedian rants and politics looks fun. Now let the grown-ups talk (Sunday Times) (£) It is not surprising that people think MPs are useless when they get into power, says Camilla Cavendish. 6. Ed Miliband has no answer to IDS the dragon-slayer (Sunday Telegraph) There have been snarl-ups, but Iain Duncan Smith is undeterred – if welfare reform was easy, he’ll say, someone else would have done it by now, writes Bruce Anderson. 7. Which part of a woman's body will we be taught to despise next? (Observer) Kate's grey hair is just the latest bit to come under scrutiny, says Barbara Ellen 8. Why Dave needs a 95% loan to keep his dream home (Mail on Sunday) David Cameron will ‘channel’ Margaret Thatcher this week, says James Forsyth 9. Even a vote for Nick Clegg is better than not voting (Independent on Sunday) Politicians tend to pay more attention to rich, older men such as Russell Brand or Jeremy Paxman, says John Rentoul. 10. Under the Tories we have become Fool Britannia as foreign countries cash in on our energy bills (Sunday Mirror) Why not employ our redundant former shipyard workers to make wind turbines instead of sending the work abroad, asks John Prescott. › Palpable desperation: Inside the invisible world of immigration detention Subscribe For daily analysis & more political coverage from Westminster and beyond subscribe for just £1 per month!