Today’s stories from and about the CPS, as well as some of the most interesting articles seen online.
- Lewis Brown, Nick Jacques and Dane Barnett make their picks in the 2012 GOP field, and encourage you to do the same – ‘Who Would You Vote For?’ http://tiny.cc/sir1p
- Nick Clegg's right. It's time to start means-testing pensioners (John Kampfner, The Guardian) http://tiny.cc/rzmve
- IDS, Gove and Pickles top Cabinet league table (Tim Montgomerie, Conservative Home) http://tiny.cc/2176f
- David Cameron starts all over again on public services reform (Benedict Brogan, The Telegraph) http://tiny.cc/j2024
- Labour fails to capitalise on coalition setback (Financial Times) http://tiny.cc/x8x0b
- Is there a good kind of lobbying? (Caroline Crampton, Total Politics) http://tiny.cc/4fmfx
- Don't treat us as "congenital idiots", Mr Cameron. Mail, Telegraph and Sun warn PM over Europe. (Tim Montgomerie, Conservative Home) http://tiny.cc/by2gj
- If Not Now, When? (John Redwood MP, The Commentator) http://tiny.cc/5y0it
- The numbers game suggests Cameron will have to back down over a EU referendum (Mail Online) http://tiny.cc/h5mud
- Radical eurozone shakeup could see countries stripped of voting rights (The Guardian) http://tiny.cc/3o7v1
- We’re not Germanophobes, but neither are we all Europhiles (Anthony Pickles, The Commentator) http://tiny.cc/r6ty2
- No Pain, No Gain, in Ireland’s 2012 Budget (Channel 4 News) http://tiny.cc/emp8h
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