Left Foot Forward gives a view of the fuel strike dispute from the perspective of one of the tanker drivers.
Bagehot at The Economist argues that pasty-gate cannot simply be explained by references to out of touch toffs; rather ‘officer-class’ Cameron is seen as being too grand and centrist for the likes of the ‘sturdy, old fashioned right’.
The FT’s Westminster Blog notes that, for some Tory donors, the real scandal of the latest cash-for-access revelations was that they themselves hadn’t been invited to Number 10.
Tony Dolphin at False Economy reviews research by Danny Dorling on the case for austerity among the rich.
Simon Wren-Lewis at Mainly Macro discusses whether Eurozone austerity is self-defeating, and whether it’s all Germany’s fault.