Jonathan Portes at Not the Treasury View argues that Ed Miliband shouldn’t apologise for making the right decision on Eastern European migration.
Chris Cook on the FT data blog discusses Michael Gove’s proposals to reintroduce a two tier O-Level system, and it’s potential effects on social mobility.
Colin Talbot at Whitehall Watch suggests that the Civil Service Reform Plan is mostly old wine in very old, but relabelled, bottles.
Stephen Tall at Liberal Democrat Voice outlines that 5 myths about the UK economy which it suits everyone to perpetuate.
Willard Foxton at the New Statesman argues that tax avoidance isn’t a left or right issue, it’s a cancer eating our democracy.
And as a Euro 2012 bonus blog post, here’s Ballots and Bullets investigating whether political criteria can predict football success…