After this shadow cabinet reshuffle, we know what’s in Ed Miliband’s mind (Guardian) The Labour leader has appointed a team unafraid of the challenges ahead, writes Polly Toynbee.
America cannot live so carelessly forever (FT, £) Playing Russian roulette is never advisable, writes Gideon Rachman. Congress may find a bullet in the chamber this time.
A shuffled pack doesn’t make a winning hand (Times, £) Cameron can’t rely on promoting token women and northerners to win over wavering voters, writes Rachel Sylvester.
Getting giddy over shale won’t…
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