Here’s your Fab 5 for today:
Former MPC member Danny Blanchflower argues that it should be disbanded in the New Statesman.
Meanwhile, James Forsyth on the Spectator’s Coffee House Blog picks up on the latest speech by Bank of England Governer Meryvn King, and its political implications.
The Telegraph’s Ben Brogan believes the Legg report on the expenses scandal will cause a pre-election headache for Gordon Brown.
On The Guardian’s Comment Is Free, Agnes Poirier wades into the butter-banning debate by pointing out the French eat four times more butter and 60% more fat than Americans, but are on average thinner. Find out how here.
Finally, Hopi Sen laments the rise of the Bolicy.