Comment Roundup

The Times:
Daniel Finkelstein, How to stop the Queen picking the next PM
Giles Whittell, To save the planet, strike a deal with Big Oil

The Telegraph:
Praveen Swami, One year after the Mumbai attacks, the threat is as great as ever
Editorial: A unique opportunity to rebuild parliament

The Guardian:
Dan Kennedy, Will Murdoch’s Bing gamble pay off?
Editorial: Complicity in torture: looking the other way

New York Times:
Maureen Dowd, Bill Clinton was a warm bath, Barack Obama is a cold shower
Phillip Levine, False alarm on abortion

Wall Street Journal:
Mortimer Zuckerman, Finding the right fix for too big to fail
Holman Jenkins, The ugly AIG post-mortem

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