Comment Roundup

The Guardian
Polly Toynbee, Justice in pay packets starts at the top. Across the board
Naomi Klein, Copenhagen’s failure belongs to Obama

The Times
Nader Mousavizadeh, Help Iranians. Stop worrying about the bomb
Paul Simons, Christmas day is just an odd version of Sunday

The New York Times
David Brooks, The protocol society
Fernanda Viegas and Martin Wattenberg, Answering machine

The Telegraph
Jeremy Hunt, If politicians want to be trusted again, they must learn to listen
Aidan Bridge, Eurostar is not the only way

The Independent
Dominic Lawson, Don’t forget that Jesus was a Jew
Mary Dejevsky, Don’t panic, Copenhagen wasn’t really such a disaster

The Wall Street Journal
Nigel Lawson, Time for a climate change plan B
Lawrence Krauss, A dark matter breakthrough?

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