Are you doing daily news summaries of the papers now for things we're supposed to be outraged by?
Guardian: Cameron is being dragged too far to the right, says Clegg. Basically, he is saying that Cameron's determination to halt the progress of UKIP is forcing him to move to the "extremes" of politics and that it is making the business of government difficult. Clegg says he is now going to dig his heels in and prevent Cameron from dragging the coalition away from center ground.
This is basically seconding something I said in this thread yesterday, about UKIP causing a worrying shift to the far right. But to hear Clegg saying it, and for him to be saying it is making government difficult, shows signs of a huge rift developing.
Financial Times: Osborne planning on selling off the nationalised banks by 2015 (potentially at a loss). Now this is crafty. Aside from the fact he is blatantly doing this to give the Tories a big election boost at the next GE, it will also wipe a huge amount off of the national debt (nationalising the banks cost approximately half a trillion GBP) and lower the deficit by a rather large amount overnight, regardless of whether he sells them off at a loss or not. A pretty transparent move, but one that is bound to grab a few votes from people who have been battered over the head with all the austerity rehetoric so much they've actually fallen for it.
Daily Express: Whites to be a minority in the UK by 2066 (according to an "explosive" new study). It's the Daily Express, and to be honest not very many people care outside of a certain age bracket.
Also in other news, the NHS have admitted that the move to the 111 service (the replacement of 999) has been a massive balls-up, with people waiting up to 30 minutes in some areas before even having their calls connected. Reminds me of an old scene in the Simpsons where they dial the emergency services only to be told to select from a huge number of options ending with "if you are being murdered, please stay on the line" followed by smooth jazz hold music).
Your comment on the financial times one is idiotic anyway. Any party in power would consider doing the same.
I came in like a wrecking ball. Yeah, I just closed my eyes and swung. Left me crashing in a blazing fall. All you ever did was wreck me. Yeah, you, you wreck me.