Here’s your four articles worth a gander:
1. Google CEO Eric Schmidt has written in the WSJ about how Google can help newspapers. He sets out how he thinks we’ll read newspapers and magazines in 10 years time.
2. “Britain’s only neo-con” Douglas Murray writes in Standpoint about Nick Clegg’s “cowardice” for not sacking Baroness Jenny Tonge.
3. Speaker’s wife Sally Bercow is interviewed in the Evening Standard and admits that her life “was out of control”.
4. A “pan-European” blogger talks about building a supranational blogosphere. Or something. Worth a read anyhow.