YouGov/Sun poll tonight – Labour and Tories tied for third @YouGov poll in a row: CON 32%, LAB 32%, LD 8%, UKIP 18%, GRN 6%
– Over to you, chancellor.
– Monarch Airlines staff face 700 redundancies and 30pc pay cuts.
– Why embracing freer trade could be our best chance to help the world’s poor.
– Still lovin’ it? McDonald’s shows why a minimum wage hike is no free lunch.
– Migrants really are swamping parts of UK, says Blunkett: Ex-Home Secretary backs minister rebuked by No 10 over TV comments.
– This war on windfarms is the Tories’ latest sop to Ukip.
– One in eight people plan to cash in their entire pension pot next year.
– Parliament Square protest law is too restrictive and needs urgent review.
– Huge surge in Ukip support after EU funding row, according to new poll.
– The changing shape of politics: How our elected officials are shedding the pounds.
– Fraud crackdown could wipe millions from the electoral roll.
– Olympic rower James bids for safe Tory seat.
– David Cameron hits back at HS3 critics.
– Brawler MP Eric in fourth arrest.
– Fury as public sector fatcats get to keep golden goodbyes.
– Old Labour jailbird Denis MacShane causes division in Ukip.
– Labour starts a civil war north of the border.
– HS3: delays on the line.
– MPs would be forced to deliver election promises if voters given right to recall, says Zac Goldsmith.
– Ukip denies cosying up to far-right nationalists.
– 200,000 people will ‘blow their pensions’ next year.
– Police watchdog hid truth about Duggan shooting.
– End to rehiring of public sector executives after £100,000 payoffs.
– 0900 LONDON: Ofgem’s annual winter outlook seminar where National Grid will explain its latest analysis on supply and demand for gas and electricity this winter.
– 0930 LONDON: Energy minister Matthew Hancock publishes security of supply report. DECC 03000685222.
– 0945 LONDON: Boris Johnson speech on investing in infrastructure and Crossrail 2.
– 1430 LONDON: NHS England chief executive Simon Stevens gives evidence to the Commons Health Committee on spending on health and social care.
– 1445 LONDON: Commons Home Affairs Committee takes evidence from Mayor of Calais on migration.