BBC News

City AM

Royal Mail sale set for new probe.

Tories will take action to limit strike in manifesto.

Euro central bank boss rejects Renzi reforms for deficit rules.

Investors flee Scotland ahead of referendum.

– Moritz Kraemer: The great debt overhang: Years of weak growth lie ahead for Europe.

– Rory Meakin: Forget the celebrity tax dodgers: Our complex rules are the real issue.

 

 

Daily Telegraph

– Hammond: Army cannot take more cuts.

Right to be forgotten makes EU look like China justice minister tells peers.

– Editorial: Our liberties must not be given away lightly.

 

Daily Express

– Juncker tells Britain: No hope of limiting migrants.

– Grant Shapps: Disruptive school strike should be declared illegal.

– Russia ‘could hold Britain to ransom gas‘.

 

 

Daily Mail

– Don’t make our mistake: As assisted suicide bill goes to Lords, Dutch watchdog who once backed euthanasia warns UK of ‘slippery slope’ to mass deaths.

– PM: I’ll toughen law to end strikes called by minority (also in The Independent).
– Why won’t Ed name the guest at Labour fundraiser?
The Times
The Guardian
The Independent
NHS at ‘tipping point’ after accounts show it plunging £100m into the red.
The Sun

Spooks ok to track terror plots on web.

– As 1m workers down tools today, Labour cashes in on Union dosh.

House of Commons
– Statement – Mrs Theresa May. Communications Data and Interception

– Statement – Mr Francis Maude. Industrial Action Update
– Debate. UK’s Justice and Home Affairs Opt-outs
– High Speed Rail (London-West Midlands) Bill Committee. High Speed Rail (London-West Midlands) Bill – Locus challenges

House of Lords
– Oral Questions – Lord Dykes. Announcing the name of the next UK member of the European Commission

Other
-0930 LONDON: Business Secretary Vince Cable will give a speech to the Social Market Foundation.
– 0930: Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) releases its lending trends figures for May.
– 0930 LONDON: Michael Gove to speak at Education Reform Summit. Hosted by the Department for Education and the Education Foundation think tank.
– 0935 LONDON: BBC boss Tony Hall speaks about the future of the licence fee.
– 1000 LONDON: Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe and Boris Johnson to be questioned about police performance.
– 1130 LONDON: Chief of Air Staff Sir Andrew Pulford speech to Rusi Air Power Conference.
– 1200 LONDON: Bank of England decision on interest rates and quantitative easing.
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