Computers: they make everything so easy these days. They check our spelling for us and help with maths, and now machines have added painting to the list of things they are better than us at.
David Cameron will show a lack of respect to Britain’s armed forces if he tries to “bounce” parliament into supporting an extension of British airstrikes against Islamic State targets from Iraq to Syria, Andy Burnham has said.
Plans to politically imprison Jeremy Corbyn by reintroducing elections to the shadow cabinet have been shelved after it emerged that the change would require the agreement of the party conference as well as two-thirds of Labour MPs.
Scotland’s first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, defended her party’s eight years in power as she unveiled plans to standardise school testing, step up jobs competition with other parts of the UK and extend a home-buying programme.
Chuka Umunna, a leading Labour moderniser, has urged his wing of the party to work with a Jeremy Corbyn leadership and not to make the mistake of giving the impression that electability requires the party to ditch its principles.
Novak Djokovic went through to the second round here for the loss of only three games to the Brazilian João Souza on day one.
Nigel Farage is embarking on his own UK tour to push for an EU exit but insisted he is not trying to become leader of the official no campaign ahead of the referendum.
David Cameron has accepted a recommendation by the Electoral Commission to change the wording of the EU referendum question to avoid favouring the pro-EU side.
Political biographies can permanently alter our perceptions of leaders.
Andy Burnham has made an unabashed pitch for the leftwing Jeremy Corbyn vote in the Labour leadership contest, saying that the party has been “dancing to the tune of the Tories for too long”.