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.
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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”.
The rightwing press are so desperate for Jeremy Corbyn to win the Labour leadership race that they are inventing stories to give the impression he already has, according to rival candidate Andy Burnham.
Gordon Brown has accused the government of stoking a “dangerous and insidious” English nationalism that is putting the union between England and Scotland in “mortal danger”.
Yvette Cooper will raise the prospect this week of a legal challenge to the trade union bill, which threatens Labour’s funding and limits the right to strike.
A defiant Tony Blair has dramatically re-entered the debate over Labour’s future with an 11th-hour appeal to party members to come to their senses and reject the “Alice in Wonderland” politics of Jeremy Corbyn.
Andy Burnham would promise to increase taxes on companies that failed to pay their staff a new £11 living wage if he leads Labour into the next general election.
Momentum, the leftwing grassroots organisation set up last autumn to support Jeremy Corbyn, is preparing to confront MPs in open revolt against the party’s leader, and throw its weight behind hisre-election in a new leadership contest.
The prospect of a parliamentary fightback against the result of the EU referendum gathered pace on Sunday, with pro-remain figures saying they would not “roll over and give up”.
Hilary BennThe shadow foreign secretary was sacked in a 1am phone call on Sunday after making clear that he had lost faith in Corbyn’s leadership.