Sky News

– Iraq: US Special Forces To Help Fight Militants  (also in City AM, Daily Express, The Times, The Guardian)

– Tax Blunder By HMRC Means Millions Owe Money

– Passport Row: Minister ‘Suggests Staycation’. Tourism minister Helen Grant – currently on a trip to Brazil for the World Cup – risks the wrath of passport backlog victims (also in Daily Telegraph, Daily Express, Daily Mail, The Times, The Guardian)


City AM

– Allister Heath: A parting thought: Britain needs to learn to love capitalism

More Bank officials voice support for rate hike soon (also in the Financial Times)

IMF pushes for easing to boost euro inflation

– Marc Sidwell: It’s not enough for Tories to love liberty – Britain needs two parties of freedom

– David Lammy: London needs a radical digital vision extending far beyond its tech hub

Daily Telegraph

US ‘must strike Iraqi jihadists to save West’ says US General Petreaus

Half of all universities ‘should close’ says former head of Universities UK

The odds are against us, Miliband tells voters (also in Daily Mail, The Times)

Russian ‘plot to to prevent fracking’ says NATO chief (also in Daily Mail, The Times, The Guardian, The Independent)

Unlimited fees for middle-class students, urges head of Liverpool University

Fraser Nelson: Miliband’s welfare plan shows he’s not ready for high office

– Jeremy Warner: Interest rates need to be raised and fast


Daily Express

New migrant scam to dodge visa laws with ‘proxy’ marriages [taking advantage of EU rules] (also in Daily Mail, The Times, The Guardian) ​

Dementia is as great a threat as cancer says PM


Daily Mail

– IDS: Britons are now in the jobs usually filled by foreign workers

Stamp duty taking rise by £1billion in one year (also in The Times)

A chilling assault on free speech. Special investigation into the undermining of the charity Index on Censorship

– Richard Littlejohn: How Britain was sold down the river (focus on the destruction of the British fishing industry) ​


The Times

Tories urging Lib Dems to end coalition

Business chiefs cast doubt on No 10’s Juncker tactics

Labour vows to take sugar out of breakfast cereals

Philip Collins: Wanted: new Paxmans to break the deadlock

– Editorial: After the enthronement of Jean-Claude Juncker, Britain should concentrate on winning the post of European commissioner for the single market 


The Guardian

– School Governors told to abide by ‘British values’ 

Britain’s bogeyman: What’s the trouble with Mr Juncker?

Most refugees since Second World War

…but Britain takes in just 24 Syrians via scheme 

‘Underdog’ Miliband fends of internal criticism

IPPR report more than just a grab bag of ideas for jackdaw politicians 

Rafel Behr: To win in 2015, Labour must confront the ‘Ed problem’ 


The Independent

End disability benefits ‘fiasco’, ministers told

IRA Mile’s case against Home Office may be heard in secret 

– Mary Dejevesky: A chain of mistakes on Europe has left David Cameron looking powerless. He needs to salvage something from Juncker-gate

Labour moots £2bn savings through cut in tax break on pension pots

Miliband ‘must put fighters in his team’ to win election says Damian McBride


Financial Times

Minister warn of paraslysis after ‘shambolic’ Whitehall IT shake-up

– Philip Stephens: A tawdry deal over jobs will leave Europe the big loser
Daily Events

House of Commons

– No business announced


House of Lords

– No business announced



– Festival of Education. Ofsted chief inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw speaking at 09:10, Ofqual chief Glenys Stacey at 12.20 and Education Secretary Michael Gove at 1700.

– Public sector borrowing figures for May are published by the Office for National Statistics

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