– Will humans be replaced by robots? They might take some of our jobs, but they’ll also create new ones
– Theresa May says the Conservatives may miss their immigration targets, but how high is UK immigration?
– Influx of migrants raises standards in schools, says top Tory: Education minister believes ability to speak two languages makes pupils more academic
– Outrage at Left-wing blogger’s sick tweet saying Cameron should resign for using his ‘dead son’ as a front to privatise NHS
– Is NHS hiding data on scale of A&E crisis? Fears Government is concealing levels of overcrowding after key figures are not published
– Labour big guns turn on Ed Miliband saying the row over sneering tweets has weakened his election chances
– Mark Reckless: Tories cannot beat us
– The night Ukip return kitchen sink to David Cameron as Farage celebrates victory
– Ban benefits for five years to halt tide of migrants, PM is told
– Osborne pressed to reform taxes or see UK oil and gas decline
Editorial: The Guardian view on low pay and migrant workers: better pay and fairer workplaces would help to beat Ukip
Editorial: The Guardian view on Ofsted’s reports: exam results are not the only measure of a school’s success
Editorial: A greener Britain: Politics would benefit from a stronger Green presence
Editorial: The new poor: The social demography of poverty in modern Britain is changing fast and tackling it will take more than slogans
– Rochester aftermath: Labour backbencher’s call to arms against party’s ‘north London set’
– Green Party Caroline Lucas interview: ‘We could be on the edge of something very big‘
– Child abuse cases are ‘tip of the iceberg’ in sexual exploitation of young people, warns Theresa May
Editorial: THERESA May’s admission that the Government has failed to reduce immigration states the bleeding obvious.
WELL done Tesco for being the first big firm to stump up cash for our campaign to build a memorial to our desert war heroes.
Editorial: Iran’s nuclear D-Day
Editorial: Don’t hold back on keeping Britain safe
– Revealed: shocking cost of divorce for children
– 0700 LONDON: NHS staff in England and Northern Ireland to go on strike.
– 0900 LONDON: Met Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley launching counter-terrorism awareness week.
– 1030 LONDON: Owen Paterson speech on Britain and the EU.
– 1100 LONDON: Theresa May is giving a speech on counter-terrorism.
– 1145 LONDON: Nick Clegg press conference.
– 1630 LONDON: Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson and Scottish Lib Dem leader Willie Rennie give evidence to Commons Political and Constitutional Reform Committee.
– 1800 LONDON: Margaret Hodge speech on reconnecting politics with communities.