-Public Administration Committee warns the register to vote site (pre Brexit) may have been hacked to crash, questions Cameron's motives for referendum and suggests not to repeat such referendums again, that Whitehall should prepare for both potential results
-Alliance leader Naomi Long warns Stormont agreement seems remote due to lack of trust
-Farron calls Boris a court jester and writes May isn't helping him and Boris is paying for slagging off G7 countries in past
-Nuttall launches UKIP local campaign by saying vote for them to get your community back and making a play of not whipping their councillors
-Corbyn in row with big business on if they pay their bills on time or not, he says it is killing small businesses when they don't get paid on time, they question his data. Which given the report he quoted from is from Experian and they are saying he is using it wrongly, is not looking great for Labour.
-Corbyn pledges to drop demand for small businesses with a turnover of less than £83,000 per year that they issue quarterly financial report, presses more on regional investment banks and seems to have gone down well with Federation of small business.
-Government nature plan still unpublished but draft seen by green groups seems to have left them disappointed, lots of idea's and identifying problems but failing to offer solutions or a strong hand
-Downing Street makes clear they believe there is a window of opportunity to get Putin to drop Assad and have been talking to Trump
-Real pay falls (2.2% vs 2.3% inflation), first time since summer of 2014
-Boris under pressure for failure in G7
-Hammond warns UK will have to fight to get innovative companies to come here
-Peter Edwards urges Corbyn to handle media better for sake of Labour
-Bush says Boris isn't the reason g7 talks failed
“You, are a rebellious son who abandoned his father. You are a cruel brigand who murdered his lord. How can Heaven and Earth put up with you for long? And unless you die soon, how can you face the sight of men?”