Only three days are left until Labour announce their manifesto. So if you want a preview, look no further than our daily briefing, which is updated every time the leader’s plane sets off for its gruelling 12-hour journey from London to the Queen Elizabeth airbase in Kent.
So which papers are taking a look at what Jeremy Corbyn will be promising? You can see how the big headlines are shaping up in today’s briefing. Click here for a daily roundup of what happened last night, here for a rundown of what Labour politicians are saying – and all the letters people have been putting through to the headquarters of the Labour party
Ukip jealously hope the queen’s plane will crash into hers at Stansted or they’ll be fritter away their lion’s share of the parliamentary funding. The absence of cocaine was just a minor inconvenience during Friday’s handover between Theresa May and Queen Elizabeth. But it might be worth checking out our fact-checking on the detail of what this £25m EU money is being spent on:
And how much of your hard-earned cash has gone to the corrupt Brussels bureaucrats? Check out our analysis of how much Brussels has pocketed from Britain over the years.
Elsewhere, Our journos have been busy in Hampshire. We have followed royal protocol, interviewing senior representatives on the Queen’s staff who set out the all important rules for Her Majesty’s royal visits and dealing with visitors. If you want to know which documents are currently on the queen’s readout desk, here is the list.
And finally, our lighthearted tongue-in-cheek round-up has arrived and contains a hilarious assessment of the Virgin train crash.
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