Amber Rudd 'made a mistake but didn't mislead'
>Senior Tories have rallied around Amber Rudd, amid criticism for her failure to know specific migrant removal targets.
>The home secretary said she had not seen a memo leaked to the Guardian suggesting she knew of the objectives.
>Justice Secretary David Gauke said Ms Rudd "made a mistake but didn't knowingly mislead" while Environment Secretary Michael Gove pointed to the vast sum of emails ministers receive.
UK military helped secret Swiss force in Cold War
>A long-awaited report into a top-secret Cold War unit of the Swiss army has finally been published, 27 years after it was written.
>The Cornu report reveals that neutral Switzerland had surprisingly close co-operation with the UK - a Nato member.
>But some readers are disappointed; the full details were heavily redacted by the Swiss government.
'No basis to remain': woman, 63, told she will be removed from UK to Jamaica
>A 63-year-old woman has been told she has been booked on an immigration removal flight to Jamaica, as the government scrambles to minimise the damage over the scandal of the removal of citizenship rights from Windrush migrants.
>The woman, who is currently being held at the Yarl’s Wood immigration removal centre, was handed papers on Friday telling her she had no basis to remain in the country and she was to be removed on a specially chartered flight to Jamaica.
>She was told she would be removed after five working days from the date of service of the letter, suggesting that the flight could depart any time after Thursday. Post too long. Click here to view the full text.