Here is a recap of the big political stories of the day:
+ David Cameron condemned "sickening" terror attacks in France , Tunisia and Kuwait , which left more than 50 people dead. The PM promised Britain would do "all we can to help" in the aftermath of the attacks.
+ Mr Cameron's "firm aim" is to ensure the UK remains in the EU and he will warn of the risks of exit in a future referendum, according to a note leaked to The Guardian . The paper said his intentions were revealed in an account of a meeting with another EU leader.
+ The government insists it only learnt recently that promised rail upgrades would have to be delayed, amid Labour claims voters were "betrayed". Labour said it was clear multi-billion pound plans to electrify Midlands and Pennine lines were in "serious difficulty" before May's election.
+ EU leaders holding late-night talks in Brussels agreed to relocate tens of thousands of migrants who have arrived in Italy and Greece. Summit chairman Donald Tusk said 40,000 would be relocated to other EU states over the next two years.