Good morning, early birds. Scott Morrison has taken a swipe at the UN, and the Russia probe escalates as Alexander Downer rejects Republican claims he was "directed" to contact the Trump election campaign. It's the news you need to know, with Rachel Withers.
There's a green wave sweeping through European Parliament. But meaningful action on issues like climate change cannot be achieved without countries rewriting corporate tax law.
The UK Brexit Party sees a somewhat ironic spectacular success, while the Greens' rise shows that the shifting nature of class is producing a real shift in politics for the first time in decades.
Theresa May's forthcoming resignation has been underscored by a huge result for the Brexit Party and a shocking rout for the Conservatives in the UK's EU parliamentary vote
Relax, there is not a continent-wide shift towards fascism in the European Union. The recent EU elections are more about countrywide dissatisfaction than a terrifying move to the far Right.
Gordon Brown appears to have retained his death-like grip on Number 10, but little else concrete has emerged from the European elections.
British workers have not yet received the memo about One Europe, or the idea that bosses aren't lying bastards, writes Guy Rundle.