In the headlines
An official report into claims that Dominic Raab bullied civil servants was handed to No 10 this morning. The deputy PM’s political career “is in the balance”, says The Times: Rishi Sunak might decide to sack him, and if he doesn’t go, multiple officials are prepared to resign in protest. Russian “spy ships” disguised as fishing trawlers and research vessels are mapping wind farms and communication cables off the British coast, says The Daily Telegraph. The operation, uncovered by a group of Nordic broadcasters, hints at “plans to sabotage critical infrastructure” in the North Sea. Philosophers could do well out of the AI revolution, according to a “futurist-in-residence” at Cambridge University. Richard Watson thinks the “ethical questions” around AI will lead to big companies hiring egghead ethicists for “lots of money”.