The Dutch Prime Minister tells Today that Brexit will cause "chaos" and have a "huge impact" on the UK's economic growth and global significance. Mark Rutte claimed that the new prime minister will have to change the UK's Brexit position to avoid no-deal. The BBC's Europe editor Katya Adler spoke to him in Brussels ahead of the EU summit.
(Image: Mark Rutte, credit: BBC)
Thursday's business with Dominic O'Connell
The Federal Reserve has signalled US interest rates will go down – why now?
(Image: Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell arrives for a news conference following a two-day Federal Open Market Committee meeting in Washington. Credit: Reuters)
Five Tory candidates left
Conservative MPs will be voting again in the next round of the contest to choose the next prime minister. Candidates Rory Stewart and Jeremy Hunt speak to Today after last night's BBC debate.
(Image: BBC's Our next PM, credit: BBC)
Artificial intelligence ethics
As Artificial Intelligence redefines the way we live, work and interact, we hear from two specialists about the challenges in using AI ethically. Oxford University will be opening the Institute for Ethics in Artificial Intelligence. Research fellow at Oxford specialising in digital ethics Carissa Veliz and former tech adviser to David Cameron Rohan Silva speak to Today.
(Image: "Sophia" an artificially intelligent (AI) human-like robot, credit: AFP/Getty Images)
Arrested for begging
Anyone who sleeps rough or begs in England and Wales is liable for arrest under the Vagrancy Act of 1824. But now there are calls to repeal the old law. BBC reporter James Waterhouse has been speaking to some of those affected. We also hear from Assistant Chief Constable of South Wales Police, Jeremy Vaughan.
(Image: Homeless man in Manchester, credit: Getty Images)