Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Tuesday 21 Jun 2016

1. Clinton has $42.5m funds to Trump's $1.3m

Hillary Clinton has raised far more money for her campaign to be president than her Republican rival Donald Trump, raising further questions about the billionaire property developer's suitability for the role. Clinton has raised $42.5m (£28.9m) compared to Trump's $1.3m (£880,000).

2. Speculator Soros warns against Brexit

Billionaire investor George Soros has warned that a vote to leave the EU would leave "most voters considerably poorer", while bringing big financial gains for currency speculators like himself. He said the value of the pound would decline "precipitously" after Brexit and dramatically affect "investments, prices and jobs".

Brexit: Theresa May says ‘trust me’ to deliver

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3. Arrested Briton 'wanted to shoot Trump'

A British man of 20, arrested for trying to seize a policeman's gun at a Donald Trump campaign rally in Las Vegas on Saturday, intended to shoot the presumptive Republican candidate, according to court papers. Michael Steven Sandford told police he had wanted to shoot Trump for about a year and had finally felt confident enough.

Trump travel ban: Judge expands definition of relatives

4. Husband of killed MP hails £1m donations

Brendan Cox, whose MP wife, Jo, was shot and stabbed to death on Thursday, has praised the public for raising £1m for a fund in her memory. The money will be divided between causes she had supported. Cox tweeted his thanks for the "incredible generosity", saying the money would "change lives in Syria, Batley and across the UK".

Jo Cox report urges UK to help world's troubled regions

5. Euro 2016: Russia 0-3 Wales

Wales subjected Russia to a humiliating 3-0 defeat yesterday as they secured their place in the knockout stage of the Euro 2016 tournament as group winners. This was "fairtytale stuff", says The Guardian. Aaron Ramsey scored the opening goal and then set up Gareth Bale for the third. The second was Neil Taylor's first for his country.

Bale Euro 2016 fairytale as Wales beat Russia to top Group B

6. Father convicted of murdering his daughter

An "angry, overbearing and manipulative" father has been jailed for 23 years after murdering his six-year-old daughter 11 months after she was returned to his care following a custody battle. Ben Butler, 36, killed Ellie at their home in Sutton, south-west London, in October 2013. Ellie's mother Jennie Gray was also jailed over her death.

7. Cliff Richard may sue police and BBC

Sir Cliff Richard has spoken of his "two years of hell" over allegations of historic sex abuse. The singer said he was considering suing the police force and the BBC after his home was raided live on TV in August 2014. The Crown Prosecution Service announced last week that the 75-year-old singer will not face charges due to lack of evidence.

What is Cliff Richard doing now?

8. Beckham and Clarkson back Remain campaign

With one day left before the EU referendum, David Cameron has appealed for voters to keep Britain in the EU asking them to consider the "hopes and dreams" of future generations. He said he would not recommend a Remain vote if he didn't feel it would make the UK safer and more prosperous. David Beckham and Jeremy Clarkson have bioth thrown their weight behind the Remain campaign.

EU referendum debates: What to expect from the final showdown

9. Bees given 'licence plates' in London

Hundreds of bees in London have been fitted with brightly-coloured numbered "licence plates". They are being released from a city centre location and the public will be encouraged to report and photograph them in city gardens. Researchers hope "citizen scientists" will be able to conduct their own experiments into the habits of the insects.

10. Briefing: the Rolls-Royce 103EX concept car

Rolls-Royce has unveiled a radical, driverless concept vehicle

previewing what the ultimate luxury car may look like in the future.

The 103EX Vision Next 100 Concept is a celebration of BMW's centenary

– Rolls-Royce is owned by the German carmaker. While the radical

body is clearly recognisable as a Rolls, it's a big departure from its

current line-up.

Rolls-Royce 103EX: Is this the future of luxury cars?

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