As Boris Johnson starts what could be seen as one of his toughest days yet as Prime Minister - after two of his most senior ministers dramatically quit, Emma Barnett speaks to The Sun's Political Reporter Noa Hoffman, who broke the story about MP Chris Pincher, and Conservative Baroness Kate Fall, who was the Deputy Chief of Staff to David Cameron when he was in No 10.

The American soul singer PP Arnold started out singing gospel at church and found fame in the 1960s as an Ikette with the Ike and Tina Turner Revue. She moved to London for a solo career, supporting the Rolling Stones and enjoying success with hits such as The First Cut is the Deepest and Angel of the Morning. In a career spanning more than 50 years, she has worked with artists from Eric Clapton and The Small Faces to Barry Gibb, Paul Weller, Ocean Colour Scene and Primal Scream. She has appeared in musicals including Starlight Express, and most recently has performed solo at Glastonbury. She has now written her story in Soul Survivor, and she joins Emma to discuss her life and music

A group of Labour Party MPs and Peers is challenging the party's decision to turn down an application by Labour Women’s Declaration to have a stall at this year’s Conference in Liverpool in September. Known as LWD, they describe themselves on their website as “a movement to raise the profile of women’s sex-based rights within the Labour Party and the wider socialist movement.” We speak to one of those challenging the decision, Baroness Dianne Hayter - who is a former Chair of the Labour Party’s ruling body, the NEC.

Maria Klandorf is one of a thousand women in Estonia who have joined the Women’s Defence Organisation. The women, who range from school teachers to architects, are all receiving training in the Estonian Defence League. They say they’re preparing for any future potential invasion by Russia.

Today is the first day of the European Women’s Football Championships and tonight’s first England game against Austria at Old Trafford is sold out. After getting to the semi-finals three consecutive times at major tournaments, can the Lionesses harness the tactical experience of their relatively new manager Sarina Wiegman and the love of the roaring home crowds to get to the Final this time? We hear from Lioness and midfielder Ella Toone on her thoughts for the team and the championship. And Emma is joined live by Gabby Logan, the BBC’s Women’s Euros lead presenter and ex-Lioness, Fara Williams, England’s most-capped player and a BBC Women’s Euros pundit.