Cameron points migrant talent towards exit

UK government doubles down on its most business-unfriendly policy

The US can talk to Putin and stay firm on Ukraine

America’s diplomatic approach to Moscow is justified

A level playing field benefits football’s elite

Uefa’s financial fair play rules were well-meaning but misguided

America’s disappointing economic recovery

US Fed is wise to keep its options open at a time of very mixed data

Menacing Isis gains in Iraq and Syria

A Sunni alternative to the jihadis fell along with Ramadi

China bets on expanding way out of debt

Latest data show credit squeeze risks morphing into a credit crunch

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Shareholders punished for sins of trader

Fines are an expensive way of forcing a bank to change its culture

Poland’s success story merits new chapter

Civic Platform is struggling to regain power in this weekend’s ballot

America’s flawed strategy towards AIIB

US hostility towards new Asian bank risks unnecessarily chilling China relations

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UK business must make the case for the EU now

The CBI is right to argue for early engagement on the referendum

The damage of London’s scarcity of land

More must be done for the voiceless victims of soaring property prices

Germany seeks to put lid on labour unrest

The government is right to tighten collective bargaining rules

Thomas Cook mislays its moral compass

Tour operator should have handled deaths with more compassion

Athens staggers closer to the precipice

Greece’s predicament is not complex, and nor should it be impossible

Softly-softly approach to industrial disruption

Conservative government should avoid doing more harm than good

Southeast Asia tragedy unfolds in three acts

Boat people must be rescued and persecution of the Rohingya stopped

Draghi perches on both sides of the fence

QE is so far working well in Europe, whatever its supposed side-effects

Labour has yet to grasp scale of defeat

UK’s main opposition party must do more than choose a new leader

Cities unshackled from Whitehall’s dead hand

Osborne’s Northern Powerhouse is a useful first step on which to build

New drugs way to avoid an antibiotic apocalypse

Pharmaceutical industry needs incentives to overcome market failure

Obama’s battle with the Democrats

US president must defeat the left to save America’s global credibility

Walk on supply side needed for UK economy

Carney can do little about the effect of low productivity on Britain

The spirit of Thatcher returns to Victoria Street

Sajid Javid can make his mark at a straitened business ministry

Obama’s hard truths for the Gulf states on Iran

US must not be deflected from pursuit of a nuclear deal with Tehran

Cameron’s opportunity on UK and Europe

PM must quickly set out when and how he will fight the referendum

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