Cameron steps up UK’s fight against Isis

Lifting parliament’s prohibition on missions over Syria is justified

Riksbank reveals a strengthening resolve

Tackling deflationary headwinds demands a certain loss of restraint

A convincing case for Heathrow expansion

Cameron must end years of dithering and back the Davies plan

China’s equity bubble is big distraction

Share gyrations are seldom known to wreck a well-managed economy

Puerto Rico faces Greek-style disaster

The US island commonwealth is in urgent need of debt relief

European challenge for the CBI’s new boss

Employers should dismiss government’s call for silence on the EU

Cameron faces up to new terrorist threat

But the prime minister’s call for new anti-extremism laws is excessive

Making a true union of embattled eurozone

National governments should act promptly on the Juncker report

Garden Bridge

A Millennium Dome on stilts? No thanks

London can do without the vanity project that is the Garden Bridge

Tsipras takes Greece to edge of precipice

With both sides indulging in blame shifting, it is hard to see a way back

China braves economic volatility

Palliative measures to cushion economic transition are no strategic U-turn

More delays on UK’s creaking rail network

The government must mind the gap between promises and delivery

Obama must hold firm on Iran deal terms

‘Trust but verify’ must be the maxim for agreeing to a nuclear pact

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Bank of England ponders going for a rise

The Monetary Policy Committee must prepare for higher rates

Charleston’s lesson must start with gun control

Removing slave state flag is an insufficient response to the atrocity

Osborne’s opportunity for tax reform

The chancellor has a once-a-generation chance to modernise system

Nato comes home to its base in Europe

The alliance is rightly making deterrence against Russia its core role

UK justice system is in need of repair

Gove needs all of his political wiles to push through reform

West opens up to Egypt’s President Sisi

Diplomacy can only go so far if he continues to crush his opponents

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Even Taylor Swift can’t fix online problem

Musicians’ incomes will only rise with the sales of digital music

UK schools should not be exam factories

Compulsory national examination at 16 and 18 cannot be justified

Law threatens to hit the brakes on Uber

Over-regulation could be a fatal blow to ride-hailing services

Challenge Isis poses for British Muslims

Some communities must do more to stamp out extremist ideology

Congress’s path to discord on free trade

US needs to discover a better way to forge agreement on global deals

The time for Tsipras to accept EU deal

The offer from Greece’s creditors is better than the alternative



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