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Trump deploys Farage, transatlantic tax, ‘Clinton rules’

Farage preaches anti-establishment lessons of Brexit to Trump supporters

Italian quake, blockchain and 4am starts

A magnitude 6.2 earthquake has destroyed buildings across central Italy

Clinton email dispute, Renault emissions probe and the crisis in Anglo-American democracy

Thousands of emails Clinton chose not to turn over last year could be released weeks before the election

Pfizer, Rio bows out, branded drugs

Pfizer set to beat rivals in battle for sought-after cancer drugmaker

Swiss solution, doctors, whistleblower

UK financial sector targets Swiss-style deal for EU market access

Fed split, resource shift, fins

Policymakers want evidence of strong rebound before second rise

Russia warning, stockpiling cash, eurozone

Snowden sees data release as an alert from Russian intelligence

BHP, internet star dies, Hyperloop

Record swing into red ends troubled year for Anglo-Australian miner

Trump, US exceptionalism, parents

Ledgers show secret cash payments designated for Manafort from pro-Russian political party

Explosions rock southern Thailand, the art of the Irish pint and a cowed dairy industry

Popular tourist sites hit in series of explosions overnight, killing four and wounding dozens more, say police

Fears for UK pensions industry, Russia accuses Kiev and what teens need most from parents

Steep fall in gilt yields prompts former pensions minister to call for inquiry into company schemes

Trump accused of incitement, Brazil indicts Rousseff and the dangers of cupping

Republican presidential candidate is accused after suggesting supporters could stop his Democratic rival by exercising their gun rights

Turkey-EU migrant deal under threat, ‘reckless’ Trump and the date of the Pharaohs

Turkey rejects EU demands to overhaul its terror laws in return for visa-free travel

Executive pay rises by a tenth, Emperor Akihito wants to step down and why cash is best for refugees

Pay survey will bolster demands by UK Prime Minister Theresa May for top British companies to curb boardroom excess

UK labour market in Brexit ‘freefall’, the tools of modern terror and the decline of the start-up nation

Repercussions of vote to leave EU hit jobs market, according to new survey

UK business activity contracts, Indian businesses welcome tax reform and how Europeans feel about Brexit

Survey trend intensifies pressure on Bank of England to take stronger action to prevent a recession

Clinton’s growing financial firepower, the ANC’s day of reckoning and bugs prefer rich homes

Presidential candidate raised $63m for her campaign and $26m for the Democratic party in July

Japan launches $45bn stimulus, US hits Isis in Libya and cancer in the crosshairs

Move puts country at forefront of a global shift away from austerity

Brexit talks delay, Aleppo offensive and the price of Olympic glory

Diplomats caution that delay will mean continued business uncertainty

Clinton’s Trump warning, Turkey’s top brass and pet internet glitch

Democratic presidential nominee urges voters to unite against divisive policy ideas and combative politics

Pressure on May, Isis trove and understanding rip currents

UK prime minister under pressure to call snap election

Hollande meets religious leaders, Clinton makes history, killing is contagious

French president in show of solidarity after priest’s killing

Sanders’ endorsement, ‘gender-charged’ reporting, world’s fastest-growing people

Vermont senator urges supporters to back Clinton

Democrats in turmoil, halo slips off Pokémonomics and why doctors die differently

Democratic National Committee head quits after email leak exposed rifts in the party

UK downturn, Zimbabwe loyalists rebel and France’s de-radicalising imam

Post-Brexit survey shows economy has had its sharpest drop since 2009

Turkey’s state of emergency, HSBC arrests and the upside of student debt

Presidential powers strengthened as 60,000 are accused of involvement in Turkey’s coup

Trump seals nomination, the hottest half-year on record and London’s most expensive flat

Donald Trump wins Republican party nomination at convention in Cleveland

Melania Trump accused of plagiarism, Isis claims German train attack and the secret to longevity

Accusations of plagiarism in speech by Donald Trump’s wife dominate Republican convention in Cleveland

Baton Rouge shootings, crackdown in Turkey and the ideal face for meetings

US Republican and Democrat approaches to Baton Rouge killings diverge

Nice terror attack, Theresa May heads north and how the CIA hoodwinked Hollywood

France extends state of emergency after attacker in Nice rams a truck into Bastille Day crowds and kills at least 84

Theresa May pledge, Nigeria famine warning and how lasers can help clean beaches

Britain’s new prime minister pledges to create ‘a country that works for everyone’

Theresa May’s cabinet, ‘leprechaun economics’ and sheep-cams in the Faroes

Theresa May’s arrival as UK prime minister will see more women in senior cabinet jobs

Britain’s new PM, Pokémon parties on and post-truth politics

David Cameron to resign, paving the way for Theresa May to become Britain’s next prime minister

China warns on UN ruling, Pokémon as game changer and how to write the perfect resignation

Beijing says any UN ruling against it will raise tension and undermine peace in the region

Dallas snipers, sterling, N Korea tech

Five police officers die and several injured during protests

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Pound, Brexit, work-free world

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Bank of England head wants to increase lending

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UK chancellor wants to slash corporate tax rate to less than 15%

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