Tsipras says IMF report justifies No vote

Greek PM cites analysis as vindication of stance on bailout proposal

China fails to stem share market turmoil

Shanghai shares have fallen nearly 30 per cent in past three weeks

Kids Company chief quits after funds held

Details emerge of government concern over management

Plans to privatise Channel 4 resurface

Broadcaster’s sale could raise £1bn for deficit reduction

Shale glut turbocharges motoring revival

Ford ramps up output as US drivers make use of lower fuel costs

World Bank redacts criticism of China

Report had warned of risks from debt and wasteful investment

Rival Godfathers go to war on Syrian TV

Regime and opposition producers pay homage to mafia classic

Italy fears Greek political contagion

A No vote in the referendum could embolden anti-euro parties

Malaysia PM denies $700m transfer claims 

Allegations are most serious yet in worsening scandal

Uncertainties give package holiday a lift

Tourism deals with operator bearing risks regain popularity

‘Workplace Isa’ to shake-up pensions market

Ros Altmann floats idea of new forms of retirement saving

Comment & Analysis

The Lord is our shepherd in US politics

It is now our fate to have two political parties that are positioned on God’s side

Charles Pasqua, politician, 1927-2015

Gritty Gaullist who decried a dual danger to sovereignty

FILE - JUNE 30, 2015: It was reported that Nike chairman and co-founder Phil Knight will step down next year, and he has recommended Chief Executive Mark Parker as his successor June 30, 2015. SUN VALLEY, ID - JULY 07: Nike Chairman Phil Knight attends the Allen & Company Sun Valley Conference on July 7, 2011 in Sun Valley, Idaho. The conference has been hosted annually by the investment firm Allen & Company each July since 1983. The conference is typically attended by many of the world's most powerful media executives. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Nike’s Knight steps down from his empire

Man behind the swoosh revolutionised sportswear through marketing

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