It’s official: money can buy happiness

UK study shows clear link between wealth and wellbeing

US jobless rate at lowest since 2008

Gains miss forecasts but 5.1% rate supports Fed interest rise case

States use hackers to do cyber dirty work

Western defence officials warn of rise of online privateers

Migrant march heads west from Hungary

Orban calls German push for quota plan ‘irresponsible’

Murdoch protégé must plot digital path

Chief reappointed at UK paper unit after phone-hacking case as Sun fights for online subscribers

Scottish Borders railway opens

Line’s prospects likely to influence transport policy across UK

Saudi Arabian king makes first US visit

Two leaders set to reaffirm historic importance of partnership

A fighter of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) holds an ISIL flag and a weapon on a street in the city of Mosul, June 23, 2014. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry held crisis talks with leaders of Iraq's autonomous Kurdish region on Tuesday urging them to stand with Baghdad in the face of a Sunni insurgent onslaught that threatens to dismember the country. Picture taken June 23, 2014. REUTERS/Stringer (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) - RTR3VIB1 ©Reuters
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    Since the fall of Mosul in Iraq last year, the group known as Isis has shocked the world with its brutal methods and rapid advances

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  • Camden rocks the boat

    London’s once-grubby canalside district has the third-highest number of start-ups in the capital

Cancer drugs cut in UK cost crackdown

Therapies axed as specialist fund’s spending doubles

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Ben Smith/REX Shutterstock (765700c) Sir Adrian Cadbury Sir Adrian Cadbury, at his home in Solihull, Britain - 05 Nov 2007
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Sir Adrian Cadbury, corporate governance pioneer, 1929-2015

Scion of the chocolate-making family who became the pre-eminent authority on the way boards are run

US violence spurs ‘Ferguson effect’ fear

Theory that controversy over death is inhibiting police sparks debate over law enforcement and race

‘Portrait de Paulette Jourdain’, Amedeo Modigliani, circa 1919
©Sotheby's New York

Sotheby’s to auction $500m art collection

Pieces by Picasso, Raphael and de Kooning among those to be sold

Comment & Analysis

Migrants sweep away national perceptions

Mass movement sees the US and UK undergo historic role reversals, writes Simon Schama

Wikipedia’s struggle to save its soul

Online encyclopedia’s principles of independence are under attack, writes Murad Ahmed

Iran deal not such a failure for Netanyahu

US Congress may vote for agreement but Bibi has shifted the debate on Tehran’s nuclear programme

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