United Technologies and Raytheon agree to an all-share merger to create a $120bn aerospace and defence giant, French carmaker Renault tells Japanese partner Nissan that it will block its plan to change its corporate governance and Deutsche Bank finds “serious” failings in payments screening. Plus, FT UK political correspondent Laura Hughes talks about the 11 candidates vying for 10 Downing St now that Theresa May has stepped down as Conservative party leader.

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