Bankruptcy administrators find $1m cheque in Detroit city hall drawer

Uncashed cheque discovered one month after it was received gives a glimpse into city's financial troubles

A view of the action at Cowes

Fastnet teams prepare for races despite lack of wind at Cowes

The Britannia Cup was called off amid the calm conditions

Bolton pensioner suffers stroke during burglary ordeal

The 87-year-old man was attacked after being woken by the intruder

Archbishop of York condemns low levels of pay in Britain

Dr Sentamu criticised government and business leaders for allowing the situation to proliferate

Second shot: Paul Lawrie lines up a putt in the third round at Muirfield

Paul Lawrie’s excess mileage after mistaking the cut

He was eight over, so the Scot went home – but then had to return

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Fences starring comedian-turned-actor Lenny Henry

Ukip leader Nigel Farage admits tax haven fund was a 'mistake'

MEP is revealed to have set up a trust fund on the Isle of Man

Justin Rose has a look at the papers the morning after his US Open triumph

US Open 2013: How Merion was the right course at the right time for Justin Rose

Parents out there looking for a role model for their sons might want to download Justin Rose's victory speech, during which he gave a powerful demonstration of common decency

The Business Matrix: Tuesday 18 June 2013

Porsche  founders in driving seat

Craig Alexander: NHS boss on £250,000 a year fired after colleague discovered he had been jailed for armed robbery

Craig Alexander lied to land a job as an NHS executive earning a quarter of a million a year

James Moore: Who’s to blame for the banking ills that trip us?

That’s not to say Europe doesn’t deserve a kicking every now and again. A reader, who is an osteopath, tells me of a problem that I fear is all too common among those affected by the forced sale of branches by Lloyds and Royal Bank of Scotland.

Ronnie O’Sullivan brushed aside the challenge of Judd Trump

Snooker: Ronnie O'Sullivan undecided over future after winning fifth World Championship

Barry Hawkins was beaten 18-12 in the final at the Crucible

Ronnie O’Sullivan and his son, Ronnie, hold the winner’s trophy aloft last night

Snooker: Ronnie O'Sullivan defends world title against Barry Hawkins as if he'd never been away

Ronnie O'Sullivan was the toast of Sheffield on Monday night as he beat Barry Hawkins 18-12 to become the first player for 17 years to make a successful defence of the World Championship.

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