In this week's edition:
â€¢ British winner Chris Froome is not yet at his best and has the mental and physical attributes to become a multiple champion. By William Fotheringham in Paris. Click here to read article.
â€¢ Governor and Detroit emergency manager make the case for taking the cash-strapped city into bankruptcy â€“ but hard choices await. by Dominic Rushe in New York. Click here to read article.
â€¢ Profits have slumped and the horsemeat scandal tarnished Tesco's reputation. Now, in a remarkably frank interview, its boss says change really is on the way. By Jay Rayner. Click here to read article.
â€¢ Millions of Brits drink a cup of Assam tea each day, but it comes at a terrible price. Plantation workers on 12p an hour are easy prey for traffickers who lure away their daughters to India's cities. Now pressure is growing on big tea brands to safeguard better pay. By Gethin Chamberlain in Assam. Click here to read article.
â€¢ Elon Musk is known as the real-life Tony Stark: a billionaire inventor working on electric cars, an 800mph 'Hyperloop' train system and reusable rockets. The plan, he says, is to minimise climate change â€“ and colonise the red planet. By Rory Carroll. Click here to read article.
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