The Independent - 16 Apr 2014

Table of content - The Independent (16 Apr 2014)

Helicopter gunships take Ukraine crisis closer to all-out war
Food poverty: the scandal that shames Britain
Beyond bunga-bunga:
Matthew Norman
Nigel Farage
Rosie Millard
Julian Baggini
Oliver Wright
Primary numbers
Principle before politics
Pete Jenson
James Moore
Tears, cheers and choirs for Hillsborough
‘I didn’t know phone hacking was illegal’
Gove’s Islamic school inquiry dismays police
On the trail of the big cheeses
From African poverty, to UK homelessness
Italian PM brings in women for top jobs
Spider-Man is neurotic. And Peter Parker has self-doubt. He’s Jewish, it’s a defining feature
£3m
Land of Page 3 is full of ‘in your face sexism’
£70,000
600,000
‘Compassion has disappeared out of the welfare state’
Public vigil outside Parliament to call for end to hunger
NOT SUPPLY
London house prices go up £63,000 – twice the capital’s average salary
Thousands forced to register as self-employed as job hunt fails
Land of Page 3 is a ‘boys’ club’ full of ‘in your face sexism’
UN investigator denied access to immigrants
Hacking? I didn’t do it and I didn’t know it was illegal, says Coulson
Baby’s bone marrow can save life of sister aged 2
DLT faces return to court after new assault charge
Polish MP: UK is ‘friendly but expensive’
‘We need to fight a foreign invader … this is about independence’
Hague warns of ‘serious consequences’ for Russia
Hang ups, well of course – Spider-man is Jewish
Instead of issuing dire warnings, the English should throw themselves at the mercy of the Scots and beg them to vote No
Welcome to the repulsive boys’ club, Sarah
To us, you’re all Jewish. Even the Queen
Farage hits back after being accused on MEP expenses
Ready for a downward cycle
MEP ALLOWANCES THE RULES
‘Fixer’ implicated in plot to kill Chechen exile barred from UK
Threatened orchestra plays on, managed by its own musicians
Gove’s choice to lead Islamic school inquiry dismays police
‘Tortured’ British tourist cleared of drugs charges
Fears of a pre-election rush to open free schools
Boy dies after getting tangled on rope swing
Children starting school aged two in race for places
Gove’s choice to lead Islamic school inquiry dismays police
Kiss Banksy goodbye
One in 10 teenage victims of bullying has attempted suicide, study reveals
Fears of a pre-election rush to open free schools
The media wail about money wasted on Tamiflu – but we were the ones who demanded it
British commanders failed to protect Camp Bastion from attack, say MPS
Google lens: for those not wanting to make a spectacle
Salon has close shave with North Korea
Smoking cannabis just once a week can damage young brains
Lansbury opens a new case
It’s a career-saver for me, and my children love it. So what’s the problem with a 10-hour school day?
It’s meant to be the Prado, not Ikea
When the world’s biggest shed took over a London park
‘We were the bunga-bunga country – but now the women are in charge’
Help the aged, Berlusconi
Gandhis at war
Houston’s problem
‘Miracle’ of Misrata
This is my real revolution, says Renzi
Court orders Berlusconi to work with elderly
WOMEN IN BUSINESS
One Gandhi is fighting for power – the rest are fighting each other
Stamp of approval for a gay icon
Beckham hits the wall in fight for stadium in Miami
Mr Houston, you have the problem: acclaim for the man leading search for MH370
Islamist insurgents abduct 100 schoolgirls
Homemade bomb wounds traffic police
Court recognises rights of transgender people
The mall, the militia and the making of Misrata’s ‘miracle’
PRACTICAL WORK IN SCIENCE A-LEVELS
Shale gas gives us time to go green
WHAT AN MP LEARNED IN COURT
MILIBAND NEEDS TO GET OFF THE FENCE
WHAT ARE THE LIBERAL DEMOCRATS FOR?
ALLOTMENTS IN DANGER
TRIUMPHS OF DEMOCRACY
Support in a storm
Size isn’t everything
Ellen E Jones
Catch-22
Nigel Farage
So we go to the kitchen, we talk about his feelings and I say, listen, I’m here for you
We’re under attack from the Establishment’s mouthpiece
IS BIG BETTER?
MOTHER NATURE
A DUTCH DAIRY TALE
Getting there
Should Virgin compensate us for our diverted flight to Scotland?
TO HELLER AND BACK
LOOK BACK IN ANGER
A YBA who is still lighting up the room
Giddy, riotous satire on post-apartheid South Africa
Children’s tale takes delightful flight
Beasts unleashed to powerful effect
Fern Britton’s gardening challenge looks like it will grow into something special
Radio choice
Chess
Codeword #570
Concise crossword #8580
Bridge
Cryptic crossword #8581
Sudoku #4406
Maths Puzzle
Word Wheel
Word Ladder
Edna Doré
Arthur Bellamy
Major-general Logan Scott-bowden
Birthdays
Fraud trial told EX-JJB boss had huge debts
James Moore’s Outlook: bad news for Miliband
Seeking new friends
Billionaires at war
Pay growth ahead?
Debenhams dip
Debenhams fails to benefit in recovery as profits slide
Brokers in court on Libor charges
Puzzle Solutions
Activist Loeb fights back against Sotheby’s
Ex BOS boss buys Albemarle & Bond
Hester makes changes in RSA’S boardroom
Gone in a puff of smoke
‘King of Diamonds’ Leviev wins High Court battle over Angola deal
O’reilly oil firm shoots up on Irish exploration hopes
Coke loses its fizz in the UK as bottles get smaller
BSKYB and Talktalk aim to bypass BT’S broadband
JD Sports’s outdoor brands back in the black
Capita spends up to £105m on software firm
Facebook: socially useful banking
Market Report
Facebook: socially useful banking
These latest CPI numbers add up to very bad news for Labour
Prospect of real pay growth finally in sight after inflation falls again
Diageo makes £1bn United Spirits bid
Nestle suffers 5.1% sales slump in slow quarter
First-quarter gains at Michael Page up 8.1%
Punch profits fall £6m as talks continue on its debt
Ten issues clay courts will serve up
Ruthless Djokovic eases back with a win
Race for fourth
Liverpool remembers
Pete Jenson
Jubilant Joyce
Euro cup worth the wait, Mccafferty tells critics
Campbell-brown cleared after ‘deplorable’ errors
Red Bull lose Ricciardo appeal over fuel sensor
Joyce drives Sussex to brink of unlikely win
COUNTY ROUND-UP
Can Manchester City now gatecrash women’s game?
Lambert’s Villa future in doubt after allies suspended
HOW WSL WORKS
Complacency has taken Barcelona from the sublime to the ridiculous and embarrassing
Revealed: City pay players more than any team in world
Tears, cheers and choirs as Anfield remembers the lost
Martinez rues Kenwright letting slip his top-four pledge
Tears, cheers and choirs as Anfield remembers the lost
Simeone: I cannot stop Costa joining Chelsea
Glazers order cut-price Europa League tickets
Barnsley keep Charlton in relegation dogfight
Podolski’s double has Arsenal believing once again
Five things we learnt from last night’s battle at the Emirates Stadium
Podolski’s double has Arsenal believing once again
Tears are shed and tributes paid at Anfield on the 25th anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster
Wenger hails players’ focus in face of intense pressure
Rafael to reign?
Kicking off

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