The Independent - 23 Jul 2014

Table of content - The Independent (23 Jul 2014)

No end in sight for the long-suffering citizens of Israel and Gaza
Massive rise in sale of British arms to Moscow
Jim Armitage: Another financial scandal in the NHS
Matthew Norman
Donald Macintyre
Noel Fielding
The central point is that Russia’s economy is a one-trick pony
Ellen E Jones
Oliver Wright
KIM SENGUPTA IN GAZA,
Cold case
Common goal
100 days of pain and rage after girls’ abduction
‘Ban teachers if they fail to protect British values’
Sorry O+, I’m just not your type
On your marks, get set, for Glasgow
RBS chiefs accused over ‘internal profit centre’
Where you can be Prince for a day
Shakespeare in blood sickens theatre-goers
Tom Peck
Gillian Orr
Rhodri Marsden
Ukraine claims photograph is proof that separatists have surface-to-air missiles
Key flight data on MH17 to be examined in the UK
Pro-Russian rebel ‘admits to shooting down plane’
Key flight data on MH17 to be examined in the UK
Arms licences remain in place for ‘dual-use’ goods
Why did it take until now for a public inquiry into Litvinenko?
If Europe wants to turn up the heat, it must wean itself off Russian gas
Delegates at Aids summit vow to honour MH17 victims
September 11 returns to haunt NY-bound Lampard
Revealed: the VAT loophole driving NHS pharmacy services into hands of private sector
Tulisa may sue over ‘Fake Sheikh’ sting after drugs trial collapses
‘Betrayed’ Murdoch said neither Coulson nor Brooks would ever work for his companies again
Phone use in cars ‘not linked to crashes’
Global summit on FGM pledges new unit to stamp out crimes against girls
Head girl Theresa wows the Tory back benches
Trinity takes the honours as the top college at Europe’s top university
Morgan: teachers will be struck off if they don’t protect ‘British values’
STUDENT PROTEST
Pure dead brilliant: a Clyde-built welcome for the Games
I moved here from Suffolk because I don’t like the royal family and for more community
A failed charity, three grants and Tory connections...
First triumph for anti-fracking camp: West Sussex village spared the drill
The brothers are famous for being reclusive. Only a handful of photographs of the men have ever been published
All ends unwell for 100 audience casualties of Globe’s gory ‘Titus’
Matthew Norman
Israel knows exactly what it’s doing
Andy McSmith
Nice approves skin and prostate cancer drugs
Government has ‘lost’ 175,000 illegal migrants
Israel’s nightmare scenario
99 days later President finally meets parents of kidnapped schoolgirls
‘Why did they bomb this place? There are no fighters here’
‘Why did they bomb this place? There are no fighters here’
99 days later, Nigerian leader meets parents of missing schoolgirls
Body confirmed as Korean ferry boss
Are you my type?
TRUST FUND
SYNTAX RELIEF
STATUS SYMBOLS
ROYAL VISIT
ROYAL VISIT
NOEL’S NEW COMIC BREW
NOEL’S NEW COMIC BREW
Eight series in and the X-rated show-offs are still somehow the talk of the Toon
Chess
Codeword
Concise crossword
Bridge
NEED HELP WITH THE CONCISE OR CRYPTIC CROSSWORD?
NEED A LITTLE HELP GETTING STARTED?
Cryptic crossword
Sudoku
ITN’s Carol Barnes and her female colleagues became known as ‘Ryan’s Daughters’
MPs attack RBS bosses over claims about small business scandal
Max profit for Leslau in Docks sale
Deficit targets blow
‘We delivered recovery’
Bitten by fashion
Green levy windfall
James Moore on RBS’s latest PR disaster
Government under fire for being soft on Big Six
More towers for Canary Wharf
Eurotunnel sees profits surge as economy grows
£450,000 fine upheld for ex-dealmaker Hannam
Max Petroleum hoists ‘for sale’ sign
Will Cath Kidston reach full bloom in Asia?
Outlook James Moore RBS has a lot to learn if it’s to regain customers’ trust
Job losses planned with Crocs in deep water
Osborne’s borrowing may dent deficit targets
Harley-Davidson hit by bike delays
Market Report
Lidl hits back with £25m UK tax bill
‘The Bank delivered the recovery’
Lyth’s seven catches help hoist Yorkshire back to top of the table Cricket
COUNTY ROUND-UP
Buttler called up but England persist with underachievers
Judge opted not to quash Anderson charge
Blistering climb by Pinot gives leaders scare
No targets for Van Gaal as long as he is winning
Bojan leaves Barcelona for Stoke on a four-year deal
Brazil bring back Dunga to take over from Scolari
Fury still ready to fight – against mystery opponent
‘ I MISSED MY FERGIE TIME’
Van Dijk and Pukki make it plain sailing for Celtic
Dyke’s potshots are welcome, but Fifa’s Dear Leader is safe from harm
Russia’s suitability for 2018 ‘to be looked at’
Queen’s Estimate fails test for morphine Racing
All the action in Glasgow, from Bolt to Wiggo
Blur of excitement: Glasgow gears up for Commonwealth Games
A World Cup in England? Not while Blatter is in power – Dyke
Anderson ban hearing looms large over crucial third Test
‘I wish Fergie had stayed’:

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