The Independent - 2 Sep 2014

Table of content - The Independent (2 Sep 2014)

Saudis may risk Muslim division with proposal to move Mohamed’s tomb
Strong public opposition to UK air strikes on Isis, poll shows
Drive to claw back millions from wealthy crooks failing
David Sedaris
Grace Dent
Michael McCarthy
Virginia Ironside
Steve Richards
Robert Fisk
Changing the channel
Pakistan’s pain
Ashya’s parents held by Spanish courts
Does banning drinking ever do any good?
Falcao the big mover on transfer deadline day
Ambitious plan to give Motown its Mojo back
Tesco share price slumps after investors take flight
Sam Wallace
CORRECTION
Nick Cave as you have never seen him before
British activist faces jail in Thailand
Brian Adcock
Don’t let your parents decide who rules this country
$500,000
3.3%
‘Witch finder’ threatens to sue humanists for £500m
180
DIARY
A sacked Attorney General gives the Prime Minister some very public advice
Majority opposed to bombing Isis but Cameron leaves the door to action open
A sacked Attorney General gives the Prime Minister some very public advice
The tomb of Mohamed and a plan that would divide a religion
Bercow’s ‘modest pause’ in clerk appointment
Giant panda may have suffered miscarriage
This could be a ploy to placate hardline opinion
Ashya’s parents held by Spanish courts for 72 hours as they fight extradition warrant
Cliff Richard raid: BBC may publish emails ‘exposing police complicity’
You’re not spoiling me: US ambassador sick of our lamb and potatoes
Courts must do more to recover criminal gains, urges Labour
‘Competing’ agencies hindered McCann probe
Steve Richards
Effective action on terror is easier said than done
Half of schools in UK’s biggest academy chain failing pupils
Make peerages transparent, says commission
High and dry no more: unused diving board given Grade II status
Plebgate: police texted about ‘toppling Tories’
‘Lady Apostle’ tries to rid herself of her demons with £500m defamation action
Suitcase and gas mask packed
Europe’s very early tsunami warning system
British activist faces jail in Thailand for exposing alleged abuse of workers
Chetham’s conductor jailed for 1970s assault
‘Boris Island’ airport plan about to be grounded
Bronson admits assault on prison governor
As Scotland’s referendum turns nasty, will it be safe to vote?
Don’t want us to salivate over stolen pictures of your naked body? Then why take them? Or so the internet idiots tell us...
Too quick to blame the parents
Widower ‘begged wife to stay home in bad weather’
Hospital admissions for skin cancer rise by 41%
The road to recovery
United front
Twisted history
Digital revolution
Broadcast news
Nato readies a rapid-reaction spearhead force
Court to agree plan to write off $7bn of Detroit debt
Raphael masterpiece warped by museum’s faulty air conditioning
Sweeney doorsteps Putin over killings in Ukraine
Power vacuum after apparent coup attempt
Democracy protesters disrupt official meeting
‘Stock up on toilet paper in case of earthquake’
‘Does Imran Khan think he could do this in London?’
Israel’s ‘land for lives’ is theft. Pure and simple
Kim Dotcom’s latest trick: shaking up New Zealand politics
Hasn’t Ukraine always been essential to Russia?
Pilgrim’s progress
Sober state
Access all areas
Mike McCarthy
Glass half full
Nature Studies
LAST ORDERS
PLAIN SPEAKING
LAST ORDERS
PAGE EARNER
THE TURNING PINT
Dilemmas
THE TURNING PINT
ONE DAY WITH NICK CAVE
ONE DAY WITH NICK CAVE
THE MUSICAL THAT SPARKED A DOGFIGHT
A third instalment of ‘21 Up’ proves that a more diverse Britain is worth celebrating
Science student Orala and jet-setter Alexandra are prioritising self-improvement over romance
Chess
Bridge
Concise crossword
Cryptic crossword
Sudoku
He said his early career selling household products was good training for a life in fashion
New man should put customers first Comment
Tesco price falls again as investors rush to dump shares
Manufacturing slows
Passing trade
Not banking on HSBC
Global power question
Worries over recovery as manufacturing slows
Puzzle Solutions
Payday loans send more than ever into debt woes
Two new deals for property firm Kier
Ecuador to launch digital currency in December
Leonardo shines again
Trade critics driven ‘by anti-American sentiment’
Blavatnik makes play for online sports group
Vodafone hangs up on Phones 4U agreement
Berkeley boss says prices are returning to normal
Sanction fears see rouble hit new low against dollar
Smith’s golden goodbye from Tullett Prebon
Irish growth bucks eurozone trend
Woodford warns of ‘fine inflation’
Market Report
Woodford warns of ‘fine inflation’
Outlook James Moore
Das Capital Satyajit Das
Keedy’s wickets roll back the years and keep Nottinghamshire title hopes alive
COUNTY ROUND-UP
Djokovic draws on feel-good factor from Open fans
Serena shrugs off a bad year to cruise into last eight of US Open
Edwards’ half-century guides England home
Contador puts himself back in frame for Vuelta
Injury makes Sexton a doubt for Test series
McGinley and Watson prepare to bet the farm on their wild cards
Farrell ready to exorcise the ghosts of a testing summer
England midfielder says new generation can replace Gerrard and Lampard
Henderson: it’s time for the kids to step forward
Football
Talking Football
Hull break club record to sign £10m Hernandez
Palace pounce for Wigan’s McArthur
Liverpool in talks to bring Valdes to Anfield
Falcao: top talent yet to hit his stride
Colombian’s arrival lets Welbeck seal £16m Arsenal deal
‘This is a dream come true’
Sam Wallace
Captain’s choice
Perfect 10?
Will Bell pay price?

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