The Independent - 24 Sep 2014

Table of content - The Independent (24 Sep 2014)

Miliband forgets his lines on the economy
Obama’s Damascene conversion
Cameron overheard saying the Queen ‘purred’
Matthew Norman
Chloe Hamilton
Val McDermid
Chris Blackhurst
Hamish McRae
A new Washington consensus
Echoes of Churchill and Stalin
The case for deploying forces
Cameron’s unenviable choice
Syria’s new front
Miliband’s alternative
Behind the cameras at BBC’s dream factory
Change in the air at New York climate summit
Alan Henning’s wife gets tape of his pleas for life
Saints dump Arsenal out of Capital One Cup
The tiger comes back to tea... after 46 years
Dave Lee Travis guilty of TV sex assault
Now Tesco’s sales tumble at record rate
Andrew Buncombe
Ellen E Jones
James Moore
Dave Brown
Your Majesty, it is all right, it’s OK. She purred down the line
24,000
State school bars girl for wearing full-face veil
£61bn
6%
DIARY
A severe blow to Isis – but boots on the ground may still be needed
Cameron hints at involvement in Iraq
Gulf monarchies support American air strikes
America’s attacks on Syria may help its despot keep his regime alive
The ‘peace President’ had to take stronger action in Syria
Wife of British hostage receives audio file of him ‘pleading for his life’
UK captive reads out warning to US in video
NHS staff sign up to help fight against Ebola in Sierra Leone
Dave Lee Travis guilty of indecently assaulting researcher
Mansion tax and tobacco firm levies to fund £2.5bn boost to health service
A Freudian slip? Miliband forgets to mention the bit about the deficit
Ed can do anything – even bring peace to the Middle East
Ed co-opts Gareth, Xiomara, Josephine (and a few others)
WHAT MILIBAND SAID AND WHAT HE MEANT
Labour vow on human rights
Matthew Norman on Chuka Umunna
Editorial
Labour vows to put human rights at heart of its campaign
Delegates ask: why is G4S guarding us?
Queen ‘purred down the line’ when told of the referendum result, Cameron unwittingly reveals
The most important question about Scotland is: what happens now?
Rushing heart-attack victims to hospital ‘could cost lives’
Benefits of statins ‘outweigh the risks’
Idris Elba gets in early with his Mobo
BA pilot ‘used his job to meet under-age boys around world’
Goldman Sachs has offered £1.2m to two of its new neighbours
Now Goldman Sachs stands accused of daylight robbery
Ukulele bands’ court row strung out by judge
A quarter of those on the exchange scheme meet their partner there
Forget dating sites, Erasmus is the place to find true love
Roy ‘Chubby’ Brown is fined on charity outing
Sexual e-cigarette ad offends TV viewers
Yard reviews failure to spot Alice suspect
Have you ever seen politics so venal? One second Cameron cries for the Union, the next he’s joined the Poor Little Englanders
Could flirty Chuka be worth a punt for Labour’s top job?
Charges dropped against officer who accused police of bias
Young people are bombarded with negative messages about sex
Give children lessons in relationships and sex, urge campaigners
Comment
School bars girl from sixth form for wearing full-face veil
Mother and son killed by train at station
Young bipolar sufferers ‘not being diagnosed’
‘Breaking Bad copycat plotter conned friend into collecting poison’
Manilow makes heavenly music on his new album
Police identify two men in hunt for beach killers
Staff work harder in more expensive offices
Now’s the time to get the public finances in order so the next recession won’t hurt as much as the last one
The trick that’s taxing Obama
The fragile climate consensus
Eye for an eye
Asian view
Parting shot
Galapagos George
Brazil refuses to sign up to deforestation pledge
‘Climate change is the defining issue of our age’
My George! Custody battle in Galapagos over tortoise remains
Prime Minister withdraws tougher abortion bill
Life sentence for Bin Laden’s son-in-law
Zoo tiger kills man who climbed into enclosure
Tea and sympathy for the idea of religion as a force for peace
Future of airline at stake, striking pilots told
Karzai’s parting shot: the US wanted war in Afghanistan
Israel kills Palestinians suspected of teenagers’ murders
Winners, losers and the West Lothian question
After the lights went out
Judith Kerr
The plate escape
Feminism’s frontlines
Plowing on
The empty studios are scary in their enormity, haunted by the ghosts of shows past
Listen to Emma Watson and you think, why aren’t all men feminists?
The empty studios are scary in their enormity, haunted by the ghosts of shows past
NOT SO SNAPPY
1915 AND ALL THAT
BAY OF PLENTY
Will I ever be able to fly from Manchester to Gatwick again?
WOMAN ON THE VERGE
Another midlife crisis for the poor man’s Travis Bickle
Chess
Concise crossword #8718
Codeword #708
Cryptic crossword #8719
Sudoku #4543
From his position on the Golan Heights he could see enemy forces gathering
Tesco crisis deepens as customers flee and class action lawsuit looms
ALAN STEWART THE NEW FINANCE DIRECTOR
Former JJB Sports boss in court accused of £1m fraud
Monarch to fly high again?
‘They say every little helps, but Tesco’s demands are never little’
Tesco is not the first retail giant to lose its crown, but the grocer is still in denial
Rival products and poor weather hit Tate & Lyle
AA profits tumble in first results since listing
Profits soar at AG Barr thanks to Glasgow games
Close Brothers profits rise as IPO market revives
Former JJB boss in court accused of £1m fraud
Market Report
Starbucks beware: union leader seeks jail terms for overseas tax avoiders
Mothercare shares fall on revamp
Jail for men involved in carbon credit thefts
Barclays to pay $15m over Lehman deal failures
Cut peak use for money, National Grid tells firms
Online dating firm Cupid suffers widening losses
Dear George: pay rises are the answer to reducing our deficit
Pub group hungry for rival Spirit
England suffer blow with wounded Tigers Youngs and Parling ruled out of action
Wiggins confident of ending Martin’s dominance
Rugby fans left short-changed by Warburton ruling
Cup outing may offer respite for Pochettino
Old Firm woes have revitalised Scottish football
Nadal’s coach has put backward spin on Davis Cup job
Celebrity big Bubba Watson ready to keep a lid on ‘goofy’ behaviour
Chapple heroics may all be in vain in relegation decider
Murray and Nadal camps may clash over women in men’s game
Wilson out of coma after undergoing brain surgery
Hetherington charged over homophobia case
Afridi hit with pay cut over poor fitness levels
Newcastle’s cup snub shows numbers rule over romance
‘Cool guy’ Milanic to take charge at Elland Road
Ronaldo continues his goal spree in Real rout
Samba refuses to play following racist abuse
Room for one more on Warnock’s coaching staff
Pochettino lays down law after limp displays
Tan takes a gamble on wayward winger Morrison
Liverpool forced to work over time by Toure’s terrible tackle
Clinical Clyne gives finishing edge to Saints
Clinical Clyne gives finishing edge to Saints
Swansea gain historic win over Everton
Round-up
‘Big dog’ Bubba says he won’t be goofy in Gleneagles
I arrived with an empty notebook, I left with it filled with the details of a one-man crime wave
G-Mac: why I can’t play with Rory any more
‘Fergie is a very keen golfer. He knows the team’
McGinley drafts in Ferguson to give Europeans a pep talk
West Ham would veto Spurs’ use of Olympic Stadium

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