The Independent - 25 Oct 2014

Table of content - The Independent (25 Oct 2014)

Phone hacking: the Piers Morgan connection
Cameron vows to defy EU on £1.7bn cash demand
How I went interstellar
‘I caught Ebola and survived...’ A nurse tells her inspiring story
Revolutionary – or daft conspiracy theorist?
Still hungry after all those weeks
Ukip, Grayson Perry and British identity
No business like art business
In praise of days of rest
When faces are masks
A musical pilgrimage
Awaiting treatment
Support your local Tesco!
Push it – it might just work in your favour
Gehry on architecture: modern work is rubbish
How to be more Catholic than the Pope
The rumble in the jungle, 40 years on
Smoke damage: the Glasgow School of Art
From the Outback to the A-list
Every US state has a silver lining...
Mark Hix
Grace Dent
Andrew Grice
The music of the image
When a great editor dies, we must all try harder
Wales has come a long way since an Encyclopedia Britannica entry read: For Wales, see England
£2.5bn
Doctors hail first ‘dead’ heart transplant
DON’T FORGET TO PUT YOUR CLOCKS BACK BY ONE HOUR AT 2AM
Company’s admission reflects badly on Morgan’s ‘Mirror’
Smooth talker whose words may come back to haunt him
Rebekah Brooks may work for Murdoch in US
UK woman dies in Thai cosmetic surgery clinic
Gehry gives the finger to all new buildings (except his)
EU budget bill plays into hands of Eurosceptics, warns Cameron
PM rages, but he has few real options
New carbon target is bold but ‘not enough’
PM rages, but he has few real options
Farage admits ally’s chief is ‘utterly’ reprehensible
Scottish Labour Party leader to stand down
First female bishop expected next year
A £150,000 bill to reconstruct the ‘Plebgate’ row – all 59 syllables of it
Universities will face cash shortfall, says council
Another ‘Newsnight’ interview, another row as Brand tries his hand at 9/11 conspiracy theorist
Activist in book row: ‘I was smeared’
Saatchi Bill for untested drugs ‘would pose risk to patient safety’
NHS spends £2.5bn on agency staff to meet rising demand
Gap-year volunteer projects could do more harm than good
Boy aged 12 among youths arrested over sex attack
Rail workers were just seconds from death
CoE synod to welcome first Muslim speaker
Farmer jailed for enslaving ‘vulnerable’ man for 13 years
Taking on Ukip requires a delicate balancing act for both main parties
Parties play political football in effort to woo supporters
Is the help of a pushy parent the surest route to stardom?
A cry from the valleys, for the nation Britain forgot
Doctors hail first ‘dead’ heart transplant – and promise many more
Lorry driver cleared of causing woman’s death
Woman with learning disability can give consent
My great-uncle Michael took his walking stick everywhere. Now you can bid for it
BBC signs deal with ‘Breaking Bad’ station
Several sticks hung on his hatstand. After he died, Salman Rushdie’s son took one to remember him
The whitewashing of a war crime
What’s Putin’s war game?
Softly, softly
A call for calm
‘At last, it’s you...’
Is Sri Lanka the victim of a biased media? So the lobbyists claim
Attack on Egyptian army post kills 25 people
Suspect in US journalist’s death is released from jail
Imam urges Canadians not to give in to ‘fear and mistrust’
I’m fortunate and blessed, says the nurse now free of Ebola
Crash victim crawled for three days in jungle
What’s Putin’s war game?
Revolutionary lost Caravaggio painting identified
The star of Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar on how they reinvented the blockbuster
The Foo Fighters singer on his new TV travel show
‘Selling shoes or selling art – it’s all the same’
Steve Richards examines a very vague call to arms
The Apprentice is a joke, but we still love it
Comedian/writer, 33
A METEORIC RISE INTO STELLAR TERRITORY
THE VERY SECRET LIFE OF ‘INTERSTELLAR’
‘I DON’T WANT PEOPLE TO LAUGH AT ME’
COME ON, SURALAN, YOU’RE NOT TELLING ME SARAH DALES IS A REAL PERSON, ARE YOU?
FROM OZ TO ANCIENT EGYPT
FROM OZ TO ANCIENT EGYPT
Painter
The Church is changing – and the forces of reaction will not prevail against it
Voices
Howard Jacobson
Janet Street-Porter
Andrew Green
Alice Jones
Another Voice
Sex as a tool for keeping the peace? Surely that’s taking undercover policing too far
Parkinson’s sufferers do not give up work easily
Howard Jacobson
A divisive peer for a divided time
A LIFE IN BRIEF
Janet Street-Porter
Listening in on the radio, he was able to hear that Argentinian craft were landing at Port Stanley
‘Learn as much as you can from those you admire – then find your own voice,’ she advised students
Asda women may sue over equal pay
It was very much a case of ‘trust me, there will be jam tomorrow’. This is starting to become a habit
Goldman accused
Slower services
$180bn bailout victim?
Jim Armitage
Tough times for hotels and restaurants curb economy
TSB fights claims it’s too small to challenge
Bad headlines for owner of the Financial Times
Cobham wins search and rescue deal in Australia
ENRC wins legal right to keep its laundry private
Kazakh oligarch to be extradited from France
Tesco’s new chief should listen to the spinners because silence isn’t golden
Spanish accuse Goldman of hiking rent for the poor
Crossrail firm blown off track
The $180bn bailout victim?
Market Report
For some oligarchs, when the seas are rough, they sail off to Zug
Own shares? You can tell bosses not to behave badly
Investor David Wilson, 33, wants to bring back ‘people power’
In The Red
Questions of Cash
The People’s Champion
The Analyst
Payday loans that are marketed at kids? Why not? They’re already brainwashed into wanting products
Payday loans that are marketed at kids? Why not? They’re already brainwashed into wanting products
Payment woes with Barclays overshadow Cornish holiday
How shops are making you spend...
We’re susceptible to ‘Magpie Syndrome’, drawn in by the shiny and new
Cambridge house prices outstrip the capital
‘Empty nesters’ are better off by £1,200 a year
Premiums on their way back up for motorists
Millions of us have been exposed to online fraud
Don’t panic. Canny investors sit tight when the stock market falls
Dividends ease the suffering in a moribund stock market
The cash handouts of many constituents would have improved the portfolio dramatically
Bargain Hunter
Fee makes super-low rate less attractive
I’m no grass – but this is a lawyer I’m talking about
Saturday morning at the movies: the kids can go cheap in half-term
Money Insider
Sudoku
Concise crossword
SOLUTION TO YESTERDAY’S CONCISE CROSSWORD
Prize cryptic crossword
Prize Super Sudoku
Last Saturday’s solution
Friday’s solution
Prize jumbo general knowledge crossword
Solution to Jumbo #283
Jumbo Prize
Bonus Prize

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