The Independent - 22 Nov 2014

Table of content - The Independent (22 Nov 2014)

Hysteria, vilification, a spurious ‘victim’: welcome to the age of anti-politics
Jubilant Ukip sets its sights on power
Christmas bonus: the ultimate guide to 2014’s best gifts
Janet Street-Porter
Evgeny Lebedev
Pete Doherty
Reese Witherspoon
Howard Jacobson
Boyd Tonkin
John Lichfield
Simon Calder
Donald Macintyre
The Rainbow Parliament
A star is reborn
Jackson Browne’s still taking it easy
Six Muslim schools are threatened with closure
Hamilton faces most important race of his life
The amazing afterlife of Jerome Flynn
The holiday to give you a real blast
Winter fears as record numbers visit A&E
The priest who is firing Mexico’s ‘revolution’
Rupert Cornwell
Tim Sherwood
James Asthon
Iran’s class divide made clear
The driving force of our campaigns is your generosity
You cannot insult a group of people and then say: ‘I would never insult them’
£44.8m
Queen of pop jailed for money laundering
Employers told to look out for signs of domestic violence
The word of Mrs Gates: ‘Invest in a woman and you invest in everyone’
‘Cannibalism’ victim died from sharp force trauma
Yahoo Mail affected by severed undersea cable
Isis hostage Cantlie speaks of ‘executions’
An expression of voters’ rage that is unlikely to dissipate
Labour and Tories under pressure after Ukip victory
If you want the secret of how we won, here it is: listening to people
Tory MPs ready to defect may think twice
Angry Miliband denies that sacking Shadow Cabinet ally was an overreaction
So voters can say what they like about politicians...
SKINNER ATTACKS UKIP
Conservatives
Tactical voting blamed for party’s worst result ever
Lib Dems
Six Muslim schools threatened with closure
Two removal men killed as balcony collapses in exclusive London square
Tesco takes stand against front pages deemed unsuitable for children
New paper to support independent Scotland
A journey from the chaos of addiction to the joy of sobriety
S&M plus M&S leads to a brush with the law
Man who killed father says he was abused
A journey from the chaos of addiction to the joy of sobriety
Record numbers visiting A&E raise fears of winter NHS crisis
Has the mystery of the Log Ness Monster been solved?
The show that tests the first rule of felines: you can’t groom a cat
Schoolboy’s £14,000 tuck-shop racket
Plebs, public school boys and politics: class war breaks out in Court 13
Tax haven refuses Cameron’s request to lift ‘cloak of secrecy’
Plebs, public school boys and politics: class war breaks out in Court 13
An 18-month jail term but out in five – his old paper would be outraged
Reactor shut down at Scottish nuclear station
Saturated fats ‘not that unhealthy’, research says
NHS staff to join fight against Ebola in Freetown
Scientists recommend that babies should be exposed to at least 21,000 words a day
Nappies could contain messages to get parents talking to babies
Here come the Russians
British advisers defend safety of three-parent babies
Last Post sounds for Normandy Veterans’ Association – but their memories will live on...
1,200 Eurostar passengers stranded as power line fails
‘We want to start a new Mexico’
Saving Africa’s elephants
Spanish pop queen jailed
Webb of intrigue
Heartache of a mother
‘We don’t want this corrupt country any more’
Nuclear talks pause as deadline for deal nears
Minister quits over financial crime claims
Spain’s queen of popular music sent to jail for money laundering
The teenager who ran away to join Isis – and the mother who rescued her
How your money is already saving elephants
HERE COME THE JUDGES. THANK HEAVENS I’M NOT ONE OF THEM
Playwright, 35
HOLLYWOOD’S NEW POWER BROKER
FILM
HE’S STILL NOT TAKING IT EASY
HE’S STILL NOT TAKING IT EASY
Artist
GAMES
VISUAL ARTS HIGHLIGHT
BOOKS & TALKS HIGHLIGHT
COMEDY HIGHLIGHT
DANCE HIGHLIGHT
JAZZ HIGHLIGHT
POP HIGHLIGHT
THEATRE HIGHLIGHT
5 BEST OUT NOW
Hamas ‘plotted assassination of Israeli Foreign Minister’
Protesters heckle Ukrainian President
Five million reasons to celebrate, six million to fear
The redneck Vietnam vet eyeing the US presidency
Five million reasons to celebrate, six million to fear
Sotheby’s ditches its chairman
Voices
Janet Street-Porter
Howard Jacobson
Lee Evans
Michael Collins
Another Voice
Emily Thornberry’s contempt for the working class is nothing new in the Labour Party
Rochester has spoken. It’s time to listen
Expect the worst from those who offer to be the best. Better still, jump ship before disappointment can trip you up
A malapropism I reluctantly bring to your attention
The slapstick comedian has announced the end of his 30-year career – and bared his soul about his chronic insecurity. By The fears of a clown
Why can’t we give in private, instead of making such a show of donating to charity
She denied being rich: ‘I have a lot of artworks but I can’t eat them, can I?’
China slashes rates to help revive growth
“No win, no fees” and the arrival of the US-style class action promise plenty of work for lawyers
The race to Dubai
Sky’s limit
Osborne off target
The 200-1 gamble
Sky shareholders in revolt over secretive and ‘excessive’ bonuses
HSBC tax fears deepen with French inquiry
Freud negotiations over stake sale to WPP
Rolls-Royce boosted by order for Trent engines
Net-a-Porter primed for sale or flotation
China Re walks tall in Lloyd’s of London
My Week Chris Blackhurst
Osborne’s deficit target in peril as borrowing rises
Hornby back on right track
The Dubai miracle: thanks to our taxes
Market Report
Agenda James Ashton
The odds of finding a fund manager who will beat the market over the long term are about one in 200
Gold-plated pensions – the key to retirement freedom?
POINTS TO REMEMBER
The People’s Champion
In The Red
The Analyst
Questions of Cash
The People’s Champion Simon Read
The People’s Champion Simon Read
My father’s estate is waiting on a refund from npower
You take a chance but VCTs have sorted the wheat from the chaff
Small shareholders have been marginalised. But don’t give up
A disadvantage of being on a shareholders’ register is phone calls from boiler-room spivs
Find the deals that have real value beneath the Black Friday hype
Would £150 make you switch banks?
So it’s a no for Wonga, but a yes for the demon drink
Money Insider
Sudoku
Codeword
Concise crossword
SOLUTION TO YESTERDAY’S CODEWORD
SOLUTION TO YESTERDAY’S CONCISE CROSSWORD
Prize cryptic crossword
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Last week’s solution and winners
STUCK ON A WORD?
Last Saturday’s solution
Friday’s solution
LAST WEEK’S WINNERS
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Solution to Jumbo #287
Jumbo Prize
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