The Independent - 29 Dec 2014

Table of content - The Independent (29 Dec 2014)

Fears for 162 as jet disappears from radar
Government favoured Murdoch, says Ofcom chief
All yesterday’s Premier League action
Homeless Veterans:
Deborah Coughlin
Robert Fisk
Amy Adams
Ian Birrell
Train to nowhere
Bedtime story
American TV star charged over stabbing
5,000 workers to lose out in City Link collapse
Finding the key to the ‘locked-room mystery’
Mourinho rages against anti-Chelsea campaign
Afghan war is over but the battle goes on
Facebook year review provokes user fury
Is it time to join the glitter band?
Ellen E Jones
David Prosser
Ian Herbert
∂∂ The trains are fuller than at any time since the 1920s ΣΣ
Weah boosts presidency chances after Senate win
Search goes on after Malaysian jet disappears over Java Sea
Rescuers race to airlift hundreds of passengers trapped on burning ferry
Speculation only hurts the grieving families
Men convicted of murder under joint enterprise law gain right to appeal
Anti-smoking adverts ‘scaremongering’
Clarkson does a runner and dodges the bullet
Facebook attacked over dead relative photos in ‘Year in Review’ slides
Making a splash
Why Tracey Emin’s bed looks too good to be true
Why 2014 was a year of technological let-downs
Why 2014 was a year of technological let-downs
Lack of social workers puts vulnerable children at risk
Rail minister ‘chuffed’, despite delays
My hero of 2014 sacrificed herself to save countless others
Sadly, this year’s villain still has supporters
Parting view of Ofcom chief . . . we hate jokes on the disabled
Rates ‘must be kept low to prevent deflation’
Parting view of Ofcom chief . . . we hate jokes on the disabled
Relations between politicians and News Corp were ‘too cosy’
Veterans pay their respects to a friend who also served
Harry Potter actor David Ryall dies
Jobs and living costs main concern for young voters
Wilfred Owen’s home to be given listed status
Christmas Appeal
War is over – but the battle goes on
Ukraine nuclear alert
Fairways of desire
Scarred by the bell
Robert Fisk
Ukraine turns off reactor at nuclear plant after ‘accident’
‘The Taliban have been calling and threatening my family’
Scarred by the bell: downfall of the TV star charged with bar stabbing
Weah wins Senate seat to set up presidential run in 2017
Princess ‘should give up her right of succession’
Economic crisis clouds presidential ballot
Boko Haram fighters repulsed after attack
Revolutionary Guard chief dies in battle with Isis
A timely reminder of the bloody anniversary we all forgot
Will revolutionary Cuba take ‘bourgeois’ golf to its heart?
A new year display to banish melon-cholia
Minister blames Merkel for immigration backlash
Still confusing religion with ethics
Through the keyhole
Sparkles fly
Deborah Coughlin
Chasing Amy
Best of the dressed
Another Voice Deborah Coughlin
Everyone’s knickers got much trickier in 2014. It wasn’t due only to the Victoria’s Secret show
Mark-down fashion is breeding a new psychology of shoppers
There were more reader complaints this year – but, then again, there were more readers
The publisher of ‘bookazines’ hopes his reliable, unstuffy medium will appeal to parents everywhere
A brave act that others may follow
Nice work if you can get it...
My mother became a bodybuilder. Without her influence, I would just be paralysed with fear
Hooray for ‘Halifax’, where cosy familiarity and real surprises are perfectly in step
Concise crossword
Cryptic crossword
Maths Puzzle
Word Wheel
Word Ladder
Unhappy New Year for 5,000 workers hit by City Link collapse
Our economy has been fuelled by credit for so long that it lacks a culture of equity investment
The Chancellor’s claims are in tatters
Reasons to be cheerful about the prospects for small business finance
Germany and ECB set for fight over money-printing
Puzzle Solutions
Data on Economic Well-Being shows the UK economy is not going to be the electoral asset the Tories hoped

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