The Independent - 29 Jan 2015

Table of content - The Independent (29 Jan 2015)

Laughing all the way to the bank: beavers granted indefinite leave to remain in England
Scandal of doctors who take ‘cash for referrals’
Men will have to prove they have consent under DPP’s tough new rape guidelines
Rosie Millard: Of course Katie Price’s son deserves taxpayers’ support
THE BEST FOR POLITICS
Tom Stoppard’s problematic return
Is victory over Isis really in sight?
Diego Costa and the beast within
THE BEST WRITERS
Sweet and sour
Turning the tables
Natural History Museum packs ‘Dippy’ away
The North is more than Manchester, say rivals
Qatar wins battle to take over Canary Wharf
Discovering the hidden beauty of the office
England decimated ahead of Six Nations
Jordan agrees prisoner swap with Isis
The sad side of making people laugh
Rhodri Marsden
Will Dean
Hamish McRae
Dave Brown
∂∂ There will neither be a catastrophic clash nor continued kowtowing ΣΣ
€45,000
$150m
Pegida loses new leader – after just one week
13%
Satisfaction with NHS rises despite missed targets on waiting times
Doctors get cash incentives from healthcare firms for patient referrals
PRIVATE OPERATORS
NHS IN FIGURES
Satisfaction with NHS rises despite missed targets on waiting times
‘Every Christmas, I’d worry it was my last – but £10m drug gave me back my life’
Last summer I kayaked and camped down the Dordogne – unthinkable while on dialysis
Sketch
Miliband fails to weaponise himself
EU officials fly in as Greece starts cancelling austerity policies
Polonium 210 ingestion was the smoking gun in this case
Blairite attacks ‘harm Labour’s prospects at election’
Tory councillors revolt against ‘back-stabbing’ MP who doctored photograph
Problematic: Stoppard’s meditation on mind, minus the usual alchemy
Anger as British Airways ‘devalues’ air miles
Record profit leaves Apple wondering how to spend $178bn
We addicts are all too happy to be milked for our cash
Personal view
What Labour needs to promote is a ‘trickle-up’ philosophy
Powerhouse Manchester rouses the anger of rivals in the provinces In a global economy you want one city outside London which is the focus for international investment
Jail ‘wrong’ for half of women inmates
Powerhouse Manchester rouses the anger of rivals in the provinces In a global economy you want one city outside London which is the focus for international investment
Jailed nurse not guilty of killing four patients, says trial juror
Trojan Horse schools ‘still under threat’
Snubbed by the Brits, Kasabian say they’ll rock the Baftas instead
Subtitle errors make some shows ‘unwatchable’
Scottish government suspends fracking
‘Foul-smelling’ squash drink recalled by Tesco
I’m not sure I fancy any meal that’s been cooked up by a computer
Books programmes on the BBC: who remembers them?
Food shortages loom as world’s staples hit peak production
Is this the skull of one of the first modern humans to live outside Africa?
Food shortages loom as world’s staples hit peak production
Family denied right to sue police over death
Paedophile doctor jailed for 22 years is struck off
Rupert Murdoch takes on US gossip website over ‘tweeting while drunk’ rumour
Dippy the dinosaur to be replaced by blue whale skeleton
‘Use animation in news to reach young viewers’
Elderly ‘still enjoying active sex life’, says study
MP says Coalition ‘not doing enough’ for homeless veterans
First wild beavers in England for 500 years win their freedom This is great news for beavers and a victory for common sense
Floods lead to sharp rise in climate change fear
The Tories’ missing reports on ‘weaponising’ mass distraction
IVF could help prevent transfer of cell mutations
Care-home ‘escapee’ leaves estate to RNLI
Jordan offers prisoner for Isis hostage
Border war
Patrick Cockburn
Blizzard buddies
Usborne in the USA
‘It will be hard going back, but Syria is our country – Kobani is our home’
Fate of Jordanian pilot and Japanese hostage still unclear
Jordan’s fear of internal strife is key
Isis will stand firm so long as enemies fail to find common plan
Israel considers its response after Hezbollah missiles kill two soldiers
Second Pegida leader in a week quits, blaming ‘media pressure’
Dieudonné on trial for inciting racial hatred with anti-Semitic remarks
Clooney leads appeal against genocide ‘lie’
Court backs tough stance on asylum-seekers
Arrests deal blow to mafia gang in north
The hills are alive... with a kangaroo loose
Can the presidential election be bought? It looks like we’re about to find out...
How New York became snowed under – with personal ads
Ten priests charged with sexually abusing altar boys in Spain
Jurassic Coast plans are shocking
Nice day at the office
Get off my land!
Eyewitness accounts
Black power
Rosie Millard
Lay off Katie Price – she’s entitled to state help for her disabled son
This is a handy reminder that some of our taxes do go to worthy causes
BLACK TO THE FRONT
HAS THE ARCHERS LOST THE PLOT?
SEEING IS BELIEVING
The Hyundai i20 is as friendly and eager as a Jack Russell terrier
If real friendship makes your heart beat faster, this isn’t the app for you
TURNING THE TABLES
The dark side of being a successful headteacher
MISERY AND MIRTH
MISERY AND MIRTH
Jerome reckoned that if he hollered at 10 girls, four of them would end up sleeping with him
Victory for Paxman and the absorbing, revealing tale of Churchill’s last days
Chess
Codeword
Poker
Concise crossword
SOLUTION TO YESTERDAY’S CONCISE CROSSWORD
Cryptic crossword
Sudoku
Maths Puzzle
Word Wheel
Word Ladder
Yesterday’s solution
New dawn for Canary Wharf as owner caves in to £2.6bn bid
Once Apple’s numbers are crunched, there’s really not a lot to celebrate
‘Eurozone must spend’
Shutting up shop
Phoning ahead
Hamish McRae
From Thatcher to Qatar: a turbulent Docklands history
New owners commit to retaining key staff
THE MAIN PLAYERS
Puzzle Solutions
CANARY WHARF IN NUMBERS
2,000 Tesco jobs in jeopardy as boss reveals locations for 43 shop closures
Carney urges eurozone to spend its way out of stagnation
Loyalty scheme payouts flatten Ikea’s profits
Severn cuts dividend to reduce household bills
Optimum warns of 1,000 job losses in South Africa
Booming H&M plans to open 400 stores
Airbus chief apologises for delays in A400M delivery
The most profitable product in history
Market Report
Outlook James Moore
The most profitable product in history
Hamish McRae
McIlroy: legal troubles something I wouldn’t want anyone to endure
Mayweather and Pacquiao swap phone numbers
I’m ready to peak – just in time for India, says Broad
Lee departs crestfallen as hat-trick chance ends in final loss
Bubka will stand against Coe for IAAF presidency
Lynn joins Williams as development driver
British League take legal action over closure threat
Gatland retains healthy respect as England limp into opener
Lancaster ‘grits his teeth’ over injuries
Kiwis Schmidt and Cotter drop old pals’ act in Celtic collision
Sevens trial will allow England to blood new players
Lancaster ‘grits his teeth’ over injuries
Vallverdu plays down Berdych’s inside line on Murray
Stage is set for another Wawrinka v Djokovic classic
Moyes hoping to cast another powerful spell over Ancelotti
City forge links with St Etienne to source talent
Ivory Coast through but draw to decide other place
Football
African Cup
Even Figo’s silky skills cannot weaken the hold Blatter enjoys over Fifa
Eriksen’s double blunts Adams the sharpshooter
Deal to sign defender Gabriel finally completed
Neymar strikes to seal dramatic Barça win
Bale: I cannot see myself at Old Trafford
McManaman comes in as Pulis’s first signing
Costa has the stamp of quality but must control the beast
Comment
Costa has the stamp of quality but must control the beast
Mourinho fined for comments on referees
England face bleak trip to Cardiff after another day of injury misery
Costa set to miss City clash after charge for stamping
Andy Murray Berdych has ‘a little bit of an advantage’ as Briton bids to reach fourth final
Eriksen’s late goal denies brave Blades fightback to reach Wembley
Ashley Giles
Luis Figo
Rory McIlroy
David Moyes

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