The Independent - 3 Mar 2015

Table of content - The Independent (3 Mar 2015)

The greatest escape: how an epileptic skydiver was saved at 9,000ft
Act now to overhaul Britain’s ‘shocking’ detention of migrants
Mohammed Emwazi: what he told MI5 about 9/11 and his views on terrorism
Rosie Millard
Michael Glover
Zoe Pilger
Virginia Ironside
Steve Richards
Road to safety
Under one roof
Foreign Office accused of Egypt trade cover-up
Russian oligarch hits out at North Sea protection
The witches locked inside Goya’s head
Boycott: England must tell Pietersen the truth
Why men like lobsters and women chinchillas
How I survived the war as a Jew in Berlin
Iraqi forces launch attack on Tikrit
Steve Richards
Sam Wallace
Ellen E Jones
Dave Brown
Disney was right. King John was arguably the worst king to sit on the throne
Inner-city children lose out on school D-Day
Migrants are held in conditions ‘like a high-security jail’
‘When I asked for protection, my rights were confiscated and I lost my freedom’
‘You are just a number, nothing. I attempted suicide twice’
‘You’re left to rot. People just give up’
Premier League star Johnson accused of sex with girl, 15
Two-thirds of care jobs paid below living wage
Renovation of Parliament could cost £3bn plus
Ex-banker awarded £70,000 after police wrongly released his picture as ‘most-wanted’ rapist
Instructor rescues skydiver mid-seizure
Climate change key in Syrian conflict – and it will trigger more war in future
Foreign Office accused of cover-up over trade
Mohammed Emwazi: the tape that gives his view on terrorism
Militarism has no place in classrooms. This resource is ideologically driven and should be withdrawn
Quakers take fight to the forces and their ‘bellicose’ school pack
Half of parents in some areas denied first choice of school
Peanuts could lower risk of heart disease
Pugh becomes prince of Whales
Antarctic darkness will help scientists see the light about a mission to Mars
Hair today, gone tomorrow: close shave for charity
Steve Richards
$5.3bn on the meter: Uber founders make Forbes list
Asian writers say it’s getting harder to get their work adapted for screen
‘Disney right to show King John as a villain’
Confident SNP prepares for a dogfight in Edinburgh
Police ‘turning blind eye to property crime’
Two held on suspicion of murdering Becky Watts
Jo Yeates killer possessed indecent child images
Public sector staff could face prison if they fail to alert police about abuse
Second-rate sculpture makes the Queen look characterless
Why men like lobsters and women adore chinchillas
Rosie Millard
Even Superman might find Fiennes’ marathon a bit much
Andy McSmith
Classical music industry ‘overlooks women’
Long-term paracetamol use has health risks
Iraqi forces move against Isis
The good life
Russia’s unseen crime
Unlikely allies
A violent end
Bombs and booby traps await in Saddam’s city
Kremlin security cameras fail to give clues to Nemtsov murder mystery
Experience Amazon rainforest from your armchair
LA police shot homeless man in ‘self-defence’
Cameron waving a small stick at the Russian bear
LA police shot homeless man in ‘self-defence’
Netherlands fills empty jails – where staff outnumber prisoners – with inmates from Norway
The world’s humblest President steps down – and Uruguay mourns
$5m man: Namibia’s outgoing President scoops the world’s most lucrative award
Diplomat released after three years as a hostage
Nurse who caught Ebola from patient sues hospital
Suspect in blogger’s machete murder arrested
The US greets Netanyahu with a warning: don’t politicise our partnership
Israeli public torn between pleasing Obama and fighting Iran
In Saudi Arabia, Isis killer would fit right in
Submerged: a Jew in wartime Berlin
Harefields’ heartbeat
Rock the vote
Michael McCarthy
Monstrous regiment
From carpets of crocuses to cuckoos on the move, spring is truly springing
On the lake at Kew, black-headed gulls are looking resplendent
The elderly labourer said, ‘It’ll be worth it to put one over on those bastards for a change!’
Nature Studies Michael McCarthy
Dilemmas Virginia Ironside
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Russian oligarch rounds on ‘irrational’ North Sea protection
Dotcoms boom again
Watching for a sign
Turn off the red light
Where there’s smoke...
Das Capital
US developer arrives with ambitious building plans
Puzzle Solutions
Amlin and Hiscox slump as capital seeks a home
Royal Mail links with China shopping site
Manufacturing index better than forecast
British American Tobacco drops and sues PwC over pollution scandal
M&S takes a fresh look at China
Pensions minister calls for light to shine on costs
Sotheby’s feels pressure as net income slides
More home mortgages as price growth eases
Intertek feels impact of low oil and gas prices
Ad revenue down but Trinity Mirror pays out
Thorntons’ Christmas hangover lingers on
Market Report
Outlook James Moore
Das Capital Satyajit Das
Luxottica puts rivals in the shade
Outside of tourism and some agricultural produce, Greece simply does not have much to export
Late call on Sizing Europe return
Froome and rest of big four to go head to head
Bayonne entice Tait and Taylor to France
Broncos on hunt for new coach after Grima quits
State of nations
Steve Bunce On Boxing
‘The smaller weights have to fight that much harder to get the respect’
Formula One
Murray’s best days are still ahead of him, claims impressed Agassi
Still so much to settle in Six Nations
Jedinak faces ban after FA charge for elbowing Sakho
QPR report huge cut in losses but FFP talks go on
Crystal Palace
Sam Wallace Talking Football
Workers are effectively prisoners in the country, with no access to their passports
I’m just hoping that I’ve got enough time here to save the situation
Bruce: Ireland gash an accident – and he committed worst foul
Poyet opposes TV replays despite Brown’s wrongful dismissal at Old Trafford
Dyke’s dream alive with lower league clubs open to facing top B-teams
Can anyone keep up with Mourinho’s new Chelsea?
Liverpool turn a profit for first time since 2008
FA leads the way for Team GB at Rio 2016
Owls’ new owner sets target for top flight
Clubs fined following Stamford Bridge ruckus
Somers’ Ibrox exit fails to satisfy supporters
Moores and Downton could’ve had their say but in was sent poor Root
Boycott: Pietersen deserves the truth over England future
Faulkner returns to help kickstart the Aussies
As the farce spirals out of control, the England management are nowhere to be seen...
Adam Johnson arrested:

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