The Independent - 5 Mar 2015

Table of content - The Independent (5 Mar 2015)

‘You can’t resolve things just by killing people…’
Out-of-touch MPs ‘don’t get it’, says ex-Civil Service chief
Jeffrey Archer
Keeping it Surreal
Mary Dejevsky
John Walsh
Donald Macintyre
Emma Gannon
A class apart
Golden tickets
Fossil discovery rewrites history of humans
Blame ‘drunken Liverpool fans’, police were told
‘Boston bomber bought milk after he detonated device’
Hazard keeps Chelsea ahead in title race
‘Golden share’ plan could stall Hinkley C nuclear plant
Still Joy Watson
Pakistani women come out fighting
Chris Maume
Ben Chu
Will Dean
Dave Brown
Too many teachers hear homophobic language from colleagues
€75,000
Forest bosses not anti-fairy, but they are anti-bad taste
$19trillion
34%
DIARY
If the ‘Mail’ man won’t admit to drug use, should Nick Clegg?
Privileged MPs blind to the realities of ordinary life
WHO COULD HE MEAN? FOUR POSSIBILITIES
MPs’ committee ‘playing blame game’
If the ‘Mail’ man won’t admit to drug use, should Nick Clegg?
Cameron makes ‘final offer’ in TV debate row
Watchdog raps Tory MP for ‘inaccurate’ expenses
Hillsborough police ‘told to pin blame on Liverpool fans’
Defence chiefs ‘should resign over Army cuts’
Mel Brooks £500 tickets ‘most expensive ever’
Ethiopian fossil adds half a million years to the human story
SFO investigating Bank of England gilt auctions
Chancellor urged to back ‘Transport for the North’
Ethiopian fossil adds half a million years to the human story
Becky Watts: stepbrother charged with murder
A dead heat between Mr Bean and Dick Dastardly!
Flip-flopping Farage endorses cap on immigration – then disowns it
Blair gives £106,000 to Labour’s election campaign
Bank scam by ‘Syria-bound extremists’ targets elderly
Tributes for first Briton killed fighting Isis
Pakistani man guilty of New York and Manchester terror plots
Mother and her lover convicted of torturing and killing daughter
An app to track every drone flying over Britain
Mary Dejevsky
Sir Simon realises that we don’t do maestros
New university aims to attract women into engineering
Jeffrey Archer: Bollywood producers stole my novel ideas
ARCHER VS BOLLYWOOD TRUE STORIES
Scientists ask for LSD research funding
A missed opportunity to control those runaway big ideas
Politicians and civil servants are bad at getting things done on time and to budget
Mediterranean diet ‘cuts heart-disease risk by half’
Two arrested in search for schoolboy’s killers
Weldon’s tip: forget dignity, write a racy page-turner
BBC Trust should be abolished, says its head
Secret filming reveals realities of privately run migrant centre
Protesters to hold ‘people’s trial’ of Murdoch
‘We’re not anti-fairy but the doors are everywhere’: the Somerset wood that’s trying to break its spell
Practical – and a conversation piece
Gout may protect sufferers from developing Alzheimer’s, says study
John Walsh
Why Brian Sewell smuggled a tortoise
Andy McSmith
Summer children ‘should start school later’
Mitchell has to pay ‘Plebgate’ Pc £80,000
Baghdad fights to win back Tikrit from Isis – but then what?
Usborne in the USA
Boston bomber trial
Low blow
Voyage of discovery
‘Yes. Kirkuk is now running on ‘empty’. And on flat tyres’
Mosul’s liberation is ‘Iraqi-only mission’
France acts to halt rise of drone flights over ‘sensitive areas’
Monks reach out to Buddha
Drug convicts transferred to firing-squad prison
At least 17 miners killed in methane blast at pit
Marathon bomber ‘believed he was a soldier in a holy war’
Usborne in the USA David Usborne
Netanyahu has sidelined Israel in Iran nuclear talks, says rival
Bing! Microsoft co-founder’s search locates wreck of giant Japanese warship lost in 1944
When hospitals were run by doctors and nurses
Coming out fighting
Chris Maume
All is not lost
Surreal deal
Rhodri Marsden
Another Voice Chris Maume
STILL JOY WATSON
STILL JOY WATSON
GIVING YOUR TALES WINGS
ALL THINGS BRIGHT AND BEAUTIFUL
A hybrid SUV built for Tokyo’s streets, not rural British A-roads
You want the truth? Automated systems can’t handle the truth!
Online, we’re more interested in saying ‘wow’ than investigating the facts behind the ‘wow’
SCHOOLS OUT
SCHOOLS OUT
Pupils show off their creative side
A LIFE LESS ORDINARY
A LIFE LESS ORDINARY
A pariah or a prophet? Either way, he’s brilliant
Just as intriguing were his reflections on his position as celebrity and irritant of the establishment
Last Night’s TV Will Dean
Chess Jon Speelman
Codeword
Concise crossword
Poker
Cryptic crossword
Sudoku
Maths Puzzle
Word Wheel
Word Ladder
‘Golden share’ request could stall Hinkley C nuclear plant
99 Problems – and Aspiro is one
ITV1 can still deliver a mass-market audience like no other – even if it’s a bit smaller
ITV’s bonanza
Dispelling the myths
Greggs on a roll
Shifting Sands
Standard Chartered profits slump as Sands bows out
Going out of fashion
ALL OR NOTHING PARTING WORDS
Scottish Power hit with sales ban for 12 days
L&G braced for drop in annuity sales this year
BP talent tapped in Tesco boardroom shuffle
ITV shareholders feel benefit of turnaround with special dividend
China investigating Trafigura fraud claims
Farfetch joins $1bn club after latest fundraising
Service sector wages will push Bank to raise rates
Watchdog will ‘hold feet to the fire’ at HSBC
ITV is thriving in a digital world, but content must remain king
Market Report
Greggs on a roll, or should that be a coffee and a sandwich?
Ben Chu
How many women are eligible?
Johnson-Thompson ready to jump at first major title
Hughes to end riding career and be a trainer from 2016
Johnson-Thompson ready to jump at first major title
Murray hottest ticket for home tie against US
Sotherton’s stolen medal found dumped in postbox
Royal St George’s to allow women members
Manor Marussia seal Melbourne starting place
Lawes and Barritt have all to play for as England ponder making changes
Rugby Union
World Cup runs riot to make event more hit than miss...
Bring in the minnows and make the pools shorter
Write or wrong? Scribes should face the music
Lighting up Headingley promises more pain
Warner and Maxwell fire Australia to record 417
Faint scare for Gomis clouds Spurs win
Clarke shines as England win despite late red card
Mackay returns to shock high-flying Norwich and help Wigan’s escape plan
Championship
Scotland joins revolt over Team GB for Rio 2016
Rangers shares suspended before board showdown
Kane should be at Euros this summer, says Pearce
Cyprus Cup
Blatter: take league points off ‘racist’ clubs
Moses climbs highest to increase Martinez’s concerns for Everton
Liverpool extend their run after Henderson’s stunning opening strike
United gifted victory thanks to Krul break
Sanchez weaves his magic but lacklustre Arsenal fail to convince
Hazard makes the difference as Mourinho’s juggernaut rolls on
Pellegrini thankful for City win even if the style was lacking
Hazard makes the difference as Mourinho’s juggernaut rolls on
Mourinho hails ‘massive’ win in title race
Rory raring to go in Miami World No 1 itching to make amends for last week’s missed cut
Murray mania
All to play for
Painful lesson
Tons of runs

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