The Independent - 18 Apr 2015

Table of content - The Independent (18 Apr 2015)

Move over, Botham: Anderson becomes England’s record Test wicket-taker
One million Britons using food banks
French crisis puts UK’s nuclear plans in doubt
John Carlin: is racism wrecking Mandela’s ‘rainbow’ nation?
The rebellious streak in modern literature
A photo to indict our ghastly monarchy
At last, a great place to eat in Brighton
Now abolish the red carpet altogether
Stand up for sexist, ageist bores on telly
How a maverick eel expert put Whitehall in a spin over Nessie
If I were starting out today, I doubt I’d make it as an actor
Students, take note: the best meals don’t take long to cook
The east European nation that shaped my best work
Wiping the web
Uptown funk
Where to go to smell the flower power
Ankara tiptoes between a minefield of issues
Nine journalists told Elveden cases dropped
Ings can only get better for Burnley’s star man
Miliband attacks ‘ducker and diver’ PM
Light (and veg) at the end of the tunnel
Strange places the muse takes me
CLARIFICATION
OUR COMMITMENT
Janet Street-Porter
James Ashton
Andrew Grice
Shipshape and Bristol fashion
It’s inequality, stupid, in the jobs vs justice election
∂∂ Why would they want commoners when there are 7,000 dignitaries? ΣΣ
£6.1bn
Coming soon: Mike Leigh on the Peterloo Massacre
DIARY
Delays in benefits the biggest reason for resorting to food banks
Poor children more likely to succeed in South, says study
SUTTON TRUST RANKINGS
It’s like having your own TV station on a worldwide basis
Pick of the apps: why Periscope is DJ’s No 1 for social media
Charges against journalists over illegal payments are dropped
UK nuclear strategy faces meltdown as faults are found in French project
There can be no margin for further error
‘Where is it written that Wales votes Labour?’ PM enters enemy heartlands
Cameron is ‘ducking and diving’, says Miliband
‘Where is it written that Wales votes Labour?’ PM enters enemy heartlands
Labour targets low pay and exploitation
As Tories recover ground, race is still neck and neck
Record numbers of people now in work
‘Loyalists’ still a force in new battle for Culloden
INVERNESS, NAIRN, BADENOCH & STRATHSPEY
Where’s the swank in launching our manifesto in Swindon?
Cameron defends Lord Janner decision
As they head toward a messy draw, both Tories and Labour are trying to address their big weakness
The Independent Voter’s Handbook 2015
The onesie is so last year’s Glasto – meet the Sleepwalker
Law firms clean up from EU’s ‘right to be forgotten’ legislation
Jack ensures that vinyl earns its stripes again
The eel expert, the archbishop and the monster: the untold scandal of ‘Nessie’
Toilet scandal suggests cheating in chess isn’t a black and white issue
Dambuster pilot’s medals saved from auction sale
Man charged with Irish student’s murder
Royal Navy men accused of sex assault in Canada
Rumble in Runnymede as eco-villagers seek right to put down green roots ‘around the M25’
Mike Leigh hits home with Peterloo Massacre movie
Everything’s looking up: how Bournemouth made its play for the big time
Hammond accuses Argentina of bullying
Couple’s ‘bizarre and tragic’ stair fall death
Everything’s looking up: how Bournemouth made its play for the big time
Computer crash disables world financial markets
From dodgy design to sheer sublimity: Hubble’s amazing 25-year journey
THE BIG DISCOVERIES
Doctors urge Tories to rethink treatment pledge
Paltrow has egg on her face after failing to finish food challenge
Blair school wins ‘selective policy’ challenge
Turkey at a crossroads
Digging up the past
Hero turns villain
Peter Popham
Ex-IMF chief held
Domestic and foreign criticism brings swift reaction
Anyone for broth?
Saddam Hussein’s deputy ‘killed in attack on insurgents in Iraq’
Humiliation for ex-IMF chief held as part of tax fraud probe
Obama set for special powers to secure trade deals
€100m plan to fight racism and anti-Semitism
Al-Qaeda affiliate seizes weapons depot
ENCORE! THAT’S JUST THE TICKET, PENELOPE
Singer, 22
‘I KNOW I WOULD STAND LESS OF A CHANCE TODAY’
‘I KNOW I WOULD STAND LESS OF A CHANCE TODAY’
COVER STORY
SEXIST, AGEIST AND A BREATH OF FRESH AIR – GIVE THESE BITTER MEN A WHOLE SERIES
Ray gets them going with talk of a new show
The Royal Ballet and its star hoofer
Study paints an interesting picture
For once, Shami wasn’t at liberty to say...
FILM
FILM
THE CATS WHO GOT THE CREAM
THE PLAYLIST
THE CATS WHO GOT THE CREAM
Sculptor
GAMES
NEW FILMS HIGHLIGHT
REPERTORY FILMS HIGHLIGHT
VISUAL ARTS HIGHLIGHT
BOOKS & TALKS HIGHLIGHT
COMEDY HIGHLIGHT
CLUBS HIGHLIGHT
DANCE HIGHLIGHT
POP HIGHLIGHT
FOLK & ROOTS HIGHLIGHT
OPERA HIGHLIGHT
THEATRE HIGHLIGHT
South Africa forced to confront old demons as immigrant unrest spreads
Newcomers are an easy target for angry poor
Rising damp excavation at café unearths 2,500 years of Italian history
The huge task facing would-be presidents Suu Kyi and Clinton
Constitution bars her from running for president and ensures the military holds all the trump cards
Rising damp excavation at café unearths 2,500 years of Italian history
Kremlin criticises US troop deployment
Boston bomb parents want killer spared death
Espresso delivery for astronauts
Janet Street-Porter
Howard Jacobson
John Goodman
Alice Jones
Banning the selfie? I’ve got a far more radical proposal for Cannes...
I’ll pay more tax, for a more decent society
I do love broad shoulders whether they’re bearing taxes or just being there
Introducing an unexpected voice to the election hubbub: Molly Bloom of Joyce’s ‘Ulysses’ interprets the campaign so far...
The ex-alcoholic and Coen brothers’ darling heads to London as one of the finest actors of his generation. By The big star with a small mouth
Either the Queen thinks that only one Briton in 24 is a woman, or her Order of Merit is appallingly backward
‘Jobs miracle’ powers on as Osborne wins praise from IMF
VW battle
Rolling it in
My Week
In for a pound
Rolls-Royce lands £6bn engine deal as Emirates turns away from the US
Branson is the invisible man but Virgin’s big deals show he’s still sprinkling stardust
Rolls-Royce lands £6bn engine deal as Emirates turns away from the US
Ryanair told again to cut Aer Lingus stake as IAG lines up bid
Contact lens supplier to Boots calls in administrator
G4S boss secures 75 per cent boost to pay package
Poundland takes on the regulator over 99p bid
Volkswagen backs its CEO – but row with chairman rumbles on
Market Report
The dark side of pension freedoms?
FAMOUS FIVE
The People’s Champion
The Analyst
In The Red
Questions of Cash
The People’s Champion
Questions of Cash
Personal borrowing ‘to rise despite low inflation’
HMRC clamps down on incorrect returns
Investor confidence falls ahead of general election
‘We’re on our own in retirement. They’ve pulled pensions to pieces’
Stock Spirits’ performance is enough to drive me to drink
With the stock market recording new highs, share selection is becoming more difficult
Get on your bike – with a £500 trade-in offer at Evans Cycles
Should ‘best buys’ take all the credit?
Too much monkey business? Or perhaps that’s not enough...
Bargain Hunter
Money Insider
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