The Independent on Sunday - 20 Apr 2014

Table of content - The Independent on Sunday (20 Apr 2014)

Textile worker Najneen Nazma lost her husband and – almost – her baby in Bangladesh’s Rana Plaza collapse. She has still not received compensation from the fashion industry but, on the fi rst anniversary of the tragedy, the campaign to avoid another such
WORLD ON BRINK OF WHEAT CRISIS
PUT YOUR FEET UP!
SAUL’S BACK
CHOC HORROR?
Court closures spark fears of ‘ deserts of justice’
Spreading the word about happiness and good fortune
Actor Michael Cera on chickenpox, learning Spanish ... and his guitar
Lofoten Islands – a beaches and ice- cream holiday within the Arctic Circle
We’re eating differently and shopping differently – no wonder Tesco is losing out
Teachers poised to strike in anger over Michael Gove’s school reforms
Captain’s apology fails to calm relatives of South Korean ferry victims
Mourinho says ref made ‘ fantastic performance’ ... for Liverpool
DeadEnders: On the set of the TV zombie drama that feels like a soap opera
WEATHER
Prize and Concise
Beelzebub, The New Review
To hell in a handbag
SPYING ON TEACHER
GOVE’S GAFFES
Wheat rust: the fungal disease that threatens to destroy the world crop
SIGNS OF BLIGHT
702m
20%
KILL LIST
124m
67%
1- 20%
32m
216m
PLANT SCIENCE
RIHANNA GOES 3D
No compensation for Rana Plaza victims, one year on
Man in court over acid attack on woman, 19
Derek Cooper, food pioneer, dies aged 88
Belfast arrest after Continuity IRA death
Council’s £ 15,000 theme park trip angers voters
Family escapes burning car in lion enclosure
‘ I bow my head in apology to the families’
Kim Sengupta
Oslo’s human zoo
Patrick Cockburn
UN warns 20,000 could soon starve in Syria’s blockaded camp
The new people’s republic of east Ukraine
PATRICK COCKBURN
Artists plan to revisit Oslo’s ‘ human zoo’ of Africans, this time with volunteer exhibits. But some are calling it a racist stunt
France battles sexual abuse in the military
We cannot still ignore the perils of intervention
French reporters abducted in Syria freed across border
An essential green investment
Overheard in Waitrose: supermarket dinosaurs are out
From swingometers to social media
The new fjord popular
SOMETHING TO DECLARE
SLICE OF THE CITY
INVESTMENT INSIDER DAVID KUO
FIVE TO VIEW

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