The Independent on Sunday - 24 Aug 2014

Table of content - The Independent on Sunday (24 Aug 2014)

‘WE HAVE FAILED THEM’
SHERIDAN AS CILLA
SARAH WATERS
Arts Books
PATRICK COCKBURN ON HOW TO STOP THE JIHADIS
KATY GUEST on MARTIN AMIS’S
WIN the summer’s finest biographies
Lord Rennard campaigned while under investigation
The last word: the Mackay texts must prove to be the tipping point for football
Ahoy, shipmates! Could a Caribbean cruise be the perfect family holiday?
More risqué than ‘ Queer as Folk’: Channel 4 plots outrageous gay drama
John Rentoul: The West needs real leaders to take on the Unislamic State
Beat the fare increases: our expert’s top tips for cheaper rail travel
LOTTO
WEATHER
The new black ( this time) is Blue
We share blame for creating ‘ jihad generation’, says Muslim strategist
We share blame for creating ‘ jihad generation’, says Muslim strategist
Youths are lured by a psychotic death cult, says imam
An obvious first step – close the jihadis’ highway
Voters agree IS is deadly threat to UK streets
IoS POLL RESULTS
Less ( fabric) is more ( money) at Victoria’s Secret
Heard the one about the tour guide comedian?
How Alex Salmond can bounce back
Scotland ‘ overestimates’ North Sea oil
Rail disruption certain without urgent action
FARE INCREASES MONEY,
‘ We’re not ready to deal with climate change’
23%
77%
Angst over exams will grow for years to come
New patient privacy threat at sexual health clinics
SIMMY RICHMAN
How to be more intimate with your dinner Crossing the line from love to hate Prison style, for those with plenty of swag The Trip Advisor fight- back begins
Little libraries aim to make a big, big difference
That memoir is a pack of lies? Just shelve it under Fiction
Little libraries aim to make a big, big difference
That memoir is a pack of lies? Just shelve it under Fiction
Animal rights group ends campaign
Lighting a safe passage for 500 years
Channel 4 plots to shock with its gay Cucumber
JANE MERRICK
One century on, Kent soldiers killed at Mons remembered
British man tests positive for Ebola and may be flown to UK for treatment
Confidential details of 42,000 patients lost by NHS trust
Two men in court over death of Afghan migrant
‘ Success has a cost. Young women today are so naive’
Spreading the word – why the jihadi’s breakfast matters
Persecuted: a people driven to the edge
Fears of femicide
Burma’s lost bell
Gaza airstrikes
World must wake up to
Iraqis together can defeat extremism – with our help
The scale of the crisis in northern Iraq
Child’s death unleashes Israeli attacks
Moscow denies it has troops in Ukraine, as 200 empty Russian ‘ aid’ lorries cross back over the border
Child’s death unleashes Israeli attacks
Moscow denies it has troops in Ukraine, as 200 empty Russian ‘ aid’ lorries cross back over the border
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s Superman on eBay
Buddhist prayers for the divers searching for Burma’s lost bell
Icelandic volcano erupts, but no ash cloud so far
Canada’s ‘ femicide epidemic’ brings new calls for inquiry
Too late, the sponsors of ideology find they have made a monster
D J Taylor
Dom Joly
Claudia Pritchard
Leaders wanted, to take on UnIslamic State
Minimise the Iraqi doublespeak
This new EU law sucks more than my Hoover
Dour, inflexible, morally serious, miserly, drunken
Dour, inflexible, morally serious, miserly, drunken
Ever felt that financial forecasters are making it up as they go along?
Southwold every July – that’s the ticket
GCSEs may be tough, but try marking them
A flimsy bridge across a great divide
New York is quieter, but its cabbies are louder
The Prize Crossword
The Concise Crossword
Last week’s solution
Solution for last Sunday
Just go with the flow
A wild walk through the Highlands
Surfing the waves off Turkey’s Cesme peninsula
A Warsaw embassy gets a modern makeover
A very polished Polish address
Our definition of the world looks different from all angles
SOMETHING TO DECLARE
Swept away by Cesme's charms
Take a highland hike as caber country prepares for the games
TRAVEL ESSENTIALS
Don’t sit back and surrender to higher fares
How to find the best TV deal as football returns
Homebuyers store up problems by rushing through viewings
As cash rates dwindle, could equity income be the answer?
A game of two halves, but so many ways to watch it on TV
The shares in the shop window as Britain gets growing
A game of two halves, but so many ways to watch it on TV
The costs of council work on my block of flats is going through the roof
Better late than never, banks scrap a rotten charge
Savers go after the golden dividend
What could go wrong? Buyers make their minds up in 60 seconds
What could go wrong? Buyers make their minds up in 60 seconds
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