The Independent on Sunday - 26 Oct 2014

Table of content - The Independent on Sunday (26 Oct 2014)

Millions face years on breadline
WE KNOW YOU’RE BUSY
SIMPLY SOUPER
GET STUCK IN!
GLORIA DE PIERO
Britain has more long- term low- paid workers than ever
Hammers sink Man City as Saints march on to second spot in Premier League
To the Bay of Bengal: discover hidden Bangladesh – by paddle steamer
Retirement risks: watch out for the fraudsters with an eye on your pension pot
Celebrities may not like it, but with chat shows the clue is in the name
Scottish Labour members blame Miliband for the resignation of their leader
Scandi- without- the- noir: a sneak peak at ‘ 1864’, the latest Danish TV import
Can a lord’s best friend last for ever?
Tories splurge cash to combat Ukip threat
Grayling shelves plan to double the fee for getting a divorce
Lib Dem women criticise all- male Cabinet team
College puts football first for A- level girls
Labour has ‘ no clue’ on Scotland
Labour and banks plan house- building funds
‘ The door is open, and it’s staying that way’
Pay rates for women in full- time work take a backward step
A fishy tale of cut- price caviar
‘ French build track for less’ – HS2 boss
Carbon trading edges closer as UN brokers deal
No more
Britannia Hotels is ‘ the worst chain in UK’, survey finds
ELLEN E JONES
UK hostage reads script saying life ‘ not bad’
Fourth Portsmouth man killed in Syria
‘ More dangerous lorry drivers on UK roads’
IT fault causes baggage chaos and flight delays
‘ Give Wales the same powers as Scotland’
‘ Tree of hell’ imperils native plants
Running for Parliament? Change your name to Aardvark ...
Drones pose growing safety risk, say pilots
Queen Victoria’s majestic knickers are knocked down for £ 6,000
SIMMY RICHMAN
Fight IS on the ground, says general
Villagers act to evict flagship Sikh free school
Mystery of 1,000 greyhounds who retire and vanish
Police retrain to tackle rise in cyber stalking
Status update: ‘ I need a kidney’
A PERFECT MATCH?
JANE MERRICK
‘ I have the slogan to put Labour into power’
Orman’s stand puts Kansas in the spotlight
A glimpse at the heart of Iran’s nuclear programme
‘ There’s a risk of panic if there’s no information’
Washington gunman ‘ attacked friends’
Medics at ever greater risk as Ebola spreads
Now Iran and the West have a chance to trust again
Picasso Museum reopens after a fraught five- year renovation
Sisi vows to uproot militants after checkpoint killings
Global outcry fails to halt Tehran death sentence
Ukraine poll under way amid imperfect truce
Tunisia falls out of love with democracy on eve of elections
Saudi Arabia: the Devil is in the detail
Thousands march against labour reforms
Federal court to uphold states’ gay marriages
US and allies conduct 22 air strikes against IS
Collapsed shaft kills 16 miners
Activists to vote on continuing protests
Parliament Hill opens again after gun attack
Why Tesco’s troubles will have a long shelf- life
The pointless subversion of celebrity interviews
Johnny Rotten proves rebellion has a sell- by date
Now Miliband joins the fi ve- year bandwagon
Era of climate fatalism is over
How Homebase could put its house in order
Anger as a lucrative commodity
Let’s talk about child abuse imagery – we can all help to stop it
In interviews, meta doesn’t mean better
The Tories are not the party of the North
Shameful case exposes a murky world
I’m not ashamed to admit Nick agrees with me
On board for Bangladesh
A Kentucky pilgrimage to Muhammad Ali’s hometown
Enjoy unspoilt nature in Dorset’s ‘ forgotten corner’
STAY THE NIGHT
SOMETHING TO DECLARE
WALK OF THE MONTH
The scheme that encourages us to build our own homes
After Tesco, who can income investors turn to for a payout?
Where can you go to get a dividend?
Over 50? Nanny says trade down to a smaller home
ESTHER SHAW
‘ I want to stretch to getting on the housing ladder in London’
Junior Isas grow up slowly as parents shun the markets
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