The Independent on Sunday - 23 Nov 2014

Table of content - The Independent on Sunday (23 Nov 2014)

SLAVERY ON BRITISH SEAS
Crisis in A& E: why can’t we know the truth?
YOUR PLAN OF ACTION
COME ON ENGLAND!
OEUF QUAKE BILL GRANGER’S CRACKING EGG RECIPES
PLUS the best seasonal shows, films and TV
Benefit changes are killing the vulnerable, say campaigners
Fair exchange? Top tips to make your holiday cash go that little bit further
Dive, dive, dive: the making of Jude Law’s gripping new submarine thriller ‘ Black Sea’
Simon Barnes: for football, morality is no more than a cultivated PR image
Miliband’s woes grow as party activists condemn sacking of Thornberry
Downhill all the way: how to improve your skills on the ski slopes
Oh come, all ye multi- faithful
Sacking will make Labour MPs’ work ‘ 10 times harder’
JOWELL RUNS FOR LONDON MAYOR
CLAIMANTS PREFER TO WORK – REEVES
Tory MP plays up his Ukip past to woo voters
Patients leave end- of- life care choice to medics
Charities demand budget increase for life- saving cancer drugs fund
A& E in winter: black alerts and unseen figures
Police investigate claims of slavery in UK fishing fleet
British culture ‘ flatlining’ as funds dwindle, says academic
New powers may let Scotland go it alone after all ...
Brown ‘ ready to quit as MP at election’
Millions
A major foodbank charity sees no sign of recovery trickling down to the lowest- paid
KATY GUEST
Britain facing more floods and heatwaves
‘ Women’s sport is kicking off at last’
Torture victims let down by Foreign Office
Henning died for ‘ being what we should be’, says widow
Removal workers killed in balcony collapse named
Flogging
SIMMY RICHMAN
Limit gambling machine bets to £ 2, say councils
Look what’s mushrooming now!
Benefit changes mean a choice of ‘ eat or heat’
Who is Britain’s most ethically savvy woman?
Rivals should be made to deliver daily, and to any address, Royal Mail tells MPs
JANE MERRICK
Jingle tills, jingle tills, spending all the way
Funding for poorer pupils helps boys more than girls, study shows
Universities aren’t working us hard enough, say undergraduates
The Kenyans who still wait for justice
Aida has not seen her baby since an IS fighter took her
TV sketch- show stars fight for superiority in the US
Al- Shabaab kill 28 in bus ambush
US channels wage comedy star wars
One day to go until Iran nuclear deadline
The last Christians in Iraq
When is a wine made in Piedmont not a Piemonte wine? When
IRAQ’S CHRISTIAN HERITAGE
EU rules make Italian vineyards invisible
Tunisia continues on path to full democracy
Hundreds under observation after new Ebola case
Former premier held in corruption probe
Russia accuses West of regime- change plot
Excavation at Amphipolis tomb enters second phase
Murdoch turns on golden boy Tony Abbott
Note to footballers: doing the right thing is more than a PR job
Royal clothing diktats are nothing on Charles’s memos
Geldof knows Ebola is as much a political as a medical issue
A little respect goes a long way, Ed
Wanted: real people in politics
The royal dress code can’t cloak Charles
More a pink shrimp than a red firebrand
More a pink shrimp than a red firebrand
We Brits have our failings, but we know how to shop
A medical disease
Do you think I’m feckless?
From America’s dad to date- rape drugs
I’ve tried reason, but my cat is pig- ignorant
India’s secret south
How to save on a far- flung surfing trip to Hawaii
The Verbier ski academy that really gets results
TRAVEL ESSENTIALS
SOMETHING TO DECLARE
Beware the hidden fees on currencies
If signal coverage lets you down, complain and persist
The benefits may be worth more to prospective employees
Beyond the fringe: can staff benefits add up to more than a higher salary?
Ambulances are now being chased through airports
ESTHER SHAW
FIVE TO VIEW

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