The Independent on Sunday - 21 Dec 2014

Table of content - The Independent on Sunday (21 Dec 2014)

A FIGHT FOR SURVIVAL
CHRISTMAS STARTS HERE!
BRITAIN’S GP ‘ BLACK HOLES’
THE UNCOMFORTABLE TRUTH ABOUT THE SONY ATTACK
‘ I’M GOING TO PAKISTAN IN DEFIANCE OF THE TALIBAN’
Parents’ mental health helpline loses its grant
To all our readers, thank you-and a very happy Christmas
Amir Khan condemns the Taliban
The New Review
A tasty tour of Thai cuisine, Valparaiso reborn – plus a bracing Walk of the Month
Our final selection of the year’s best fiction, sport, children’s, and photo books
Britain’s nuclear power plants are vulnerable to attack by terrorist drones
Manchester City win 3- 0 at Palace to keep up the Premier League pressure
A mug’s game: should investors take a punt on gambling companies?
It’s not too late for Hollywood to stand up to despotic threats
Brussels with muscle
Inquiry into Savile’s years of abuse at the BBC delayed for a third time
FAILURE TO REPORT
‘ Dave’s dinners’ fund a third of Tory target seats
Megrahi was innocent of Lockerbie bombing, insists victim’s father
Britain’s atomic power plants ‘ could be attacked by drones’
Tory MP is told to stop pestering his constituents
British cities seek to raise own taxes and go it alone
COUNCIL CUTS
Thirties mystery is a runaway Christmas hit
The North is running out of GPs
Dentists prepare for costly complaints
ELLEN E JONES
Air passengers avoid London connections
Military background of prisoners to be logged
Philip Bradbourn, MEP for West Midlands, dies
Two men arrested over death of police officer
Caroline Flack wins BBC’s ‘ Strictly’ trophy
Parlez- vous political cliché?
Ethical dining that leaves a good taste
PICK YOUR FAVOURITE!
CHAMPIONS: FROM FINE- DINING TO FISH AND CHIPS
SIMMY RICHMAN
Born in a stable bare, just off Oxford Circus
Tribunal fees deter four out of five employees
Documentary evidence of discrimination?
Floating arsenals to take on pirates pose security risk
Mordaunt’s promise to
The male exhibits strange behaviour
Firefighters challenged
A hard look, a harder life
Going, going ... last chance to bid for the latest fabulous lots in our appeal auction
A hard look, a harder life
JANE MERRICK
‘Charities deserve the best’
Behind the scenes at the fun factory
Aceh revisited
Still in the game
Cairns massacre
Protests against heavy fines for flag- burning
Putin defiant on fresh Western sanctions
Two police officers shot dead in patrol car
Ten years after the tsunami, Aceh province is slowly rebuilding itself
Macau still part of ‘ one China’, says Xi
‘ A lot needs to change’: Romania’s
MORE THAN 7,000 FATALITIES
Sierra Leone’s guardian of the dead
New president declares radical plans for his country
Eight child victims in Cairns identified
The week Hollywood got scared and had to grow up a bit
That’s the last time I sell my soul for Ant and Dec
At last, publishing is falling out of love with celebs
Political advisers get a bad press
Who needs special advisers? We all do
Merry, sustainable, Christmas
A happy ending for celebrity memoirs
From noble to narky, the fall of the open letter
Most pundits are wrong. The oil price fall is good news at last
For once, Kerry Katona had the right idea
The Prize Crossword
The Concise Crossword
Last week’s solution
Gold rush
Fast and furious
Take flight
Looking up
A lip-smacking holiday, from city to sea
Finnair
Belmond
SOMETHING TO DECLARE
The perfect start for a coastal odyssey
The pensioner bond is about to come of age
Wealth Check
The big game
Banks do the basics
Banking’s untouchables are brought in from the cold
THE NEW ACCOUNTS
Is gambling now too glamorous for its own good?
I want to have as much on my plate as possible
It’s crunch time on your card. Should you seek a transfer?

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