The Independent on Sunday - 29 Mar 2015

Table of content - The Independent on Sunday (29 Mar 2015)

RESCUE SERVICES HONOUR THE VICTIMS OF THE ALPS AIR CRASH
NHS and its £ 7.5bn property nest egg
WIN! WIN! WIN!
SPRING FOOD SPECIAL
Alps crash pilot was treated by several psychiatrists
Goodbye, dark evenings. Hello, electoral enlightenment
Two- goal Bale steadies the ship for Wales in Euro 2016 qualifier in Israel
Ellen E Jones: James May fancies being a teacher, because that’s easy, isn’t it?
Meredith Kercher murder: student’s family ‘ shocked’ by Amanda Knox’s acquittal
Debt crisis: Number of families seeking help for living costs soars
Shire delight: make yourself at home in NZ’s hobbit country
CROSSWORDS
WEATHER
LOTTO
Beelzebub, The New Review
Spells like teen spirit
WIN
Debt haunts Britain as never before
‘ After only two or three months, creditors landed on me like a pack of wolves ...’
May to be Foreign Secretary if Tories win
Couples mark first anniversary of gay marriage
NOT QUITE EQUAL
NHS sale could raise £ 7.5bn and free up land for housing
Cure by email in seven- day health service
HOSPITALS TO HOMES
The latest 007 outing is more spine- chilling than mind- blowing
National plan to stop faith- based abuse of children
Online gambling company’s director arrested in £ 21m fraud investigation
Choose Heathrow or Gatwick soon, MPs urge
Flying high and
ELLEN E JONES ABSTRACT STATUS
Relaxing safety rules for mines ‘ could cost a life’
New pit to create 50 jobs and extract 5m tons of coal by 2035
If fashion is a cycle, this young man knows just how to ride it
Double physics? Bring it on!
Labour opens four- point poll lead on Tories
SIMMY RICHMAN
Generation
VOX POP
Clegg branded ‘ hypocrite’ over his refusal to debate
Parties’ top women unite for family focused debate
Opportunity knocks, or call my bluff?
Believe them or not, polls are here to stay
ETCH, A SKETCH: THE NEXT DEBATE
Welfare
Promises,
Environment
Immigration and borders
International standing
Living standards
Economy
Universities and skills
Schools
Healthcare
The law
We have turned into a nation of hagglers – and it usually pays off
WHICH TYPE OF SHOPPER ARE YOU?
A cheeky little wine, with hints of softened enamel ...
JANE MERRICK
The only direction Zayn could go
‘ I’ll get over Zayn’s going, but 1D won’t be the same’
UK spurns Unesco over Parthenon sculptures
SNP may land knockout blow, says Brown
Dickens’ desk saved for London museum
Crippen’s last letters fetch £ 11,000
Policeman charged with murdering wife
Kercher family ‘ bitter’ about Knox acquittal
Death of a fisherman
Yemen conflict
Bonfire of the ivory
Nigeria goes to the polls amid technical glitches – and killing
Malawi will burn its ivory this week
If the world’s poorest are willing to do this ...
Riyadh ready for long Houthi campaign
Saudi airstrikes are fuelling the Gulf’s fire
Where’s my piste?
Al- Nusra in Syria takes Idlib from Assad’s forces
He built his own reef, and was shot there: the death of a Gaza fisherman
Gunman injures seven at student party in Florida
Electricity sell- off to be country’s largest ever
Special forces end siege in Mogadishu hotel
Troops called to Guinea border in Ebola row
Abducted Czech tourists freed after two years
I have depression. That does not make me a psychopath
DJ Taylor
Rupert Cornwell
Nick Curtis
Is David Cameron really in it to win it?
NHS is right to sell off property
Fear not – ‘ Downton’ will go on for ever
Don’t believe the stereotype – or should you?
Don’t believe the stereotype – or should you?
Whoever wins the election, the maths remains the same
An app that removes swear words? #$@&*!
It’s last impressions that matter most
Licence to offend in the land of the free
Brrm brrm! Another genius TV format is born
The Prize Crossword
The Concise Crossword
Last week’s solution
Town and country
Pint- sized pleasures
Admire the Shire
Canary call
Gone fishing...
TRAVEL ESSENTIALS
DON’T MISS
Could zero inflation be a savage circle?
Wealth Check
Chaos for let?
Don’t travel light
Avoid expensive cards and bad exchange rates
Older people need help but the banks say ‘ no’
Avoid expensive cards and bad exchange rates
Older people need help but the banks say ‘ no’
Consumers promised the big picture on current accounts
We’d like a bigger home but our savings are on the ground floor
Where there’s a will … a charity could benefit
Enter sub- letters. Will landlords run for the exit?
THE PERILS OF SUB- LETTING: ‘ THEY TRASHED THE PLACE’
Enter sub- letters. Will landlords run for the exit?

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