i (from The Independent) - 29 Jul 2014

Table of content - i (from The Independent) (29 Jul 2014)

Britain will cut European migrants’ entitlement to benefits after three months, Prime Minister to announce today David Cameron attacks arrivals who ‘expect to get something for nothing’ – in tougher stance on immigration Government keen to counter perce
Labour on course to claim 10 Downing Street – but Ed’s splitting public Freeze the NHS ‘sell- off’ – Coalition told to halt private sector deals
P 30
Heavy drinkers with bad table manners – how rest of the world sees the British
How to rescue these magnificent beasts
Chilling news for skinny dippers!
Why might you need a stiff drink after seeing this survey?
Location, location, location
A poll by the AA has revealed the biggest irritants for motorists during the summer. Here’s what gets drivers hot under the collar when the sun’s out.
Pro-democracy site forced to close
Albuquerque
BBC backs Clarkson after racial rebuke
South Korea
The News Matrix
Family in bid to sue police over stabbing
Ryanair profits soar as it ups its game
Violence shatters Eid ceasefire in Gaza
Efforts to curb jail torture failing
Album to raise funds for Amy charity
Weather
Anniversaries
Birthdays
Highclere Castle, Berks
New Zealand
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Quote of the day
Games
I have always depended on the kindness of strangers…
Letter from the Editor
Palin launches own TV channel
A lot of bottle... guest charged £75 for water
Star architects plan Lucas museum
Swing and a miss for jersey name spelling
Tour inspires one in four to cycle more
Labour on course to win but Miliband is putting off voters
Put ‘NHS privatisation on hold,’ says Burnham
Energy minister confused over fracking sites
That’s a weight on my mind
EU migrants to lose benefits after three months
A sea of red at the Tower of London
EU nationals’ benefits cut
One in four of UK’s young working adults is living with their parents
‘I have to tell my parents when I’m going out’
Practising Catholic to head Stonewall
Housing plan is taking money from the North
Slump in students doing English
Victim’s family sue police over 999 failures
Adopting parents to see videos of children to ‘ bring back chemistry’
Timeline
Act on housing bubble risk, cautions IMF
Women ‘priced out’ of justice? Sex discrimination claims collapse
Bankers ‘should swear ethical oath’
Holiday ceasefire collapses after fresh military action by both sides
Ten children cut down as they played in the Beach refugee camp
Foreigners flee militiamen as Lybia falls into chaos
Alarms raised over attacks on British Jews
The pensioners risking arrest for free travel
Higher minimum wage planned for Scotland
Help for Heroes conman faces ‘lengthy’ sentence
FRACK TO THE FUTURE
Life In Brief
100 YEARS SINCE 1914
ISRAEL/ PALESTINE
Better to do no harm than plenty of evil
RUSSIA’S 2018 WORLD CUP
BEDEVILLED SAINTS
John Kerry
The Opinion Matrix
My guide to political leadership
Vote against fracking
BBC, for and against
Victims of racism
Questions to the Prime Minister
Only way to fight abuse
Horrors from the canal
Off-hand greetings
Looks like a politician
Cash call for graduates
Backing a winner
Mad Max has fans all aflutter at Comic- Con
Royals pass big-screen test at Glasgow Games
Post script
Zayn faces death threats
Why we love these creatures from another realm
Let’s make Eid a bank holiday
British traits
BBC to stand by Clarkson despite Ofcom’s rebuke
Mums teach babies by letting them ‘smell fear’
CRYPTIC CROSSWORD
This court ruling places Putin at a crossroads
Russia ordered to pay £30bn in damages to oil shareholders
New sanctions to be finalised
Yukos key players
Britain sends ‘ battle group’ to Poland
I is digital too
Palin vows to solve nation’s problems with TV channel
Ebola claims more victims, as borders close
Killer sudoku
I long for a society that will accept my nude swims
Skinny dippers threatened with inclusion on sex offenders’ register
Fewer books given as gifts as shoppers turn to digital
Three bottles of water? That’ll be £ 75
Giant coal mine to blight Great Barrier Reef
Detained Tamil asylum seekers may sue
‘I don’t like comedy’
Ryanair’s profits soar after airline tries to be less rude to customers
Passport backlog grows as staff strike for 24 hours
Flash floods hit the South
Ancient Palio race at risk after two horses have to be destroyed
I*video
Musical Shrek sparks shrieks of protest
Assad prays as death toll soars
Beijing fears own extremists in Iraq
City rocked by three blasts in 24 hours
Qalandia
Man dies after lightning strikes LA beach
Aquino sure of reforms’ success
Gay marriage ban ‘unconstitutional’
A feast for the senses ends the fast
Jonathon Porritt
70%
Utopia
Coast
Undercover Boss
Critic’s choice
Film choice
The Mindy Project
Commonwealth Games
Super
Rebel Without A Cause
A Law Unto Themselves
Lincoln
Iron Man 3
Standing room only
11.35pm 11.35:05pm
Style
4pm
9am
DAY 28
7pm
7pm
11.45am
8.30am
Holiday-friendly make-up
““I don’t like comedy
1914: Goodbye to All That
Noah
In...
Creativity is a form of sickness. It’s a statement you are unhappy with the world and want to change it
FILM
The Nether
Little Dragon
Britannia Waves the Rules
VISUAL ARTS
Chance
POP
The conversation
If you only see
CLASSICAL
THEATRE
OPERA
TALKS & POETRY
DANCE
Chance
The 30 Second Briefing
Culture of fiddling rates costs Lloyds £217m in fines
IMF sounds sterling strength warning
Quote of the day
Customer’s £4bn cash-in rocks optimistic Aberdeen
Trinity Mirror shares soar despite phone-hacking bill
GSK needs R&D, not more deals, to turn this around
Pace’s CFO out despite profits above forecast
Dollar Tree agrees a $ 8.5bn fee
Watchdog opens McDonald’s probe
Amazon plan five centres in India
Outlook
Myer manager charged with fraud
FTSE 100 down 3.5 at 6788.1
UTILITIES
LV sees surprise annuities boost
SUPERMARKETS
Virgin America to list in New York
Happy outcome for Hiscox
BANKS
Bailed-out Bankia doubles profits
Pension fund to lift airport stake
B&M reports 23% rise in sales
GPE sells £ 70m of flats in West End
The Business Matrix
Reckitt plans to spin off addiction treatment arm
Sky buys in big to VR firm
Markets
Money
Beacon can blaze glorious trail for the Hannon stable
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Napoli in line as Van Gaal aims to offload United ‘flop’ Fellaini
Thomas signs new deal as Sky hint at women’s racing squad
Luckless Diaby still confident as he tries latest comeback
Hamilton’s revolt prompts a review of team orders by Mercedes management
SPORT IN BRIEF
Messi misses Barça’s camp
The unfolding feud
Buttler, Bell and Ballance make B-line for an England victory
Jaunty Jos shows ability to become a match-winner with brilliant debut
Moments of the day
Bru time for Davies after brilliant bronze
GAMES IN BRIEF
Boos ring out as Malaysia win team gold
Aussies power past England
Olympics must allow us in, says Matthew after epic final
Massaro rues missed chance against ruthless David
Delhi despair firmly in the past as Crawford eyes Glasgow gold
Wales enter the Jazz age as Carlin wins their first gold in the pool
Gemili settles for silver as Jamaica find a new star to win the sprint
‘Weirwolf of London’ finally has chance to grab missing gold
Rutherford follows in the family footsteps at Hampden
Scots pair strike gold and take host nation to a new record haul
The golden roll-call
Sport in 140 characters
Hamilton revolt sparks a review
Thomas signs new Team Sky deal
Van Gaal aims to offload Fellaini
Brilliant Jazz wins gold for Wales
Rutherford aims for ‘massive jump’
David Weir
Word Wheel
Maths Puzzle
Word Ladder

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