i (from The Independent) - 22 Sep 2014

Table of content - i (from The Independent) (22 Sep 2014)

Labour in turmoil over votes for England
MANCHESTER CITY 1 CHELSEA 1
Family first
PLUS: LEICESTER CITY 5 MANCHESTER UNITED 3
Blair: Britain needs to send in troops to defeat Isis
Where were the President’s men when an intruder called?
Investors pull £ 30bn from world’s worst polluters
Why we’re not worthy of rock god Noddy Holder
Which unlucky attraction is riding high once more?
New leader named in power sharing deal
3. Blackpool Tower
‘ Thousands will not get free school meal’
The News Matrix
Sarkozy: I don’t want far right to triumph
Migrants missing after raft sinks
Police: sexual envy may be motive
20 dogs killed in fire at breeder’s house
Hate crime abusers ‘known to victims’
Weather
Protest marches around the world
Birthdays
5. The Tower, Meridian Quay
1. The Shard
2. Glastonbury Tor
Anniversaries
4. Glasgow Tower
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Quote of the day
Points of view
Games
MON 22
Tommy triumphs for 16th year running
Don’t speak ill of the dead?
Is it really that bad?
Revealed: how R2-D2 got his name
Not the Baroness’s biggest fan, then?
Last of the bouncing bombers in action
Reprieve for pied wagtail in Tesco
Letter from the Deputy Political Editor
What about freedom of expression?
Miliband faces rebellion on ‘English
PM denies breaking Scotland vow
Balls would cap rise in child benefit at 1%
Laws’ stance
Labour would axe crime commissioners
Fight against Isis is a global ideological battle, says Tony Blair
MIDDLE EAST
US military plan ‘needs Arab backing’
Isis has ‘ harnessed technology to line its pockets’
Dyke clocks up six gift watches
Working poor losing out on free school meals
Investors pledge to take money out of firms blamed for climate change
Bishop of London warns that ‘much religion is really dangerous and lethal’
Thousands of protesters march round the world
Arctic warming to bring storms
D&G’s Spanish steps
Anger at retailer over ‘stupid’ bipolar jibes
Peanut allergy is in the roast
Life In Brief
Putin has ‘ lost’ Russia’s little brother
Time running out for the confident one
THE ENGLISH QUESTION
What to do with ‘Blood and Guts’?
ANGUS LENNIE
Ed Miliband
DEALING WITH TERROR
AFRICA’S EBOLA CRISIS
The Opinion Matrix
Maybe it’s because I’m a Londoner...
Lager: it’s all small beer
Let’s not panic after Scots vote
Sad memories of lost theatres
Something fishy is going on
Academy that doesn’t add up
People
Heidi has a ball for charity in Milan
Rodman’s not taking on Isis after all
By Jessica Barrett
IN SICKNESS AND IN HEALTH
How about a maximum wage of £1m?
HATFIELD’S VIEW
Half of cancers only diagnosed at advanced stage
A cobbled part of this green and pleasant land
Power-sharing deal paves way for new President
Lockdown aims to stem spread of Ebola
Killer sudoku
Jealousy may lie behind murder of British tourist
Humanist campaign attempts to figure out the meaning of life
No 1129 BY QUIXOTE
Something in the water to predict earthquakes
Police say suspect may be in Latvia
Kids Company founder says it will need government cash to survive
Twitter campaign saves bird that made its home in Tesco
Royal Mint’s bid to strike gold by luring investors into sovereigns
A rock ’n’ roll hero... and a sensible man
Restorers’ victory after some ups and downs
He was ditched by ‘Grumpy Old Men’ for not being grumpy enough
Body is found in search for yacht couple
Corgi’s killing angers nation of animal lovers
Organ donors urged to offer their eyes to help the blind
I*video
Memorial service marks mall siege anniversary
Steve Richards Douglas Alexander
Thousands protest against Ukraine conflict
Judges order President to block social media sites
Fugitives ‘persuaded’ to return
Zoo highlights plight of rhinos
UNITED STATES
ALBANIA
Postcard From...
NEPAL
Prost! Munich’s beer and cheer
The school records of children taught between 1870 and the First World War are published as an archive today. Richard Garner swotted up
Sorry, Mr President: how can the US Secret Service let an intruder into the White House?
Plebs
Derren Brown: Infamous
Traders – Millions by the Minute
Critic’s choice
Film choice
Cilla
Gomorrah
She Monkeys
Man on Fire
Heaven Knows, Mr Allison
Afternoon Drama: Ghosts of Heathrow
Philomena
Fatal distraction
Food
Arts
Fashion
Model mother
First and foremost I’m a mum before I’m a model, my son always comes first
It is thick and off-white, yet far lower in fat than milk and known to be good for quenching thirst
Rosé wines
Life with Lena
Fargo
Heroes: David Bowie and Berlin
I am hideous. I am going to be living in a mental hospital by the time I am 29
Finding Tennessee Williams
Ballyturk
Hockney, Printmaker
BP Spotlight: Bodies of Nature
Art and Life
Jenny Lewis
Nicolas Hodges
Pride
Ezra Furman
FILM
VISUAL ARTS
The Wizard of Oz
Land of Our Fathers
JAZZ
Angel Olsen
If you only see
Start the conversation
Pitcairn
The Horrors
POP
Night Will Fall
COMEDY
Douglas Newton
TALKS & POETRY
Tim Renkow
Honeyblood
Bardo Pond
One Man, Two Guvnors
THEATRE
The 30 Second Briefing
Unison turns to pension giant in fight with Care UK
BRC accused of ignoring Labour’s rates policy
Boris Collardi,
Scotland’s TV and press did not get everyone’s vote but they were fair
Twitter: @iburrell
Goggle- eyed over the future
British Muslims need a voice
Media
Phones 4u avoided one big mistake
Beale
Entrepreneurs get the artisan spirit
Parking could cost councils dear
Leading US firms agree to merge
CBI warns of regional arbitrage
Lloyds may still quit Scotland
Investors look to bail out Monarch
Public finances vital for Osborne
AA on the road to solid debut profits
Moss Bros boost despite World Cup
AG Barr to fizz up 5.6% in results
The Business Matrix
Jimmy Choo puts best foot forward for float
Finance chiefs fear Euro stagnation
Money
Word Wheel
Maths Puzzle
Word Ladder
Hooley emulates hero Wilkinson as Saints blow Falcons away
Radcliffe happy just to get show back on the road after long wait
Groves’ eyes on title bout with ‘cheeky’ Dirrell
Hamilton roars back into title lead as Rosberg draws a Singapore blank
Wiggins and Sky miss out in tight battle for team time-trial medal
Paul Mahoney
Ryder Cup rookie is golf’s man of mystery
Luiten fights back to secure Welsh crown
Murray heads East for finals shot
IN BRIEF
Leeds hunt for answers
Dubuisson’s rapid rise
Rodgers: we are nowhere near as good as last season
Welbeck the new star pupil at Wenger’s finishing school
Leeds go over to the Darko side as Milanic quits Graz
SCOTLAND ROUND-UP
Ancelotti wants more out of Real
Pardew weathers latest storm but clouds continue to gather
Redknapp eyes Crouch reunion to lift Rangers
Schneiderlin: our success is built on team talk
Poyet desperate to find winning formula
Lampard shows no joy in denying Chelsea win
City’s warped relationship with Touré unlikely to last much longer
Howard errors prove costly as Palace make Everton pay
Pochettino angered by slack Spurs’ ‘ bad day’
Lampard shows no joy in denying Chelsea win
Vardy runs Van Gaal’s men ragged as United stars suffer
Van Gaal: we gave game
How teams compare
Away, a lot of players lost their heads
Premier League table
Florenzi: that goal’s for my gran!
Hooley shines as Saints triumph
Pochettino ‘angry’ with Spurs defeat
Dundee United go top with derby win
Palace make most of Howard’s errors
The Sport Matrix

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