i (from The Independent) - 24 Nov 2014

Table of content - i (from The Independent) (24 Nov 2014)

Britain’s new poor: young adults who have jobs
‘ Greatest day of my life’
Viva Vivienne!
Record Wembley crowd for England vs Germany
Stay classy: why British snobbery is here to stay
Tory grandees round on Cameron
UK’s £ 7m weapons exports to Israel
The mole hunt at the Elysée Palace
What is sowing the seeds of conflict in South America?
May: We must get to truth of sex abuse
Bafta children’s favourites
Green Party ‘will displace Lib Dems’
The News Matrix
More funds needed to fight terror in UK
Canal plan to take water down South
Private schools ‘now cater for oligarchs’
Recovery of MH17 wreckage is over
Gordon Brown set to quit Commons seat
Ecce Homo
Rothko mural
Mayan pyramid
Rokeby Venus
Scone Palace archway
Quote of the day
Art attacks
Letter from the Deputy Political Editor
Is discretion really the better part of valour?
Some of our ancient rings aren’t missing
Anti-gay activist weds male partner
Band Aid song tops UK singles charts
Briton becomes Scrabble champion
Radical shift to insecure jobs makes young adults most likely to be living in poverty
‘I never thought I’d end up working as a cleaner’
I wish I’d said ‘I don’t’: top regret of over-50s revealed
Labour to target ‘rogue’ agencies
You are making Ukip stronger, Clarke tells PM
‘Disrespectful’ tweet puts party into turmoil
Greens draw up election hit list to overtake Lib Dems
After one false dawn, party is maintaining its caution
Derelict land could provide nearly a million homes, say campaigners
Where they stand on key issues
Britain sold arms worth £7m to Israel before Gaza raids
Volleyball protester freed by Iranians
Cabinet backs ‘Jewish state’ bills
Sir Robin still a contender 45 years after world record
Canals plan resurfaces to quench South’s thirst
Health workers strike over 1% wage rise
Britain ‘more at risk from terrorist threat’
‘ Mercenaries’ post Isis fight on Facebook
Britain’s first Scrabble king in 21 years is lost for words
Mosley offers Labour £1m for anti- Cameron campaign
Argentina may snub BBC projects
Life In Brief
Real chance of a Tory rebellion
Quote of the day
The Opinion Matrix
Class will always be with us
It’s OK to snub ‘smug’ Band Aid
The Royal Mail does not deliver
Public service users pay cost
Men should try childbirth
Reflecting on Rochester
A lesson in making money
Modern police – the charges
Tatts the way to get under skin
Doherty’s quest to be clean
Iggy ‘not so much a party animal now’
A kiss for Lewis, she hopes
I hope that one day he’ll want his moose head again
There’s no shame in flag-waving
Inquest at the Elysée after Hollande is pictured with actress girlfriend
Sir Cliff to sue BBC for filming raid on home
Official’s son beats abduction attempt by North Koreans
Historic poll for birthplace of Arab Spring
Killer sudoku
Middle-class ‘super-food’ sows seeds of conflict
Fake wine inquiry launched after ‘Shardonnay’ alert
Sole survivor tells how he escaped bus slaughter
Ferguson on a knife-edge as it awaits verdict on police shooting
It’s no crime to be Muslim, so stop treating us like it is
Band Aid needs a new song, says Sande
The overseer of charities is supposed to be politically neutral
Deadline to end nuclear sanctions ‘impossible’
Putin: I won’t stay in power beyond 2024
Daylight reveals quake damage
Newborn has a lucky escape
Militants held in police raids
Saints canonised by Pope Francis
Ship with 228 migrants rescued
Shia leaders denounce election claim
Emily Dugan
Why Obama’s amnesty goes a long way in Tepetongo
England’s stars
Posh People: Inside Tatler
How To Break Into Britain: Channel 4 Dispatches
Toast Of London
Abigail’s Party
Turner Prize At 30
Critic’s choice
Film choice
White Christmas
About Schmidt
Terminator 2: Judgment Day
Terror Through Time
Dangerous Liaisons
No Way Out
Grand designs
Christmas baking
By the end of filming, you’re like: ‘Bloody hell, that’s what I look like’
Chase Your Shadow: The Trials of Oscar Pistorius
Spirited Away
Classical music’s new movement
Carl Barât & The Jackals
Royal Blood
Secret Theatres
The conversation
If you only see
The 30 Second Briefing
Osborne to miss target for clearing rates appeals
Aviva to make case for Friends merger
Quote of the day
Vladimir Putin, the Russian President
The digital world for women is breaking new ground
Battle for the Xmas purse ramps up
The Times’ war with Google continues
A stench in the corridors of the new BBC HQ
Four Seasons care home group splits
Yorkshire bank plans £2bn float
Europe’s €21bn fund takes shape
Black Friday retail security boost
Pensioners ‘ being hoodwinked’
The Business Matrix
Ofcom to criticise Royal Mail over efficiency
Chinese cuts good for UK luxury
Vivienne Westwood
Word Wheel
Maths Puzzle
Word Ladder
Rain prevents Ramprakash seeing England’s promise
Aussies scramble back to top of the one-day order
Bellew has his revenge then pays respects
Federer finishes the job to clinch Switzerland triumph
Pressure this year has made me stronger, claims McIlroy
Ford books his place as England pray for some help
Faletau: Wales can take latest disappointment out on Boks
Ireland repay ill Schmidt’s true grit
Yes, Scotland can win the Six Nations, says Kiwi convert Cowan
Mallinder’s joy as Saints storm to victory in the Saracens’ home
People paid to bring football up to date are failing dismally
Mourinho turns on ‘Dr Ramos’ in continuing spat with the Spanish
Pellegrini: we must be aggressive to overcome Bayern
Van Gaal can smile as Arsenal let him off
Pardew: in-form Newcastle can keep winning run going
Palace curse returns to show how Liverpool have slumped
Pochettino gains some respite as Ramirez red card turns the tide
Southampton’s spirit has been crucial to great start – Koeman
Reality bites for England as Germany rule the roost
Story of a season: five key races for Hamilton
Hamilton conquers nerves to join greats
‘Incredible race’ is fine by Massa, while
British champions
Germany outclass England women
Liverpool fall flat again at Palace
Button makes point
Taylor beats Yin to reach world final
McIlroy: I’m wiser after tough year
Ramprakash sees England promise
Federer seals cup victory for Swiss
Spurs seal late win over 10-man Hull
When the lights went out, he was in a world of his own
The Sport Matrix

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