i (from The Independent) - 6 Jul 2015

Table of content - i (from The Independent) (6 Jul 2015)

Greek government says referendum result shows the people won’t bow to ‘ blackmail’ French President and German Chancellor call for special eurozone summit tomorrow
P 40
These are tough times for charities
The obesity cure that’s causing lifelong pain
YEAR
The high cost of housing doesn’t just price young homebuyers out of trendy city postcodes. According to a new report by the National Housing Federation, parts of rural England are set to become “pensioner pockets” where young families will no longer be ab
Suspect Iranian boat seized by coast guard
Anniversaries
Forth Bridge named World Heritage site
Israelis shoot youths crossing for work
Bush attacks Trump over Mexican slurs
Memorable motors
Princess Charlotte is christened
Lightning strikes kill two people
‘GPs not trained to deal with dementia’
Lesbian couple ‘marry’ in Beijing
Under-25s have more sexual partners
Councils urged to improve safety
Matrix
Birthdays
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McCartney: ‘death made John a martyr’
Harpsichord back from the 1500s
Night of celebrations in Athens as voters back Prime Minister’s stance
The Greeks don’t want to leave, but Europe wants revenge
This is a terrifying high-risk gamble
Warning cuts to tax credits ‘will hit children of the working poor’
Report weighs costs and benefits of Living Wage for all
BBC could charge to use iPlayer in £650m cuts
Package to speed up adoption system
New squeeze will slash payments to families
SNP: Lords review of Scotland Bill ‘scandalous’
Unite becomes third union to back Corbyn
Two die after being hit by lightning in the Brecon Beacons
Princess Charlotte christened at Sandringham
Weight-loss surgery ‘can ruin quality of life’
‘I went into starvation mode’
Lionel’s No1 eases the Sunday mourning
Isis teenager mocks murdered British tourists
Ten years after the attacks, is the UK an altered state?
Panic in group’s stronghold as air strikes kill eight
Minute’s silence for victims of 7/ 7 London bombs
People living with dementia ‘have to rely on family’
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Forth Bridge’s ‘creative genius’ sees it named as a World Heritage Site
UN takes sides in the great debate over ‘terroir’
Northern Rail workers vote to strike on jobs and safety
Victory snatched from Jaws in hot-dog eating championships
Life In Brief
ENGLISH VOTES
A ONE NATION BUDGET?
GREECE
BRITISH HEATWAVE
RIHANNA’S VIDEO
AIRPORT EXPANSION
Quote of the day
The Opinion Matrix
Lewis Hamilton
Our charities are under threat
Democracy at the crossroads
Nasty party at play
Drug problem for the NHS
Women’s sport gets serious
Streets with no kerbs
How to freeze out cold callers
Food as ballet?
Sharks in peril from people
Crime and punishment
Harry going in direction of a Hollywood movie
Stars in their stripes
Murray’s champion sense of humour
Why are we so down on winners?
Croaky, growly and slurred, it’s still a wonderful voice
SPORT
Stem-cell donor found for Lloyd-Roberts
‘People stepped out of their way to make things happen for me’
Donatella rips it up and starts again
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McCartney’s frustration over John’s ‘martyrdom’
Ecuador welcomes Pope on first leg of tour
Ethnic segregation rising in schools, research finds
Medics suffer high injury rates from sick animals
Diana Douglas dies in LA at 92
One-minute Wijuko
Daesh is the name Isis deserves
Breaking the taboos over infant death
‘Islamic State’ gives a veneer of authority to brutal terrorists
Another View
Postcard From...
Russian rocket ends astronauts’ wait for supplies
Bush finally attacks Trump for ‘Mexican rapists’ smear
Woman suicide bomber kills five in church
Troops killed in landmine blast
Attacks threaten peace talks
Hundreds flee huge wildfire
Final missing tiger carcass is found
Factory collapse kills nine people
Where young men risk their lives for a better future
Having a British father and living in the UK for 27 years just not enough
The leaf storm: earliest photo was by a woman
6 July
Nigel Slater: Eating Together
The Met: Policing London
Episodes
Vicious
Idris Elba: No Limits
True Detective
Liberal Arts
My Mad Fat Diary
Everything Put Together
A Deadly Warning: Srebrenica Revisited
With Great Pleasure
Dirty Harry
Revolutionary
Arts
Food
Jarrar’s clothes are about the here and now, ‘une couture d’aujourd’hui’
The staple foods are often not seasoned – so you use rich and tasty sauces’
Recipe boxes
WIN TODAY’S BEST BUY
Chronixx: here comes trouble...
My Name’s Not Friday
In...
An artist with an ageless eye for beauty
THEATRE
FILM
FFS
The Flying Dutchman
VISUAL ARTS
Chance
OPERA
Start
FOLK & ROOTS
One thing today
TALKS & POETRY
POP
JAZZ
THEATRE
CLASSICAL
Chance
COMEDY
Deficit to be slashed after faster growth lifts tax take
The 30 Second Briefing
Advisers on Royal Mail sell-off paid token fees
Paypal boss Dan Schulman gears up for a takeover spree ahead of split with parent group eBay
‘Cosmopolitan’ chief shakes up brands with digital innovation
Pimm’s? How Wimbledon racks it in
Brooks may bring gloom to ‘ The Sun’
Critic moves on, but life is tough for BBC
Media
Danny Rogers
Half of Wilko family bank £63m
WHAT THE SUNDAY PAPERS SAID
ENERGY
CHINA
THE WEEK AHEAD
Waitrose boss: war on prices fatal
Sainsbury’s AGM foresees hijack
Chance to impress for Dunelm CEO
M&S first-quarter trading report
The Business Matrix
Contenders vie to take over as GMB general secretary
CBI warns over delay to runway
Junior market loses 29 companies
Money
Kakuro
Minesweeper
Sudoku
Futoshiki
ABC Logic
Jigsawdoku
Codeword
Idoku
Concise Crossword
Word Wheel
Maths Puzzle
Word Ladder
Advantage Froome as key rivals miss break, but Cavendish suffers
Dobson at the double as Watson revives Red Devils
Stage 2
Stage 3
Lionesses look to gold future after leaving Canada with bronze
Messi left ‘destroyed’ as title drought goes on
Power v finesse – Williams sisters are well-matched as well as contrasting
Andy must make sure his own service game is faultless
Magic Monday’s stellar line-up
What we have learnt from week one at Wimbledon
‘Great returner can get better of great serve’
England must make Duke a hazard to win
Hamilton’s superb call seals third home victory
For Button, to the bitter end, home is where the heartache is
Williams left frustrated at failure to build on flying start
Byrne dominates with double win
Ujah relieved after beating Dasaolu
Ogier takes Pole for another year
Reds to confirm coaching shake-up
Middleton helps British finish third
The Sport Matrix
Hamilton’s home rule
McEnroe: SW19 can give Murray edge over rivals

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