i (from The Independent) - 3 Aug 2015

Table of content - i (from The Independent) (3 Aug 2015)

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Powerful gene drive technique can revolutionise medicine and agriculture But scientists with project warn of threat to human health and environment
Community Shield: Wenger finally gets one over Mourinho
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N AT I O N A L N E WS P A P E R O F
The queen of Saturday night, dies aged 72
Gay activists arrested in museum protest
George Orwell’s dystopian masterpiece has beaten to the top of a list of books that “every student should read before leaving secondary school”. The selection, dominated by classic literature, was chosen by 500 teachers.
Healthcare pledge for entire population
Air travellers ‘at risk of cosmic radiation’
Cannabis should not register on targets
Kurds being hit by coalition air strikes
Britain asked to vote for its favourite bug
Rapper’s Unilever protest song
Birthdays
Corbyn: I would form unity cabinet
Relatives seek to exhume loved ones
Hirst and Warhol art dealers investigated
Matrix
Anniversaries
I
Hour
03
Giant killer snails invade Florida
Mint Cake has fresh start as a liqueur
Landlords who rent to illegal immigrants face five years in jail
Fears that Zeebrugge will become flashpoint
Majority want green belt saved from development
Transit camp in Kent would ease pressure: Calais mayor
‘Build second chamber in Glasgow’
Picky children could end up with depression
‘Pilot error’ may have caused Bin Laden crash
Stirling effort from pipers
Kendall revives her bid with five key pledges
Leslie says ‘Corbynomics’ would end up hurting poor the most
Osborne Budget ‘weakens incentive to work’
Tributes pour in for Cilla, queen of entertainment
Personality and quick wit endeared her to the nation
Ban on nerve-agent pesticides ‘has not damaged rape yield’
Scientists sound alarm on ‘supercharged’ GM
Allegations of doping by medal winners shock sport
‘Ignoring drug offences would benefit police’
Mamils give Marathon a run for its money
Life In Brief
REPUBLICAN LEADERSHIP
MIGRANTS AT CALAIS
DOPING IN ATHLETICS
CECIL THE LION
JEREMY CORBYN
MULLAH OMAR
The Opinion Matrix
Donald Trump
Why I’d vote for Jeremy Corbyn
Calais: whose problem?
Jewish and Arab violence
Unfair on gulls
Astray over Somerset
Let animals live too
Corbyn for PM? Not likely
Cuddly killers in our gardens
Eminem loses six stone
People
Emily’s vision is not Blurred any more: so no more nudity
Harmful cult lands body blows on women and girls
Italy shows scale of migrant problem
Summer storms hit puffin chick numbers
Ugly bug poll: Britain asked to pick a favourite
Art gallery under investigation for fraud and theft
CRYPTIC CROSSWORD
Obama ignites war on coal to hit global warming targets
Isis recruit reveals ‘execution centre’ horror
Second US lion-killer named
Hitch-hiker robot left for dead in Philadelphia
Armadillo shooter left shell-shocked
New Réunion debris ‘not from MH370’
Computer game improves memory
100 ancient woodland sites may be destroyed by HS2 rail works
State of emergency in California as fires spread
One-minute Wijuko
Evgeny Lebedev
A major step toward making a difference
100
Postcard From...
Taliban tries to present a united front after death
Cell members are charged with terrorism
US-Egypt ties are stronger despite ongoing tensions
Speaker resigns over cash claim
General dies in gun ambush
UN Mission soldier killed
Journalists wait for verdict
Stiff drinks have Viagra in them
‘ Turkey and Isis: there is no difference for us’
Why Tom Cruise is never asked about Scientology
3 August
Carol Klein’s Plant Odysseys
Britain At The Bookies
Flying To The Ends Of The Earth
Great British Menu
Jungle Book
Travel Guides
The Cider House Rules
Women Of Terror
Live And Let Die
A Very British Brothel
SO MUCH, SO YOUNG
Arts
Food
Style
You can’t build a brand based on youth – my brand has to stand for more
Their philosophy? Here’s some stuff, try it on… They’re just clothes
What’s hot in California?
In LA, they are beyond just juicing bananas and berries – ‘too sugary, darling’
Cake stands
I see every hateful thing people write on Twitter. Because I check it. I take it in
Rupert Brooke: Life, Death and Myth
Insurgent
In...
Art with a cast of hundreds
Bakkhai
The Dandy Warhols
Pete Waterman: a Life in Song
VISUAL ARTS
FILM
Chance
CLASSICAL
Start
One thing today
WORLD MUSIC
THEATRE
FOLK & ROOTS
POP
Chance
JAZZ
Howard faces Soma questions from the Serious Fraud Office
The 30 Second Briefing
BA pensions trustee ousted over strategy
Quote of the day
‘ The Sun’ is back to what it does best as Brooks’s return looks imminent
Sorrell will keep execs on their toes
Hillsborough’s impact still felt on the media
Ipso works with charities to boost reports
Rogers
Ban on FT’s home being made flats
WHAT THE SUNDAY PAPERS SAID
TRADING
DEAL
THE WEEK AHEAD
New fracking licences on way
Bank of England rates decision
Hunger for Just Eat results
RSA gives Zurich takeover view
The Business Matrix
Conservatives planning a US-style trust to raise cash
Charity begins in the City
Exports limit small firms’ performance
Money
Kakuro
Minesweeper
Sudoku
Futoshiki
ABC Logic
Jigsawdoku
Concise Crossword
Codeword
Idoku
Word Wheel
Maths Puzzle
Word Ladder
‘Netball has changed a lot – it is fast and aggressive’
Davies delays Rea’s title glory as Sykes crashes out
‘Golfing gods’ help relentless Park to seventh major title
Murray bounces back from Wimbledon loss to take Hamburg glory
Guy paves way for more British medals in Kazan
Anderson’s injury delays the call on under-pressure Lyth and Moeen
These Aussie batsmen lack experience in county game
Brenkley
Just a fraction of the cash generated by Olympics is enough to end this drugs war
Chelsea and Hayes take inspiration from Kipling to triumph
Rangers through to second round of cup
Nicholson helps returning Hearts to a thrilling win
Who’s feeling the heat?
Wenger finally gets better of Mourinho as feud continues
Chelsea manager: I stood where you only miss me if you want to...
Rooney back in blue after decade away
Swift misses out in Surrey Classic
Maria stuns rivals to take French win
Di Maria set for exit after PSG medical
Benteke and Rodriguez find net
The Sport Matrix
Wenger ends his Jose hoodoo Arsenal manager finally gets one over Mourinho at 14th attempt but then becomes embroiled in silly handshake row with rival

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