Muslims aren't alone in facing problems with sectarianism, but people who demand respect for their beliefs but can’t afford tolerance to others deserve neither
Victim described as 'a warm and friendly man who always went out of his way to make time to talk to you'
Simon Read vows to continue to tilt at the corporate giants and attempt to make them play fair with us
Here are the answers to this week's quiz...
Show was impressive but meant her voice was only really allowed to shine during the more pared-back ballads
White made immense contributions behind the scenes in producing musicals, television programmes and films during a career of more than half a century
An Independent reader was charged twice for hiring a truck in New York - and it has 'maxed out' his card
The makers of the popular board game have decided to ditch the fake notes
Grace Dent has found herself staring in confusion at the possibilities for last-minute sunny breaks
"If the cabbie had struck up a conversation about football or the weather, our millionaire might still be out there”, says Ladbrokes as taxi driver tells passenger about a missing winner
It is during the quieter, darker numbers that the strength of the 20-year-old's voice is most apparent
His first TV set was made of scissors, an old tea chest and some sealing wax
But it's made her no friends, says Chris Green
Creative Scotland gave Ms Harrison £15,000 The Glasgow Effect, which sees her staying within the city's confines for 2016
Donald MacInnes documents a year of oddness, from spray tans to spider spray...
The first Barrowlands show sold out in three minutes, the second in 15. The tour has so far done £400,000’s worth of business