Sunday, 15 April 2007
Leading article: The vote for sanitySunday, 15 April 2007
It was to try to counter the fear-driven instincts of public opinion, which were driving Government policy, that The Independent on Sunday launched its mental health campaign five years ago. Our aim was above all to improve understanding, which was t...
Letters: Independent midwiferyMonday, 16 April 2007
The independent midwifery association has been trying unsuccessfully to find an insurer for five years, after the last insurance company withdrew their prohibitively expensive cover. I was lucky enough to have independent midwifery care for the pregn...
Suzi Feay: At The Sharp EndMonday, 16 April 2007
I was being a little mischievous in questioning the bona fides of the controversial "women only" book prize. So conflicted are we about it that even the chairman of the judges, Muriel Gray, felt it necessary to attack the majority of women's fiction ...
Andrew Lloyd Webber: Phantom of the Opera writer mocked after issuing a warning about Ed Miliband and Nicola Sturgeon
Ed Miliband and Boris Johnson in angry clash live on BBC's Andrew Marr Show
Ian Brady: Moors murderer announces his support for Ukip and the SNP
'Are you beach body ready?' backlash grows as thousands sign petition calling for Protein World to remove 'body shaming' ads
Australian sports reporter Scott McIntyre sacked by SBS over 'despicable' Anzac Day tweets
Nepal earthquake: US Pastor Tony Miano sparks outcry by suggesting Nepalis should not rebuild their 'pagan shrines'
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