Tuesday, 3 April 2007
Leading article: The rich world must be held to its promisesWednesday, 4 April 2007
The Italian contribution to world aid budgets has been especially poor. Germany's has been unimpressive. Aid from Japan fell by almost 10 per cent. And donations from the world's largest economy, the United States, fell by 20 per cent. Overall, the r...
Leading article: A war that invites some unflattering comparisonsTuesday, 3 April 2007
But the differences are starker. Iraq was a war of choice. The drum beat for the invasion started almost two years before the tanks began to roll. The Falklands were, by contrast, an emergency provoked by Argentine aggression. Diplomacy failed in the...
The Third Leader: Triumph of the willTuesday, 3 April 2007
How, I wonder, are you predisposed to react to this revelation? Surprised? Sympathetic? A touch cynical, requiring more proof? Or completely open-minded? That last, I should say, since you are an Independent reader and as such predisposed to fight pr...
Calais crisis: Man crushed to death by lorry after migrants attempt to enter Channel Tunnel
Obese people who refuse to lose weight could see benefits cut, David Cameron to announce
Prince George's £18,000 birthday gift speaks volumes about Britain's widening wealth inequality
Walter Palmer killed Cecil the Lion with a bow to show off – and now he's discovering what it's like to be hunted
Jeremy Corbyn wins backing of Unison trade union in race for Labour leadership
Cecil the lion: Ricky Gervais and Cara Delevingne lead outpouring of anger after trophy hunter is identified as Walter Palmer
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