I've interviewed Paul Fisher, who this month attended his final Bank of England Monetary Policy Comm...
What’s the limit for Palestinian deaths before a ceasefire? Eight hundred are dead. But Israel has impunity Robert Fisk
A spate of good news for the Treasury can't hide the unbalanced nature of this recovery James Moore
Things aren't looking good for Alex Salmond's independence campaign, but he needs to prove his mettle Mary Dejevsky
Despite what Mira Bar-Hillel says, Israel is dealing rationally with an enemy crazed with lust for our death Ayelet Shaked
Good for Lana Del Rey for helping kill that myth. No one ever says it about men, so why say it about women? Grace Dent
This is the first time that social media has been used to hold Israel responsible for its attacks on Gaza Mira Bar Hillel
The intensity of the adulation for Blair at this 20 year anniversary ought to worry the party's "new" man Steve Richards
Cruelly obliterating their image with a blob kills the child a second time, turning a girl into a faceless doll Robert Fisk
From MH17 to Gaza, there's no distinction between soldiers and non-combatants caught in the crossfire Joan Smith
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We have a ComRes opinion poll in The Independent on Sunday tomorrow, shared with the Sunday Mirror. ...
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Pope John Paul II's fast-track to sainthood is in danger of derailment after doubts were cast yesterday on the prerequisite miracle, in which the former pontiff was said to have cured a nun of Parkinson's disease.
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The Church of England's General Synod avoided yet another damaging schism yesterday. It sidestepped an attempt by evangelicals to officially recognise a controversial sect of American Anglicans who have formed their own church in protest at the growing acceptance of homosexuality.
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The Ministry of Defence will not be ordering troops to remove coded references to the Bible from a range of specialist gun sights that are being used by British units in Afghanistan, The Independent has learned.
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One in 10 young people believed life was not worth living or was meaningless, according to an "alarming" new report today.
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