The Independent (29 August 2015)
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The Independent is a British national morning newspaper published in London by Independent Print Limited. Nicknamed the Indy, it was launched in 1986 and is one of the youngest UK national daily newspapers. The Independent is regarded as coming from the centre-left, on culture and politics, but tends to take a more pro-market stance on economic issues.
reciprocity principle comes down to identity. What is a human being? Who am I? If I were merely myself – that is, the body sitting here writing – I would be a creature without hope. But my identity goes deeper than my own body and my own short time on Earth. I am a part of – and I take part in – something which is bigger and greater than myself. Humans tend to have a local and short-term sense of who they are. We used to have to scan our surroundings, wary of dangers and prey. That gives us a
teaching intoler- Samantha Cameron applauds her husband’s speech yesterday ance, we will shut you down,” he said. He added that Britain had to “play our part” in the fight against Isis in Syria, as the Government moves towards calling a Commons vote to extend RAF air strikes from Iraq. Labour Mr Cameron produced his fiercest attack on the new Labour leader, accusing Mr Corbyn of “hating” Britain, seizing on remarks that it was a “tragedy” that Osama bin Laden had been assassinated by US special
for the six months to 29 August sank 55 per cent to £354m. Sales at stores open more than a year fell 1 per cent in the last quarter, and Tesco is paying no dividend. Profits from the UK and Ireland – the main business accounting for three-quarters of its £23.9bn sales – tumbled 70 per cent to £166m. Mr Lewis admitted that “it takes a long time to rebuild a brand”, but said there were “encouraging signs” from his early efforts to put more staff in stores and improve service, although the wider
same, except that Greece are the opposition and Northern Ireland are not at full strength, as they were in September. That point against Hungary came at a cost of three suspensions – Chris Baird, Conor McLaughlin and the goalscorer Lafferty – and yesterday O’Neill confirmed that Jonny Evans is out with a tight hamstring, while Hughes has a calf niggle. Almost half the outfield 10 which faced Hungary will be missing and it is a measure of O’Neill’s managerial ability that, with reinforcements