The Observer International Edition - 25 Sep 2011

Table of content - The Observer International Edition (25 Sep 2011)

Labour to slash top university fees to £6,000 – Miliband
ROYAL EYES ON MIKE
EU given six weeks to protect itself against domino effect of ‘inevitable Greek default’
Route to top of Everest may soon be ice-free, say climbers
Shehla Masood fought against corruption. Was that why she was killed?
Dispatch Bhopal, India
After the TV brawl, Lebedev comes clean about his street fighting years
Fear for City jobs after UBS chief quits over bank’s £1.5bn ‘rogue trader’ losses
Everest may lose its ice, warn climbers
Find a simple, popular message or Labour can’t win, Blunkett warns Miliband
Voters haven’t given up on Labour, with Tories still most ‘toxic’, poll finds
Labour to slash top university fees to £6,000 – Ed Miliband
Desperate retailers begin Christmas earlier than ever
Publishers gamble on comedians to top the celebrity bestseller list
Is postmodernism all about Gaga, Warhol or a wooden toaster? Time to find out…
Axe of migrant-return scheme ‘will cost taxpayers £2m a year’
Despairing Greeks say: ‘We
Can’t take any more of this’
Pressure mounts on eurozone ministers as debt crisis dominates IMF summit
Six-week deadline for EU to act on Greek crisis
Women live in fear as law ignores stalkers
Blair’s business empire dealt a blow by chief’s sudden exit
LIFE AFTER GOVERNMENT
Give me Brief Encounter, not iphone sex
Having ovaries doesn’t make you a better person
Downton ads are a real downer
Inmates fear for future of scheme to stop jail suicides
School sports deliver fresh blow to Olympic legacy
Amnesty airs Moat doubts
While the diplomats haggle, deadly tensions are mounting in the nascent Palestine
Putin sets sights on another 12 years in Kremlin’s top job
Knox murder appeal ends in high drama
Milan’s designers trust in culture to rise above Italy’s deepening market gloom
Nuns who died in Chetnik atrocity are beatified
Debris from Nasa satellite falls south of Calgary
Miliband sketches out vision for ‘new society and new ethics’
What should Miliband do to win back voters and make Labour electable again?
Reach out beyond traditional supporters
Miliband must define his politics more clearly
Be bold on earnings and tax – safety first won’t win this race
Set the record straight on the economy and go for growth
Show your passion for social justice
Sexy, sassy, funny: new breed of US sitcoms puts the women in charge
Everest’s melting glaciers
Send a signal to the world
Our chance to limit the damage will melt away if we continue to ignore Earth’s warning signals
You can relax, Professor Einstein. E still equals mc2. Probably…
Britain’s universities are too good to be traded in the marketplace
A good news story out of Africa brings hope
Labour, spell out your vision of a good society
Living together is good for you. Equal rights – even better
Putin’s presidential ambitions signal a return to autocracy
You can call Ed Miliband many things, but certainly not cautious
RIDDELL’S VIEW
Perhaps Britain is great, but not in the way this campaign implies
Victoria Coren No wonder I’ve run out of energy
Can’t we invite more worthwhile people into Number 10?
Mcguinness’s candidacy is an affront to decency
Is this really the safest or best way to expand railway use?
Stella Mccartney She does things in her own fashion
THE MCCARTNEY FILE
Trouble at the till: Tesco rounds on its rivals and starts a £500m price war
15.6%
£44.6bn
It’s all downturn and debt in DC, but the World Bank shows its feminine side
11.5%
17.4%
£16.5bn
1.89m
That settles it for libel law reform. Thanks, Rupert
TV is there to inform us, not the police
We need unity on PCC reform. Yes, the redtops, too
In the face of world economic meltdown, we need a bit more than Cameron’s round robin
This crisis demands leadership, wherever it comes from
UBS shows that we’ll have to keep looking over the fence
THE REVEALING MS MIRREN
BOOKS
AGENDA
TV LISTINGS
Cannibals in Wales and working on screen with dad
Culture | People | Politics | Ideas
ON MY RADAR
Paddy Considine
COMEDY
Facebook is monopoly, so why shouldn’t it be nationalised?
COMPETITION
‘I
‘If I glimpse myself in my first film, it is a bit, “Wow, who is that funny little hairy fat girl”
Stars, guitars and poetry:
The top 50 ipad apps
‘My default is melancholy.
A writer is alone, a hermit’
‘Dickens induces intense – and odd – passions in his devotees’
Too many stirrers thicken the plot
Film | Music | Theatre | Dance | Art | Radio | Games
To live and drive in LA…
Through hell to high water
The men who made war on Everest
‘It’s how we imagine the PM’S wife to be’, page 21
The hunter, his treasure and a world of ideas
Don’t point the finger at God or fate. Your problem is closer to home
Return to the land of disillusion
The hungry and the haunted inside Hitler’s ring of steel
Why publishing is just like horse racing
Take your judgment on the chin, Google
Awol? No, Houellebecq just refuses to log on
Elated Van Persie calms the nerves
Arsenal can’t escape conviction defificit
Too close for comfort for relieved Redknapp
Some smoke without fire for Fulham
Crouch pounces to end United’s perfect start
Huseklepp keeps desperate Pompey waiting until the last
Button and Webber can spoil the party
Wickham haunts off-target Ipswich
How Vettel can rule like Schumacher
Hales the latest to cut his teeth in Twenty20
HITMAN WON’T GO Q
QUIETLY
Torres scores and is sent off on bittersweet day
Suárez on song but Liverpool a mix of good, bad and indifferent
Centurion Mccaw leads exhibition of beautiful brutality
French and referee wave the hosts through
Lièvremont defends Parra pick at outside-half
At last flowing England
Begin to spread their wings Relying on broken-field ball will not be enough to beat Scotland
Robinson confident kickers can rise to occasion in Cake Tin
LIFT OFF
SPORT
Torrid times for Torres: a goal and a red card
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