Sunday Times Magazine July 13th 2014

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Sunday Times Magazine July 13th 2014

Wheels shall overcome – Meet the CaiRollers-the Egyptian women taking to their roller skates in the face of revolution and harassment BY KATIE GLASS

Invasion of the killer weed – It’s ruining our homes and our lives: Japanese knotweed is out of control and coming to a garden near you BY MATT RUDD

Contributor’s note – “The Victorians thought Japanese knotweed was a beautiful and exotic addition to the garden- then it escaped and spread across the land. Now, It’s too late… or is it?”

Disunited nation – Ahead of the referendum on Scottish independence, a photographic journey to the forgotten heartlands PHOTOGRAPHS BY ROBERT ORMEROD

Glass House – We’re in the grip of medical madness KATIE GLASS

Relative Values – The ITV newscaster Alastair Stewart and his daughter Clemmie

A Life in the Day – Cher Wang

The oils of war – The First World War spawned a generation of inventive artists now on display in an unprecedented exhibition BY WALDEMAR JANUSZCZAK

Missing something? – A curious form of portraiture emerges in Uganda: endearing passport photos with the heads cut out IMAGES BY MARTINA BACIGALUPO

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Sunday Times Magazine July 13th 2014

Wheels shall overcome – Meet the CaiRollers-the Egyptian women taking to their roller skates in the face of revolution and harassment BY KATIE GLASS

Invasion of the killer weed – It’s ruining our homes and our lives: Japanese knotweed is out of control and coming to a garden near you BY MATT RUDD

Contributor’s note – “The Victorians thought Japanese knotweed was a beautiful and exotic addition to the garden- then it escaped and spread across the land. Now, It’s too late… or is it?”

Disunited nation – Ahead of the referendum on Scottish independence, a photographic journey to the forgotten heartlands PHOTOGRAPHS BY ROBERT ORMEROD

Glass House – We’re in the grip of medical madness KATIE GLASS

Relative Values – The ITV newscaster Alastair Stewart and his daughter Clemmie

A Life in the Day – Cher Wang

The oils of war – The First World War spawned a generation of inventive artists now on display in an unprecedented exhibition BY WALDEMAR JANUSZCZAK

Missing something? – A curious form of portraiture emerges in Uganda: endearing passport photos with the heads cut out IMAGES BY MARTINA BACIGALUPO

60 pages. All our magazines are first day issues. This issue is in very good condition for age.

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