22/04/2010

Aasmah Mir and Peter Allen with the day's news.

It's the second prime ministerial debate, and all the focus is on Nick Clegg, after allegations that some party donations were paid into his personal bank account.

The leader of the Catholic Church in England and Wales makes a 'heartfelt apology' for the child abuse scandal.

The RAF has suspended training flights by its Typhoon jets - because volcanic ash has got into a plane engine.

And, in sport: The FA and Premier League say they will not sanction Portsmouth's request to play in Europe next season, Fulham keeper Mark Schwartzer says Hamburg have to be the favourites to win after the London club's road trip, and Steve Coppell is back in football management at Ashton Gate.

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