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3 hours
First broadcast:
Thursday 20 January 2011

Peter Allen and Aasmah Mir with live breaking news.

Alan Johnson resigns as shadow chancellor citing personal reasons. Ed Balls is appointed in his place, calling it a hugely important responsibility. Live statements from the Labour leader and the new shadow chancellor, with analysis from chief political correspondent John Pienaar. Will two Ed's be better than one?

The most senior man in world athletics says he wouldn't have given London his vote to host the 2012 Olympics if he'd known there was a chance the stadium would have its athletics track scrapped after the Games.

Children under 5 may be able to master computers and mobile phones -- but many can't tie their shoelaces or write their own name.


5 live Energy Day highlights

5 live Energy Day highlights

Highlights from 5 live's Energy Day, including a video of Peter Allen in a hamster wheel.

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