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Reaction to Roy Hodgson's interview for the England manager job, plus the latest news.
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Latest from the Barclays' AGM and the Whitby manhunt.
Rupert Murdoch says the scandal at the News of the World was 'an aberration'.
Jeremy Hunt says his office may have talked too much to News International about B-Sky-B.
James Murdoch at Leveson Inquiry - he still says he knew nothing about phone hacking.
Latest from the Leveson Inquiry as the head of Sky News is cross-examined.
Bahrain Grand Prix, airport taxes, Cairo protests, Seb Coe, Home births and coma recovery.
Theresa May attempts to downplay the confusion over the deportation of Abu Qatada.
Unemployment figures and the ongoing row about top rate tax dominate PMQs.
Radical cleric Abu Qatada is arrested - the Home Office wants to deport him.
Latest from the trial of Anders Breivik, who killed 77 people in Norway last year.
David Cameron gives a press conference with Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
The Syrian government asks refugees to go home as the fragile ceasefire holds.
The man who burned down the Reeves shop in Croydon is given 11 years in jail.
Shelagh and the sport team, talking Balotelli, Bubba and bad refereeing.
We speak to a good samaritan who's given £20,000 to help a young girl have an operation.
Sky News admits it allowed a reporter to hack into emails on public interest grounds.
Airlines, unions and BAA all warn of long queues at Easter because of too few border staff
News from around the UK. Including sport, politics, and money news.
A British and Argentine veteran discuss their memories of the Falklands conflict.