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The Right Rev Libby Lane trained in dance for 15 years before studying theology

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The Right Rev Lane, who was ordained as the Bishop of Stockport in January, said that dancing helps inform her understanding of incarnation

Nick Clegg, Liberal Democrats, Ed Miliband, Labour, and David Cameron, Conservatives

General Election 2015: The unanswered questions on tax and spending

The answers you need to know in the run up to the election

Nick Mann, right, died trying to save his younger brother, Robert Mann

Nick Mann: Man died trying to save brother Robert Mann from oncoming London Underground train at Old Street station

Nick Mann's friends have said he will be "sorely missed"

SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon on the General Election campaign trail in Glasgow Fort Shopping Park in the Glasgow East parliamentary seat

General Election 2015: Scottish campaign season kicks off

The people of Scotland may prove crucial in deciding the outcome of the Westminster election on 7 May

Nigel Farage unveils Ukip's five-point pledge card (PA)

General Election 2015: Nigel Farage is already planning for life as an MP as he reveals he meets Tory MPs 'all the time' over post-election deal

Ukip leader has had 'informal' discussions about forming a post-election alliance with Tory MPs

A family of four found dead on Gibraltar

Gibraltar stabbing: British man found dead alongside Spanish partner and two children

Police are attempting to locate their close relatives

Lord Gus O’Donnell, who presided over the negotiations which resulted in 2010’s power-sharing deal between the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats, also warned that such a coalition would raise questions about the legitimacy of the Westminster government.

General Election 2015: Labour-SNP partnership would revive Scottish independence, says former head of civil service

Lord Gus O’Donnell warned that such a coalition would raise questions about the legitimacy of the Westminster government

Martin Freeman unveiled as Labour's first big election endorser: 'My values are about community, compassion, decency'

The Hobbit and Sherlock star appears in an emotive political broadcast

The BBC updated its election guidelines to staff as campaigning began. “You shouldn't state your political preferences or say anything that compromises your impartiality

Election 2015: BBC staff told to follow a 'balanced' range of politicians on Twitter

'You shouldn't state your political preferences or say anything that compromises your impartiality', the guidelines state

A woman shelters under a umbrella as the rain falls on the seafront on May 14, 2013 in Weston-Super-Mare, England.

Easter 2015 weather: Gale force winds and snow to make way for cloudy Bank Holiday weekend

Some parts of Scotland will be hit with snow showers tonight

Brixton squat flats now costing up to £3k per month show how out of control rent is in London

It was not worth evicting squatters to have just 22 social rent flats, said a Greens parliamentary candidate

Figures show a total of 41 headteachers are earning more than £142,000 a year - up by 10 when compared with the previous year

Headteachers' salaries are soaring in academies and free schools, say teachers

Delegates at the Association of Teachers and Lecturers' conference heard that growing numbers of heads were now earning more than the Prime Minister

Andrew Marr attacks 'genuinely tortured, angry individual' Jeremy Paxman following 'aggressive' leaders interviews

The political journalist made clear he is not a fan of the former Newsnight presenter's abrasive style of inquisition

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