Keighley go up after resisting Oldham

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Secrets and lies: Martin Sixsmith on the trail of a boy ripped from his mother

The truth is important to the former BBC news reporter and government press secretary Martin Sixsmith. Luckily, he didn't need to dress up the remarkable true story told in his latest book...

DVD: In The Loop (15)

It's the film that brought the phrase "Difficult, difficult, lemon difficult," into the national consciousness.

'Beast' revels in taming of red giant at Turf Moor

Brian Jensen – "The Beast" to Burnley fans – is a cult hero at Turf Moor but the Danish goalkeeper who saved Michael Carrick's penalty on Wednesday night is also a Manchester United fan.

Armando Iannucci: 'I don't despise politicans'

The creator of 'In the Loop' and 'The Thick of It' is one of the funniest men in Britain. Is he also one of the angriest?

John Rentoul: What role did Alastair Campbell play in the Iraq war?

The Mail today also provides a chance to recycle one of my favourite cartoons that I have never seen. It asks, under the ludicrous heading of "Analysis":

Bruce Anderson: A valid Iraq inquiry needs answers from the Americans

Tony Blair could not admit his real – and praiseworthy – motive: regime change

John Rentoul: Alastair Campbell has a go at Ed Balls

And quite right too. On his blog the advocate of Message Discipline takes issue with the shadow Chancellor's appearance on TV yesterday morning, in which he expressed his "personal" view was that the Iraq inquiry should have been more open than the one announced by Gordon Brown

Mark Steel: Why not hold all trials in private?

They'd have put Cherie Blair on the inquiry, only she'd have charged a fee

John Rentoul: Mono-Frenzy Syndrome

Alastair Campbell, terrific blogger and right about nearly everything, asks a question today, the day on which I received my Government leaflet on swine 'flu. "Is it not strange how, with more media space than ever, the press and broadcasters appear unable to manage more than one frenzy at a time?"

Cameron: This will be the new age of austerity

As Brown enters the twilight zone, Labour is mired in angry recriminations

Labour investigates vote-rigging claims

Enquiry launched as Blair ally's daughter battles to be chosen to fight safe seat

In The Loop (15)

Satire you can swear by

Christina Patterson: The day I applauded Alastair Campbell

While politics is flawed, it’s the only process for changing our society we’ve got
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