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Sheffield United 2 Barnsley 2

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Jones asks questions as Gray denies Cardiff

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Brian Howard: Serial giant-killer with city in his sights

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Nick Clegg is engaged in a series of last-minute talks with senior Liberal Democrats in an attempt to head off a rebellion at the party's spring conference in Sheffield next week.

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Labour surged in votes and seats with two gains in the latest council by-elections.

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Brendan Rodgers, the Swansea City manager, sung Scott Sinclair's praises after his two goals, struck either side of half-time, helped the promotion hopefuls defeat Leeds 3-0 on Saturday.

Lights expose Leeds' promotion gremlins

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