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Moyles is contracted to Radio 1 until 2014

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As regards the itinerary, at least, Mitt Romney's trip was everything a Republican nominee's first overseas tour might be expected to be. It followed a standard route of friendly countries – from Britain, to Israel and, yesterday, on to Poland – with plenty of opportunities to burnish the candidate's foreign policy credentials and set him up as a warmer friend to America's allies than Barack Obama has been.

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Chairman of British Handball John Brewer is revelling in the way handball has made an impact on the consciousness of the British public at the Olympic Games and has called on UK Sport to help them capitalise on it.

François Hollande: still frosty when he met Cameron at the G20 summit

Hollande's red carpet revenge on Cameron

It's 'le snub' (part deux) as new French President invites Miliband to the Elysée ahead of the PM

Angela Neustatter: You can be a feminist and be happy at home

I never said women should return to the 1950s, but that should not mean that the home gets overlooked

The Big Six: British castle stays

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Ian Burrell: New face for radio is off to hang out with the dancing dads

The mission of every major television controller is to find programmes – such as "Doctor Who", "The X Factor" and "Strictly Come Dancing" – which cross generations and bring families together in a shared living room experience.

Ian Burrell: New face for radio is off to hang out with the dancing dads

The mission of every major television controller is to find programmes – such as "Doctor Who", "The X Factor" and "Strictly Come Dancing" – which cross generations and bring families together in a shared living room experience.

Nick Grimshaw will replace Chris Moyles in September

Moyles gives successor a surprise initiation into the madcap world of the breakfast show

Chris Moyles subjected his Radio 1 colleague Nick Grimshaw to the broadcasting equivalent of a public “debagging” today, as he gave his young successor an initiation into the madcap world of the breakfast show.

Nick Grimshaw to replace Chris Moyles as Radio 1 breakfast show host

Radio 1 has announced that Nick Grimshaw will replace Chris Moyles as breakfast show host after the long-running DJ announced his decision to leave this morning.

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