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The leader of the BNP Nick Griffin was yesterday declared bankrupt. He doesn't own a house, and has run out of money. But there are some other, probably more important things that the far-right politician lacks...

Tina C's Election Night BBQ Special, Radio 4 <br>US Election Special, Radio 5 Live

Up all night, and the laughs came thick and fast

Question Time: Johnny Vaughan

Work: Johnny Vaughan, 42, presents the Capital Radio breakfast show with co-host Lisa Snowdon

Life: Married to teenage sweetheart Antonia; two children

Balance: Supports Chelsea; drives a Maserati





Question Time: Camilla Wright

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Tim Fountain: I'm not just a sex freak...

Tim Fountain's one-man show 'Sex Addict' caused ire all round. Now he's back with a guide to sexual shenanigans up and down the country. Partly, as he tells Peter York, to discover if he's all that unusual

Paperbacks: How We Built Britain, by David Dimbleby

Who would have thought that inside the stolid figure of the author, Posh Spice is frantically trying to get out?

Gomarsall emerges from the scrapheap

Come in No 9. Scrum-half refuses to let Sixways sacking dent his hopes

Bush heartened by Iranian response to offer

The United States and its allies expressed cautious optimism as they awaited Tehran's final response to the make-or-break offer of a deal to persuade Iran to end its uranium enrichment programme. Proposals were delivered at a two-hour meeting in the Iranian capital by Javier Solana, the European Union's foreign policy chief, on behalf of France, Britain, Germany China, Russia, and the US - and drew a surprisingly measured initial response from the regime.

Buyer Beware: Rules of the booze cruise

A recent EU ruling seemed to give the green light to limitless cross-channel shopping. But, says Mark MacKenzie, the new regulations are being widely misunderstood

`Question Time' gets right answer to marriage proposal

THE QUESTION Time audience in Derby had already raised some of the burning issues of the week, including the elections in Iraq, how to legally tackle a burglar and the political career of Robert Kilroy-Silk.

Clinton loses his cool in Dimbleby grilling

Bill Clinton loses his famously genial temper in a BBC interview this week when David Dimbleby directs repeated questions about his affair with Monica Lewinsky.

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