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Harman faces driving charges

Harriet Harman, the deputy Labour leader, is to be charged with driving without due care and attention and driving while using a mobile phone, the Crown Prosecution Service announced last night.

Harriet Harman prosecuted after crash 'while using phone'

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Hot news from Australia, where the adult entertainment sector is going through a consolidation phase. Still, the online retailer Adultshop wasn't expecting the takeover approach it received yesterday, and was taken by surprise with a $5.2m bid from a Melbourne chain of sex stores called Sexyland.

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Just as well Ed Stourton wasn't on duty for the Today programme on Friday when Lord Rennard stepped down as the Lib Dems' chief executive for "health reasons", nothing to do with his £40,000 expenses on a second home when he has a house two miles from Westminster.

The Mansion, 255 Gipsy Road, Dulwich, London

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Despite the hostility to the Government's academies programme, Lord Adonis, the Schools Minister, remains resolutely optimistic. He tells Richard Garner about his plans

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