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By the time this column is published, I expect that the commentary on the grubby little intervention by George Osborne on the Philpott case will have moved on. We should be well into post-match analysis of tactics and strategy.
Blackburn Rovers goalkeeper Paul Robinson will be out of action for six months as a result of a blood clot in a lung.
... and this March was the coldest since 1962
Pope Francis calls for peace in Syria and the Korean peninsula
Faithful Christians around the world gathered together to commemorate the Passion of Christ on Good Friday, the day that is believed Jesus was crucified and killed by the Romans. Two days later he rises from the dead on Easter Sunday.
Cross-channel ferry strike has been called off, but roads are expected to be busy this evening and tomorrow morning
Italy’s would-be Prime Minister has said that “only a mentally ill person” would want the job right now, as the eurozone’s third biggest democracy continues to tie itself in knots.
The Archbishop of Canterbury will play the theme tune from the BBC sitcom The Vicar of Dibley when he makes his radio presenting debut on Easter Sunday.
Hear the word ‘pastel’ and you may think pale pinks and retro florals, but as a new book shows, they are only part of the story. Kate Burt reports
It's not just about chocolate... Will Coldwell rounds up family-friendly events and treasure hunts around the country
Freezing temperatures mean today is on track to be the coldest March day since 1986, forecasters said.
It feels like the Anglican Church has given up railing against the lost meaning of Easter eggs – it’s sponsored its own.
Construction work on a £90m shopping centre has been delayed by a rapidly increasing population of breeding newts.
Last season saw the fourth successive decline in the numbers of Brits heading to the ski slopes. Overall, numbers are down by more than a quarter since the economic crash, according to annual surveys by the UK's biggest operator Crystal and the non-profit Ski Club of Great Britain.
Eleven days after the superstorm struck, hundreds of thousands of its victims are still without power as rain and snow prolong their agony
Andre Villas-Boas knows he is failing to exploit one of Tottenham Hotspur’s most important resources. He has played seven games at White Hart Lane so far and won just two. The home crowd, which can be powerful and partisan, has been indifferent. And when they saw Spurs outplayed by Wigan Athletic during their 1-0 loss on Saturday, they were far from impressed.