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Young voters have been consistently let down by mainstream political parties. Has the Labour leader done enough to win them round?
I'm not entirely sad to say that Piers Morgan's problems haven't gone away just yet. And nor, I imagine, have those of the once-married Heather Mills and Paul McCartney. In 2006, Morgan wrote of having heard a touching voicemail left for Mills by McCartney after an argument. So touching was said voicemail, claims the bothersome blogger Guido Fawkes, that Piers played it to the Mirror newsroom so that any Beatles-loving colleagues might share the moment when Macca warbled "We Can Work It Out" to his wife.
As the new political term begins, our parliamentary sketch writer, Simon Carr, casts his vote for the faces who'll be making the headlines this year
There was a small but observable increase in tiaras in the House of Lords. It may or may not mean the return of the Cavaliers, but we've certainly witnessed a rout of the Roundheads.
As excuses go, Bury's reason for dropping two vital home points in a 1-1 draw with Port Vale last weekend was – like the team in League Two – right up there.
Tom Peck joins Jacob Zuma on his historic visit – to Sainsbury's in Greenwich
Georgina Downs is fighting to stop farmers spraying toxins on crops. Can she win?
Corridors of greenery that will allow endangered species to migrate form part of comprehensive review of country's wildlife
Supermarkets in talks on how to educate public about benefits of science
Official report predicts impact of climate change on British weather
A Government campaign will see the end of confusing 'best before' labels, reduced packaging, and five new plants to convert waste into energy
The Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs answers your questions, such as 'What's your least green habit?' and 'Do you ever wish your last name wasn't Benn?'
The Government today ruled out a cull of badgers to tackle the rising toll of TB in cattle.
Farmers have threatened legal action if the Government decides not to allow a cull of badgers to tackle tuberculosis in cattle.
Carbon dioxide emissions caused by UK consumers increased by almost a fifth between 1992 and 2004, research revealed today.