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The increasingly forlorn Nick "29 Shags" Clegg seems to have little to look forward to. He's been all but erased from his party's campaign literature, for a round of local elections in which the Liberal Democrats appear bound for disaster anyway. He's been perpetually duffed up by the press and, now, by Gillian Duffy.
With her fervent support for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, is the inveterate campaigner finally emerging from the shadow of her ex-husband and gilded family inheritance?
Julian Assange will emerge from solitary confinement at Wandsworth prison this morning to attend the next stage of a legal process which could eventually lead to him being extradited to the United States on espionage charges. The founder of the whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks hopes his legal team can belatedly secure him bail at the High Court before it is decided whether to extradite him to Sweden to face allegations of rape and sexual assault.
The diminutive figure of Bianca Jagger pushed her way through the scrum as a man with a megaphone repeated "Exposing war crimes is no crime" and hundreds gathered outside City of Westminster magistrates' court chanted back "Free Julian now". It was, banners proclaimed, "Democracy on trial".
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was granted bail on a £200,000 cash surety yesterday at the end of a hearing in which high-profile figures queued to offer financial guarantees for his freedom and protesters outside the central London court building howled their anger against his "grotesque" detention.
News that the head of Guardian Media Group is jumping ship to board the budget airline easyJet has proved one of the more surprising high-profile appointments of late.
They claim to tone your body, improve posture and ease back pain. Esther Walker reports
The global credit crunch may be forcing ordinary families to tighten their belts but philanthropy among Britain's super-rich, it seems, is in rude health.
Jemima Khan meets a remarkable health campaigner