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Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher organised a match that revived some great Liverpool memories

Television punditry has moved on, Hansen hasn't

Alan Hansen confirms plans to quit Match of the Day after 2014 World Cup

The pundit will leave the BBC after 22 years

Danielle Carter scored twice for Arsenal Ladies

Women's Super League: Arsenal keep in touch at top

Arsenal Ladies remain two points behind Liverpool with a game in hand after their 3-1 win over Doncaster Belles. Danielle Carter scored twice and Jordan Nobbs added the other. Sue Smith equalised for the Belles two minutes into the second half.

Take a bow: Julian Lloyd Webber plays with six-year-old Lauren Russell, a member of In Harmony

Julian Lloyd Webber: I'm doing a Dudamel over here

The Venezuelan conductor showed how poor children could become musicians. Julian Lloyd Webber explains how he was determined to do the same here. The result can be seen at the Proms on Sunday

The festival saw a performance from The Ghetto Youths International Crew, a band formed by the sons of reggae legend Bob Marley

The new Mersey Beat: Thousand flock to Liverpool's Sefton Park for four-day music festival

With tower blocks peeping above the tree line, Liverpool's Sefton Park is just a stroll from Penny Lane and a city steeped in a history of poverty and division.

Clerk ‘helped drivers avoid court bans’

A court clerk helped more than 70 motorists falsify their driving records and escape bans, a court heard today.

Sam Evans wins this years Big Brother at Elstree Studios, Borehamwood.

Big Brother 2013: Favourite Sam Evans crowned the winner ahead of Dexter Koh

Big Brother favourite Sam Evans has been crowned the winner of the reality TV show.

Nick Clegg is being told he would struggle to win support within his party for a new coalition with the Conservatives amid growing hostility to David Cameron

Lib Dem supporters spell it out: We won't be fooled by Nick Clegg again over support for a coalition

Warning comes amid signs the Prime Minister is laying ground for second spell of shared power in 2015

Stark regional differences of cancer mortality and incidence rates are revealed for the first time today by Cancer Research UK, leading to calls for more to be done to address health inequality in Britain

Cancer survival rates show stark reality of north-south divide

Stark regional differences of cancer mortality and incidence rates are revealed for the first time today by a leading charity, resulting in calls for more to be done to address health inequality in Britain.

Women's Super League: Arsenal chase after Liverpool

Arsenal kept alive their Women's Super League title hopes with a comfortable 3-1 victory over Birmingham City.

Housing staff ‘may be target of bedroom tax protests’

Staff at a housing association have been warned against wearing their uniforms outside working hours for fear of being attacked by anti-bedroom tax protesters.

Katarina Johnson-Thompson

World Championships 2013: Katarina Johnson-Thompson misses out on medal in heptathlon

Youngster had chance of bronze medal going into final event

Mo Farah competes in the 5,000 metres heats

World Championships 2013: Mo Farah does just enough to reach 5,000 metres final

The Briton exerts as little energy as possible in heat

Dai Greene reflects on another disappointing display

World Championships 2013: Injury curse leaves Dai Greene feeling blue but Perri Shakes-Drayton is ready to provide the fizz

Defending 400 metres world champion has every reason to feel glum

Shift that will keep Tories out of northern cities for years

Benefit changes are likely to ensure no Tory is elected as an MP by a northern city for some time  to come

Football round-up: Luis Suarez must apologise to team, says Brendan Rodgers

Luis Suarez needs to apologise to his Liverpool team-mates and the Merseyside club before he can be reintegrated into the squad, Brendan Rodgers said last night.

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