News Former correspondent of the News of the World and Sunday Mirror Dan Evans arrives at the Old Bailey

“Shock” and “anxiety” ran through the editorial floor of the News of the World the day two people were arrested in 2006 in connection with phone hacking. The description, from the former News International staff journalist Dan Evans, was told to the jury at the phone hacking trial.

Caroline Lucas: We can't ignore green issues just because we're in a recession

There are people who peddle the line that during a recession, green issues must take second place. As if caring about whether the clothes we wear are produced by child labour is just another fashion, in this week and out the next. As if the environment, or social justice, were a luxury. We know how bogus this line is. We know that in hard times, we are needed all the more.

Alex James: In awe of the eternal music of spring

Rural Notebook

Brown's initiatives: The promise and the reality

Car industry

Initiative: In January, Lord Mandelson, the Business Secretary, announced a £2.3bn scheme of loans and guarantees for car makers to invest in green technology.

Plague Over England, Duchess Theatre, London<br/>On the Waterfront, Theatre Royal, London

Nicholas de Jongh all but silences critics as he turns a sharp, funny, playwright's pen on bigotry

Christina Patterson: Madness: a great metaphor, not such a great life

You can go bananas and be sidekick to one of the leaders of the Western world

Shannon accused denies pushing her into car

The man accused of kidnapping Shannon Matthews today denied pushing the young girl into his car.

Use it, or lose it: Nothing angers Joe Swift more than 'wasted' garden space

The Gardeners' World presenter sets out his strict ground rules to Emma Townshend

Darling, let's get away without the children

Need to grab a little adult time? Simone Kane suggests a night at Tuddenham Mill in Suffolk

'Free' insulation plan for all pensioners is only for over-70s

Gordon Brown's pledge to provide free insulation to all pensioners was unravelling after it emerged the offer was limited to the over-70s and those on benefits.

How much energy-saving help can you expect to get?

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Energy giants clash with Brown over costs of saving fuel

Gordon Brown's £1bn package to help people cut soaring fuel bills ran into immediate controversy yesterday after electricity companies refused to rule out passing on the cost of the scheme to customers.

Brown promises energy help for 10m homes

Gordon Brown today unveiled a £1bn package to help struggling households cope with soaring energy prices, promising it would be funded by suppliers and producers.

Energy efficient households 'can save &pound;270 a year'

The average home can save £270 a year by being energy efficient, according to the Energy Saving Trust.

Fuel poverty package to be unveiled

The Government is finally expected to unveil a fuel poverty package tomorrow but without a windfall tax on energy companies' profits.

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Edo Bertoglio was a photographer and New York loft-dweller involved in the court of Andy Warhol during the late Seventies and early Eighties.

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