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Rodgers admits he has seen an improvement in his training of late but ultimately it is the Blues' decision where his future lies

Uncle Vanya, Arcola Theatre, London

David Lan, the Young Vic's artistic director, said of Chekhov's Uncle Vanya that it is about people driving each other mad. In Helena Kaut-Howson's brittle, brutal production, Jon Strickland's Vanya threatens to kill himself in the first act.

St Helens suspend Kyle Eastmond for 'serious misconduct'

St Helens have suspended Bath-bound half-back Kyle Eastmond pending an investigation into alleged serious misconduct.

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Brian Cox: Stars in his eyes

The one-time member of D:Ream has proved a dream signing for the BBC – a presenter with the looks, charm and expertise to turn millions of viewers on to the joys of science

Album: Various Artists: Sweet Inspiration: the Songs of Dan Penn & Spooner Oldham (Ace)

Dan Penn and Spooner Oldham were integral to the development of Southern soul, members of the cadre of young white kids who played on such quintessentially "black" recordings as "When a Man Loves a Woman" and "Mustang Sally" and wrote countless soul hits.

Paul Vallely: How monocultural does the Prime Minister want us to be?

The idea that the culture of different ethnic groups should be nurtured and celebrated, as the basis for social harmony, has been the cornerstone of Britain's attitude to its minority communities for more than three decades. Multiculturalism was never popular with the Little Englanders of the right. But in recent years it has increasingly been attacked by the liberal left.

Council ponders fast food levy

A council is considering imposing a £1,000 levy on new hot food takeaway shops.

Tory ministers considering a tactical vote deal to stop Labour

A plan for the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats to encourage anti-Labour tactical voting at the next general election is being discussed privately by Tory Cabinet ministers.

John Rentoul: Ed needs business more than big wins

The Lib Dems lost the by-election but claimed success. Labour won it but it's a terrible result for them

Miliband keeps the champagne on ice as PM faces wrath of Tory right

Conservative leadership accused of pulling punches to protect Clegg as Labour claims result is first step towards rebuilding

Leading article: Everyone lives to fight another day, but the real test is still to come

The result of the Oldham East and Saddleworth by-election offers varying degrees of comfort for each of the main parties.

Andrew Grice: Breathing space for Miliband - a bloody nose for Clegg

First, the good news for Labour. Victory in the Oldham East and Saddleworth by-election will help silence the mutterings about its leader, Ed Miliband, from critics in his own party.

Labour win in Oldham deals blow to Coalition

Labour secured an emphatic victory in a crucial first test of its popularity under the leadership of Ed Miliband last night by winning the Oldham East and Saddleworth by-election.

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