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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

Oldham date 'will deprive students of vote'

Labour leader Ed Miliband accused the Liberal Democrats today of depriving thousands of students of a vote in a key by-election by calling it during the Christmas holidays.

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The Liberal Democrats will today bring forward the date of their first big electoral test since joining the Coalition Government.

Phil Woolas 'crushed' after losing legal battle

Former Labour MP Phil Woolas's hopes of regaining his seat were dashed today after he failed in a High Court bid to overturn a decision stripping him of his Commons seat.

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Former minister Phil Woolas today launched his High Court bid to overturn a decision stripping him of his Commons seat, saying that freedom of speech at elections was at stake.

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Most politicians tell the truth, more so than most other human beings. I dislike the use of the words 'lie' and 'liar' in politics

John Rentoul: Here lies electoral reform. R.I.P.

The political veteran started life as a much-loved idealist but withered away, neglected and outmoded

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Former immigration minister in three-year ban from Commons

Former minister Phil Woolas loses his seat

Former immigration minister Phil Woolas lost his seat as an MP today after an election court ruled that he knowingly made false statements about an opponent in May's general election.

Oldham fail again as Thorman sees Knights home

Oldham 4 York 25

Featherstone get their fingers burnt by Black

Featherstone Rovers 22 Halifax 23

Wigan must stay cool to end seven-year itch

Wigan can today bring the curtain down on a seven-year exile from the Super League Grand Final which would have been unthinkable not long ago by booking their place at Old Trafford.

Football League round-up: Posh on top after mauling of Oldham

Peterborough moved top of League One after coming from 2-0 down to hammer Oldham at London Road on Saturday. Richie Jones and Chris Taylor appeared to have put the visitors in control, but James Wesolowski's goal in first-half stoppage time proved a dramatic turning point.

Youth Olypmics: Oldham strikes gold but Daley sinks to ninth

Sam Oldham won Team GB's third gold, and their eighth medal overall, at the Youth Olympic Games after a faultless routine saw the Nottingham gymnast triumph in the men's horizontal bar final.

Bonnie 'Prince' Billy and the Cairo Gang, Shepherd's Bush Empire, London

Ah, another guise for the enigmatic Will Oldham to confuse the public with. Having released material as Palace, Palace Music, Palace Songs and Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, Oldham is now officially including the Cairo Gang (Emmett Kelly and Shahzad Ismaily) as a collective, having put out The Wonder Show of the World together in March.

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Bolton have signed teenage striker Tom Eaves from Oldham for an undisclosed fee.

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