Sport Mark Robins says he realised he really wanted to be a manager after overseeing a 5-1 home defeat

Mark Robins says he realised he really wanted to be a manager after overseeing a 5-1 home defeat

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Ukip captures Labour fortress in South Yorkshire by-election

Ukip surged on in the latest council by-elections, storming a previously rock-solid Labour stronghold at Rawmarsh in Rotherham, South Yorkshire.

Actor Paul Shane

Bye-de-Bye! to Hi-de-Hi! sitcom actor Paul Shane who has died aged 72

The Hi-de-Hi! actor Paul Shane died today at the age of 72 following a short illness, his agent said.

Schoolchildren need to eat a proper breakfast, but should Kellogg's really be paying for it?

Tens of thousands of children are now arriving at school without a proper breakfast. So let's tackle the cause of this problem, not just the symptom

In 2006, the Anglo-Dutch steel firm Corus accepted a £4.3bn takeover offer from Indian rival Tata Steel, including the Port Talbot site pictured here

Fears for UK jobs as Tata Steel wipes £1bn from value of Europe operations

Unions said writedown will worry 18,500 staff still reeling from last year's cuts

How things were – Wicken Fen

How our fens were sacrificed for more farms

Loss of wetlands and wildlife is 'a catastrophe beyond comprehension', claims a new book

Labour candidate Emma Lewell-Buck beat UKIP candidate Richard Evlin

Misery for Lib Dems as they trail in seventh while Labour enjoys Westminster victory in South Shields

Nick Clegg's party trail in seventh behind two independent candidates and BNP

Edgar Davids leads off relegated Barnet

AFC Wimbledon 2 Fleetwood Town 1 match report: Jack Midson keeps his cool to save Dons

Penalty proves crucial in lifting reborn club to safety but Davids is down as Barnet's luck runs out

Adam Lallana celebrates his goal for Southampton

Reading 0 Southampton 2 match report: Nigel Adkins new boys left on brink by the team he built

Reading 0 Southampton 2: Southampton cruise to safety as Reading are left without a point from their last seven games

Jobi McAnuff

Reading captain Jobi McAnuff keen to keep Premier League dream alive

The Royals are among the favourites to be relegated

650 jobs may go as Daw Mill Colliery coal mine closes

One of the UK's last remaining coal mines is to shut with the loss of up to 650 jobs.

David Cameron needs to stand up for what he really believes in after Eastleigh humiliation

Eastleigh was a humiliation for the Tories. It was so disastrous that party spokespeople were not even pretending there were silver linings in their dark clouds of despair.

John Curtice: Ukip are the moral victors of Eastleigh

The party has once again scaled heights that only a little while ago seemed unimaginable

Rotherham, Preston and Doncaster were named as the towns and cities with the highest proportion of price-reduced properties

An improving market? More house-sellers stick to the asking price

Revealed: the top and bottom areas for reductions across the country

Scotland’s Andy Robinson resigned after losing to Tonga

Andy Robinson appointed director of rugby at Bristol

Former England and Scotland coach returns to rugby

Blackburn manager Michael Appleton

FA Cup tie against Arsenal is a welcome distraction for Blackburn, says manager Michael Appleton

The Championship side travel to the Emirates this weekend

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'Iron Man' augmented reality technology could become reality

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Historians map out untold LGBT histories

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