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Lancaster believes that stability will provide success with his current contract set to run out after the 2015 Rugby World Cup on home soil

Eyes on the prize: the Dresden Dolls' Amanda Palmer

Amanda Palmer: Naked, but far from vulnerable

The performance artist has taken on the Daily Mail and music industry of late

Joe Root has been a star for England’s cricket team

Channel 5 makes TV history – by beating C4 in the ratings

Highlights of the Ashes Tests and ‘Big Brother’ have helped the broadcaster overtake C4

A mobile phone displays a Tweet from Clarence House outside St Mary's Hospital

Royal baby watch: How the media coverage stacks up so far

The Duchess of Cambridge has gone into labour and already the media feeding frenzy has begun, with a clamour of royal ‘experts’, baby speculation and an army of information about the illustrious infant sprayed across the world’s news outlets.

David Cameron with a UK Border Agency official at Heathrow

In! Out! OBR shakes it all about on immigration

Does Britain need more immigrants? After months of political grandstanding on the need to let fewer people into the country, The Office for Budget Responsibility has marched debate in the opposite direction - saying Britain needs 6 million more to avoid falling into even greater debt.

Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt

Health tourism: Do we need a crackdown?

Non-EU migrants entering the UK will have £200 added to the cost of their visas as a payment for any healthcare they may receive while in the country, under a bill proposed by Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt.

Culture secretary Maria Miller is calling for the support of arts organisations to make the 'economic case' against further cuts

Andy McSmith's Diary: Give war a chance, says Maria Miller, how else would we have created a strong Europe?

Maria Miller, the Culture Secretary is going through a bad patch. She appeared on Today on Monday to talk about the Government’s plans to commemorate the centenary of the outbreak of the 1914-18 war.

Postcard from... Milan

One of the alleged attackers speaks to a camera while the other talks to Cub Scout leader Ingrid Loyau-Kennett

Woolwich attack: We have a duty to report these images, but editors face difficult ethical questions

Reporting on this sadistic murder allows us to see - and see through - its perpetrators

Newspaper groups unified behind ‘softer’ Royal Charter

Newspaper groups have unified behind a softened version of a Royal Charter on future press regulation by agreeing to drop a proposal which would have given them a veto over appointments to a new watchdog body.

The new proposals will prompt adults to tailor the settings on new computers to choose what youngsters can access online

Suspected paedophiles arrested after vigilante parents pose as underage girls online

Six concerned parents, members of a group calling themselves 'Letzgo Hunting', posed online as underage girls

Baroness Thatcher with her mother in 1945. Their relationship has been the subject of much speculation

The woman who brought up Margaret Thatcher

Thatcher’s mother is conspicuously absent from the Baroness’s memoirs

Frankie Boyle's jokes were cut from a Comic Relief broadcast

If you don't like offensive comedians like Frankie Boyle, why are you repeating their jokes?

Some comedians make a living being offensive. If people really found their jokes so awful, surely they wouldn't want them shared any further?

Editorial: The least worst option for the British press

A Royal Charter is a middle way between statutory regulation and nothing

Richard Desmond launching the Health Lottery with TV presenter Eamonn Holmes

Law on lotteries under review that could make Richard Desmond’s Health Lottery give more to charity

Ministers order consultation amid questions over amount given to good causes

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