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Eddie Howe knows he needs more firepower in his side if they are to avoid relegation straight back to the Championship

Joan McVittie: Plan might work for his pupils – but not for mine

I have heard these arguments many times before. Young people are examined too much; let their teachers assess them at 16 instead of them sitting public exams; assess them with our gold-standard A levels. This, they say, will show that we trust teachers to assess effectively; it will save money as we won't be paying fees to exam boards; and we teachers will spend less time teaching to the test, freeing up time for wider study and other pursuits. Who could argue with such reasonable suggestions?

Simon Usborne cycles the 'Tour de Chance'

Cycling safety: Riding the 'Tour de Chance' – and living to tell the tale

All cyclists have them – those junctions that even confident riders approach with racing hearts. There are hundreds in London and yesterday the Mayor's transport office named the first 14 intersections it plans to make safer.

Harry Redknapp leaves Southwark Crown Court yesterday

Redknapp at boiling point in court over 'staring' Detective Inspector

Harry Redknapp yesterday turned angrily on a detective whom he accused of "staring" him down in court after describing his wife Sandra's terror at a police raid on their home, on the eighth day of his trial for tax evasion.

Are we in this together? London and North worst hit by spending cuts

Poorest areas feel the pain with cuts of up to £221 per person – but for the wealthy it's just £47

Teenager first to face rioting charge

A teenager has become the first person charged by Scotland Yard with the offence of rioting over last summer's disorder.

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Liverpool announced in March that they were exploring the possibility of naming rights should they move to a new stadium. Meanwhile, when Tottenham unveiled plans for a new stadium they were keen to point out the opportunity of sponsorship naming rights.

Tottenham reach funding agreement over new stadium

Tottenham have moved one step closer to achieving their aim of building a new stadium next to White Hart Lane after revealing they have reached a new funding agreement with London Mayor Boris Johnson and Haringey Council.

Harry Redknapp: 'I write like a two-year-old'

Redknapp: I can barely write, let alone fiddle my tax bill

The Tottenham Hotspur manager, Harry Redknapp, admitted that he had such a "problem" with handwriting that he could not even "fill in a team sheet" and required an accountant to "run his life", a court heard yesterday in a dramatic fourth day of his trial for tax evasion.

Harry Redknapp: 'I write like a two-year-old'

Harry: I can't write... but I don't fiddle tax

Redknapp claims in court that he has a chaotic grasp of his own finances

David Cameron with the Italian premier Mario Monti yesterday

Cameron to champion vision of 'moral markets'

David Cameron will spell out his vision of "moral markets" today, as he enters the intense political debate over how to create a more "responsible capitalism".

David Cameron and Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti discussed the eurozone crisis at Downing Street yesterday

Cameron reveals his vision for 'moral markets'

PM accused of not matching his rhetoric with action after blocking Lib Dem pay plans

Points of view: a Q&A following a performance of The Riots

A riots drama that goes back to the scene of the crime

Tottenham is staging a play about last year's disturbances. John Nathan attended

British artist David Hockney

Hockney attacks Hirst for 'insulting' use of assistants

A row is threatening to break out between two of Britain's most celebrated artists after David Hockney criticised Damien Hirst for the "insulting" use of assistants to create his works.

David Hockney

David Hockney vs Damien Hirst: the Queen's chosen one puts king of the YBAs on the spot

A day after his New Year honour, Yorkshire's finest attacks artist for failing to make his own work

Boris Berezovsky arrives at the High Court yesterday

'Angry, embittered and a liar': Abramovich's stinging rebuke for rival

The Chelsea Football Club owner, Roman Abramovich, has unleashed his most withering personal attack yet on his former business associate Boris Berezovsky, almost three months into the £3.5bn trial between the two men.

IPCC: We were wrong about shooting that led to riots

None of Mark Duggan's DNA, fingerprints or blood found on gun recovered in Tottenham
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