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I made very clear what my views were on the UK leadership contest when it was happening. But now he has a large mandate to lead the UK Labour Party and I support his efforts to do that. After this week's by-elections in England, Labour faced big tests north of the border.
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It is now two days until opening night and everyone is heading through to the stage for technical rehearsals. It is the last chance for everyone in the team to practice the trickiest bits of the play until they are perfect. As the lead actor Mark Addy is in most of the three hours of the show, rehearsals have been gruelling.
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For people who don't know, it is about the beginning of the Civil War which happened in Hull. Beverley Gate is the centre point of that moment. The play is frantic, funny and there's a lot of us in it. For those of us who come from a time when it was too expensive to have a lot of people on stage, it's really exciting to be on stage with that many folk. The play is by Hull born writer Richard Bean who spent more than two years researching the real life of his lead character.
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3 hours
After a week off, the Six Nations returns today. With England not in action until tomorrow, Ireland can go top of the table, with victory against France. Before that, Scotland face Wales at Murrayfield. And South Africa have taken a 2-1 lead in their five-match ODI series against New Zealand.
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3 hours
It's live on the BBC Sport website and red button. Britain's Mark Cavendish has retained the overall lead after the second stage of the Tour of Abu Dhabi. Australian Caleb Ewan thought he'd won the stage and raised his arms a little early in celebration, before realising he'd been pipped at the line by Germany's Marcel Kittel. Cavendish came in third to keep hold of the overall leader's red jersey.
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3 hours
Warrington were hoping for another win, after their victory over the Brisbane Broncos in the World Club Series, but they were left red-faced by Castleford whose man of the match, Zak Hardaker, gave them the lead, and they never looked back. 30-22 the score.
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3 hours
Greg Tansey gave Inverness the lead just before, half time. Rangers then levelled from the penalty spot, before Caley Thistle missed their own penalty with five minutes remaining. But they weren't to be denied. Billy McKay with an overhead kick to snatch all three points.
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3 hours
There were wins for Wigan, Huddersfield and Leigh. To cricket and India are facing an uphill battle to save their 19 match unbeaten run. They've been set 441 to win by Australia in the opening Test in Pune. Virat Kohli is one of four batsmen already out. It is live now on Sky Sports 2. And South Africa have taken a 2-1 lead in their five match ODI series against New Zealand.
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3 hours
As the lead actor Mark Addy is in the most of the three hours of the show, so rehearsals have been gruelling. Withhold being the City of Culture, to be involved in one of the big opening shows of that year is terrific. I do sometimes think I too for this? But we are getting there and it is one of those gifts of a show.
BBC News 24
4 hours
Warrington were hoping for another win after their victory over the Brisbane Broncos in the World Club Series, but they were left red faced by Castleford, whose man of the match, Zak Hardaker, gave them the lead.
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4 hours
Very compact defensively. Very dangerous in an offensive situation, in set pieces. We must pay great attention. Inverness Caley Thistle are off the bottom of the Scottish Premiership, after a late win over Rangers last night. Greg Tansey gave Inverness the lead just before half time. Rangers then levelled from the penalty spot before Caley Thistle missed their own penalty with five minutes remaining. But they weren't to be denied. Billy McKay with an overhead kick, to snatch all three points. The Six Nations returns today after the two week recovery break and it really is crunch time for Scotland and Wales, because lose today and their title hopes could be over.
Sky News
4 hours
But how does it measure up to musicals of the past? And just how much of a challenge was it for its lead actors? Sky's Entertainment correspondent Katie Spencer has been finding out - and has been tinklling the ivories. It is pretty strange that we keep running into each other. Attempting to recreate the magic of the Hollywood musical was pretty brave but did it ever live up to the golden age? Its staff certainly put the legwork in.
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5 hours
But at least the Scottish Labour leader is backing him. I made very clear my views on the UK leadership contest. But it has concluded and Jeremy Corbyn has now twice returned with a large mandate rand to lead the UK Labour Party and I support him in his efforts.
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5 hours
Leeds also left it late to beat Salford, and there were also wins for Huddersfield and Leigh Centurions. That was their first win back Super League. Britain's Mark Cavendish has retained the overall lead, after the second stage of the Tour of Abu Dhabi. Australian Caleb Ewan thought he'd won the stage and raised his arms a little early in celebration, before realising he'd been pipped at the line by Germany's Marcel Kittel.
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5 hours
You can watch their first game on the BBC Sport website at 1pm. It was a busy night in super league last night, with five games. Warrington were hoping for another win after their victory over the Brisbane Broncos in the World Club Series, but they were left red faced by Castleford, whose man of the match, Zak Hardaker, gave them the lead.
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Leicester beat Harlequins 27-18 at The Stoop. After taking an early lead, it was Quins who led at half time, but Leicester came back. Freddie Burns scoring more than half their points, with their third and final try as well. Leicester are now level, with fourth placed Bath only behind on points difference.
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5 hours
The Foo Fighters have been confirmed as headliners at this year's Glastonbury Festival. The band were meant to play the festival in 2015, but pulled out when lead singer Dave Grohl broke his leg.
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5 hours
He is doing a great job with them and has had great impact with the team. They are very compact defensively. We must pay attention to the set pieces. Inverness are out over a late win over Rangers last night. Greg County gave them the lead. Rangers then levelled from the penalty spot for Caley Thistle lost their own penalty.
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5 hours
I still haven't seen it. But how does it measure up to musicals of the past? And just how much of a challenge was it for its lead actors? Sky's Arts Entertainment correspondent Katie Spencer has been finding out.
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6 hours
As it was all over, I was happy I could now retreat to the changing room and think about what I'd just attempted, but in a celebration of British-Sudanese relations, my opponent decided a parade around the arena would be more suitable. Oh, my God, I lead a strange life! Whilst in the arms of my new Sudanese comrade, I had time to reflect on what I was seeing.
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10 hours
The truth is, he isn't bothered. He wants power but maybe it might take longer. I think there is a genuine belief, which I don't want to discount. There are Labour Party activists grasping hold of the power of the Labour Party, in the long run will lead to the delivery of working people. The thing is, it feels delusional to me.
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10 hours
But Paul Nuttall had a tough campaign, forced to correct claims he had lost close personal friends at Hillsborough. Senior figures say that did play a part, but insist he's still the right man to lead Ukip. Was this a Ukip failure or a Paul Nuttall failure? This is a party failure.
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10 hours
For true believers, the win in Stoke offers some cover for results that would deliver Labour less than 200 seats in a general collection. You can see the dream results for Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn wounded by losing Copland to Theresa May, who increases her majority. Hanging on in Stoke, his supporters, continuing to give him chances to lead the opposition.
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11 hours
The truth is, he isn't bothered. He wants power but maybe it might take longer. I think there is a genuine belief, which I don't want to discount. There are Labour Party activists gasping hold of the power of the Labour Party, in the long run will lead to the delivery of working people.