Tim Wigmore

Tim Wigmore is a freelance political journalist and blogs for The Spectator. He also writes regularly on cricket for ESPNcricinfo, and Ghana for the Economist Intelligent Unit.

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David Richardson has hinted there could be more help for associate countries in the T20 World Cup

Cricket World Cup: TV money the 'reason for smaller tournament,' says ICC chief executive

David Richardson claims there is little chance of reversing the decision to reduce the 2019 and 2023 events to 10 teams

Afghanistan’s Hamid Hassan raises his bat in celebration after their World Cup win over Scotland in Dunedin
Martin Johnson inspects the damage caused to the AMI Stadium pitch by the Christchurch earthquake

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England face Scotland on site of 2011 earthquake

John Mooney and Niall O'Brien celebrate the victory over West Indies
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Tomorrow's graduates will compete against an ever growing number of exceptionally qualified overseas students. Better policy can help prepare them for that

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