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Former Leicester Tiger's fly-half George Ford kicked Bath to victory against the Premiership champions

Bath 27 Leicester Tigers 20 match report: George Ford returns to haunt injury-plagued champions

But Tigers depart the West Country with a crucial bonus point and will be happy with the afternoon's work

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Gavin Henson (l) is floored by Bath teammate Carl Fearns (r)

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But Wales rugby star has challenged his 24-year-old team-mate to a charity boxing match at the end of the season to regain his dignity

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Gavin Henson (l) is floored by Bath teammate Carl Fearns (r)

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Henson only signed last month – his fifth club in two years – and already the club are investigating an 'incident' on Wednesday night

Gavin Henson has been involved in a punch-up with a Bath teammate

Gavin Henson involved in alleged punch-up with a Bath team-mate

Wales international said to have been knocked to the ground according to witnesses

Iain Duncan Smith is facing criticism that Universal Credit leaves some families worse off

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Some working families will be worse off under Iain Duncan Smith's flagship Universal Credit - even though it was intended to encourage people back into work, according to research published today.

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