News Lucky to survive: Constant updates on Michael Schumacher’s condition over-rode most other news

The seven-time Formula one world champion is fighting for his life after suffering serious head injuries, with a helmet camera he was wearing hoping to reveal more information about the accident

Herbert signs for Sauber

Motor racing

Des takes charge of great leap backwards

Sport on TV

The eyes have it

"Warning: this magazine contains no words," runs the statement on the cover of the latest edition of Colors. You, the curious reader, hesitate for a moment, wondering in what way you are expected to be shocked. Does this herald the end of the word as we know it? Or is this some bizarre, misguided plea on behalf of that poor endangered species, the image?

BENETTON TO RACE UNDER ITALIAN COLOURS

Motor racing

WHAT IT COSTS IN . . . bologna

(2,500 lire to pounds 1)

Combat chic fails to attract united shoppers of Sarajevo

WAR IN BOSNIA

Ads go back to shock tactics

BENETTON, the Italian clothing and sportswear manufacturer, is unrepentant about its latest advertising campaign's use of contentious images to market sports goods.

Prancing Horse takes great leap

David Tremayne expects higher things from Ferrari after Jean Alesi's victory

Try this for size

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Prime time for the nines

Rugby Union: World Cup; Owen Slot looks at the contrasting styles of the scrum-halves in opposition today

Scotland prepare for greatest hour

France 22

Haunt of freeloaders, worshippers and the ordinary

I WONDER if Desmond Morris was at the British Gas AGM on Wednesday. There can have been few better opportunities to research a new work called Shareholderwatching. But he would have to point out that the gas bust- up was very much the exception. Most AGMs are love-ins, peopled by a number of well-known types.

Scots' hearts are broken

Rugby World Cup: Injury-time try gives France momentous win and leaves black cloud over Scotland

Tonga rattle French until sending-off

RUGBY UNION WORLD CUP

FASHION : Sweaters with sex appeal

This season knitwear is glam. We're not talking woolly pullies, of course, but divine little numbers in silk, merino or cashmere. Report by Tamsin Blanchard
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New exhibition at Tate Britain invites art lovers to taste, smell and hear art
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