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James Horwill’s foot was said only to have glanced Alun Wyn Jones

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British No 1 Laura Robson on her way to a 6-3, 6-2 win over Yuliya Beygelzimer

Elena Baltacha powers on while Laura Robson earns test with Caroline Wozniacki

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Stephen Hester was called in by politicians to run a reeling RBS. Today they and his fellow directors threw him under a bus.

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Injury rules the Ireland prop out of the rest of the tour, with Scotland's Ryan Grant called up as his replacement

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Lawyer who took Rupert Murdoch's News International to court over hacking complains of 'bully boy tactics' over possible counter-claim

Mark Lewis talks of 'pay back' exercise after learning that UK division of Murdoch empire is considering seeking 'wasted costs'

RBS chief admits: I don't know if scandals are over

Bank's chairman is given a rough ride by investors over Libor rate-fixing, mis-selling, an IT fiasco and executive pay

Bryan Cooper is an eye-catching booking

Aintree: Time D'Albain chases Topham Chase glory

Peter Bowen could yet retain the John Smith’s Topham Chase today. He saddles two fresh horses, ready to contribute to their stable’s return to form.

RBS is 80 per cent taxpayer-owned

Libor-rigging scandal: RBS to pay nearly £400m to regulators

Royal Bank of Scotland was today hit with fines totalling £391 million by regulators in the UK and US for its role in rigging the key Libor interest rate market over five years.

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Serena Williams allays ankle fears with straight forward victory

American advances at the Australian Open

Bad newts for some as shopping centre is delayed

Construction on a major new £90m shopping centre in York has been delayed due to a rapidly increasing population of breeding newts.

'Sore' Bradley Wiggins thanks well-wishers

Tour de France winner and four-time Olympic champion Bradley Wiggins was “looking forward to getting back on the bike” as he continued to recover from injuries sustained in a road accident.

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Differing fortunes for Laura Robson and Heather Watson in Osaka

There were mixed fortunes for Britain's two quarter-finalists as Heather Watson was left to fly the flag in the HP Open in Osaka.

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