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A ban on the import of ash trees has been imposed in a bid to stop the spread of a “devastating disease”, the Government said today.

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Mario Balotelli will miss Italy's World Cup qualifier with Armenia tonight after failing to recover from the flu, the FIGC announced on their official website this morning.

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If, as seems likely, Chelsea have to do without John Terry for at least four domestic games in the near future, then Gary Cahill and David Luiz will need to form a far more solid partnership than was evident in the 4-0 Champions League victory away to Nordsjaelland in Copenhagen on Tuesday.

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Oscar scores a brilliant goal, his second of the night as Chelsea and Juventus draw 2-2 at Stamford Bridge.

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Naked photos of Prince William on the market

Another twist to the naked royals story; William Foxton, writing for The Telegraph, discusses how photos of Kate Middleton have boosted the fortunes of online porn sites - and reveals that pictures of Prince William naked are also apparently being offered to publishers.

Danish magazine prints more explicit photos of Kate Middleton

The Royal Family was considering legal action last night after new photographs of a partially naked Duchess of Cambridge were published in Denmark.

He lost this battle but he can claim the greater prize of court clearance

Cleared in a court of law, but found guilty by the Football Association. It is rather like choosing between winning the Champions League or the FA Cup, as Chelsea did last season. Whatever the repercussions of yesterday's judgment, John Terry will know that in terms of his reputation, the greater prize, the equivalent of the Champions League, was the not guilty verdict in Westminster magistrates' court.

John Terry applauds the fans at Stamford Bridge last night

John Terry denied a legal double but court's verdict will trump FA's

The fine is steep. The ban, however, could have been a lot worse

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Aled Davies has gone from reluctant convert to Paralympic inspiration after winning Great Britain's athletics first medal of the Games at a noisy Olympic Stadium this morning.

After Olympic failure, Mark Cavendish returned to winning ways in Denmark

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Mark Cavendish was grateful to receive the full backing of Team Sky as he claimed victory on the final stage of the Tour of Denmark yesterday.

Observations: The BBC transplants Scandi-crime

A bleak cityscape at night, set to a pulsating musical score. In the corner of the screen the words “Day 1” appear before we cut to a murder scene. It could be an archetypal out take from the hit Danish drama Forbrydelsen, or The Killing, except that the city is Nottingham and this is a BBC drama with a British cast.

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