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The 19-year-old was named for the first time by captain Leon Smith and could be handed the second doubles slot to play alongside the Wimbledon champion after impressing

Man jailed for 20 years for blaze murders

A violent thug who murdered a woman and her teenage daughter after starting a devastating fire at their seaside home was jailed for life today.

Second man held after knifepoint sex attack

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Life sentences for arson murders 'honour killing' gang

Four men who murdered a couple in a bungled honour killing attempt were jailed for life today.

Police rule out crimes at Tobin seaside home

Police today ruled out any crimes linked to serial killer Peter Tobin at a second seaside property where he used to live.

Boy stable after seaside town attack

A 15-year-old boy who suffered head injuries after being attacked in a seaside town is now in a stable condition, police said.

Search for serial killer's victims leads to Brighton

Police investigating suspected murders linked to the serial killer Peter Tobin began digging up two back gardens in Brighton yesterday.

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Police probe unsolved murders for Tobin link

Senior detectives are convinced serial killer Peter Tobin is responsible for some of the country's most notorious unsolved murders.

Britain complete rare clean sweep

Mission had been accomplished in the afternoon, when Colin Fleming and Ken Skupski secured a match-winning lead over Turkey with victory in the doubles, but there were no late-night celebrations for Britain's Davis Cup team in Eastbourne on Saturday.

Police to question beachgoers after deaths

Police will question beachgoers in an effort to shed light on the deaths of a four-year-old girl and her mother.

Sargent and the Sea, Royal Academy of Arts, London

Shore signs of a fish out of water

Turned Out Nice, By Marek Kohn

It is the year 2100 and England is four degrees hotter. Between the super-dense city tenements where most of us live, the parks are parched and dusty, or covered in porous artificial turf. What vegetation remains is mostly on the buildings as cladding to offset the burning heat. Children play on green rooftops. The roads are white for asphalt has been replaced with chalk to reflect solar radiation. Strictly rationed water is pumped out of deep aquifers and then recycled back. Londoners emerge in the "warmth-heavy night" to parade on the traffic-free streets like Spaniards.

Roddick through after serve and volley switch

Andy Roddick knew what to expect from Frenchman Michael Llodra, he just had to mimic him to keep his Wimbledon bid on track today.

Murray's fellow Britons let side down as they all crash out

Perhaps yesterday may turn out to be not just the nadir, but the turning point. Admittedly Anne Keothavong, in squandering a 4-0 lead in the deciding set against Anastasia Rodionova, seemed to reiterate a lack of fortitude and depth in British tennis.

Stosur ends Baltacha's brave run in Eastbourne quarters

Elena Baltacha's winning run came to an end at Eastbourne yesterday but the British No 1 will go to Wimbledon next week cheered by her preparations for her home Grand Slam tournament.

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