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Among the myriad topics for debate before next summer is the wicketkeeping question. It is like welcoming back an old friend. Jos Buttler, potential batting genius and athletic wicketkeeper with the sharpest reflexes, has staked an early claim to a berth in the Test team which may prove irresistible.
Ahead of England’s crucial first game against France, their feisty hooker admits that front-row tactics have had to change
You may never want to leave this rural hideaway set amid the vineyards of Valpolicella
Tombs: this weird restaurant in Ahmedabad, India is famous for its milk tea and the tombs between the tables. The owner, who claims to have opened the restaurant 40 years ago, says he does not know who is buried there.
Is he doomed to play the role of Mikhail Gorbachev to an organisation long as secretive as the Kremlin?
When was the last time you had a first time.....?
Hampstead Theatre, London
In the spirit of educational shaming, here are the year's most popular — and therefore least effective — passwords
French press reports President likely to choose actress Julie Gayet and ask First Lady to leave Elysee Palace
Another game, another fiasco. New head Paul Downton must ensure the right calls are made to rebuild squad
Scrum-half claims all Ulster’s points as Leicester are left facing tough trip
The England international is being backed to make a full recovery
World Health Organisation to make landmark declaration next month
The British number one gets underway in Melbourne on Tuesday
The bottom line is that this wizard is curing my back
I have been courting osteopaths on and off