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The games involving Les Bleus will be classed as friendlies

James Moore: Take a look at tax havens closer to home

Outlook: And so Liechtenstein has surrendered. Following on from the tax information exchange deal with the US comes a similar one with the UK. There will be an amnesty for around 5,000 account holders who could have stashed up to £3bn in the tiny principality, together with a tacit assurance that they won't be prosecuted if they agree to assume the position and pay up. They'd be well advised to do so because it is more than people in other tax havens may be offered.

Hijacked ship in the English Channel

Missing Latvian-owned vessel with £1m cargo traced by British coastguards

'Incensed' Barclays workers in pensions strike ballot

Barclays workers are to vote on strike action over the bank's move to close its final salary pension scheme, it was announced today.

Queen sends message on first Armed Forces Day

A display of support will be given to Britain's dedicated servicemen and women today as they mark the first Armed Forces Day.

MP attacked after confronting youths

A 17-year-old has been arrested after an MP was punched in the head by a group of youths.

Esporta to get new chairman

Richard Segal, the former chief executive of the listed online gambling giant PartyGaming, is believed to have been appointed executive chairman of troubled fitness club chain Esporta.

Murtagh's pick hard to winkle out

Ballydoyle jockey holds strong hand but keeps Derby ace close to his chest

Travel challenge: A summer cruise in the Mediterranean

Every week we invite competing companies to give us their best deal for a particular holiday. Today: a Mediterranean cruise in late July/early August, based on two sharing, including meals, entertainment and port taxes.

The Five Minute Interview: Albert Hammond, singer and songwriter

"My all time dream is to take to the stage just father and son. Perhaps one day Albert might even like to write a song with me."

Intrepid treasure-hunters – or archaeological vandals?

A marine exploration company has found HMS <i>Victory</i>'s remains. But not everyone is pleased

Party Of The Week: Variety is the spice

On Sunday night, the Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane opened its doors to the 56th Variety Club Showbiz Awards. While guests tucked into the green tea, crème brulée and petits fours that ended the three-course dinner, an auction to raise funds for the children's charity hit the heights as James McAvoy won an Apollo 11 presentation signed by Buzz Aldrin, Michael Collins and Neil Armstrong, for £10,000. One raffle-winner, Sir Ben Kingsley, generously returned his year's membership to the 25 Club to be auctioned.

British territories demand right to lay Cenotaph wreaths

Gibraltar leads campaign to stop Foreign Secretary acting on its behalf at Remembrance ceremony

Volvo fleet split by differing tactics

The first split in tactics on leg one of the Volvo round the world race from Alicante to Cape Town and the first breakdown have seen an opening 48 hours that freed the eight 70-foot yachts from the Mediterranean, through the Straits of Gibraltar and out into the Atlantic.

Pandora: Tories' animal welfare man savaged by monkey

Andrew Rosindell made a suitable choice as the Tories' animal welfare spokesman; after all, he's the fellow who is prone to dressing up his pet bulldog in a Union Flag.

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