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Win or lose, my Blackpool will put on a show says Ian Holloway

They are surely the romantics' favourites to go up via the Championship play-offs, and Blackpool manager Ian Holloway has vowed that if the Tangerines earn promotion this season, it will be as the great entertainers.

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Red Holloway: Jazz saxophonist who also played with John Mayall

Red Holloway, a tenor saxophone player who had a tone as big as the side of a house, made his name in jazz, but more quietly – or musically, more loudly – worked for John Mayall and a variety of rhythm'n'blues stars. "I enjoyed playing with Mayall," Holloway said. "He's a very good self-taught entertainer and I admire that. It takes an awful lot of nerve and perseverance to become successful like he did... We had a good working relationship."

'Romance of the given-away life': Rev Richard Holloway, former Bishop of Edinburgh

Leaving Alexandria: A Memoir of Faith and Doubt, By Richard Holloway

There's one question about Leaving Alexandria - otherwise a quiet epic of a biography about faith, doubt, class, philosophy and social action - that won't go away. How did such an innate dissimulator and self-dramatist as Richard Holloway, wracked with crippling, carnal doubts about the authority and certainties of organised religion, actually get to become the Episcopalian Primus and Bishop of Edinburgh?

Negotiations with Robbie Fowler have stalled, says Blackpool boss Ian Holloway

Blackpool boss Ian Holloway admits talks to bring former England striker Robbie Fowler to Bloomfield Road have hit a stumbling block.

Matt Phillips is in the Scotland squad to face Slovenia next week

Scots' move for Phillips 'bad news' for England, says Holloway

The Blackpool manager, Ian Holloway, has criticised the Football Association for letting his club's winger Matt Phillips choose to represent Scotland over England.

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The man who, 30 years ago, climbed a drainpipe and broke into Buckingham Palace, not once but twice, recalls the moment he came face to face with the Queen in her bedroom. Emily Dugan meets Michael Fagan

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Ian Holloway says Blackpool’s progress is shown by the presence at Bloomfield Road of players like Kevin Phillips and Roman Bednar

Holloway's current crop are 'legends of tomorrow'

Ian Holloway says his class of 2012 can stand shoulder to shoulder with any of the club's big names from the past as he prepares Blackpool for their FA Cup replay at Sheffield Wednesday tonight.

Blackpool can match FA Cup glory days, says Holloway

Ian Holloway says his class of 2012 can stand shoulder to shoulder with any of the club's famous names from the past as he prepares Blackpool for their FA Cup replay at Sheffield Wednesday tomorrow.

UK scientists find 'lost' Charles Darwin fossils

British scientists have found scores of fossils the great evolutionary theorist Charles Darwin and his peers collected but that had been lost for more than 150 years.

Members of the Cod Army are silenced as Lomana Lua Lua celebrates with his trademark somersault after scoring Blackpool's opener

Phillips nets three as Cods are battered

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Professor Ian Spink: Scholar and musicologist

Throughout a long and varied professional career, Ian Spink enriched the world of music in a wide variety of ways.

Cameron wins Europe vote but loses support of backbenchers

David Cameron was warned last night he faces years of backbench rebellion over Europe as dozens of Conservative MPs voted against the Coalition Government over its refusal to allow a referendum on withdrawal from the European Union.

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