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The Football Association have confirmed their entire 23-man squad, including John Terry, will be on the plane that leaves Luton Airport for their Euro 2012 mission this afternoon.
As England fly to Euro 2012 today, FA technical director says being hard to beat is the best the team can hope for
As England fly to Euros today, FA director says being hard to beat is best they can hope for
Nike event is kicked into touch but Ferdinand row continues to hang over England manager
England have criticised as a "scare story" reports that the team's training base in Poland for Euro 2012 is dilapidated and not fit for purpose.
A new book has outraged hardline Polish nationalists by exposing the widespread plundering of Jewish graves by their countrymen
A vial containing blood drawn from Pope John Paul II shortly before he died will be installed as a relic in a Polish church after his beatification later this year. The vial will be encased in crystal and built into the altar of a church in the southern city of Krakow that is opening in May, said Piotr Sionko, the spokesman for the John Paul II Centre.
60,000 gather on streets of Krakow as President and his wife are laid to rest
Disbelief after director held on warrant issued by American court 31 years ago
Now there’s a combination! Even better, it’s a combination that will be featuring right here, when the winner of a travel-writing competition organised by brewers SABMiller, in association with The Independent, begins posting in early March.
Ross Young catches a horse-drawn sleigh to Zakopane, home to Poland's top ski resort
Wisla Krakow 1 Tottenham Hotspur 1 (Tottenham win 3-2 on aggregate)
As the possessor of one of Europe's most admired medieval centres and a list of inhabitants that stretches from Copernicus to Roman Polanski, Krakow has long prided itself as a bastion of high culture. Now the Polish city, once ravaged by Mongol hordes, is seeking to reassert its status by banning modern barbarians: scantily-clad Britons.