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Lewsey: ‘We are happy for Wasps to fly nest’

Fullback insists club will be fine without Channel hoppers while England complaints smack of double standards

Pandora: Prescott Jnr becomes a freelance PR hound

John Prescott appears to be enjoying a new lease of life on the Labour backbenches, where he has been leading a fearless charge against bankers' bonuses. Also embarking on a career change is the former deputy prime minister's son, David, who recently left his position as head of media at Geronimo Communications, the public relations company which, over the years, has enjoyed a particularly close relationship with New Labour.

Haskell seeks some southern spirit

James Haskell is determined to take a leaf out of New Zealand's book and refuse to be intimidated when struggling England face defending RBS 6 Nations champions Wales next weekend

Dallaglio issues Stevens warning

Former England captain Lawrence Dallaglio has praised Matt Stevens for confessing to his drug problems - and warned the disgraced prop he will now find out "who his friends really are".

Marchioness campaigner Dallaglio dies

Eileen Dallaglio, the campaigning mother of the former England rugby union captain, Lawrence Dallaglio, has died of cancer, aged 70. In rugby circles she was famous for turning up to every England match in her bright red St George’s outfits, while politicians came to know and fear her as a campaigner for families bereaved by major disasters.

New Wasps owner appoints Dallaglio to board

Wasps have unveiled Steve Hayes as their new owner after the Wycombe Wanderers managing director bought up the shares belonging to board members Chris Wright and John O'Connell.

Carter tour de forces England to their knees

The clever clogs who got rid of old-style touring played into the All Blacks' hands; when those hands are like Dan Carter's, the error is magnified. It has been punished now by two Grand Slams against England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales in four years. To paraphrase the beaten England manager here, Martin Johnson, give them a chance and they take it.

Phil Vickery: "I'm Queen and country - I don't give a s**t what anyone else thinks"

If rugby matches were decided by pride in the jersey, any team including Phil Vickery would win by a street. The Raging Bull tells us why, when it comes to England, there is plenty more left in the tank

Margareta Pagano: We could come out of this crisis in much better shape

Is all this gloomy talk making things much worse? This may seem a little odd to ask after a week in which more than 20,000 people lost their jobs. On Friday another 3,000 jobs went at Royal Bank of Scotland while Citibank said it was slashing 10,000 jobs , many of them at Canary Wharf. Two more banks, Clydesdale and Yorkshire, are planning to cut 350 jobs and many more thousands will go from financial services.

Closing time but glass is still half full: Lawrence Dallaglio

Dallaglio will watch with interest as his old mucker Johnson takes England forwards – but he is happy in his roles as pundit, businessman and genial host

The Woodward blueprint for international success

As Martin Johnson prepares for the toughest possible introduction to the international coaching arena with matches against the Pacific Islands, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa this autumn, it mirrors the beginning of what turned out to be the most successful period in English rugby history 11 years ago.

Wasps hoping Cipriani will be big draw for date at HQ

If everything goes to plan over the next three months, then Danny Cipriani will spend most of November playing for England at Twickenham after which he should be returning there in mid-January for Wasps.

Club-by-club guide: London Wasps

Scandals that rocked rugby

England’s players hit the front pages for all the wrong reasons during their tour of New Zealand. But it’s not the first time rugby has seen its good standing marred, as our list of unfortunate incidents shows

London Wasps 26 Leicester 16: Dallaglio departs on a high as Wasps produce perfect finale

Leicester's survival instincts desert them to cast shadow over Loffreda's future. By Tim Glover at Twickenham
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