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Toby Flood considering switch abroad in move that would end England career

The Leicester fly-half has already spoken to England coach Stuart Lancaster about the possibility

Gary Lineker, the former England striker and Match of the Day presenter, has offered a financial reward on twitter to anyone who can track down his mother's stolen Vauxhall Corsa

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Match of the Day presenter says his ill mother is "heartbroken"

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England and London Irish winger Marland Yarde has been ruled out for up to 14 weeks with a torn hip tendon

London Irish and England wing Marland Yarde ruled out for up to 14 weeks and could miss entire Six Nations campaign

The wing starred in England's summer tour of Argentina but has suffered a torn hip tendon after missing the bulk of the autumn internationals through injury

The first cases of norovirus this winter have been reported in Leicester and Southampton hospitals

Norovirus returns: As winter bites, first hospital wards are closed by the vomiting bug

Hospitals in Southampton and Leicester have reported cases of norovirus, with some wards being closed to new patients

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A new student-led organisation is stepping into the breach in an attempt to teach schoolchildren about sex

Leicester 20 London Irish 11 match report: Tigers poor run comes to an end

Champions Leicester ended a dismal run in the Aviva Premiership with a 20-11 victory at home to London Irish thanks to two controversial penalty tries.

One jump ahead: Courtney Lawes gathers but England were patchy

The Twickenham File: Chris Robshaw's men lack killer bite when they are starved of scrums

Where do you consider England's traditional strengths lie? That's right, the set-piece, the less than glamorous areas on which success is founded. Where did it go wrong for England yesterday when the outcome hung in the balance, midway through the second half? That's right, the set-piece or, with regard to the scrum, the lack of it.

England have called-up Danny Care to the bench for their match against Argentina after Ben Youngs picked up a hip injury

England v Argentina: Danny Care added to the bench after Ben Youngs is ruled out with a hip injury

Care will provide cover for for starting scrum-half Lee Dickson after being called in as injury cover

The scene of the fatal house fire in Wood Hill, Leicester

Leicester house fire: Further arrest as police investigate blaze which killed family

Shehnila Taufiq, her teenage sons Jamal and Bilal and daughter Zainab, died in the fire in Wood Hill

Uncapped Northampton No 8, Sam Dickinson

Stuart Lancaster frustrated at block on Sam Dickinson

England coach stopped by RFU agreement from bringing in impressive No 8 for autumn Tests

Toby Flood revived Leicester’s fortunes in the last quarter

Premiership: Tigers and Saints equally matched in slips and sins

The good and bad was served up in 19-19 draw at Welford Road

Ed Slater celebrates after pulling Leicester Tigers level against Northampton Saints

Leicester Tigers 19 Northampton Saints 19 match report: Saints poised to start party until Ed Slater crashes over

Flanker’s converted try salvages draw as Tigers  survive the absence of nine first-team players

Northampton have Lions star George North available

Second man charged with murder of Leicester football coach Antoin Akpom

Victim died of single stab wound after being found injured in the street

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