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Stand-off who helped Tigers win Premiership final kicks 17 points as his new Bath side hang on

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Leicester house fire: Five arrested over fatal blaze that killed mother and three children

Five people aged between 19 and 49 were arrested by Leicestershire Police today, in connection with a fatal house fire.

Former Leicester Tiger's fly-half George Ford kicked Bath to victory against the Premiership champions

Bath 27 Leicester Tigers 20 match report: George Ford returns to haunt injury-plagued champions

But Tigers depart the West Country with a crucial bonus point and will be happy with the afternoon's work

Leicester house fire: No evidence that fire that killed mother and three children was 'revenge' for murder on nearby street

A mother and her three teenage children killed in a house fire in Leicester were not involved in an earlier murder in the city, Police said today.

Matt Kvesic takes the blind side flank for Gloucester on Saturday

Weekend Preview: Ben Morgan out of the pack as Gloucester reshuffle cards for Saracens game

Statistically speaking, there is as much chance of Gloucester prevailing on their first visit to Saracens’ all-weather Allianz Park tomorrow as there is of Private Eye being nice to Michael Gove, throwing its  unqualified support behind Boris Johnson or deciding that the sweetheart deals between big business and the British tax authorities are perfectly fair and reasonable after all.

Franny Norton has suffered a suspected broken leg

Parade ring accident rules out Franny Norton

Franny Norton was taken to hospital with a suspected broken leg after suffering a fall leaving the parade ring at Leicester today.

Lote Tuqiri now plays league for Wests Tigers

Lote Tuqiri set for Leinster stint

Tuqiri returns to rugby union after a previous seven year stint

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Scottish ‘EastEnders’ fans are turning ’ochney: study shows how telly viewing accelerates language change

Scots may be adopting Cockney slang after research found that watching television could be a factor in accent change.

The Gosport hospital under scrutiny

Gosport hospital deaths to get public inquiry at last

Ten years after a 'death audit' was triggered by claims of opiate overuse, ministers are set to act

Conor O’Shea will keep Quins wired against Wasps

Conor O’Shea: Quins will challenge – we’ve not been worked out

Harlequins have been the least active of England’s top-flight brigade when it comes to recruitment – just three signings, none of them in the first flush of youth, and some tinkering at academy level has been the extent of their summer business dealings – but the Londoners have no plans to change their hyperactive style of rugby. Conor O’Shea, the man in charge at The Stoop, is promising more of the same, with added attitude.

Richard III had stomach worms, research reveals

Richard III suffered from a roundworm infection, according to research carried out on his skeleton.

The Harlequins and England full-back Mike Brown will be playing at Harlequins until at least 2016 after signing a new contract to remain at The Stoop

Harlequins' delight as 'hungrier and hungrier' Mike Brown agrees new contract

Conor O'Shea and his fellow members of the Harlequins hierarchy were not exactly in party mood when they lost the prop James Johnston to Saracens at the end of last season: they knew instantly that, without the supersized Samoan's scrummaging strength, their chances of regaining the Premiership title over the next eight months would be less than brilliant.

East Anglia got the summeriest weather, with highs approaching 18C

Roadworks lifted on major routes ahead of bank holiday weekend

Roadworks will be suspended on a number of major routes as millions head off on the bank holiday weekend.

Leicester Tigers boss Richard Cockerill is suspended for nine matches over his conduct in the Premiership final

Leicester Tigers boss Richard Cockerill claims RFU have set a dangerous precedent that he expects to be maintained

Tigers director of rugby was banned for using foul and abusive language and expects anyone who swears in the future to face the same punishment

Leicester's Jamie Vardy with a shot against Leeds United

Leicester City 0 Leeds United 0 match report: Championship duo in forgettable goalless draw

Leicester and Leeds played out an instantly forgettable goalless draw at the King Power Stadium this afternoon, keeping their unbeaten starts to the season going in the process.

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