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Leicester have confirmed the signing of loose-head prop Tom Bristow from London Welsh.

Leicester ponder Richard Cockerill appeal after receiving written reasons

The director of rugby has been banned for nine-matches

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Martin Castrogiovanni has 'lost all respect' for Leicester Tigers' director of rugby Richard Cockerill

Italian prop speaks out over move to Toulon and claims there are 'very few happy players' at the club

Angry Leicester Tigers hit out at RFU over treatment of Richard Cockerill

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Leicester critical of RFU over handling of Richard Cockerill case

The Tigers' director of rugby was banned for nine matches

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Nerve problems are complicating centre's shoulder injury and adding to gloom ahead of Saturday opener

Leicester Tigers' Martin Castrogiovanni lured by Toulon

European champions Toulon have confirmed the signing of Leicester prop Martin Castrogiovanni.

The children's heart surgery unit at Leeds General Infirmary was one of the units initially earmarked for closure

Fury as Jeremy Hunt halts reform of children’s heart units

Health Secretary says plans to shut units in Leeds, Leicester and London should be suspended after latest report says decision was based on 'flawed analysis'

Queensland Reds 12 British and Irish Lions 22: Third injury sours the Lions' 'fourth Test' win

Magnificent Vunipola rises from the pack to help beat the Reds and provide some good news as Bowe joins Healy and Jones on the plane home

Hospital admits 'catastrophic error' over death of 100-year-old woman from dehydration

Daughter's pleas for her mother to be put on a drip were repeatedly ignored, family's lawyers said

Hard graft: Courtney Lawes is not about to apologise for his principal talent – hitting opponents hard – but he is working on line-out skills as well

Courtney Lawes has lots to learn without losing his bite

Lock will keep big hits coming but is trying to add variety to toughness

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