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The English clubs may be turning their backs on the most compelling annual tournament in the union game but at least they are showing the good grace to wait until the end of the season. The French appear to be engaged in a mass skedaddle with two thirds of the campaign still to run. Racing Métro, Perpignan, Toulouse... between them, three of the biggest teams in the country have just made a mockery of the idea that they are still remotely interested in European competition.

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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

Lexi Branson attack: Mother stabs killer dog to death to try and save her daughter

Ministers want to give local authorities and police more power to intervene to prevent attacks and jail owners but bull and mastiff breeds won't be banned

Girl dies after being bitten by a dog in Mountsorrel

A young girl has died after being bitten by a dog, Leicestershire Police said.

Time to check policies as ghost brokers jailed

The police launched a dramatic crackdown on the practice of ghost broking this week by arresting 27 people in dawn swoops on Wednesday.

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

Toby Flood revived Leicester’s fortunes in the last quarter

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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

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

Teenager accused of planning repeat Columbine massacre ‘asked teacher’s advice on gun,’ court hears

The science teacher of a teenager accused of planning a repeat of the Columbine massacre told a court the boy asked him which gun he would prefer to be shot with. The 17-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, also asked for advice from the chemistry teacher about making explosives and told him he wanted to “blow up a mosque,” the Old Bailey heard.

Second man charged with murder of Leicester football coach Antoin Akpom

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

Leicester house fire: Two remanded on blaze murder charges

Two more men have appeared in court charged with murdering a mother and her four children in a house fire.

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