Sport Clement Grenier

The France international has opted to remain at Lyon

A British Airways flight was forced to make an emergency landing after two abusive women drunk on Malibu attempted to storm the cockpit it has been reported today.

British Airways flight in emergency landing after 'drunk abusive middle-aged women try to storm cockpit'

The BA Boeing 737-400, which was on route to Tunisia, had to divert to Lyon to make an emergency landing

Australia celebrate the wicket of Mahela Jayawardene

Australia seize control against Sri Lanka

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Maria Miller is to have her expenses investigated by the Parliamentary sleaze watchdog

Maria Miller expenses inquiry launched by watchdog

Probe follows complaint that Culture Secretary had claimed more than £90,000 in second home allowances towards the cost of a house where her parents lived

Hughes allegedly lobbied on behalf of Southwark Metals, which gave £10,000 to the local party in May

Lib Dem deputy investigated over lobbying

Simon Hughes is accused of failing to declare donations to local party

Ricky Ponting of Australia greets his wife Rianna, and daughters

Ricky Ponting plays final innings for Australia

Australian legend makes a disappointing eight

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Australian Test cricket captain Michael Clarke (R) shares a joke with teammate Ricky Ponting

Australia fans and Ricky Ponting's wife in standing ovation for retiring batsman, only to realise they were applauding the wrong person

It is not often that a nightwatchman receives a rapturous standing ovation on his way to the crease but that is what happened to Nathan Lyon at the Waca today as the large crowd in Perth mistook him for the retiring legend Ricky Ponting.

Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris

Hugo Lloris has proved himself as one of the 'world's best' after dislodging Brad Friedel

Hugo Lloris was signed by Tottenham over the summer

Galatasaray v Manchester United: Key battles

Manchester United know only pride is at stake for them when they take on Galatasaray tonight.

Goalkeeper Hugo Lloris unhappy with No 2 status at Tottenham

Hugo Lloris admits he is struggling to accept the idea that Andre Villas-Boas does not consider him as Tottenham's number one.

Album: Handel, Song for St Cecilia's Day – Ludus Baroque/Neville-Towle (Delphian)

Ludus Baroque's second recording under Richard Neville-Towle pairs the grand Song for St Cecilia's Day with the more intimate Cecilian cantata Look Down, Harmonious Saint, using the Concerto Grosso in B flat as a bridge.

France goalkeeper Hugo Lloris

Lyon advisor claims goalkeeper Hugo Lloris 'is less hot' for a transfer to Tottenham

Lyon goalkeeper Hugo Lloris is likely to remain with the Ligue 1 club rather than move to Tottenham, according to Bernard Laporte.

Yoann Gourcuff suffers injury blow

Olympique Lyon playmaker Yoann Gourcuff will be sidelined for up to three months after injuring his left knee during the Ligue 1 game against Troyes at the weekend, the club said today.

Album: Ludus Baroque, Handel: Song for St. Cecilia's Day (Delphian)

Following up their debut recording of Alexander's Feast, the Scottish period ensemble Ludus Baroque present another Handel piece, the composer's setting of Dryden's celebration of the patron saint of musicians, "A Song for St Cecilia's Day".

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