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Calf complaint has made batsman a doubt

Ashes 2013: Kevin Pietersen still doubtful for Old Trafford Test

England are continuing their anxious wait over Kevin Pietersen’s fitness for the third Test in the Ashes series.

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Ashes 2013: Kevin Pietersen ruled out of the rest of second Test putting Old Trafford participation into question

Batsman could miss third Test which gets underway on August 1 after he suffers a calf strain

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Lives remembered: Jean Broughton

My mother-in-law Jean Broughton, who died on 11 July 2013, was one of the first women doctors to be trained in the UK, at the Royal Free Hospital in London from 1935-41. At the start of the Second World War, she was working in hospitals in the East End of London until she was called up to the Royal Army Medical Corps to serve in India, where she met her husband, Hanns Friedlander, a Viennese doctor who had fled the Nazis.

Theatre Review: The Masque of Anarchy, Manchester Festival

One of the little touches of genius about this year’s Manchester International Festival has been the imaginative choice of venues with which the artistic director Alex Poots has given extra resonance to the works being staged. Perhaps the best example of this was Maxine Peake’s bravura performance of The Masque of Anarchy, the long poem which Percy Byshe Shelley wrote in indignation against the Peterloo Massacre of 1819.

Wayne Rooney pictured checking in at Manchester Airport on Wednesday

Manchester United manager David Moyes says no chances will be taken over Wayne Rooney after striker is sent home with a hamstring injury

England striker returned to Manchester just 16 hours after arriving in Bangkok for United's pre-season tour of Asia

Wayne Rooney pictured checking in at Manchester Airport on Wednesday

Wayne Rooney 'gutted' after being sent home from Manchester United's pre-season tour

The striker picked up a hamstring injury shortly after arriving in Thailand

Soul singer Joss Stone was at the centre of a murder plot in 2011

Joss Stone murder plot man Junior Bradshaw jailed for 18 years

Judge said it may have been a crazy scheme, ‘but it was a very real plan’

Ofcom fines TV channel DM Digital for broadcasting 'duty to kill' speech by Islamic scholar

A television channel has been hit with a hefty fine after broadcasting a speech by an Islamic scholar who said Muslims had “a duty to kill” anyone who insulted the prophet.

Death crash footballer Courtney Meppen-Walter back in jail after being freed in error

A footballer who killed two people in a car crash and was released from jail by mistake is back in custody, police said today.

Wimbledon 2013: British number seven
Samantha Murray makes an impression in first round defeat

Samantha Murray's first taste of Wimbledon was a short and sharp one as she was sent packing in the first round by Camila Giorgi.

The name of Greater Manchester's long-awaited version of the London Oyster Card has been announced

My Get Me There: Manchester scratches its head over ‘Get the heck out of here’ answer to London's Oyster card

The name of Greater Manchester’s long-awaited version of the London Oyster Card was announced yesterday. It is to be called – drum roll –  “My Get Me There”. And has, unsurprisingly, elicited a big fat “WHAT?” from Mancunians.

Photographer allegedly assaulted while taking pictures of Wayne and Colleen Rooney at Rihanna gig

Police are investigating the assault at the Manchester Arena on Wednesday evening

Plan to double easyJet passengers at Stansted

EasyJet plans to double its Stansted passengers over the next five years, the airport's new owner said yesterday.

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