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Hutchins and his doubles partner Colin Fleming defeated Marinko Matosevic and Michael Przysiezny 4-6 6-4 6-0 to reach the second round

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The celebrated trainer of former world boxing champion Barry McGuigan has been sentenced to six-and-a-half years for the buggery and sexual assault of five teenage boys over a 13-year period.

'Gender equality' lessons plan for five-year-olds

Children as young as five could be taught about "gender equality" as part of a Government campaign to tackle domestic violence, it was announced today.

Make recharging your body a breeze in the Canary Islands

You'd think the year-round sunshine and the fresh sea breezes of the Canary Islands would be enough for anyone feeling the need of some holiday pampering. But then why leave anything to chance? For a full body recharge, you may well require the attentive services and luxurious surroundings of a spa resort – and here Gran Canaria is ideally placed.

How to help your baby sleep

How do you get your baby to sleep when the only fashionable method &ndash; 'controlled crying' &ndash; seems downright cruel? Susie Mesure, exhausted mother of a 15-month-old, goes in search of a gentler solution

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Tom Sutcliffe: If you were an MP, would you do differently?

A phrase we've been hearing a lot of over the last few days is, "If it was us". Indignant constituents have been using it when reporters ask them to comment on the expense claims of their MPs: "If it was us we would be in court", they point out, or "If it was us we'd be in prison". It's a remark that neatly encapsulates the deep sense of unfairness that is one source of the public outrage about MP's expenses. It also reinforces a long-standing prejudice that politicians are a "them" – a species apart identifiable by their venality and double-dealing.

Police detain suspect in Boston Craigslist murder

Boston's police commissioner says a 22-year-old man has been arrested in the killing in a luxury hotel last week of a woman who advertised massage services on Craigslist.

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