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<b>13. Manu Tuilagi (England)</b><br/>
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Mitt Romney (L) attacks former speaker of the House Newt Gingrich during the ABC News GOP Presidential debate

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Ryan Taylor is not getting carried away with his own form despite impressing for high-flying Newcastle this season

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David Prosser: Are the banks dumping sovereign debt en masse?

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Last night's viewing: Alphas, 5*; This World: Spain&rsquo;s Stolen Babies, BBC2

If you've ever been annoyed by television shows that ignore the parking problem, then relief is at hand. While most series simply pretend that traffic wardens don't exist and that an empty parking bay will always appear exactly where the hero needs it, Alphas, 5*'s enjoyably silly science-fiction drama, acknowledges that there can be drawbacks to car ownership. It doesn't get out of hand. They haven't yet fruitlessly looped round the block three times while the baddie saunters off down a pedestrianised street. But on two occasions in last night's pilot episode, forward momentum was briefly allowed to snag on the intractable rigidity of parking regulations. At one point, our heroes had to scrabble through their pockets for the right change for the meter and later one of them got the less than heroic assignment of sitting in the car to make sure it didn't get towed, while the others were employing their special powers to pursue a mind-controlling black-ops type.

Doctor Roberts is prepared to dish out the medicine

Jamie Roberts has two sets of finals on his mind, and if he gets his wish the one back home will be delayed as long as possible by the other here at the World Cup. "I've got my finals to qualify from Cardiff Medical School in January 2013," said the Wales centre.

Roberts and Faletau offer hope amid depressingly familiar story

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Soldier escapes slavery after 11 years &ndash; and is arrested for desertion

A Russian soldier who says he escaped after spending the past 11 years as a slave in the North Caucasus, could face charges of desertion from the Russian army in a case that has shocked the country.

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Ben Jones-Bishop: Wing who is back after fracturing skull aims to turn heads at Wembley

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Police baffled by mystery of amnesiac found on Kent beach

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