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She came under criticism from members of her own party who distanced themselves from her remarks

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England have been keen to field Steve Finn in their starting XI since the series started but an untimely thigh injury has kept him out of the reckoning

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Tourists will make two changes as they attempt to win at Eden Gardens for only the second time

England bowlers Steven Finn (left) and Stuart Broad in action in the nets yesterday
Ian Bell has made just one fifty during three tours of India

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Two batsmen, one place and a dilemma for the selectors. Whatever the conclusion it may be based more on desperate hope than dire experience.

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Boris Johnson risked provoking a  major row with Theresa May today after he accused the Home Office of turning a blind eye to long-term illegal immigrants in the UK.

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