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Pardew has admitted that the pressure is on him after yet another defeat
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Fred Talbot faces 9 charges of incident assault and one serious sexual assault
The Chief Executive of housing charity Shelter said families in alternative accommodation are left without roots and stability
Fly-half has admitted it was “a very tough decision” to leave Leicester for a French club
Faint praise has been Sire De Grugy’s lot so far this season, but surely it must be time to acknowledge that he is a two-mile chaser of the highest order, with or without the damning shadow of Sprinter Sacre.
The waiting is the hardest part. Thirty-five players, led by the reappointed national captain Chris Robshaw, will arrive in the England camp between Sunday evening and Monday morning as attention switches from the Heineken Cup – or rather, what is left of the Heineken Cup – to the Six Nations, which begins in a fortnight's time. How many will be in a condition to train before the middle of next week at the earliest? Not as many as the head coach, Stuart Lancaster, would like, almost certainly.
Police officer shot and blinded by gunman Raoul Moat made several suicide threats, inquest told
Kath Rathband tells inquest estranged husband who was shot and left blind by gunman Raoul Moat would call her 100 times a day
Mark Clattenburg will continue to referee Southampton matches despite the club asking for the referee to be barred from officiating at their games in the wake of him “insulting” Adam Lallana after last Saturday’s defeat at Everton.
Homeowners selling their properties in order to turn their equity into cash to boost their retirement incomes
John Darwin, the man who faked his death in a canoe accident and then handed himself in to the police feigning amnesia, has reportedly been arrested after he left the country without permission to meet a woman in Ukraine.
'Roar' had been left on a train during a family trip, luckily it was found by a passenger who appealed to find the owner on Twitter using a series of pictures of the teddy on a night out
Jonny Wilkinson may be famous for fulminating about the solitary moments in a sportsman’s life, but the feted fly-half’s latest reflections on whether he will retire next summer – after Saturday’s 32-20 Heineken Cup win for his club Toulon over Exeter Chiefs – were made with others in mind.
Munster just don’t know when to give up in the Heineken Cup.