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Barton denies any wrongdoing

Barton hints he could sue referee over sending off

QPR captain Joey Barton yesterday claimed he could sue over the red card he received against Norwich City.

Simeon Jackson, a second half substitute for Norwich, comes to his side's rescue with an equaliser in the fourth minute of injury time

Jackson's late leveller tough on Fulham

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Gareth Bale scores the opening goal

Bale masterclass sees off Canaries

Norwich City 0 Tottenham Hotspur 2

Martin wide awake to danger of Spurs' marauding Bale

Russell Martin may be a new father but if he is losing sleep it is not at the prospect of shackling the "on fire" Tottenham winger Gareth Bale at Carrow Road tonight.

Wolves midfielder Edwards relishing return from injury

Wolves midfielder Dave Edwards is hoping for an injury-free 2012 as he prepares to rejoin Wolves' battle for Barclays Premier League survival in Tuesday's clash with Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.

Donald Neilson, the serial killer known as the Black Panther died

Donald Neilson 'died from pneumonia'

Serial killer Donald Neilson died from pneumonia, an inquest has heard.

Saha desert: Everton's Louis Saha battles with Russell Martin of Norwich

Osman's luck is so tough on Canaries

Everton 1 Norwich City 1: Resilient stand from Norwich goalkeeper Ruddy and his defence undone by Everton deflection

Julian Knight: The NHFA scandal shows why financial firms need much harder regulation

In an industry notorious for mis-selling scandals the case of HSBC's subsidiary NHFA has plumbed new depths. The contemptible practice of routinely mis-selling to people in their seventies, eighties and nineties has shocked the nation.

Double from captain Holt helps Norwich defeat Magpies

Norwich 4 Newcastle 2

Sergio Aguero celebrates with teammate Micah Richards

Aguero's bit of brilliance and Balotelli's shrug sum up City superiority

Manchester City 5 Norwich City 1

Unbeaten Man City power on at top of table

Manchester City 5 Norwich 1

Mario Balotelli is sent off

Roberto Mancini expects opponents to target Mario Balotelli

Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini has warned striker Mario Balotelli to expect opponents to test his temperament.

Norwich substitute Grant Holt celebrates his winner three minutes after entering the action against Queens Park Rangers at Carrow Road

Holt makes instant impact for Canaries

Norwich City 2 Queens Park Rangers 1: Lambert substitution adds to Warnock's woes after League refuses QPR's goalkeeper request

Last night's viewing - Ian Hislop: When Bankers Were Good, BBC2; John Steinbeck: Voice of America, BBC4; Storyville: Deadline – The New York Times, BBC4

Ian Hislop now seems to have graduated to above-the-title billing, earning himself what you might call Colon Status in the schedules. This is where the name of the presenter comes first and the programme is just an afterthought, as in Ian Hislop: When Bankers Were Good. In the scheduling honours system, it's a signal mark of distinction, though it falls just short of the top rung of celeb presenter honorifics, which is Apostrophe Status (as in "Ian Hislop's When Bankers Were Good"). Perhaps the most telling thing about that title, though, was its confident prejudice, the assumption that nobody would mind the implication that all bankers are now bad. I suppose bankers might feel wounded by this assumption, but then who cares about bankers' feelings these days?

Cain, By José Saramago, trans. Margaret Jull Costa

Abel and Cain have each made an offering to God. Abel's is accepted, Cain's rejected. In a fit of jealousy, Cain murders his brother. When God asks where Abel has got to, Cain replies tetchily, "Am I my brother's keeper?" God discovers the murder, and Cain is punished. He will live, but he will be forever marked, and condemned to wander the earth.

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