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Carl Froch is one of Britain’s best and most intelligent boxers

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The perfect bad ending to an extraordinary weekend of boxing was provided yesterday when the former world champion – and arguably Britain's best active fighter – Carl Froch revealed that he had held up an opponent in order to determine a fight's ending in 2005.

Jim Montgomery who completed a spectacular double save from Peter Lorimer after first thwarting Trevor Cherry in the FA Cup final at Wembley in 1973

When Jim saved the day to become O'Neill's hero

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Riots and protests by the disaffected poor with the looming spectre of "mob rule", have often troubled MPs and lords at Westminster.

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Man jailed for texting friends to riot

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Billy Davies, Steve Cotterill and Steve McClaren have all failed, to varying degrees, to turn around Forest’s fortunes

Ouch! Forest are forced to concede that future lies in following the Derby way

Rivals meet on Sunday with Rams' form and finances in better shape. By Jon Culley

Billy Davies, Steve Cotterill and Steve McClaren have all failed, to varying degrees, to turn around Forest’s fortunes

Ouch. Forest forced to concede that the future is the Derby way

Local rivals meet on Sunday with the Rams' form and finances in far better shape

Hard but fair: Tarrant as Inspector Monroe in a 2000 episode of 'The Bill'

Colin Tarrant: Actor best known as Inspector Monroe in 'The Bill'

The actor Colin Tarrant was a permanent fixture on television for 12 years as the by-the-book, disciplinarian Inspector Andrew Monroe in The Bill. He took the role of Sun Hill police station's third most senior officer at the height of the programme's success, joining itin 1990, six years after it had been launched on ITV.

Gareth and Catherine Bull celebrate after they scooped the rollover jackpot of £40,627,241 in the EuroMillions draw

UK builder banks £40m EuroMillions cash

A self-employed builder and his wife who won a Lottery jackpot of nearly £41 million plan to splash out on an executive box at Manchester United - and a new carpet.

Husband remanded over Christmas Day murder

A 56-year-old man has appeared in court charged with murdering his wife on Christmas Day.

The best: 1.The Fighter - 'In my opinion, the greatest sporting film ever made – but so much more. The fight scenes were stunning but secondary to a story which has poignancy and great humour'

The midlife crisis that turned into a 600-film odyssey

In a good year for the film industry, the average Briton will go to the cinema three times. Neil White clocked up twice that number of movies in just one day as he chased his goal of watching every new release over the last 12 months.

What's pink and sparkly and new this year?

Pink Sparkly And All Things Nice is among more than 100,000 Britons who changed their name this year.

Paul Smith defies gloomy trend as profits leap 36 per cent

Paul Smith shrugged off the downturn in the UK and the Japanese tsunami to increase its profits by more than a third in the past year.

Boxing: Benn - Ward will edge out Froch

Former super-middleweight world champion Nigel Benn has tipped Andre Ward to beat Carl Froch in the final of the Super Six tournament this weekend.

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