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It's been a good hour since I watched Misbehaving Mums to Be and I'm still not quite sure how I feel. A bit... icky? Halfway between concerned and shame-faced? The former, because the facts presented really were alarming, the latter because, well, there's something terribly uncomfortable about poking one's nose into someone else's pregnancy. And then judging them on it. Still, it was riveting. Now, this might have something to do with the absence of a Y-chromosome in my makeup, but pregnancy – as far as I'm concerned – always is.

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Whatever Mike Phillips, the scrum-half who played all three Tests for the British and Irish Lions against South Africa in 2009, may have said recently about his sweetness-and-light relationship with the Swansea-based Ospreys, there is a problem somewhere. So serious a problem, indeed, that Scott Johnson, the director of coaching at the Liberty Stadium, says Phillips will be on his way just as soon as he finds himself another club.

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Wales scrum-half Mike Phillips will be allowed to leave the Ospreys at the end of this season.

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It wasn't all defecting foreign ministers landing in Britain last week. Some incomers brought only hope and pleasure, like Lady, the 26-year-old osprey making her 21st consecutive return to breed in Scotland. Here, in an exclusive interview, she gives her reaction to arriving 'home'

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Wales coach Warren Gatland has made two enforced changes for Saturday's RBS 6 Nations finale against France in Paris.

James Hook switched to fly-half for Wales

James Hook will make his second start at fly-half in this season's RBS 6 Nations Championship when Wales face Ireland on Saturday.

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Wales switch James Hook to centre

James Hook will start in his third different position of this year's RBS 6 Nations Championship when Wales face Italy on Saturday.

Ashton adds the cutting edge for emerging England&rsquo;s heavy mob

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