David Warner and Joe Root

Champions Trophy: Has Aussie attitude ever been so poor?

Standards in the tourists' dressing room have been slipping for ages, but they haven't been this low since 1987

Reel 'em in: Dancers lining up to re-create a ball failed to deliver an orgy

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It takes more than low-cut gowns and Darcy's skinny breeches to trigger a sexual free-for-all

Man who tried to punch police horse claims he loves animals

A self-proclaimed “animal lover” has admitted to being the person  that caused outrage and amusement in equal measure when he was captured on camera attempting to punch a police horse in Newcastle last Sunday.

A holiday for the senses: You can tell you're abroad from a glance at the local press

Obituaries promoted on the front page of a broadsheet and language that would never pass in a UK paper demonstrate a vastly different set of values

Manu Tuilagi avoids Mathieu Bastareaud

The Calvin Report: No contest as ultimate warrior tames beast

Bloodied and bandaged, Tuilagi triumphs over Bastareaud in heavyweight clash that highlights the modern game's obsession with collisions and brute force

Former professional boxer jailed for seven years for killing stranger with one punch

A former professional boxer has been jailed for seven years for killing a stranger with one punch outside a pub.

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Hansel And Gretal actress Gemma Arterton has revealed that some of the combat training she underwent for the role paid off when she punched a homeless man in the face for squeezing her bottom.

The Business Matrix: Saturday 9 February 2013

Boss reports 8% rise in earnings

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Battery rethink for Dreamliner

Serial-killer serial: Kevin Bacon (left) and James Purefoy in ‘The Following’

Grace Dent on TV: The Following

If you're clever enough to get all the literary references in this show, you're way beyond watching it

Investment View: Follow its boss and walk away from Punch

Punch Taverns took another kicking after its chief executive, Roger Whiteside, walked out to take charge of Greggs, the bakery chain. You can see why. Punch, an advert for everything that was wrong about the debt-fuelled madness which infected corporate Britain before the credit crunch, still faces significant problems.

Vomiting, fights, blood, tears...The hell of working Black Friday

Some top tips if you want to have a good night and get served

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Employed new fathers have been able to take advantage of two weeks’ paid paternity leave for a while now.

Ricky Hatton's return to the ring ended in defeat, as he was knocked out by Vyacheslav Senchenko at the Manchester Arena.

Boxing: Body blow to Hatton's hopes of redemption

The Hitman's comeback ends in tears – and finally he throws in the towel

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Academic claims King Arthur was real - and reveals where he lived

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