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Hansen clutches at silver lining

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Campbell condemns honours list leaks

THE LEAKING of a knighthood for the Scottish National Party supporter Sean Connery in the New Year Honours List was denounced last night as "reprehensible" by the Prime Minister's official spokesman.

Obituary: Desmond Llewelyn

DESMOND LLEWELYN was an actor for over 60 years, but will forever be remembered for just one role, that of "Q", inventor of countless gadgets for the spy James Bond. With an air of impatient but kindly acumen, he would introduce Bond to a batch of innocent-looking but lethal high-tech instruments in a scene that was always a highlight of each adventure.

Racing: Light duties for Nicholls' top two-mile team

IT WAS a race to bring a tremble to the hand and the voice, as good as anything Sandown has seen for years, and whatever the attendance figure was at the course on Saturday, 10 times that number will claim in years to come that they were there when Flagship Uberalles beat Direct Route in the Tingle Creek Chase.

POETRY: From Russia with love

AFTER PUSHKIN PURCELL ROOM LONDON

Outlook: Camelot nosedive

"CAMELOT PROFITS tumble by pounds 50 a minute". It is not quite the headline those fed on a diet of lottery fatcat scandals have come to expect. Three- quarters of the way through their seven-year franchise, the fact is the shining knights of the mid-week rollover are losing some of their sparkle. Or, as the Camelot chairman George Russell prefers to put it, the lottery's "natural lifecycle has impacted on sales".

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