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Footage shows axed former Sky Sports presenter Gray making offensive chant at female colleague

Geraint Thomas of Great Britain and Team Sky (R) talks to Team Sky coach Rod Ellingworth

Tour de France 2013: Team Sky claim tacks were put in road by spectators

Richie Porte and Geraint Thomas suffered punctures on stage five

BT will challenge BSkyB by offering new channels at no extra cost to BT broadband customers

BT vs Sky: Ofcom launches investigation into BSkyB's alleged refusal to share Sky Sports channels on 'fair terms' with rival

BT wants to offer Sky Sports via YouView set-top boxes but says terms on offer are an abuse of Sky's market dominance

England captain Jason Lowe offers his hand to Italy's Alberto Paloschi after the game

Glenn Hoddle accuses England Under-21s of playing 'too many long balls' against Italy

The former England manager unimpressed by manner of defeat at the European U21 Championships

Michael Vaughan questions England tactics in second Test against New Zealand

Former captain believes England could have been more attacking in the field

James Anderson of England celebrates dismissing Peter Fulton of New Zealand to take his 300th test match wicket

James Anderson takes 300th Test wicket

Bowler joins Fred Trueman, Bob Willis and Ian Botham by reaching his triple-century of Test victims

Gerrard: 'It's about us getting that breakthrough as early as we can. They’re happy to stop us and keep the scoreline down'

ITV win rights to all England qualifying matches

The broadcaster will show both home and away games for Euro 2016 and 2018 World Cup qualifiers

Frank Lampard scores his 203rd goal for Chelsea in the win against Aston Villa and dedicates the record to his late mother

Frank Lampard dedicates record to mum: 'It's for her'

Frank Lampard scored twice to break Bobby Tambling's record of 202 goals for Chelsea before dedicating accolade to his teammates and late mother

Jamie Carragher: Not as moody as Roy Keane or as eager to please as Gareth Southgate

Matt Butler: Carragher's combative edge should sharpen up the studio

View From The Sofa: Liverpool v Everton, Sky Sports 1

David Moyes gestures at his team while Brendan Rodgers looks on

Moyes angry at Anfield bias as Distin's 'goal' disallowed

Everton manager aggrieved that Sylvain Distin's second half goal was ruled out

After ending his Liverpool career on Sunday, Carragher will become a Sky pundit

Matt Butler: East German revelations more than a tasty soundbite

View From The Sofa: Luis Suarez coverage, Sky Sports News / Record Fakers, Radio 5 Live

Sport on TV: Sir Chris Hoy's achievements were literally out of this world

Tributes have poured in this week to an inspirational leader who changed the way people think and left the country on the brink of countless revolutions. It was the arch-Thatcherite Norman Tebbit who told us to get on our bikes but it was Sir Chris Hoy who made us do it. We're all cyclists now.

Tiger Woods teed off mired in a rules controversy after taking an incorrect drop on Friday

The Tiger's not for turning: Woods defies calls to quit after controversy over rule breach at Masters

What rules controversy? Tiger Woods goes into the final day of the Masters just four shots off the lead when he might have been taking the kids to the park as a disqualified golfer.

There is due to be 40,000 spectators at Twickenham tonight to watch Owen Farrell (right) in action for Saracens

Heineken Cup weekend preview: Owen Farrell ready to rock out at Twickenham

A few short weeks ago, when Saracens secured home advantage in the last eight of the Heineken Cup, their England wing Chris Ashton was still being talked of as a hot contender for this summer’s Lions series in Australia.

Andy Murray beat Marin Cilic in just under two hours

Andy Murray scorches into semi-finals as Cilic wilts in Miami heat

Andy Murray's form has sometimes run as hot-and-cold as the weather at the Miami Masters, but as the temperature rose in Florida today, so did the quality of the Scot's play. After an error-strewn first set in which both men struggled to find their rhythm, Murray played some of his best tennis of the week to beat Marin Cilic 6-4, 6-3. In tomorrow's semi-finals, he faces the winner of last night's meeting between Tomas Berdych and Richard Gasquet.

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Michael Jamieson: Why weight of pressure rests easy on his shoulders

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The welfare claimants battling to alter stereotypes
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Paranoid parenting is on the rise

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The hacker's tale: the slide into crime at the 'News of the World'

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We flinch, but there are degrees of paedophilia

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The truth about conspiracy theories is that some require considering

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