Tour fall-out reveals coach will continue only if controversial batsman is dropped after deterioration in their relationship
We take a look at who should be in the side when England return to the long format of the game
Ashes humiliation is complete as Australia romp to 5-0 series victory
England lead by 91 runs: Stokes adds depth to tourists’ bowling after Pietersen baffles again with poor shot
He is the first Australian cricketer in 70 years to match the influence of the greatest exponent of the national game
They are joined by South Africa's Hashim Amla, Australia's Michael Clarke, India's Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Kumar Sangakkara of Sri Lanka
The late coming of Mitchell Johnson – with the bat – has papered over the thick cracks that still race in all directions through the Australian top order.
Number 10 say they 'do not recognise' phrase attributed to David Cameron
The decision to hold the 2013 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Sri Lanka has led, with grim inevitability, to a public relations disaster
PM said Labour had been in power when country was approved as Commonwealth summit host - months after bloody government crackdown there
Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa was once a human rights activist, campaigning with the mothers of the “disappeared”. Now, he is accused of presiding over war crimes and crimes against humanity, and his government actively prevents the families of the “disappeared” from protesting.
PM will meet the Sri Lankan President, Mahinda Rajapaksa, before the Commonwealth summit opens in Colombo
Britain's working classes need to be encouraged to raise their aspirations and be made to think they can “get all the way to the top”, David Cameron has said.
Prageeth's disappearance changed my life. We must find him
The government of Sri Lanka have gone to extraordinary lengths to attack us
Boycotting the Commonwealth summit in Sri Lanka would be a missed opportunity to tackle its government over suspected human rights abuses, Foreign Secretary William Hague said yesterday as he defended David Cameron’s decision to attend the meeting.