Sport Gloucester centre Henry Trinder has agreed a new deal with his life-long club

Trinder caps his autumn off with a new deal with the Cherry and Whites after call-up to England squad

COMEDY: PICK OF THE WEEK: Tony Robinson on tour Various venues

Tony Robinson, who has been described as "the love child of Simon Schama, Alastair Campbell and Eddie Izzard", has a cunning plan. He aims to tour the UK in a show looking back on his 40 years in showbiz. The actor best known as Baldrick says the show will answer the question: "How did a man who made his name as a stinking, turnip-loving simpleton crawling through the trenches with Rowan Atkinson in Blackadder hit the big time by grubbing around in the mud, alongside men with dubious fashion sense in Time Team, before achieving superstar status by rolling up his trousers to wade through urine in The Worst Jobs in History?"

IRAQ: ELECTION AFTERMATH: Tributes are paid to the `spirit, professionalism and self-discipline' of victims servicemen

THE 10 SERVICEMEN killed in the RAF Hercules crash which caused the single largest loss of life suffered by British forces in Iraq were yesterday named by the Ministry of Defence.

Sherwood makes his peace with Spurs

Watford 0 Tottenham Hotspur 1

Property Stepping Stones: Twelve steps to heaven (well, Swindon)

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Nationwide customers' cash crash

MORE THAN one million customers of the Nationwide were left stranded for more than five hours yesterday after a worn out fuse led to the shut down of the building society's entire computer system.

Obituary: The Right Rev Cyril Bowles

WHEN CYRIL Bowles, as Bishop of Derby, spoke in favour of the ordination of women at the 1978 Lambeth Conference, one member reported that "he wove a golden cord round the Anglican Communion, binding all the Bishops together". That was typical of the man whose gift it was to reconcile opposing views by his measured, temperate eloquence.

Deaths

GOLLINS: Frank, died at home, naturally, aged 89. Family funeral on 30 September at 12.30pm at Kingsdown Crematorium, Swindon. A celebration of his life to be arranged early in the next fishing season. No flowers. Donations to Fairford Hospital League of Friends c/o Cowley & Son Ltd, Triangle House, 62 Victoria Road, Cirencester, Gloucestershire GL7 1ES. Telephone 01285 653298.

Court battle off as bank drops plan to charge card users

A COSTLY court battle between Barclays the high street bank and Nationwide, Britain's biggest building society, over charges was narrowly averted yesterday when Barclays agreed to drop plans to charge other banks' customers for using its 3,200 cash machines.
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