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Cap set to rise by almost 10 per cent this year – the first increase in two seasons

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Flying Foden gives England new life but France take spoils

France 12 England 10: Revamped backline ensure Grand Slam is no pushover

Peter Bills: England's wasted season

The sense of desperation over England's team to face France in Paris on the final weekend of the 6 Nations Championship, underlines the mess in which English rugby finds itself.

Wilkinson dropped in favour of Flood

Johnson also hands starts to Foden and Ashton in bid to increase England potency

Cueto concedes England have been poor

Mark Cueto last night admitted England have let their supporters down during the RBS 6 Nations championship.

Parks and Flood kick against a rising tide of mediocrity

Scotland 15 England 15: Neither side draw comfort from a penalty-ridden stalemate

Scotland and England share Six Nations spoils

Scotland 15 England 15

Wilkinson aims to play off the cuff

England's under-fire No 10 promises new instinctive approach at Murrayfield

Hartley still happy to throw caution to wind and rain

Hooker is not haunted by line-out trouble against Irish as fire and brimstone beckon in Calcutta Cup clash

Toby Flood: Sexton can make himself at home in Irish shirt

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Cueto a concern for England

Mark Cueto has become the latest England player to be struck down with a stomach bug.

Flood gets his kicks in battle for keys to No 10

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Flawless Cipriani kicking proves a point to England

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Dissent is slowly building against the billions spent on presidential campaigns – even among politicians themselves, reports Rupert Cornwell
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