'She has only just come out of hospital - she should be resting' says source close to the president
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Bernhard Langer, the Ryder Cup captain, did a neat side-step yesterday when he was asked about the European flop at last week's US Open.
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The Serious Fraud Office suffered a fresh blow to its credibility yesterday after Lorraine Jones, one of the two main protagonists in the Versailles trial, was acquitted of fraud charges.
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