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Theresa May told the 41 commissioners hospitality details must be provided

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Lord Digby Jones was interrupted by Wanda Jackson’s yodelling

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Scott Borthwick, left, celebrates taking another Surrey wicket

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Champions Trophy: England go back to future as Ravi Bopara gets final chance

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Derbyshire’s Chesney Hughes brings Yorkshire down at Headingley

Yorkshire’s elation at beating Durham on Saturday was punctured as Derbyshire’s Chesney Hughes and Wayne Madsen put them to the sword at Headingley on Monday.

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