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Don't the people on property restoration programmes watch property restoration programmes?

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Corporation will set up a confidential helpline for workers worried about harassment

Three Police Federation representatives in the Midlands who called on the Government’s Chief Whip Andrew Mitchell to “consider his position” are being investigated over their conduct during the “plebgate” affair

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Three Police Federation representatives in the Midlands who called on the Government’s Chief Whip Andrew Mitchell to “consider his position” are being investigated over their conduct during the “plebgate” affair.

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England's most capped player arrested in Essex

Fire extinguishes the last hopes of keeping Daw Mill coal mine open

Hundreds of jobs will be lost after the Daw Mill colliery announced it would close as a result of the UK's worst coal-mine fire in 30 years.

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The sexism scandal over a leaked video of Warwick Student Union president Nick Swain has drawn attention to how little students seem to care about their politics, claims Warwick student Duncan Hopwood

The double Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Kauto Star drew an enthusiastic crowd at Newbury for his first outing as a dressage horse

Quentin Collonges's fine dry run for Cheltenham Festival

If there was a tip for the Cheltenham Festival yesterday, it was perhaps that punters may have to rethink anything that has gone into the formbook so far. After one of the wettest winters on record racecourses have finally started to dry out, and the afternoon's richest contest promptly went to a horse who had not yet troubled a judge this season on soft, soggy ground.

John Still

Luton appoint John Still as manager

John Still has left his position as manager of League Two side Dagenham & Redbridge after nine years to drop down a division to take up the vacancy at non-League Luton Town.

Ocado posts 11th consecutive annual loss but forecasts profit

The online grocer Ocado has mounted a vigorous defence of its business model after posting another loss for the 11th year running.

Tim Bresnan

Tim Bresnan and Craig Kieswetter out of England Test squad for New Zealand tour

Injury and form rule pair out

Jade Dernbach is now the most expensive bowler in ODI history

Dernbach to pay for costly ODI displays

After three browntop back-breakers in a row, England's bowlers could be forgiven for pining for the green, greentops of home. However, when they caught sight of the Mohali pitch for the first time yesterday, homesickness will have faded fast.

Warwickshire pull off Ottis Gibson coup

Warwickshire are set to announce Ottis Gibson as their new director of cricket, a source close to the West Indies' coach has revealed. It is a coup for the county champions and a blow for Caribbean cricket.

Police chiefs Sean Price and Derek Bonnard drop legal claims

A chief constable who was sacked and his deputy have dropped legal claims relating to their arrest as part of a corruption inquiry.

An underdressed spectator fancies a bowl in Melbourne

Scotland recruit six new players under new rules

Scotland could finally shake off years of cricketing hurt after the ICC changed the rules to allow six new players to be picked for the country.

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