Les Deux Salons, 40-42 William IV Street, London, WC2

The word is out. Which means you'll have a fight on your hands if you want to get a seat at Les Deux Salons

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Man who saved Tutsis during the genocide says 'the government is coming after me'

Ian Holloway: Big Sam broke my toe... and my heart

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Why can't we have arthouse films on TV?

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Notts secure fourth win in four despite Stokes' maiden ton

Durham 218 & 279 Nottinghamshire 559-8d <i>(Notts win by an innings and 62 runs)</i>

Round-up: Pattinson shines but rain spoils hosts' day

Nottinghamshire have already made a clear statement of credibility in the race to challenge Durham's grip on the Championship by winning their first three matches and a victory over the title-holders at Trent Bridge this week would only provide added emphasis.

Borthwick takes three to leave MCC on the ropes

Durham 459-9 & 228-6 MCC 162 & 156-7

Coetzer enjoys opening bid

Durham 329-3 MCC

My Secret Life: Taio Cruz, singer-songwriter, 26

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Harmison gets break as Durham dominate

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