Sport Stephen Lee will begin his appeal against a 12-year ban for match-fixing on Thursday

Stephen Lee will start his appeal against his 12-year ban from snooker on Thursday.

(From left to right) Kevin Pietersen, Jonathan Bairstow, Alastair Cook and Matt Prior chat during a practice session in Brisbane

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Alastair Cook's men have the experience

Gloucester centre Henry Trinder has agreed a new deal with his life-long club

Gloucester agree contract extension with centre Henry Trinder

Trinder caps his autumn off with a new deal with the Cherry and Whites after call-up to England squad

Footage shown to the court from a helmet camera of a Marine during a patrol in Afghanistan in which an insurgent was killed

Ex-general calls for leniency towards Royal Marine who killed Afghan fighter

One of Britain's most distinguished Royal Marines has called for leniency to be shown towards marine who shot injured Taliban fighter

Royal Marine found guilty of murder for battlefield execution of injured Afghan insurgent

Court martial board found commando guilty of murdering man in Helmand Province

'I'll put one in his head, if you want': Military court releases audio of moment Afghan is shot by marine

Recording is released as board retires to consider its verdict over three marines charged over murder

Most of the artefacts were found near Stonehenge

Golden age: Ancient possessions of Stonehenge worshippers go on display

Golden treasures from prehistoric Britain’s Stonehenge era, most of which have never previously been on public display, are today being unveiled at a small provincial museum.

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It is a headline that may spread a little happiness: a lorry transporting jars of Branston Pickle has crashed - just a few miles away from Cheddar.

Children should be taught how to 'lose graciously', says independent schools leader

Children should be taught how to “lose graciously” to prepare them for life after school, an independent schools leader said today.

Wedding was 'owl' a bit much for Darcey the ring bearing bird

Bride and groom were left stranded at the alter as Darcey the night owl slept through the wedding day

Police chiefs are working towards having a new nationwide system in place before 2014

Police to create UK-wide missing persons register after IoS campaign

New database aims to offer runaways more protection

The decision by Detective Superintendent Steve Fulcher, pictured here in 2011, to personally question the main suspect on an isolated hillside resulted in two confessions

Police watchdog recommends gross misconduct charge for detective who bent rules to catch killer Christopher Halliwell

An independent investigation into a senior detective has found that he has a case to answer for gross misconduct.

Claire Perry

Teach children about web porn, says Tory MP Claire Perry

NSPCC research claims children believe internet pornography dictates how they should behave in a sexual relationship

Andy Schofield, the former principal of Wellington Academy, in September 2011

Head of Wellington Academy forced out by GCSE results

'Unacceptable' grades embarrass flagship state school funded by private Wellington College

Man banned from every farm in the country after admitting sex with goat

Wiltshire man pleads guilty to breaking Sexual Offences Act, sentencing due in September

Eddy Shah was arrested by the Metropolitan Police in relation to allegations of sex with an underage girl

Eddy Shah clarifies view on underage sex

Eddy Shah, the former newspaper tycoon, has sought to clarify comments in which he suggested underage girls who engage in consensual sex must “take the blame” for the abuse they suffer.

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