ANDY MURRAY’S serving woes continued yesterday as he crashed out of the Monte Carlo Masters following a 2-6 6-2 7-5 defeat to Albert Ramos-Vinolas.
The world No 1 started his second-round match against Gilles Muller on Wednesday with three double faults in the first four points...
Friday 21st Apr 2017
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Southern champs take on Blackburn in a month’s time after cup finals
EDDIE JONES said yesterday he has no concerns about New Zealand-born Denny Solomona’s desire to play for England.
Solomona, who swapped codes in December, is due for his first cap on a two-Test tour of Argentina in June. And the England coach used himself as an example, saying...
The interminable delays in publishing the government’s own 25-year State of Nature plan is further indication of crass electioneering opportunism, says PETER FROST
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MARIA DUARTE enjoys a film with a feminist focus on the role of women during WWII
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The Zookeeper’s Wife (12A)
Directed by Niki Caro
IN 1939, Antonina Zabinska and her husband Jan run Warsaw Zoo, a Disneyland clone packed with delighted visitors and adorable animals.
But, after the...
The Star’s BETHANY RIELLY speaks to volunteers and asylumseekers on last week’s conflagration on the coast of France
The world’s majority is shifting the global agenda away from hard security to pragmatic issues — economic rebalancing and development, climate change, migration, health and eradicating terrorism. Where does Britain stand on this? asks JENNY CLEGG
The Tory leader’s plans to introduce a ‘limited visa’ will make migrant workers second-class citizens and put everyone’s employment rights under threat, argues SOLOMON HUGHES
JEREMY CORBYN’S Church House speech lays bare the political chasm between his vision for the people of Britain and Theresa May’s defence of the powerful and wealthy.
For all the Tories’ chat about making big business pay its fair share of taxation and tackling...
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