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Burns kicks Leicester to victory - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
Geoff Parling's second-half try and the boot of Freddie Burns helped Leicester beat Exeter 25-18 and gain some revenge at Welford Road. A fortnight ago the Chiefs saw off the Tigers in a thrilling LV= Cup semi-final and the teams met again at Welford Road ...

Saracens put on a show at Wembley - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
Saracens kept pace with Aviva Premiership leaders Northampton with a stunning 42-14 victory over Harlequins at Wembley in front of a world record 84,068 crowd for a club game. A brace of tries apiece from Chris Wyles and Chris Ashton plus a late Billy ...

Rain and winds threaten Easter - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
Families hoping to enjoy a spot of sunshine this Easter break look set to be disappointed as Britain is hit by wind, rain - and even snow. The school holidays got off to a gloomy start as gales and downpours lashed parts of the north and west of the country.

Farage 'stretched' fighting seat - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
Nigel Farage has admitted he is spending no time preparing for Thursday's crunch television debate because he is "stretched" fighting a marginal seat while leading a national campaign. The Ukip leader said he would give some "thought and time" to the seven ...

Police chiefs 'bullying culture' - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
Police chiefs have used their expenses to fund extramarital affairs and are guilty of "potentially predatory, sexual conduct towards junior colleagues", a highly critical report has found. The review warned of a "bullying boys' club culture" and said many ...

Murray brushes aside Young - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
Andy Murray cruised into the third round of the Miami Open with a comfortable 6-4 6-2 win over America's Donald Young. Murray beat Young in four sets only three weeks ago in Britain's Davis Cup victory in Glasgow and this was even more straightforward for ...

Family's 'hell' since Becky murder - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
The heartbroken father of Becky Watts has said every day has been "absolute hell" since she was killed last month. Becky, 16, vanished from her family home in Crown Hill, Bristol, on February 19, sparking a huge search operation. Balloons are released in ...

SNP 'would shake up Westminster' - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
Nicola Sturgeon said the SNP would "shake up the Westminster establishment" and make the rest of the UK take notice of Scotland in the upcoming general election. The SNP leader said the ballot in May represented an "historic moment" where people could ...

Emotional appeal after air crash - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
The father of a British victim of the Germanwings air disaster has made an emotional appeal for the 150 dead not to be forgotten and demanded airlines be more "transparent". Philip Bramley, whose son Paul, 28, was one of the three Britons on board the ...

"Barbarians" blamed for abandonment - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
The head of the Football Association of Montenegro (FSCG) has branded fans who forced the abandonment of Friday's Euro 2016 qualifier against Russia as "barbarians". Visiting goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev was struck by a lit flare thrown from the crowd within a ...

Hamilton has the upper hand - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
Lewis Hamilton has drawn first blood in this season's psychological battle with Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg after the latter's bid to upstage the Briton backfired. The duo endured an often tense fight last year as they went head to head for the Formula ...

Akinfeev grateful for support - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
Russia goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev has thanked well-wishers for their support after being struck by a lit flare thrown from the crowd during their ill-fated European Championship qualifier against Montenegro on Friday night. The incident happened within a ...

Seven-day NHS pledge by Cameron - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
David Cameron has admitted the General Election is on a "knife-edge" as he set out to woo voters with the promise of a "truly seven-day" NHS if the Conservatives are returned to power on May 7. Addressing activists at the Tory spring conference in ...

McCullum vows to give all in final - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
Brendon McCullum will not be scared to take his usual aggressive approach as he leads New Zealand into the World Cup final against Australia. McCullum has refused to take a backward step in the tournament either as a batsman - with a strike rate of almost ...

Crackdown 'hits pregnant migrants' - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
Pregnant migrant women are missing out on pre-birth care on the NHS because health workers are being "asked to play the role of the UK Border Agency", a medical charity has claimed. A report by Doctors of the World UK said the charity found some ...

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