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England Twenty20 captain Eoin Morgan says he is twice the man after month off - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
Some sportsmen swear there is no substitute for match practice but England Twenty20 captain Eoin Morgan believes he is "twice the man" he was before an unscheduled month off. Morgan will lead the Three Lions out in Monday's one-off NatWest T20 against ...

Time to go back to school - but at what cost? - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
School uniforms cost parents in the Humber and Yorkshire region just 45p per day on average, and the real drain on many family budgets is what children wear when they’re not in school, according to new research. The back-to-school uniform shop is almost ...

Steve Housham delighted as Gainsborough Trinity beat Boston United - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
Trinity secured their first home win over Boston in 20 years as a second half Nick Bignall goal secured all three points for the Blues in an entertaining Lincolnshire Derby. Bignall took advantage of a goalkeeping error to roll the ball into an empty net ...

UUP votes to withdraw from government over Provisional IRA claims - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
Senior members of the Ulster Unionist Party have voted to withdraw from Northern Ireland's power-sharing government over claims the Provisional IRA (PIRA) still exists. UUP leader Mike Nesbitt proposed the exit in response to a police assessment that ...

New exhibition based on coroners' reports reveals untold tragedies of WWI - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
A lovesick woman who threw herself off a pier and a soldier who died from a boxing bout are among wartime tragedies uncovered in a new exhibition. Time And Tide is the result of the examination of coroners' reports on deaths on the home front in Lancaster ...

Shoreham air crash: Memorial events held to remember victims - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
Thousands of people in communities touched by the Shoreham air crash gathered at memorial events one week on from the disaster which claimed 11 lives. A minute's silence was observed at 1.20pm yesterday, the time last Saturday when the vintage Hawker ...

Notting Hill Carnival crowds warned to be ready for rainy festival - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
Revellers flocking to Notting Hill Carnival in their hundreds of thousands have been warned to take umbrellas and waterproofs for a rainy edition of Europe's largest street festival. Up to a million visitors are expected to descend on west London for the ...

Peter Greste: PM meeting with Egyptian leader 'completely inappropriate' - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
It would be "completely inappropriate" for the Government to host talks with Egyptian president Abdel Fattah al-Sisi later this year after a court in his country sentenced three Al-Jazeera English journalists to three years in prison, one of the reporters ...

Crystal Palace claim surprise win over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
Jose Mourinho's 100th Premier League home match as Chelsea boss saw a second loss as Crystal Palace claimed their first win at Stamford Bridge in 33 years. Chelsea secured the title with a 1-0 defeat of Palace on May 3 but the Eagles were triumphant on ...

Fabricio Coloccini's own goal gives Arsenal 1-0 win over Newcastle - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
Fabricio Coloccini's own goal handed Arsenal a hard-fought victory at Newcastle after controversial striker Aleksandar Mitrovic was sent off just 16 minutes into the game. The Serbia international, who has now picked up two bookings and a sending-off in ...

Nightmare on the Knavesmire for many punters at York’s Ebor Festival - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
While York’s Ebor Festival remains one of the most enjoyable meetings of the Flat season, it has harnessed a horrible habit of kicking punters in the teeth over the years. Last week’s renewal was no different as the eclipse of Investec Derby winner ...

Doctor Who and Sherlock writer Moffat backs 'madly varied' BBC - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
The man behind some of the BBC's biggest shows, including Sherlock and Doctor Who, has asked people to imagine what the world would be like without the "insane variety" of the BBC. TV writer Steven Moffat again voiced his support for the corporation and ...

Judy Murray: Andy faces tough US Open match against Nick Kyrgios - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
Andy Murray has been dealt a tough opening match as he prepares to take on Australia's Nick Kyrgios in the US Open, his mother Judy said. The British number one has beaten him twice this year but Kyrgios has previously seen off both Roger Federer and ...

Brian May vows legal action over badger cull extension - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
Rock musician Brian May has promised legal action over the Government's decision to extend the cull of badgers in the face of condemnation from animal rights groups. Natural England has authorised a four-year licence for Dorset, where b etween 615 and 835 ...

Badger cull in Dorset condemned by animal rights campaigners - GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD
Animal rights campaigners have condemned a Government decision to extend badger culls to Dorset in a bid to control the spread of TB in cattle. Farming minister George Eustice insisted "strong action" was needed to eradicate the disease as it was confirmed ...

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