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- Middlesex chairman apologises for 'painful' and 'outdated' views on black and South Asian interest
Middlesex chairman Mike O'Farrell apologises for comments on black and South Asian interest in cricket that were called "painful" and "outdated" by ex-England player Ebony Rainford-Brent.
- Star Hobson: Bradford Council children's services to be run independently
The government announces Bradford's children's services will be run by an independent trust.
- Roy Hodgson: Watford appoint former England boss as new manager
Watford appoint former England, Liverpool and Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson as manager.
- Six Nations: England and Gloucester wing Jonny May to see specialists over knee injury
England wing Jonny May could miss the entire Six Nations with a knee injury and is to see specialists to decide on when he can return.
- Tarleton couple who admitted 'barbaric' pony cruelty spared jail
Barbara and Jack Carter gave nine horses, eight of which were put down, an "awful life", the RSPCA says.