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    1. July 24, 2015

      The best of Britain in cricket and other sports

      Half-Time: The Glorious Summer of 1934, by Robert Winder, Wisden, RRP£18.99, 272 pages The Test: My Life, and the...

    2. July 21, 2014

      Amadeus, Chichester Festival Theatre, Chichester, West Sussex, UK – review

      Snatches of Mozart’s sublime music run tantalisingly through Jonathan Church’s excellent revival of Peter Shaffer’s...

    1. July 8, 2013

      Murray shows next generation the rewards of hard graft

      The morning after Andy Murray’s strength-sapping, epoch-making Wimbledon triumph, British tennis was looking and...

    2. FT Tech Hub

      August 29, 2012

      Tech M&A valuations double

      Valuations in technology mergers and acquisitions nearly doubled last year and have continued to rise into 2012, even...

    3. July 9, 2012

      Thomson Reuters pays $625m for FXall

      Thomson Reuters, the financial information provider, is to buy FX Alliance, a US electronic currencies trading...

    4. February 19, 2012

      Limit private hospital cherry-picking, say researchers

      Since Andrew Lansley first unveiled his sweeping reforms to the National Health Service, critics have cast them as an...

    5. November 26, 2010

      The trend: Raw recruits

      Dave Paull and herd at Hurdlebrook Farm It is rare for a new food trend to be led by the consumer, but that is exactly...

    6. September 27, 2010

      Automated trades: Man and machinery in perfect harmony

      The jump in FX daily turnover seen by the Bank for International Settlements in its recent survey was largely...

    7. February 2, 2009

      Finance to British manufacturers refused

      Royal Bank of Scotland has said it and other banks are refusing to provide finance for British manufacturers looking to...

    8. May 9, 2008

      England hope for a safe hands

      A home series against New Zealand may well not stir the blood of England cricketers as much as some other opponents,...

    9. April 11, 2008

      County spotlight shines bright

      Cricket’s more pessimistic followers are adamant that the launch of the Indian Premier League next Friday will sound...

    10. November 5, 2007

      Managers failing to gain their workers’ trust

      Investors in People UK has warned of a crisis in the workplace after half of employees reported that their managers...

    11. May 24, 2007

      A new definition of 'McJob' with a side order of skills and opportunities

      From Sir Digby Jones and others. Sir, The service sector plays a crucial role in the UK economy and equips people with...

    12. December 19, 2006

      Ashes to ashes

      Dear Father Cricketmas, In my stocking I would like: 1. New legs for my Michael Vaughan Action Man, since the old ones...

    13. December 8, 2006

      ICI still standing test of time

      As ICI celebrated its 80th anniversary yesterday, industry observers were wondering whether it would be its last. The...

    14. November 15, 2006

      Trescothick ruled out of Ashes series

      England opening batsman Marcus Trescothick has left Australia and is out of the Ashes tour after suffering a recurrence...

    15. October 12, 2006

      The serious problems of risk-based regulation and inspection

      From Mr Simon Jones. Sir, With reference to your interview with Günter Verheugen: the most serious general problem...

    16. August 30, 2006

      Shoaib on fast track for one-day ties

      Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar has ominously warned England he will crank up the pace during the NatWest Series....

    17. July 10, 2006

      SPORT - NEWS IN BRIEF

      *CRICKET England have named swing bowler Matthew Hoggard in a 13-man squad for the first test against Pakistan...

    18. June 9, 2006

      Henin earns final berth

      Justine Henin-Hardenne, twice a French Open champion, yesterday earned another berth in the final, taking advantage of...

    19. May 13, 2006

      Mahmood stars as Sri Lankans lurch to catastrophe

      There are moments on a cricket field when, for one team, the result of the game in progress has ceased to have any...

    20. May 6, 2006

      ROUND-UP

      *Summer has arrived and to prove it two classics will be run this weekend at Newmarket, the HQ of Flat racing, writes...

    21. May 3, 2006

      Mahmood in line for England call

      England cricket selectors were forced into a rapid rethink on Tuesday as the injury travails that plagued the recent...

    22. April 22, 2006

      ROUND-UP

      *England striker Michael Owen was unexpectedly named in Newcastle's squad for today's home Premier League match with...

    23. March 17, 2006

      Harmison out in new blow for England

      England's cricket tour of India lurched further into disarray yesterday as Steve Harmison was ruled out of the...

    24. February 28, 2006

      Vaughan and Jones fly home

      England's cricketers must be pondering what could possibly happen next on their ill-fated tour of India after matters...

    25. February 24, 2006

      Vaughan in doubt for Test

      England's troubles at the start of their India tour increased yesterday when it emerged that captain Michael Vaughan...

    26. February 23, 2006

      Uefa tackles 'crime' threat

      Uefa chief executive Lars-Christer Olsson fears European football could be ''taken hostage" by a criminal element if...

    27. December 31, 2005

      New Year’s Honours highlights

      KNIGHTS John Dankworth, jazz musician. Keith Mills, chief executive London 2012. Arnold Wesker, playwright and...

    28. October 22, 2005

      Afridi poses powerful threat to England

      Few sporting tours have begun under quite so sombre a cloud as that overshadowing England's departure on Tuesday for...

    29. October 21, 2005

      Afridi poses powerful threat to England

      Few sporting tours have commenced under quite so sombre a cloud as that overshadowing England’s departure on Tuesday...

    30. October 5, 2005

      Jones ruled out of Pakistan tour

      England have ruled injured fast bowler Simon Jones out of their tour to Pakistan. Jones damaged his right ankle in the...

    31. September 20, 2005

      England spring more surprises

      Capping a summer of surprises, the England selectors, widely praised for their faith in youth and the state school...

    32. September 16, 2005

      Sultans of swing

      If there’s one phrase that will stick with me from this summer’s fantastic Ashes cricket series, it would have to be...

    33. September 8, 2005

      SPORT NEWS IN BRIEF

      Glenn McGrath, Australia's premier pace bowler, has recovered from his elbow injury and will play in today's crucial...

    34. September 7, 2005

      Jones out of Ashes decider

      England bowler Simon Jones is "gutted" to be missing out on the final Ashes Test after expecting to be fit to face...

    35. August 30, 2005

      Injury worry for paceman Jones

      England coach Duncan Fletcher admits Simon Jones will struggle to be fit for the final Ashes Test against Australia at...

    36. August 12, 2005

      Australia totter at full-frontal assault

      There is a familiar smell emanating from one of the teams in the Old Trafford Test: the whiff of failure, crisis and...

    37. August 8, 2005

      England win Test thrillerby two runs

      "I suppose it just got big quick." With those seven words, Michael Kasprowicz sought to sum up the Steve Harmison...

    38. July 29, 2005

      No time for cricketing panic

      It is wholly appropriate a team that already includes Simon Jones and Geraint Jones should this week apparently co-opt,...

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