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    Looking ahead – Cricket in 2023

    Speaking of the Australians, they arrive in the summer for one of the most hotly anticipated Ashes series in memory.

    A New Dawn For English Cricket?

    If there is any leadership team designed to ward off fears of a repeat of that match, it must be Ben Stokes and Brendon McCullum, the latter the new red-ball men’s head coach.

    The Ashes and the Place of Cricket in the 21st Century

    "I know the game I fell in love with as a child, that I remember my grandfather through, will not be the same again in the 21st century."

    This is England: Football and the nation

    The national team celebrated diversity, embraced difference, and spoke up for those facing oppression. But this fails to map onto society at large. They showed what Englishness and our idea of the nation could be, but not what it is. The ideal of England offered throughout this tournament was just that: an ideal, far removed from reality.

    Taming the lions: What Southgate’s emotionally intelligent leadership can teach a divided nation

    "From gestural activism to nationalistic bigotry and xenophobia, in the face of it all, Southgate has shown integrity, humanity and strength of character, and the trophy his team are fighting so graciously for is indelibly carved with the mark of respect."

    Opinion: Ignore those saying otherwise – coronavirus has proven that devolution works

    "Covid-19 has, in many ways, been an endorsement, rather than an exposé, for the future of devolution."

    The greatest Ashes innings ever?

    Ben Stokes now ranks among British sport's greats.

    Room for improvement for England after narrow win against South Africa

    Fine tuning required after England snatch victory with only a point against South Africa

    The shameful truth about Churchill

    Despite Winston Churchill's major role in one of the greatest famines in the history of mankind he is still unduly lauded by the British people

    “If we dig in and accept the challenge, it is very much in our hands”

    Ahead of Thursday's Varsity Match, former Saracens flanker Andy Saull tells Matt Roller that he is playing the most unselfish rugby of his career

    Ben Stokes’ arrest has killed England’s Ashes chances

    Jack Beadsworth sees little cause for optimism ahead of England's tour Down Under

    The State of English Management

    The sacking of Francesco Guidolin, on his birthday, represents somewhat uncommon ground for Swansea City as of late. It is a club that saw...

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