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Articles from June 22, 2017

Abraham Shows No Fear as He Makes England Tick
Byline: Seb Stafford-Bloor in Kielce, Poland AMMY ABRAHAM is one of the reasons why England are growing into the European Under-21 Championship. The Chelsea forward, who is poised to join Swansea on loan, provides England with a valuable attacking...
Airbnb 'Ready to Help Homeless Victims'
Byline: Ross Lydall LONDONERS who let out their homes through Airbnb are being put on standby to help the victims of the Grenfell Tower disaster. About 350 spare rooms are already being offered free to British Red Cross workers managing the relief...
All the President's Menus; Every Politician Needs a Favourite Restaurant for Plotting and Networking Late into the Night. Our Critic Gets a Top Table -- and a Taste for Power -- at Emmanuel Macron's Parisian Haunt la Rotonde
Byline: Fay Maschler IT WAS seven years ago that Gerard Tafanel -- who with his brother Serge owns the Montparnasse brasserie La Rotonde -- said to one of his regular customers: "You will be president one day." That customer, described by the waiters...
An Outstanding Otello; OPERA
OTELLO Royal Opera, WC2 BARRY MILLINGTON FOR perfectly sound reasons, the Otello in Verdi's opera falls prey to jealousy even more precipitately than his Shakespearian counterpart. Rarely has that gnawing suspicion seemed as convincing or moving as...
At Long Last, Algy Is Getting the Returns He So Richly Deserves
Byline: Anthony Hilton city comment ALGY Cluff, one of the pioneers of the original oil discoveries in the North Sea a generation ago, received an OBE last weekend in the Queen's Birthday honours list for his contributions to business, of course,...
Back to Centre Stage for the Superhumans
Byline: Matt Majendie Sports Correspondent LONDON 2012 gave the impression, however briefly, of a less cynical time. As Sebastian Coe said in his closing address: "We will never think of sport the same way and we will never think of disability the...
Barrier Raises Hackles Down on the Rio Grande
Byline: Miranda Bryant LETTER FROM presido, texas STANDING on the northern side of the Rio Grande, on the frontier between the US and Mexico, it is almost impossible to imagine this idyllic wilderness being split in two by a huge wall. With Big...
Beckinsale Finds Love with Actor Half Her Age
Byline: David Gardner KATE BECKINSALE is dating a man less than half her age, according to reports. The British actress, 43, was photographed kissing actor and comic Matt Rife, 21, in West Hollywood in the early hours of yesterday. The pictures...
'Best Ideas' Wanted from Developers as Three Hospitals Look to Rebuild
Byline: Ross Lydall Health Editor PROPERTY developers were today urged to get involved in the PS900 million transformation of one of the country's best-known NHS hospitals. Health chiefs hope to strike a deal for St Mary's that will allow a rebuild...
Best of the Best: City Stars and Turnaround Champions Making Waves in the Square Mile
WITH just a week to go to the Evening Standard Business Awards, we turn our attention to the companies that are in the running for Business of the Year and have made their mark through outstanding performance, strategy or innovation. We also take a...
'Bright Future for Paralympic Sport after Planets Aligned at London 2012'
Byline: Matt Majendie THE boss of Paralympic sport has declared "we're not going anywhere" and that London 2017 will give it a further boost. International Paralympic Committee president Sir Philip Craven praised London 2012 for "the planets...
Britain Would Do Better to 'Soften' Brexit Demands, Says Senior MEP; PM Warned over Risk of Bespoke Deal as She Heads to Summit Dinner
Byline: Joe Murphy Political Editor exclusive THERESA MAY was today urged by a senior European official to "soften" her Brexit demands if she wants a successful deal for Britain. Guy Verhofstadt, the Brexit co-ordinator for the European Parliament,...
Buildings Award for Housing Estate near Tragic Tower
Byline: Lizzie Rivera and Jonathan Prynn AN "exemplary" west London housing estate has won one of the leading awards in architecture. The Silchester estate in North Kensington was one of 49 projects across the UK to be recognised by the Royal...
Conduct the Brexit Talks in a More Mature Fashion
PREDICTABLY, Remain voters have taken great delight in reports that the Brexit talks started off with European Union negotiators treating our representatives as if they were naughty schoolchildren called to the headmaster's study. However, nobody...
Culture Vultures Flock to the V&A Summer Party
Byline: Politics, party and pillow talk. Edited by Joy Lo Dico A GLITTERING crowd flocked to Victoria and Albert museum's Madejski garden for its summer party last night. New V&A director Tristram Hunt was in great demand, and was glowing with...
Dad Gave Me Strong Values; at Just 31, Georgia Gould Is the New Leader of Camden Council. She Talks Brexit, Youth Votes and Being One of 'Blair's Babies' with Susannah Butter
Byline: Susannah Butter WHEN Georgia Gould applied to be leader of Camden council she was asked what equipped her for the job. "I said tenacious optimism," she says in appropriately cheery tones. It worked. Gould, who is 31, is delighted that Camden's...
Deliveroo-Ed to Your Door by the Boss; Founder Tells How He Takes to the Road as BBC Goes Behind the Scenes
Byline: Mark Blunden Technology Reporter TELEVISION cameras have been allowed inside Deliveroo's London headquarters for the first time as the company prepares for the outcome of a legal battle over the job status of thousands of moped and bike...
Discover Your Type; Technology Keyboard Add-Ons Offer Instant Lols and Emoji Recognition to Speed Up Your Chat. Phoebe Luckhurst Puts the New Texting Tools to the Test
Byline: Phoebe Luckhurst IT HAS never been easier to say what you think. There are words, of course, but you can now employ emojis or GIFs, or -- if you are using the latest version of iOS -- send a text that presents itself in a deluge of balloons,...
Donald Proves to Be a Hit in Cooper's Haunting Thriller; Edited by Toby Earle London Live TV Reporter @Tobyontv London Live
Byline: Toby Earle The Disappearance London Live, 10pm Marriage to a contract killer must be testing; your partner vanishes for weeks on end without a word on where they're going, much less who's they off to slay, and then they return and use the...
England Look to Handle Broad with Care after Injury Returns
Byline: Tom Collomosse Cricket Correspondent ENGLAND are weighing up whether to risk Stuart Broad in the opening Test of the summer against South Africa due to the fast bowler's ongoing heel problem. Broad had a scan after he was able to bowl...
Fallen Tech Star Up for Sale after Apple Row Bites
Byline: Simon English CHIPS designer Imagination Technologies today put itself up for sale, two months after a row with Apple saw its shares slump more than 60%. The firm was regarded as a leading light in Britain's burgeoning tech sector, but...
Family of 'Missing' Woman Reveal She Was Rescued from 18th Floor by Hero Fireman
Byline: Matt Watts and Rachel Dickerson A WOMAN who appeared on missing persons posters after the Grenfell Tower fire is alive and was saved by a fireman, her family revealed today. Friends of Fadumo Ahmed, 32, who lived on the 19th floor of...
Fifties Are My Chance to Shine, Says Jackie and Alien Star Billy
Byline: Alistair Foster'showbiz news and gossip Alistair Foster Showbusiness Correspondent BILLY CRUDUP says he is still trying to find someone to spend the rest of his life with -- and is looking forward to being in his fifties. The US actor,...
Foreign Operators Vie to Run PS56 Billion HS2 Train Route
Byline: Angela Jameson FOUR foreign rail companies have been shortlisted to run the PS56 billion HS2 line, reigniting a row about overseas ownership of Britain's railways. The shortlisted companies are First Group with Italy's state-owned railway...
Gatland's Fight for Respect Rests on Ultimate Test; the Head Coach Gets Little Credit in His Home Country for His Career. A Series Win Here Would Change That. Jim Kayes Reports from Auckland
Byline: Jim Kayes WARREN GATLAND was eight years old when the Lions won their only Test series in New Zealand. He was dumbfounded that a team existed that was better than the All Blacks. Now the British and Irish coach is trying to mastermind...
GATLAND URGES HIS LIONS TO BE BRAVE; COACH'S RALLYING CRY AFTER HE REVEALS BOLD SELECTIONS Time to Be Bold and Courageous
Byline: Jim Kayes in Auckland WARREN GATLAND said today the Lions will have to be bold and courageous if they are to beat the All Blacks and thinks he has shown the way with his selections for the First Test. Gatland has named Wales wing Liam...
GATLAND URGES HIS LIONS TO BE BRAVE; COACH'S RALLYING CRY AFTER HE REVEALS BOLD SELECTIONSTime to Be Bold and Courageous
Byline: Jim Kayes in Auckland WARREN GATLAND said today the Lions will have to be bold and courageous if they are to beat the All Blacks -- and thinks he has shown the way with his selections for the First Test. Gatland has named Wales wing Liam...
Harry Has Speed to Cut Down Aidan's Pace Ace
Byline: Jonathan Hunn THE Coronation Stakes and Commonwealth Cup share top billing on the fourth day of Royal Ascot tomorrow but it is the latter race which is likely to set the pulse racing. Aidan O'Brien has described Caravaggio as the quickest...
Hill Climb Stars in Pole Position at Goodwood Festival of Speed
Byline: David Williams ROAD SAFETY WRITER OF THE YEAR 2017 THE curtain goes up on the biggest and best-known motoring event of them all in a week's time the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Nearly 200,000 people will descend on the beautiful West Sussex...
How Long Can the Dovish Governor Keep Hawks at Bay?
Byline: ECONOMIC ANALYSIS Russell Lynch WHAT comes first: Brexit or a Bank of England rate rise? If financial markets are a guide not always the case the UK will be saying auf wiedersehen to the European Union before there's a majority among Threadneedle...
I'm Excited about Telling Female Stories; 43 @Thestandardarts in Association withTheatre after Scoring Hits with War Horse and Angels in America, Director Marianne Elliott Is Starting Her Own Theatre Company with a Very Different Kind of Play, She Tells Nick Curtis
Byline: Nick Curtis MARIANNE Elliott, the award-garlanded National Theatre director behind bold hits such as War Horse (with Tom Morris), The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time and the recent, extravagantly audacious revival of Tony Kushner's...
In Danger of Toppling under Its Own Weight
THE MINISTRY OF UTMOST HAPPINESS by Arundhati Roy (Hamish Hamilton, PS18.99) ARIFA AKBAR WHEN, in 1997, Arundhati Roy won the Booker Prize for her debut novel, she collected the award and promptly abjured the whole business of writing fiction for two...
It's All about Respect for Lions ... and Gatland; the Head Coach Gets Little Credit in His Home Country for His Career. A Series Win Here Would Change That. Jim Kayes Reports from Auckland
Byline: Jim Kayes WARREN GATLAND was eight years old when the Lions won their only Test series in New Zealand. He was dumbfounded that a team existed that was better than the All Blacks. Now the British and Irish coach is trying to mastermind...
I Want to Empower People; but Multi-Talented Double Champion Kadeena Cox Tells Matt Majendie She Doesn't like Being Called an Inspiration
Byline: Matt Majendie EPISODES. The word is innocuous enough and Kadeena Cox brushes off her "episodes", as she refers to them, as though they are a mere inconvenience. But when they strike -- the last happened just two months before the Paralympics...
I Watched My Son Slip Away after He Was Knifed in Back, Says Father; Family's Grief as Youths Are Found Guilty of Murder
Byline: Barney Davis THE father of a business student stabbed while protecting friends outside a Tube station has told how he watched his "peaceful, loving son" slip away in hospital. Hussein Ahmed, 18, was stabbed in the back with a nine-inch...
Jonas: I Worked with Raye after Uber Driver's Five-Star Rating
Byline: Alistair Foster'showbiz news and gossip PRODUCER and DJ Jonas Blue has revealed he teamed up with Raye after a tip-off from an Uber driver. Blue, who has collaborated with a handful of rising stars, reached out to the London singer, 19,...
Kandinsky Breaks Auction Record at Sotheby's Twice in One Night
Byline: Robert Dex Arts Correspondent THE auction record for Kandinsky was smashed twice in a night, with one of his paintings going for PS21 million and a second minutes later for PS33 million. Sotheby's hailed a "momentous" evening at its New...
Khan to Shut 50% of Police Station Front Counters
Byline: Pippa Crerar City Hall Editor SADIQ KHAN is planning to close half of London's remaining 73 police station front counters, it emerged today. The Mayor's officials are drawing up a blueprint to keep just one 24-hour police station open...
Learning the Lessons of the Grenfell Tower Fire; Established 1827
THE Prime Minister's statement today in the Commons on the Grenfell Tower fire confirms what many people feared: there are other tower blocks with combustible cladding. She says local authorities and the fire services are taking "all possible steps"...
Let Foreign Taxpayers Take the Strain of Rail Franchises
Byline: COMMENTARY Jim Armitage City Editor SHARES in all Britain's public transport companies fell this morning except National Express. That tells you all you need to know about bidding for British rail franchises. Why? Because National Express...
London Is Perfect for These Championships, We're a Beacon of Equality
Byline: Sadiq Khan PARA ATHLETICS is coming home. In just over three weeks, our great city will again be the stage for the biggest global sporting event of the year. No city has hosted the IPC World Para Athletics Championships and the IAAF World...
London Population Surges to All-Time High of 8.8 Million
Byline: Jonathan Prynn Consumer Business Editor LONDON'S population surged by more than 100,000 last year to hit a new alltime high of almost 8.8 million, latest official figures reveal today. The capital was once again the nation's fastest-growing...
Meet Generation Avo; Usually Found on Tinder, They Splurge on Flat Whites but Have Given Up Any Hope of Actually Owninga Flat. Max Norman and Dave Christie-Millar Reveal All about Centennials from Dating to Politics
Byline: Max Norman and Dave Christie-Millar WHEN you arrive in London as two fresh-faced graduates excited to get on with life but realise over time you're just two twentysomething nothings living in a brunch-crazed world, you know it's time to...
Memorial for African and Caribbean War Veterans Is Unveiled
TODAY'S unveiling of Britain's first war memorial for African and Caribbean servicemen and women is "history in the making", according to a soldier who supported the scheme. Reservist Major Larry Davis has worked with the Nubian Jak Trust to make...
Minister to Order Defence Review as Experts Warn of 'PS20bn Deficit'
Byline: Robert Fox Defence Editor MINISTERS are set to launch an emergency defence review before the end of the year to tackle a growing black hole in military finances. Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon is reported to have warned Theresa...
Mo: I'm on Track for Emotional Farewell to Fans at Olympic Park
Byline: Lizzie Edmonds SIR MO FARAH has told how he is ready to bid an emotional goodbye to track racing, saying that all good things "come to an end". Britain's most successful athlete told the Standard he would be feeling "every emotion" when...
MORE 'DEATH TRAPS' FOUND; FIVE TOWER BLOCKS ON LONDON ESTATE HAVE FIRE-RISK CLADDING Work Starts on Removing Danger Cladding from Camden Towers We Can't and Will Not Ask People to Live in Unsafe Homes, Says May
Byline: Nicholas Cecil and Kate Proctor THOUSANDS of people may be living in tower blocks with flammable cladding, Theresa May warned today. Up to 600 high-rise buildings have a similar type of cladding to that used on Grenfell Tower. Some are...
MORE 'DEATH TRAPS' FOUN?TESTS REVEAL OTHER TOWERS; TESTS REVEAL OTHER TOWERS HAVE BLAZE DANGER CLADDING MAY TELLS MPs: WE CAN'T ASK PEOPLE TO LIVE IN UNSAFE HOMESThousands May Have to Beevacuated from Danger towersNo Hiding Place for Guilty Parties in Judge-Led Inquiry into Blaze, Says PM
Byline: Nicholas Cecil and Kate Proctor THOUSANDS of people may be living in tower blocks with flammable cladding, Theresa May said today. The Prime Minister told the Commons that samples of material sent in by councils following the Grenfell Tower...
MPs Now Call on Kensington Council Leader to Follow Its Chief Executive by Resigning
Byline: Nicholas Cecil Deputy Political Editor THE leader of Kensington and Chelsea council was today urged to follow its chief executive and resign over the Grenfell Tower disaster. Labour MPs David Lammy and Andy Slaughter called on Nicholas...
New Rail Walkout Ballot as Report Blames Strikes for Southern Chaos
Byline: Dick Murray and Joe Murphy STRIKING rail staff were the "primary cause" of chaos and misery for Southern passengers, a report ruled today as union barons called a ballot on a new walkout which would disrupt the summer holidays. Industrial...
New Rail Walkout Planned as Report Blames Strikes for Southern Chaos
Byline: Dick Murray and Joe Murphy STRIKING rail staff were the "primary cause" of chaos and misery for Southern passengers, a report ruled today as union barons called a ballot on a new walkout which would disrupt the summer holidays. Industrial...
O'Mahony: Axel Would Have Said, Just Be Yourself
Byline: Jim Kayes in Auckland LIONS captain Peter O'Mahony knows what his old Munster mentor Anthony Foley would say before Saturday's First Test against the All Blacks. "Just be yourself," would be the instructions from the man known as Axel,...
One of the Best Ever Memoirs of What Battle Is Really Like
WE WERE WARRIORS: ONE SOLDIER'S STORY OF BRUTAL COMBAT by Johnny Mercer (Sidgwick & Jackson, PS18.99) ROBERT FOX THE summer of 2010 was a bad and bloody season for Johnny Mercer, now the re-elected Conservative MP for Plymouth Moor but then in...
Painting Used to Be an Olympic Sport; in the Latest in His Series on Striking Images, Our Columnist Looks at Some of the Stranger Activities Included in the Games
Byline: Charles Saatchi the naked eye BRITAIN'S Alfred Reginald Thompson painted his way to a gold medal at the 1948 Olympic Games, with a canvas depicting a boxing match. Britain also managed to win a silver in the sculpture competition, with a...
PAPERBACKS William Leith
Byline: William Leith THE LONG AND WINDING ROAD by Alan Johnson (Corgi, PS8.99) ALAN Johnson, a former Home Secretary, tells us about the time he got in to power. In some ways, he seems to be the anti-Alan Clark. He grew up poor, was a mod, a lover...
Paracetamol Warning to Pregnant Women over Effect on Boys
Byline: Ross Lydall Health Editor PREGNANT women were today advised to limit their use of paracetamol after scientists found that mice given it in the womb became "less masculine". The international study, from wellregarded experts, is the first...
Peacock Feeling Invincible with Pfaff in His Corner Again; 'Best Coach in World' Gives British Sprinter Confidence That He Could Hit New Heights When He Lines Up in Front of the Home Fans
Byline: Matt Majendie Sports Correspondent ONNIE PEACOCK has had months to ponder how London 2017 may play out. JFor a time, it came down to a head-to-head with world record holder Richard Browne but the American has struggled to recapture his...
Political Mind Games
Byline: RosamundUrwin ARE you feeling naughty? Like holdan-utterly-unnecessary-generalelection-at-a-cost-to-the-taxpayer-ofover-PS100-million badly behaved? Then the internet has the answer: you too can be like Theresa May, the dead PM walking,...
Power to the Pedal; Trends the Next Generation of Wheels Are Lighter, Faster, Foldable and Available to Hire. Get on Your Bike, Says Jimi Famurewa
Byline: Jimi Famurewa EVERY type of bike comes with its own distinct bit of cultural baggage. Fixies, of course, still imply an owner with a fondness for geometric wrist tattoos and a career at a small-batch sake distillery. A top-end carbon fibre...
Raise a Glass of Beer to Oktoberfest on Thames
Byline: Ben Norum A BAVARIAN-STYLE beer hall will pop up by the Thames this autumn for what looks set to be London's biggest Oktoberfest event. It will ship in more than 250,000 pints of German beer for its two-anda-half week run. Up to 5,000...
Record Sales but Final Push Is Launched to Fill the Stadium
TICKET sales for the 2017 World Para Athletics Championships have already hit record levels, writes Matt Majendie. In fact, sales of 230,000 are more than the previous seven editions of the championships combined. However, London 2017 chairman...
Rehm Will Continue to Fight as His Great Leap into the Unknown Is Put on Hold
Byline: Matt Majendie MARKUS REHM is fresh from writing an email to Sebastian Coe. Rehm is not a thorn in Coe's side, but the debate over the eligibility of the Paralympic long jump champion to compete against ablebodied athletes is both complex...
Secrets of My Success; Robert Cook UK Boss, Virgin Active
What do you do? I'M THE UK managing director of the biggest health and fitness group in the world. I'm relatively new I joined a year ago after a 30-year career in hospitality, most recently at hotels group De Vere. I split my time between head office...
Stars
Byline: SHELLEY VON STRUNCKEL Aries March 20 - April 18 It is not that you have been ignoring certain domestic matters as much as something else has always taken priority. Now, however, one particular issue has become pressing. While resolving it...
Stinging Comedy Takes a Left Turn
THEATRE GLORIA Hampstead, NW3 HENRY HITCHINGS AT 32, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins is one of America's boldest young playwrights, but British audiences are only just starting to discover his work. The provocative An Octoroon can currently be seen at Richmond's...
Strong and Stable? Try Telling That to Suffering Teachers and Schoolchildren
Byline: RosamundUrwin OUR school's broken," a boy at Forest Hill School in Lewisham told his teacher last week. "Nobody cares about us." That second part isn't quite true: his teachers care so much they've gone on strike. Tuesday was the ninth day...
Techno Legends Are Back in Black (Bodysuits); REVIEW
Byline: DAVID SMYTH KRAFTWERK Royal Albert Hall, SW7 WHILE many heritage acts can get away with carting out the old favourites without really trying, there are few more carefully curated legacies than Kraftwerk's. Theirs is a precious catalogue,...
The Big Things That Come in Remarkably Small Packages Making Our World a Better, Safer Place; Trends from Nanosatellites to Mini 3D Organs, Diminutive Tech Is Taking Giant Strides in Research, Says Katie Strick
Byline: Katie Strick TINY tech doesn't have to mean tiny impact. Miniature devices are making breakthroughs -- not just in technology but in science, health and energy. Israel launched its first research nanosatellite earlier this year, measuring...
The Garden Bridge Can Help This City Retain Its Global Status; despite Issues over Its Funding, the Benefits of Thomas Heatherwick's Revolutionary Project Still Far Outweigh the Negatives for London
Byline: Richard Rogers THE River Thames should be London's greatest asset but for centuries it was a barrier rather than a connection. London turned its back on the dirty old industrial river, and it is only over the past 30 years that the city...
The Must-See Show for Turbulent Times
EXHIBITION THE PLACE IS HERE South London Gallery, SE5 BEN LUKE MUCH Eighties art now feels quaintly remote and dated. But the work of black and Asian artists in that turbulent decade is only now getting wide institutional recognition. The works and...
The Mysterious Man Behind Our Greatest Museum
COLLECTING THE WORLD: THE LIFE AND CURIOSITY OF HANS SLOANE by James Delbourgo (Allen Lane, PS25) FRANCES WILSON THE ghost of Sir Hans Sloane is everywhere in London. He haunts Hans Town, Hans Place, Sloane Square and Sloane Street. Following his death...
The Young and Old Can Easily Rise above the Great Generation Divide
Byline: Daisy Dunn VINCE Cable, it seems, has read the mood. It's time for the old and the young to start co-operating. If the 74-year-old former business secretary becomes leader of the Lib-Dems, it is believed he'll give up his post to Jo Swinson,...
Thompson Is Happy to Remain the Invisible Man
Byline: Matt Majendie at Queen's Club AS the sun beat down on Queen's Club yesterday, Jordan Thompson was virtually invisible to the thousands through the gates for the Aegon Championships. For an hour, he was put through his paces by coach Des...
Time for City to Support the Accused
IT HAS taken the Serious Fraud Office almost 10 years to bring charges against four men who were, in their day, among the most senior executives of Barclays Bank. The allegations against them, which were made public on Tuesday, are in connection...
Trump: I'll Put Beautiful Solar Panels on Mexico Border Wall
Byline: David Gardner US Correspondent DONALD TRUMP is considering building a wall along the Mexican border clad with "beautiful" solar panels that would "create energy and pay for itself ". The president touted the plan at a raucous rally in...
Virtual Gigs Firm Wows Fans in City with Microsoft Tie-Up
Byline: MARKET ROUND-UP Jamie Nimmo AMID all the noise of Brexit, political turmoil, weaker oil prices, and central banks' machinations, investors tuned into a small AIM company today. EVR Holdings, which creates virtual reality content of gigs,...
Whatever You Say, It's Good to Talk
YOU'RE THE ONLY ONE I CAN TELL: INSIDE THE LANGUAGE OF WOMEN'S FRIENDSHIPS by Deborah Tannen (Virago, PS12.99) JOHANNA THOMAS-CORR CONSIDERING that most women rely on their BFFs to be proxy therapists, cheerleaders, coconspirators, babysitters, career...
Williams Has the X-Factor Needed to Threaten the All Blacks on Home Turf
Byline: Chris Jones LIAM WILLIAMS has forced his way into the Lions Test team because he possesses the "X-factor" that will be needed if the All Blacks are to beaten. The world champions have not lost at Eden Park since 1994 and it will take...
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