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Articles from February 9, 2018

1.folktronica Queen Beth Orton Roundhouse, [...]
1.Folktronica queen Beth Orton Roundhouse, NW1. Tomorrow The singer-songwriter performs music from across her career, supported by the Roundhouse choir. 5 roundhouse.org.uk 2. Out and proud The York Realist Donmar Warehouse, WC2. Until March 24...
Airbnb Accuses Rivals of Failing to Deal with 'Hotels by the Back Door'
Byline: Jonathan Prynn and Robin de Peyer A ROW has broken out between Airbnb and rival online letting agencies over rules that are supposed to stop hosts letting out their homes for more than 90 days a year. The Californian company says that...
All Hail King T'Challa; Film of the Week This Superhero Romp Features a Host of London Talent and Has Lots to Say about the Plundering of Africa and Racial Oppression
Byline: Matthew Norman BLACK PANTHER Cert 12A, 134 mins IF ONE catch-all criticism straddles almost every superhero movie, it is "too long". So it goes with Black Panther although fittingly for a film that joyfully shatters genre convention, not...
Alli Must Be Brighter and Beat the Bad Habit of Diving; in Association With
Byline: Danny Murphy Weekend briefing TOTTENHAM v ARSENAL DELE ALLI needs to practise staying on his feet, otherwise he will find himself with a problem. The idea of training himself not to dive might seem strange, but I believe it's almost become...
Also Showing
Byline: Charlotte O'Sullivan THE 15:17 TO PARIS Cert 15, 94 mins A DRAMATIC thing happened on the train from Amsterdam to Paris. But not a lot happens in this peculiar thriller, Clint Eastwood's ode to the young Christian Americans who, in 2015,...
Back to the Eighties with Sequins, Skin and Sex Appeal
Byline: Emma McCarthy Associate Fashion Editor in New York IF IT was acceptable in the Eighties, it's a must for 2018. At least in the world according to Tom Ford, who raised the curtain on New York Fashion Week with a show which put fashion's flashiest...
Barnier Threatens to Scrap Transition Period and Takes Aim at Brexit Secretary
Byline: Sarah Collins Brussels Correspondent and Joe Murphy Political Editor THE European Union's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier today threatened to pull the plug on a transitional period that business leaders say is vital to save British...
Be My Valentine (and You Don't Need to Fly); Our Writers Say You're Spoilt for Choice When It Comes to Finding Romantic Breaks within 90 Minutes of London on Public Transport
The luxury buffs: Stoke Park Minutes from London: 25 (it's 15 minutes from Paddington to Slough, then a 10-minute taxi ride) MINIBREAKS are not, typically, made in Slough. Plenty is -- this town has the greatest number of corporate HQs outside the...
Bygraves Delivers Max-Imum Drama in a Rare Straight Role; Edited by Toby Earle London Live TV Reporter @Tobyontv London Live
Spare the Rod London Live, 8pm Schooldays are the happiest of your life, although that cliche doesn't apply to the teachers. A recent report has noted that almost 11,000 teachers have left secondary education since 2010, a trend that cannot cope with...
Can Post-Brexit Brits Retain Their EU Citizenship?
Byline: Joy Lo Dico Notebook WHAT DOES it mean to be a citizen? This is the question posed by a group of British people in the Netherlands, who have brought a case to argue that they can retain their EU citizenship who knew we even had this? after...
Catch Up TV... Missed the TV Moment Everyone's Talking about? Alastair McKay Attempts to Fathom Endeavour's Young Morse and Salutes Maltese's Stylish Sicilian Detective
WHILE decoding Endeavour (ITV Player), it helps if you don't think about Inspector Morse. Fictionally speaking, Endeavour (Shaun Evans) is Morse, and the fact that the lead actor in this wellmannered detective drama has the look of a boyish Doctor...
Challenging but Mesmerising Study of What the Romans Do
DANCE TANZTHEATER WUPPERTAL PINA BAUSCH / VIKTOR Sadler's Wells, EC1 EMMA BYRNE VIKTOR takes its inspiration from Rome but this is not the Eternal City of Hollywood movies or heady romantic mini-breaks. Here is a gritty, realistic metropolis filled...
Dance in the Desert; Oasis, a Festival of Electronica in Marrakech for the Grown-Up Crowd, Is Putting Morocco on the Music Map, Says Sarah Bradbury
Byline: Sarah Bradbury THE strapline on the Oasis Festival website reads "Dance Somewhere Different". Once you find yourself raving the hours away to a killer line-up of the best in underground electronic music amid the heat and beauty of Marrakech,...
Deal on Brexit Transition Could Be Delayed until Summer, Warn Diplomats
Byline: Sarah Collins Brussels Correspondent and Joe Murphy Political Editor exclusive EUROPEAN UNION diplomats are warning that a vital agreement on a post-Brexit transition period could be delayed to summer if Britain objects to terms drafted...
Deeney Has to Learn from His Celebration Clanger; in Association With
Byline: Danny Murphy Weekend briefing WEST HAM v WATFORD TROY DEENEY needs to be careful. The Football Association has made the right decision in not banning him for his celebration against Chelsea, but he has to make sure he does not do it again....
Eddie's Barbs Have Hurt Wales, Now He Will Go for the Kill; England Coach Will Have Last Laugh after Attack on Rival Captain
Byline: Chris Jones STRIP away the hype surrounding England's clash with Wales and you have the second-best side in the world playing the No6-ranked team. England, who have won 23 of their past 24 games under Eddie Jones, opened the defence of...
Equality Is the Talk of the Town; Diary@standard.Co.UK
Byline: Politics, party and pillow talk. Edited by Joy Lo Dico AFTER The Evening Standard's British Film Awards last night, guests made a beeline to Soho House's 76 Dean Street. W1A star Ophelia Lovibond sported a distinctive accessory: the same...
Equality Is the Talk of the Town; Diary@standard.Co.UK
Byline: Politics, party and pillow talk. Edited by Joy Lo Dico AFTER The Evening Standard's British Film Awards last night, guests made a beeline to Soho House's 76 Dean Street. W1A star Ophelia Lovibond sported a distinctive accessory: the same...
Fancy a Drink at Former Russia Drugs Lab? Try the 'B Sample' Cocktail
Byline: Matt Majendie in PyeongChang THE signage says La Punto but four years ago the building in Sochi housed the anti-doping laboratory for the Winter Olympics where Russia, with the backing of the Kremlin, cheated its way to a golden heist. ...
Feel the Love; Romantic Drinking Dens, Cheap Dates and Safe Spaces -- David Ellisand Ben Norum Have a Guide to an All-Inclusive Valentine's Day
Byline: David Ellisand Ben Norum WHILE nothing says "organised fun" like Valentine's Day, ever since Chaucer referred to it in 1375, couples have been using February 14 to celebrate their love, or at least put a rosy spin on it. In 2018, though,...
First Viewing: Inside the BBC Doughnut; TV Centre Opens to the Public as New Restaurants and Flats Complex
Byline: Jonathan Prynn Consumer Business Editor LONDONERS will today be able to walk in the footsteps of TV greats when the grounds of the former BBC TV Centre open to the public for the first time. The hoardings surrounding the famous "doughnut"...
Firth's Yacht Adventure Tale Lands in the Drink
THE MERCY Cert 12A, 102 mins SOMETIMES taking a trip is in itself a trip. In this beautifully lit biopic it's 1967 and Donald Crowhurst (Colin Firth) is a straitlaced husband and father of three based in Devon trying to flog one of his nautical inventions....
Five Children on Peace Mission Open Games Spectacular; North and South Korea Put on a Show of Unity for Sport
Byline: Matt Majendie in Pyeongchang and Benedict Moore-Bridger FIVE children went "on a time travel quest for peace" today as they followed a huge white tiger at the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics. The tiger, one of the "four guardian...
Flinching Study Gets to the Dark Heart of Russia
LOVELESS Cert 15, 124 mins THE latest from Leviathan director Andrey Zvyagintsev is a fluffy romcom perfect for St Valentine's Day. Just kidding. A warring, aboutto-divorce couple no longer have time for Alyosha (Matvey Novikov), their geeky, whey-faced,...
From K-Pop to Seoul Food, the Korean Kraze Hits the Capital; Going out Korea Has Never Been So Cool. Samuel Fishwick Has a Guide to London's Olympic Best
Byline: Samuel Fishwick HOLD on to your bobsleighs, because Olympic fever is catching, and the winter strain is particularly virulent. Every four years, London becomes obsessed with skeletons, figure skating and aerial ski jumps as this pinnacle...
Gorgeous Gifts She Will Love; Lily Pearson Picks the Perfect Luxury, Fashion and Beauty Buys
A statement handbag Thanks to its presence on the arms of fashion's most revered tastemakers, the JW Anderson Pierce bag, above right, is on its way to achieving iconic status. Get it in scarlet red. How much: PS1,095 Where from: net-a-porter.com...
Here's One to Get Your Feet Moving Pop; Albums of the Week in Association With
FRANZ FERDINAND Always Ascending (Domino) IN THE five years since their last album, Franz Ferdinand have lost one member, guitarist Nick McCarthy, and gained two more. Alex Kapranos's distinctive croon and biting lyrics are still front and centre,...
Hodgson Hunting for Free Keeper; in Association With
Byline: Giuseppe Muro Football Correspondent CRYSTAL PALACE could sign a free agent to ease their injury crisis -- and Roy Hodgson has made a goalkeeper his priority. Hodgson has confirmed Wilfried Zaha does not need surgery on his knee injury and...
I Didn't Want to Live with This Sadness; Teenager Khalid Robinson Wrote His Debut Album out of Despair and Won Five Grammy Nominations and 2.2 Million Instagram Followers, He Tells David Smyth
Byline: David Smyth KHALID Robinson, 19, called his debut album American Teen and its signature song Young Dumb & Broke. Now that it's a platinum- seller, the 10th-biggest album of 2017 in the US, he's become the latest to be saddled with the...
I Have Got Nothing to Prove, Says Mkhitaryan; Arsenal's New Playmaker Insists Joining the Club Was a Long-Held Dream - with a Bonus of Reuniting with 'Best Team-Mate' Aubameyang. James Olley Reports
THERE was a feeling during last month's protracted transfer saga that both Arsenal and Henrikh Mkhitaryan were trying to make the best of a bad situation, existing as collateral damage in Alexis Sanchez's pursuit of a move to Manchester United. ...
I Might Put Pat in Straight Away but He's Here So Our Players Can See What It Takes to Get to the Top; in Association With
Byline: David Moyes THE transfer window may have shut but we added a player to our squad this week someone of top quality on and off the pitch. I wanted 'Pat' Evra for a number of reasons, not least because he has great leadership qualities;...
I Might Throw Pat in Straight Away but He's Here So Our Players Can See What It Takes to Get to the Top; in Association With
Byline: David Moyes THE transfer window may have shut but we added a player to our squad this week -- someone of top quality on and off the pitch. I wanted 'Pat' Evra for a number of reasons, not least because he has great leadership qualities;...
Is North Korea Really Coming in from the Cold at the Olympics? the Rapprochement between North and South Means That Trump's America Is Losing Ground
Byline: Bronwen Maddox TALL, pale-skinned, her black, shoulder-length hair scraped straight back, sometimes pictured with a slight smile, the sister of North Korea's leader, Kim Jong-un, bears only a faint resemblance to her jowly, bristle-haired...
Is North Korea Really Coming in from the Cold at the Olympics? the Rapprochement between North and South Means That Trump's America Is Losing Ground
Byline: Bronwen Maddox TALL, pale-skinned, her black, shoulder-length hair scraped straight back, sometimes pictured with a slight smile, the sister of North Korea's leader, Kim Jong-un, bears only a faint resemblance to her jowly, bristle-haired...
It's War and Peace as Kim's Sister Holds Court at the Games; North and South Korea Put on a Show of Unity for Sport
Byline: Matt Majendie in Pyeongchang and Benedict Moore-Bridger THE Winter Olympics got under way with a spectacular opening ceremony today and a "powerful message of peace" between North and South Korea. Fireworks lit up the freezing night sky...
'I Wouldn't Have Promised to Find Homes for Grenfell Survivors in Three Weeks' Kensington & Chelsea Council's New Chief Executive Barry Quirk Tells Pippa Crerar That Families Are Right to Be Impatient about a Lack of Properties
THE senior civil servant drafted in to run Kensington and Chelsea after the Grenfell Tower fire has criticised the Government for promising homes for survivors within three weeks. Barry Quirk, chief executive of the council, said he "would not have...
Judge Warns on Future of Carnival as She Jails 'Zombie Knife' Thugs
Byline: Tristan Kirk and Isobel Frodsham THE "very existence" of Notting Hill Carnival could be under threat if knife crime continues to plague the event, a judge has warned. Judge Angela Morris spoke out as she jailed two men for stabbing three...
Labour Activist Quits in Row over 'Poisonous' Splits
Byline: Kate Proctor Political Reporter A LONG-STANDING Labour campaigner today accused party bosses of turning a blind eye to "bruising" in-fighting as he stepped down from its biggest London branch. Richard Horton, 35, resigned as chair of...
Leaders of ANC Set for Final Push to Oust Zuma
Byline: Michael Howie JACOB ZUMA'S nine-year rule in South Africa appeared close to an end today as ruling African National Congress officials prepared a final push to remove him from office. ANC leader Cyril Ramaphosa and other top party members...
Living in Fear of Day Zero as Cape Town Runs out of Water
Byline: Jane Flanagan LETTER FROM cape town SOUTH Africa's political sands are shifting and the unfathomable machinations of the ruling African National Congress have this week played out in drought-stricken Cape Town. While the country may well...
My Mum Wants Me to Lighten Up and Do Rom-Com, Says Friel
Byline: Alistair Foster's showbiz news and gossip Emma Powell ANNA FRIEL has revealed her mother would like her next performance to be in a romantic comedy after all the recent "dark" roles she has taken on. The actress, 41, returns next week...
Newcomer to Screen Queen: Kristin Triumphs 30 Years on; Star Named Best Actress at Our Film Awards Three Decades after Winning Breakthrough Prize
Byline: Naomi Ackerman and Robert Dex DAME Kristin Scott Thomas was named best actress at our film awards, 30 years after being named most promising newcomer at the same event. She won her new award, presented in partnership with Claridge's, for...
Now Put Jihadi Beatles on Trial; We Want Justice Not Revenge, Say Families Don't Send Them to Guantanamo, Says Ex-Hostage
Byline: Nicholas Cecil Deputy Political Editor RELATIVES of a former hostage joined a former captive and a minister today in calling for two henchmen of "Jihadi John" who have been captured in Syria to be put on trial. Diane Foley, whose son...
Photographer Reveals His Unseen Winehouse Portrait
Byline: Alistair Foster's showbiz news and gossip Robert Dex Arts Correspondent A PHOTOGRAPH of a "resilient and desperate" Amy Winehouse taken two years before her death is being released for the first time. The picture, by Alex Lake, will appear...
Presents That Will Make His Day; Show Him Just How Much You Care with These Great Gifts. by David Devonport
Byline: David Devonport Sports swatch Tag Heuer has been setting pulses racing with several special editions of its Formula 1 watch, including this version with a sporty blue and orange webbing strap. Water resistant to 200m. How much: PS1,050 Where...
Put Your Life on Ice Olympic Fever Is Here
SALT LAKE, Sochi, Vancouver ... into that icy pantheon steps PyeongChang, host of the 2018 Winter Olympics. Today at 11am BST the Games will officially begin. The world's coolest competitors have slipped into this remote South Korean town, where...
Rochdale: Our Pitch Will Be Fine for Spurs Superstars; Exclusive
Byline: Tom Collomosse Football Correspondent ROCHDALE chairman Chris Dunphy insists his club's controversial pitch should hold no fears for Tottenham's players despite Mauricio Pochettino's concerns for their safety. The Spurs manager was alarmed...
Romantic Nights out; from Couple's Spa Treatments and Country Hotel Stays, to Dinner Dates
Valentine's massage and facial for two within the Couples Suite at Rosewood London This ultra-luxurious hotel, above, is a sumptuous setting for a blissful relaxation experience with your loved one, where you can indulge in a 60-minute couple's massage...
Rose McGowan's Ex-Agent 'Kills Herself in Turmoil over Weinstein'
Byline: Lizzie Edmonds ROSE McGOWAN'S ex-manager has died in an apparent suicide as her family claim she "became collateral damage" of the Harvey Weinstein scandal. Hollywood executive Jill Messick managed the actress at the time she claimed...
Roy Won't like It, but Zaha Injury Calls for New Approach; in Association With
Byline: Danny Murphy Weekend briefing EVERTON v CRYSTAL PALACE ROY HODGSON dislikes playing long-ball football but Wilfried Zaha's injury may persuade him to embrace it while his key man is missing. Zaha is likely to be out for at least a month...
Saddle Up for a Chain Reaction on the Open Road
rom 2018 is all about slow travel -- and what better way to really connect with a destination than from the vantage of a bicycle? Jeanine Barone gives the lowdown on five destinations made for cycling breaks. hand Madagascar Here, on the world's...
Salutations to the Maligned Magpie; WildLondon
LONDON'S streets can be challenging for wildlife, but some species are more than capable of rising to that challenge. Meet the magpie, now happily at home across the capital. This cocky corvid boasts a snowwhite belly and shoulders, which contrast...
Schmidt Ready to Set Larmour Free
Byline: Chris Jones Ireland v Italy (Aviva Stadium, tomorrow, 2.15pm, ITV) IRELAND coach Joe Schmidt is relishing the chance to add Joey Carbery and full-back Jordan Larmour to Ireland's attack against Italy in Dublin as they attempt to keep the...
Snow Queen Shiffrin Seeks to Deliver on Promise of Golden Haul
Byline: Matt Majendie in PyeongChang IT was the morning after the night before when Mikaela Shiffrin confidently declared after her first Olympic gold that her target at the next Games was to drape five gold medals around her neck. It was in...
Soho House to Open Mega Work Hub on the Strand
Byline: Joanna Bourke PRIVATE members' clubs chain Soho House, which is eyeing a flotation, has inked a deal to open a mega new work and events space in London, the Evening Standard can reveal. Sources said the property empire has agreed to take...
Stars
Byline: SHELLEY VON STRUNCKEL Aries March 20 - April 19 Tempting as it is to turn discussions into plans, and those plans into action, the timing is not great. In fact, with the second of the current pair of eclipses taking place on the 15th, the...
Stratford's Crystal Ball, Direct from Vegas; US Design Shows How Spectacular Venue Could Look in London
Byline: Ben Morgan in New York THESE images show the cutting-edge new "crystal ball" entertainment venue set for the Olympic Park that will "revolutionise" concerts and live events. The ambitious new designs have been shared with the Standard by...
Sunshine Would Have Killed One of Literature's Finest Monsters
Byline: John Sutherland THREE great novels dominated 1818: Frankenstein, anonymously (on January 1); Persuasion, by Jane Austen (posthumously, in late 1817); and The Heart of Midlothian by Walter Scott ( July 1818). Scott reviewed Frankenstein....
Taxpayers Have Not Lost out in Stagecoach Deal; #Esnewsviews
MICHAEL Harrison ["Public ownership will not solve rail fiascos", February 7] incorrectly said that taxpayers are losing PS2 billion from the East Coast franchise. The route has made a significant operating profit for many years and will continue to...
Thatcher's Mercurial Poster Boy Now Set on Shaking Up Retirement Finances; Business InterviewThe Sports-Mad Maverick Has Left Retail Investment to Start a Whole New Ball Game John spiersEQ Investors
Byline: Michael Bow WALKING into the offices of John Spiers' new venture EQ Investors in Lower Thames Street is a little like stepping into an eccentric village hall if Andy Warhol led the parish council. Spiers -- the multi-millionaire pioneer...
The Big Issues for Derby Showdown
CAN ARSENAL BEAT THE PRESS? The Gunners' defending has been a cause for concern this season, particularly when teams press the ball high up the pitch as Tottenham are likely to attempt at Wembley. Arsenal have been guilty of gifting possession to their...
The Big Issues for Derby Showdown
ARSENAL'S PRESSING CONCERN The Gunners' defending has been a cause for concern this season, particularly when teams press the ball high up the pitch as Tottenham are likely to attempt at Wembley. Arsenal have been guilty of gifting possession to their...
The Billionaire Taking on the Brexiteers; His Latest Political Intervention Is PS400,000 to Keep Britain in the EU -- but What Drives Maverickphilanthropist George Soros, Asks Philip Delves Broughton
Byline: Philip Delves BETWEEN waking up, brushing his teeth and considering what to have for breakfast, George Soros can easily make the PS400,000 he has given to Best for Britain, the group founded by Gina Miller to reverse Brexit. The money is...
The Brits Who Can Freeze out the Opposition
Byline: Matt Majendie Sports Correspondent in PyeongChang FOR Team GB, there was always an Achilles heel. Dan Hunt, boss of Britain's skiers and snowboarders, had warned that with athletes throwing themselves 20 feet in the air, the team's ambitions...
The London Jihadists Should Now Go on Trial; Established 1827
IT IS unequivocally good news that the last two of the socalled Islamic State executioners known as the Beatles have been identified by Kurdish forces and are in US custody. The four young men from west London, known as John, Ringo et al by hostages...
The London Jihadists Should Now Go on Trial; Established 1827
IT IS unequivocally good news that the last two of the so- called Islamic State executioners known as the Beatles have been identified by Kurdish forces and are in US custody. The four young men from west London, known as John, Ringo et al by hostages...
These Scarlets Are Capable of Doing Another 'Ospreylia'
Byline: Dan Jones TEN years ago Warren Gatland and Shaun Edwards came to Twickenham with a Welsh team built almost entirely around a regional club and went home with a famous away win that set up an unexpected Grand Slam. It was written up as...
Three Brexiteers Bring the Fight to Number 10; Scarfe's Week Kylie Jenner's Baby, the Government's Brexit Forecasts and Donald Trump's Scalp the Big Reveals Just Kept Coming. Gerald Scarfe and Nick Curtis Sum Up the Week That Was
Monday Boris Johnson, Michael Gove and Jacob Rees-Mogg are named as the Brexit "dream team" to replace Theresa May: the nation recoils. Labour is warned its share of the youth vote may plummet if it does not oppose Brexit. Lloyd's bars customers from...
Travel Agent on Track for Sunnier Climes as AMEX Flashes the Plastic
Byline: MARKET ROUND-UP Mark Shapland HOGG ROBINSON'S stock bounced into the weekend after the 170-year-old travel agent agreed a takeover by credit card giant American Express. Amex said it would pay a maximum of 120p per share which values...
Trinity Mirror Seals PS127m Deal for the Express
Byline: Simon English BILLIONAIRE media tycoon Richard Desmond today sold his Daily Express newspaper group to Trinity Mirror for PS127 million after years of on-off talks. The City regards the deal as a huge bet for the Daily Mirror owner on...
US 'Not Getting Embroiled in Syria War' after Bombers Kill 100
Byline: Robert Fox Defence Editor THE White House today tried to calm fears that America was getting embroiled in a widening war in Syria after US bombers killed more than 100 government troops in a fierce and unexpected clash. Defence Secretary...
Wenger Is Last of Dying Breed, Says Pochettino; in Association With
Byline: Tom Collomosse Football Correspondent MAURICIO POCHETTINO fears Arsene Wenger is one of the last old-school managers as English football moves away from the values that made it "paradise". During more than 21 years in charge at Arsenal,...
We Want Jihadi Beatles to Face Trial, but Not Guantanamo, Say Families
Byline: Nicholas Cecil Deputy Political Editor RELATIVES of a former hostage joined a former captive and a minister today in calling for two henchmen of "Jihadi John" who have been captured in Syria to be put on trial. Diane Foley, whose son...
What the Rival Fans Say; in Association With
CHRIS MILLER (The Fighting Cock) HOW foolish I was back in November to get caught up in the recent results of both Tottenham and Arsenal and to forget that the form book is thrown out the window for this derby. Spurs were coming off a win against...
Winter Olympics WEEKEND HIGHLIGHTS
tomorrow Men's snowboard slopestyle 1am UK time Billy Morgan would arguably have been one of Team GB's best medal hopes only for a knee injury to have put him off his board in the weeks leading up to Korea. But he and Jamie Nicholls, another outside...
Wish Me Luck -- Half-Term Looms and My Family Need Serious Screen Time Switch-Off
Byline: Emily Sheffield IT'S half-term next week and inwardly there is a girding of will within mothers. Without school, our little darlings, left for even moments, will be wandering zombie-like towards whatever screen lies near, showing all the...
You're Wrong to Rant about Wales, Eddie; WORLD RUGBY REJECT ENGLAND CHIEF'S CLAIM THAT ALUN WYN JONES TRIED TO INFLUENCE REF
Byline: Chris Jones WORLD RUGBY have dismissed Eddie Jones's claims that Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones tried to influence referee Pascal Gauzere. The England head coach used his press conference ahead of tomorrow's Six Nations clash against Wales...
You're Wrong to Rant about Wales, Eddie; WORLD RUGBY REJECT ENGLAND CHIEF'S CLAIM THAT ALUN WYN JONES TRIED TO INFLUENCE REF
Byline: Chris Jones WORLD RUGBY have dismissed Eddie Jones's claims that Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones tried to influence referee Pascal Gauzere. The England head coach used his press conference ahead of tomorrow's Six Nations clash against Wales...
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