5:31 pm, Tue 09 Jul 2013
It's been a remarkable week for British sport with victory for the Lions and Andy Murray while the Tour de France yellow jersey is still firmly on the back of Brit Chris Froome.
Wednesday sees the start of cricket's Ashes series. Trent Bridge hosts the first of 10 consecutive test matches against Australia in what skipper Alastair Cook hopes will be a year to remember.
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7:31 pm, Wed 10 Apr 2013
England captain Alastair Cook missed the Essex match against Gloucestershire at Chelmsford as he picked up an honourary degree. Tom Barton reports...
6:28 am, Wed 10 Apr 2013
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The achievements of Essex and England cricketer Alastair Cook will be celebrated today when he collects an honorary degree from the University of Essex. The former Bedford Schoolboy made his county debut ten years ago. He's gone on to score more test centuries than any other Englishman.
7:00 am, Thu 30 Aug 2012
Conservatives have denied rumours former England Test Captain, Andrew Strauss, could run for Corby MP.
The Conservatives have dismissed rumours that former England Test Captain, Andrew Strauss, might stand to replace Louise Mensch as Corby MP.
The cricketer announced his retirement from the sport yesterday, on the same day the former Tory MP stood down, sparking an internet rumour that he might be about to enter a career in politics.
A Conservative source said they are "not aware of any truth in it."
Strauss is to be replaced as test captain by Essex batsman Alastair Cook.