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Ipswich to play Manchester United at Old Trafford

Ipswich Town are through to the third round of the Capital One Cup - they beat Doncaster 4-1 this evening. Their reward is a match against Manchester United at Old Trafford

Norwich City beat Rotherham 2-1, They now have a home tie against West Brom or Port Vale

Luton Town took Premier League side Stoke City to extra time and penalties but were knocked out 8-7

MK Dons secured victory in extra time - beating Cardiff 2-1, they will now entertain Southampton in the third round

Northampton were beaten 4-1 by Newcastle at St James' Park

Peterborough also left the competition at the hands of Charlton - also 4-1

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Is this the funniest joke you've heard all year?

Darren Walsh

A comedian from Peterborough has won an award for telling the funniest joke at this year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

"I just deleted all the German names off my phone. It's Hans free"

– Darren Walsh

It was part of Darren Walsh's first full-length Edinburgh show, Punderbolt.

The top ten jokes are shortlisted by a panel of judges - then 2,000 brits vote for the winner.

Here are rest of the jokes in the top 10:

"Kim Kardashian is saddled with a huge arse... but enough about Kanye West"

– Stewart Francis

"Surely every car is a people carrier?"

– Adam Hess

"What's the difference between a 'hippo' and a 'Zippo'? One is really heavy, the other is a little lighter"

– Masai Graham

"If I could take just one thing to a desert island I probably wouldn't go"

– Dave Green

"Jesus fed 5,000 people with two fishes and a loaf of bread. That's not a miracle. That's tapas"

– Mark Nelson

"Red sky at night. Shepherd's delight. Blue sky at night. Day"

– Tom Parry

"The first time I met my wife, I knew she was a keeper. She was wearing massive gloves"

– Alun Cochrane

"Clowns divorce. Custardy battle"

– Simon Munnery

"They're always telling me to live my dreams. But I don't want to be naked in an exam I haven't revised for..."

– Grace The Child

The list also includes a few one-liners that just missed out of the top ten:

"I never lie on my CV…because it creases it."

– Jenny Collier

"If you don't know what introspection is you need to take a long, hard look at yourself"

– Ian Smith

"I usually meet my girlfriend at 12:59 because I like that one to one time"

– Tom Ward

"Whenever I get to Edinburgh, I'm reminded of the definition of a gentleman. It's someone who knows how to play the bagpipes, but doesn't"

– Gyles Brandreth

"Let me tell you a little about myself. It's a reflexive pronoun that means 'me'"

– Ally Houston

"Earlier this year I saw "The Theory of Everything" - loved it. Should've been called "Look Who's Hawking", that's my only criticism"

– James Acaster

And some jokes which were voted the most groan-worthy:

"What do honeymooners eat for breakfast? Wedded Wheat"

– Lou Sanders

"I am Canadian. But if you think I'm Russian, Soviet"

– Steward Francis

Man lives in car for six months because council can't house him with his dogs

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We all know there's a housing shortage and councils can have difficulty finding suitable homes for tenants. But for one man from Eaton Socun in Cambridgeshire it's proving particularly frustrating and lengthy.

Ian Russell who suffers from serious medical complaints has been forced to live in is car for six months waiting for the council to re-home him.

But they say if he wants a house he'll have to give up his three Airdale Terriers.

Click below to watch the full report from ITV News Anglia's Matthew Hudson

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Shoreham pilot was due to fly crashed jet at Duxford Battle of Britain Show

Andy Hill Credit: ITV News

The pilot involved in the Shoreham air crash was due to fly the plane at a Battle of Britain anniversary event at Duxford next month.

Andy Hill, whose Hawker Hunter jet crashed in a fireball on the A27 in West Sussex on Saturday, was set to fly the plane at the Battle of Britain 75th anniversary show in Duxford, Cambridgeshire the Imperial War Museum (IWM) said.

A spokeswoman for the museum said the event - which is close to the M11 - would still take place on September 19 and 20 but it would be "revised" following the tragedy.

However the event may now be affected by the new CAA ruling which states flying displays over land by vintage jet aircraft will be"significantly restricted until further notice".

"Our thoughts and condolences go out to those involved in the tragic accident at Shoreham at the weekend.<

"The Hawker Hunter T7 was scheduled to fly at The Battle of Britain Air Show at Duxford in September. However, in light of the accident and ongoing investigation, the programme will be revised."<

"We can confirm that the pilot Andy Hill has previously flown at IWM Duxford Air Shows and is well known and liked amongst the flying community here."<

– Duxford Museum

Little Gransden Air Show will go ahead despite new CAA ruling

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The Airshow in Little Gransden will go ahead, in spite of a new ruling from the Civil Aviation Authority.

Flying displays over land by vintage jet aircraft will be "significantly restricted until further notice" following the Shoreham air disaster, the Civil Aviation Authority said today.

According to one of the organisers of the Little Gransden Air and Car Show, Dave Poile, the CAA's announcement will not affect any act at the show.

The show had also been due to host a display by the Hawker Hunter jet which crashed at the Shoreham air disaster.

Little Gransden say safety is always paramount at any display at the show.

"You have certain lines you put out for display so they don't come any nearer the crowd, they don't fly over the crowd. It was mentioned earlier this year that the UK air shows are some of the safest in the world."

– Dave Poile, Little Gransden Air and Car Show
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