England's women begin their World Twenty20 campaign with a routine 36-run victory over Bangladesh in Bangalore.
England comfortably beat Bangladesh by 36 runs in their opening game of the Women's World Twenty20 after captain Charlotte Edwards scores 60.
Time for some words from trainer David Pipe, who has just watched as Un Temps Pour Tout take the Ultima Handicap Chase.
"What a finish," says Pipe. "I thought we were losing the battle with Holywell but Tom (Scudamore) has given him a great ride.
"For any yard, to win here means everything. We weren't expecting it so I'm even more pleased."
All-rounder Hardik Pandya is on - maybe a slight surprise given how well the spinners have gone. Dhoni winces as he takes the ball, removing his glove and shaking his right thumb. Finally Santner finds the boundary, flicking to square for his first four from the 10th ball he's faced.
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Anya Shrubsole takes three late wickets as England women fight back to beat South Africa by 15 runs in the first Twenty20. TEST
MPs have claimed victory at Westminster's annual Parliamentary pancake race around Victoria Gardens, just outside the Houses of Parliament.
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Voters in Scotland head to the polls in May for elections to the Scottish Parliament. The Scottish Conservatives, led by Ruth Davidson, are hoping to come second. They know the SNP are on course to win the Holyrood elections this May and they reckon Labour could be fought into third place. Adam Fleming went out leafleting in Glasgow with two Scottish Conservatives' candidates, who revealed their strategy.
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The Conservative London mayoral candidate Zac Goldsmith has described the EU is "undemocratic" but said that "as a courtesy to the prime minister" he would not yet take a position on whether he favoured Britain leaving or remaining in it.
Mr Goldsmith said he'd wait until the renegotiations were complete before taking a position. He was speaking at a debate last night with the leading London mayoral candidates organised by the Evening Standard.
His main rival, Labour's Sadiq Khan, told the audience that London needed a mayor "who's campaigning with David Cameron and George Osborne... to keep us in the EU".
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