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  1. Final score: France 21-31 England
  2. Care, Cole & Watson tries, Farrell 4 pens & 2 cons for England
  3. 7 Machenaud pens for France
  4. England win first Grand Slam since 2003
  5. Earlier wins for Ireland and Wales
  6. Click live button for BBC One coverage

Live Reporting

By Mike Henson and Jonathan Jurejko

All times stated are UK

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  1. England win Grand Slam

    Rightio, that is us for the evening.

    Congratulations England for the clean sweep.

    Well done France for making sure they got their hands dirty to get it.

    Eddie Jones finishes up his media duties by saying that if England win it again next year, that will be a real achievement.

    Hard man to please. But I'm looking forward to 2017 already.

    Bonne nuit.

  2. "It is not all going to go swimmingly"

    England win Grand Slam

    Matt Dawson

    2003 World Cup winner

    "I think boys and coaches have been harsh on themselves saying they haven’t played well, they are underestimating France. Never underestimate how important having this experience under belt. It is going to important because you can call on it. It is not all going to go swimmingly, there will be adversity but it is great to have in the bank."

  3. I'm so happy at the moment'

    England win Grand Slam

    Billy Vunipola

    England's Billy Vunipola says: "This means a great deal. It's such a great bunch of guys and we've had a great eight weeks.

    "No-one can forget the World Cup but this is a great achievement and I'm so happy at the moment.

    "We came here and knew the crowd and the French players did not want us to win the Grand Slam on their home turf but we stood up to them and eventually came out on top."

  4. Post update

    Paul Grayson

    Former England fly-half on BBC Radio 5 live

    "I am delighted for Dylan not withstanding fact he took a heavy knock, not just this moment but to be a Grand Slam winning captain. He thought his England days were over, he is now going to stand on this stage as a Grand Slam champion."

  5. 'This squad has been brilliant'

    England win Grand Slam

    Owen Farrell

    England's Owen Farrell tells BBC One: "It's brilliant. We set ourselves a goal to be the most dominant team in Europe and we've achieved that. It was not the best of starts for us even though we were up but we showed some character in the second half - the boys were brilliant.

    "We were focused on our job, the right messages were being said out there, France are a good team, especially over here but the boys weathered it well.

    "This squad has been brilliant since we met up at the start of the Six Nations. We built on our performances and got what we deserved. I'm just chuffed for the boys, we have a few that have been through a lot and some people that have come in."

  6. England win Grand Slam

    France 21-31 England

    Matt Dawson

    2003 World Cup winner

    England win Grand Slam

    "It is a tough way to win it for England because they had three away games and this is notoriously very difficult for England to come and win in Paris, and with all expectation, all media pressure, all us old pros. 

    "This is really what the old pros want, to see the future of game experience the incredible highs of success that we had. These are special moments for us. It is emotional and a fantastic achievement for the boys and I truly believe it could be the first step on a great journey on the next three of four years."

  7. Post update

    France 21-31 England

    Ian Robertson

    BBC Rugby Correspondent

    "Eddie Jones will be the proudest Australian in the United Kingdom, he has inspired this team."

  8. We're only going to get better - Jones

    England win Grand Slam

    Eddie Jones

    England boss Eddie Jones tells BBC One: "I'm very proud of the boys. We were not at our best but we battled throughout and deserve the victory.

    "It's a great achievement by the team. I always had confidence in the team.

    "Dylan Hartley has been fantastic and he has done a very good job. Billy Vunipola, Mike Brown and Owen Farrell have done very well assisting him along with James Haskell and Chris Robshaw. That nucleus has been very strong.

    "The great thing is the best is ahead of us. We're looking forward to Australia and we're only going to get better."

  9. 'I don't see this team getting worse'

    England win Grand Slam

    Jeremy Guscott

    Former England international

    "Eddie Jones has inspired his team and that's what coaches are they to do. He has come in with a gameplan and brought in a captain and that has worked.

    "The pain of missing out in the past will be put to bed and they are only going to get better - I don't see this team getting worse.

    "I've enjoyed the tournament, it has been wonderful."

  10. England win Grand Slam

    France 21-31 England

    England hoist the trophy to the backing of some ecstatic Europop at eardrum-bashing volume and some fast emptying Stade de France stands.

    The squad don't mind. They are in a bubble of their own and soon covered in bubbles from the bottles set aside for them as well.

    Fully deserved.

  11. England win Grand Slam

    France 21-31 England

    England's players are being called up to the presentation platform by a French stadium announcer who is pleased to get to Mike Brown after wrestling a little unconvincingly with the likes of Billy Vunipola and George Kruis' names.

    Bill Beaumont is up there to show a friendly face to his modern successors.

  12. Post update

    Matt Dawson

    2003 World Cup winner

    "Of course we can say most important thing is Dylan Hartley is out there healthy but for him the most important thing is to be out there to lift trophy. 

    "It shows any team that wins a Grand Slam they will be out there hugging and cheering but what incredible journey these players been through. I am chuffed to bits for them."

  13. 'This shows potential'

    France 21-31 England

    Brian Moore

    Ex-England hooker on BBC One

    "There's a lot more to come and lots of areas to improve on and Eddie Jones knows that. But this shows a lot of potential.

    "Let's not forget Stuart Lancaster, he must be sitting at home and thinking 'what if' as he identified many of these players that are playing here."

  14. England win Grand Slam

    France 21-31 England

    Dylan Hartley is back out with his team-mates as they huddle up with their support staff. He looks a little woozy, but great to see him back on his feet and ready to get his rewards for leading England to a Grand Slam.

    Owen Farrell is "chuffed". Billy Vunipola is "blessed". More and more interesting quotes to come.

  15. England win Grand Slam

    France 21-31 England

    England's players disappear into a flurry of bearhugs and backslaps.

    Coach Eddie Jones is on his way down to join in. Possibly. First he has got to make his way through a stairway of indifferent Frenchman and a round of media questions.

    The head honcho admits that England were "not at their best today" and immediately throws forward to the summer tour of Australia.

  16. Post update

    Matt Dawson

    2003 World Cup winner

    "Make no bones about it this is a real decent performance against a French side who have given their best performance in this Six Nations. Also we are in Paris not Twickenham when you get carried away with euphoria. England have travelled and won the Grand slam away from home."

    Yoann Maestri
  17. Full-time

    France 21-31 England

    Ben Youngs hoofs the ball into the stands!

    England's Grand Slam is complete.

  18. Post update

    England 21-31 France

    Ian Robertson

    BBC Rugby Correspondent

    "It is through, England have won the Grand Slam. There is no time left for France to come back"

  19. 'Grand Slams are never easily won'

    France 21-31 England

    Brian Moore

    Ex-England hooker on BBC One

    "People will say it has been a poor championship, but Grand Slams are never easily won and are always worth something."

  20. Penalty - France 21-31 England

    Owen Farrell

    Owen Farrell dispatches the kick and Nigel Owens dispatches France's Xavier Chiocci to the bin for pulling down the line-out and giving away the penalty.

    That is the Grand Slam sealed.