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‘Scapegoat’ Tindall slams Rugby Football Union

Mike Tindall says he was made into a the scapegoat for England's dismal World Cup performance after news he had been reinstated to the squad.

Tindall reinstated, fine reduced after appeal

Mike Tindall has been reinstated to England's elite player squad and had his fine reduced after he appealed his suspension for bad conduct.

English rugby’s brand can still recover

The shrapnel from English rugby's explosive self-destruction still has some time to settle but no permanent damage has been done to the team's image.

Tindall dropped by England over Queenstown night

Mike Tindall has been dropped from the England squad and fined £25 000 for breaching team discipline during the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand.

Rugby union to probe England’s embarrassing World Cup

The Rugby Football Union says it will investigate England's players after reports of high-profile incidents both on and off the World Cup pitch.

Wedding a royally quaint affair

Zara Phillips has married England rugby star Mike Tindall but Britain's second royal wedding of the year was largely a low-key affair.

No fanfare for second British royal wedding

Britain's second royal wedding will be far removed from the lavish pomp that surrounded the nuptials of her Prince William and Catherine.

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