Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now Get Daily updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingSee our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Bath Rugby will take on Leicester Tigers in the Aviva Premiership at Twickenham for the second time tomorrow; hoping history stays firmly on their side. The eighth-placed Blue, Black and Whites will again be giving up the familiarity of the Rec and with four games of the regular remaining in the season, every points counts. The two great clubs have met on five occasions at the home of English rugby and Bath have been victorious four times dating back to A loss for Bath will not only end any small hope of reaching the top four but will make finishing in the Champions Cup places even more difficult. Twickenham is a familiar stadium for players on both sides. Jonathan Joseph has played there 21 times for England, while George Ford has won 27 of his caps at the ground. Here’s what happened the five times Bath took on the Tigers at HQ Simon Halliday looks to make ground in the Pilkington Cup final Image: The two clubs had suggested the Pilkington Cup final on April 29 should also count as the meaningless league fixture, after Bath had wrapped up the Courage trophy more than a month beforehand. It was an aggressive affair and there was nothing in it at half-time, with Jon Callard and Jez Harris kicking three penalties apiece.
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Love in four minutes in romantic Bath Get Daily updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingSee our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Summer is the time for love and romance, and a number of speed dating sessions will be taking place in Bath over the summer months. If you are looking for love it could just be the thing for you or, worst case scenario, it could be a fun night out.
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Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Sam Underhill will not play for England against Samoa this weekend – but he’s highly unlikely to play for Bath Rugby either. The back-rower failed a head injury assessment after making a heavy tackle in the win against Australia on Saturday and will be rested for the Test against Samoa at Twickenham, even if he passes his return-to-play protocols. He was knocked out against Northampton Saints on his competitive Bath debut in September, came off against Benetton Rugby in October with what was described as a “migraine” and also missed Ospreys’ Judgment Day clash against Cardiff Blues in April; having failed an HIA against Leinster a week earlier.
Read More Todd Blackadder liked Bath Rugby’s result but not the performance against London Irish The year-old tackling machine could need a longer lay-off – just as George North and Freddie Burns have had – if the head injuries continue. Looking ahead to England’s final Test of the autumn, head coach Eddie Jones said: We’ve taken a step where we just feel he needs a rest this week. Watson and Elliot Daly are both still due a rest, which could open the door for Rokoduguni to start; having been an unused substitute against the Wallabies.
England winger Semesa Rokoduguni dives across the line Image: Getty Images If Watson, who has had a leg heavily strapped up for many games this season, isn’t required for England he’s unlikely to play for Bath against Harlequins on Saturday lunchtime. Notwithstanding the fitness of Tom Homer, who went off with a pectoral injury against his old club London Irish on Sunday, Todd Blackadder is keen for Watson to be fresh for the big games to come in December.
Speaking after the victory at Irish , Blackadder said: Todd Blackadder at Welford Road Image: But it’s mental as well.
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How good a driver are you? In , according to Home Office figures, just under , motorists were caught speeding by cameras in England and Wales. In that figure had shot up to 1. Local police and councils joined forces to form safety camera partnerships, picking out sites which the government would then fund. It meant camera numbers multiplied from 1, in to 4, in , according to AA figures.
Most notorious is site , the M11 southbound camera near Chigwell in Essex, installed in at the point the motorway limit drops from 70mph to 50mph. In , 9, drivers were prosecuted, netting more than half a million pounds. Even worse, figures showed accidents had actually risen since its introduction. Anti-camera groups reacted by becoming more militant. No tactic was too devious, including one memorable trick back in , when a mobile camera was hidden in a horse box.
Despite all this, the British public is still generally in favour. Of course road safety has improved in many other ways, but plenty of individual trials have proved the effectiveness of cameras.
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Why was Diana in Paris? The couple had been dating for a few weeks, and were planning to spend one night at Dodi’s father’s Hotel Ritz Paris before heading back to London. Diana and Dodi arrive at the Ritz Paris hotel after cancelling plans to eat out They had intended to go to a restaurant for dinner that evening, but due to the high level of paparazzi interest in their movements, they changed their plans.
The night of the accident Instead, the couple decide to head to Dodi’s apartment in Rue Arsene Houssaye, a short distance from the hotel, just off the Avenue des Champs-Elysees The last-minute decision to change plans meant that the hotel’s acting security manager, Henri Paul, was called back to the hotel to chauffeur them.
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Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now Get Daily updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingSee our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Despite the best efforts of Sacha Baron Cohen to put Grimsby in the spotlight and portray the town by perhaps just namesake only – film makers have for years actually filmed on location in our beloved town and to dramatic and positive effect.
From the centre of Grimsby’s historic docks, to Grimsby hospital and the rolling fields of Lincolnshire there’s been a place in director’s hearts not just for buildings and locations but also some of its home grown talented residents. Here’s a few of the films which feature our region Filming took place partly in Grimsby Image: Starring Niall MacGinnis, Roy Emerton and Linden Travers, it’s a 75 minute long black and white film with shots of storm-lashed seas and shipwrecks.
Director Roy Kellino, who acted as his own cinematographer, shot most of it on location in Grimsby and was further assisted by co-operation from the local railways and docks authorities to ensure absolute accuracy in his depiction of the day-to-day lives of the men and women working in the deep sea fishing industry. Grimsby Telegraph Clockwise The most unlikely location for the setting of a film probably has to be Grimsby hospital. In the comedy film Clockwise starring John Cleese saw several scenes shot around the hospital grounds, with the Scartho arches still unchanged today.
And halfway down Scartho Road, Cleese can be seen in around 4. Local staff nurse Sue Tilley and her colleagues, also got the chance to appear in Clockwise, alongside the lead actor. In Grimsby, the film was in week one of an eight-week shoot and the cast was due to travel all over the country for the various scenes. Following the audition process, people were eventually chosen to take part in three weeks of filming at RAF Binbrook.