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England Tag Archive

Archer at the Ashes

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England’s squad for the second Ashes test at Lord’s has been announced, with the most eye-catching inclusion being the presence of World Cup hero Jofra Archer. With Jimmy...

The Ashes: origins, history, and 2019 expectations

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The Ashes provides one certainty in its entire history; that it’ll always be a nasty, gritty and feisty affair and deserves its place as one of the greatest rivalries in...

Can England’s cricketers claim World Cup glory?

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Stanley Gilyead discusses England's chances at the 2019 ODI Cricket World Cup. ...

Monolingualism: it’s time to stop

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Good ol’ Blighty is proving her ineptitude yet again, as research shows that many schools and universities are descaling their languages departments due to students’ lack...

The North-South divide

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The North-South divide has existed for almost as long England has been a nation, with it speculated to have originated from William the Conqueror’s sacking of the North. The...

England cricket on the rise?

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Sesha Subramanian looks at the positives from England's series against Sri Lanka. ...

Do drug-testing kits have a future on campus?

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From Canada’s legalisation of cannabis on the night of 18th October to the ongoing international medicinal marijuana debate, drug policy is recurringly in the public eye....

England Over The Break

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Sesha Subramanian reviews England's games against Croatia and Spain over the past week. ...

World Cup highlights

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Rebecca takes a look back at some of the World Cup's most memorable moments...

Why can’t England win major tournaments?

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Rebecca Johnson takes a look at England's tournament performance...