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SCRUMS THE WORD Elliot Daly had to pay for England teams trip to Disneyland Tokyo

WORLD CUP DIARY Elliot Daly had to shell out to pay for a team trip to Disneyland Tokyo. The England full-back lost a game of 'fives' with some of his England team-mates. How to Give People Advice Theyll Be Delighted to Take. Evaluate, collaborate and support. GSK gets FDA nod for wider use of ovarian cancer drug Zejula. GlaxoSmithKline said U.S. regulators had approved its ovarian cancer treatment Zejula for wider use in some advanced cancers, in a boost to the British drugmaker's oncology portfolio as it competes with rival AstraZeneca. Doctors will get standing desks as part of trial. A group of GPs will be given convertible standing desks next year as part of a pilot study conducted by Loughborough University. They will wear activity trackers to determine if the desks helped. Kelly Ripa responds to backlash over son in 'extreme poverty' joke. Turns out even the children of celebrities can be broke.

Booker T. Jones, Souls Ultimate Sideman, Takes the Lead at Last. In a new memoir, Time Is Tight My Life, Note by Note, the Stax studio wizard and acclaimed producer tells his own story and finds his voice. Deaf three-year-old girl bursts into tears when she hears her parents' voices for the first time. Q'ela Pierce, three, was left overwhelmed when her parents switched on her cochlear hearing implant for the first time since her surgery at Nemours Children's Hospital, Orlando. Electric car drivers could be given green number plates to allow them to use bus lanes. Drivers of electric cars in the UK could be given green number plates that allow them to use bus lanes and park for free. (Examples of the number plates, pictured.). Radical Survival Strategies for Struggling Colleges. Mergers, acquisitions, shorter degree programs and major shifts in course offerings are just some of the tactics being employed to lure more students. Model Cara Delevingne gets her face in space. Model and actress Cara Delevingne on Wednesday shared what she said was the first "SpaceSelfie" - a photo taken on earth but beamed up to the stratosphere for a spectacular backdrop. Ryan Brooks reports. Workouts Continue as Belmont Field Swells. There is a little more than a week to go before the Belmont Stakes, and many of the contenders completed workouts this week. In all, 16 horses are under consideration for the race, which is the maximum field size. Doctors will get standing desks as part of trial. A group of GPs will be given convertible standing desks next year as part of a pilot study conducted by Loughborough University. They will wear activity trackers to determine if the desks helped. Thousands hit by PGE's latest power cutoffs, more planned. Thousands of homes and businesses in California were in the dark on Wednesday as Pacific Gas Electric turned off power in parts of 15 counties as a preventive measure against wildfires. Jets to Rethink Wearing Microphones After Sam Darnolds Ghosts Comment. ESPNs decision to broadcast an unflattering in-game comment by the quarterback has come under fire. Pioneering eczema jab 'improves the skin of patients within a month'. Charities today said the results of the Oxford University study were 'hugely exciting' and claimed the medication, called etokimab, is part of the 'future of treatment'. After Turkish Incursion, ISIS Wives Speak Out. We traveled to the notorious Al Hol camp in northeastern Syria to speak with the wives of ISIS fighters. Some remained radicalized, while others said they regretted joining the militant group. How to turn used stamps into money for charity. Every kilogram of UK stamps - around 6,000 - is worth about 10. The used stamps are bought by dealers who pick out any unusual or valuable ones in very good condition to sell to collectors. Could Sandy postpone next week's presidential election? Yes, in theory. But the probability is unlikely despite the devastating effect superstorm Sandy had on 60 million people across the north-east, or one-sixth of the population. Aleksei Leonov, First to Walk in Space, Dies at 85. The Russian cosmonauts thrilling feat in 1965 nearly cost him his life, but raised Soviet prestige during the Cold War space race against the United States. Where to find the best wine lists in the world From Air France to London's Sager + Wilde bar. The overall winner is South Africa's Restaurant Mosaic, with Sager + Wilde in London picking up the Best Medium-Size Wine List gong and Blue Hill in NYC snaring the Best Short Wine List prize. 91-year-old Extinction Rebellion protester denies disobeying police. Activists had occupied a dual carriageway in a bid to blockade the Port of Dover and pensioner John Lynes (pictured) was today charged in connection with protests on September 21. Benchmark's Bill Gurley on the role of venture captial. When it's easier than ever to lauch a company, what is the role of traditional VC? Racketeering Law Makes Its Return to Wall Street. The RICO charges filed against three JPMorgan traders indicate that prosecutors may be resurrecting that law to target white-collar defendants.

Ben Okri, Nicols Giacobone and Kate Furnivall This week's best new fiction reviews. Okri is always good company and these 20-odd tales showcase his lucid prose and freewheeling imagination. Hugo Lloris insists Tottenham must stick with philosophy despite final defeat. Hugo Lloris does not think Tottenham need to abandon their philosophy just because they lost the Champions League final. Spurs' biggest ever match ended in a 2-0 defeat to Liverpool.