Sun 25P THE Tuesday, May 1, 2018 FOR A GREATER BRITAIN 1ST NON-WHITE HOME SEC SAJ: I’LL BE OWN MAN LESS THAN THE DAILY MIRROR 50p thesun.co.uk By TOM NEWTON DUNN SAJID Javid, Britain’s first non-white Home Secretary, has vowed to be his own man over immigration. He distanced himself from PM Theresa May’s hardline policy. Hinting at a more liberal approach, Mr Javid insisted he will put “his own stamp” on things. Full Story — Pages 8 & 9 LAW BLIMEY EXCLUSIVE RUMPO OF THE BAILEY LIZ’S CHOCCY HORROR SHOW SEE PAGE 11 SHAYNE CORRIE SUICIDE Star’s shocking Street exit SEE PAGE 5 Brief axed for spanking junior over office desk By NICK PARKER A BARRISTER was axed after having a spanking session with a junior employee on a colleague’s desk. Robert Jones, 40, left, claims he was unfairly dismissed by London firm Lexlaw. Full Story — Page Seven 2 ............... Tuesday, May 1, 2018 1GM HOME STOP ROW NEW Housing Secretary James Brokenshire was embarrassed last night as it emerged he tried to block 60 new homes in his constituency. Old Bexley and Sidcup in South East London was earmarked for up to 40 per cent more homes in Sajid Javid’s drive to build 300,000 houses a year. The plan for 60 homes eventually succeeded. The revelation came as housing groups called for action on the “biggest housing emergency in decades”. Mr Brokenshire’s job comes week after a cancerous tumour was removed from his lung. The Sun Says — Page Ten CYBER WAR PLEA ‘Sex texts’ MP probe DEFENCE Secretary Gavin Williamson urged IT experts and journalists to join the Reserve Forces to counter Russia’s fake news war. He said people skilled with “getting messages across” will be vital as warfare evolves into the cyber age. He told Westminster-based House LABOUR MP John Woodcock has been suspended pending a probe into alleged sexual harassment. The Corbyn critic is accused of sending inappropriate messages to a woman staff member. magazine: “Sometimes people see the Armed Forces as being quite traditional in terms of its approach. We need to make sure people in cyber are incredibly welcome.” It comes after it emerged Russia used trolls and “bots” to spread fake news about the Salisbury poisoning. WRECKER’S WIN IN LORDS S MOATMENTUM Expenses scandal peer plotting Brexit sabotage A TORY expenses scandal peer dubbed “Lord Moat” sparked fury last night after leading an ambush to seize control of Brexit negotiations. By HARRY COLE “This my Lords is a wrecker’s amendment. And I wish it ill.” Lib Dem peer Lord Roberts sparked uproar in the chamber by comparing the proposed Bill to something out of Nazi Germany. He said: “My mind went back to Berlin in March 1933, when the Enabling Bill was passed in the Reichstag. That transferred democratic rights of the parliament into the hands of one man. His name was Adolf Hitler.” Brexit Minister Steve Baker slammed the “disgraceful, irresponsible rhetoric”. Lib Dem peers said they were “in the driving seat” over Brexit. Lord Newby added it was “vital that Parliament, not the Government, decides whether or not any Brexit deal is acceptable”. MPs will now vote on the amendment. Crossbench peer Lord MallochBrown, chairman of the pro-EU Best for Britain campaign, said: “This feels like a turning point. This is a massive defeat for the Government.” email@example.com If MPs back him it will trigger a constitutional crisis as the PM will not have the final say on any deal. Ex-minister Viscount Hailsham, who as MP Douglas Hogg charged the taxpayer to clean the moat at his manor house, put down a wrecking amendment to the EU Withdrawal Bill. Critics say it was designed to hamstring Theresa May by giving unelected peers and MPs the chance to throw out her Brexit deal and decide what happens next — even staying in the EU. The House of Lords was branded a “cosy cabal of Remain” after backing the change 335 to 244. Tory peer Lord Fairfax, who said it, added: “This is designed to delay, frustrate and ultimately block Brexit.” Lord Dobbs, creator of telly hit House of Cards, said peers were trying to “drive Brexit onto the rocks”. He added: CLEANING UP RED LINE CALL FARMING PERIL the country. He said: “Until we reach this, there is a risk of no deal. “We need to agree by June on several points.” Irish PM Leo Varadkar said Britain’s “approach to negotiations will need to change”. FARMERS will be the big losers in a post-Brexit trade deal with the US, a major report warns today. The Commons International Trade committee believes agriculture may be traded off to get a better deal for SUJIKO 8 GLASGOW 11 BELFAST 9 DUBLIN EDINBURGH 12 NEWCASTLE LEEDS LIVERPOOL MANCHESTER 11 NORWICH BIRMINGHAM CARDIFF 12 10 PLYMOUTH 13 BRISTOL 13 12 SOUTHAMPTON 13 LONDON TODAY: A dry, bright and breezy start for most but rain will move in from the West later, reaching Scotland by early evening. TONIGHT: Wet and cloudy as the band of rain continues to move eastwards. This could be heavy at times, especially across parts of southern Wales and the South West. Drier in Northern Ireland. OUTLOOK: Tomorrow will be wet and cloudy for southern and eastern parts. This rain will start to clear during the early evening. Thursday will be warmer and drier, although it will remain rather overcast throughout. WED 10˚ By JOHN LUCAS ISRAEL claims Iran has lied about developing nuclear weapons. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the state continued to expand its programme despite signing a 2015 deal. Speaking on TV, he said: “Iran’s leaders repeatedly deny ever pursuing nuclear weapons. Tonight I’m here to tell you one thing: Iran lied.” The Israeli leader showed pictures and videos claiming to be of secret Iranian nuclear facilities and plans to develop atomic weapons. He added: “After signing the nuclear deal in 2015, Iran intensified efforts to hide secret files. “In 2017 Iran moved its nuclear weapons files to a secret location in Tehran.” US President Donald Trump has threatened to withdraw from the agreement with Iran that it does not seek nukes. THE Sun aims to have the highest standards. Let us know if we make mistakes. The Sun is a founding member of the Independent Press Standards Organisation. To complain to us about the code it enforces, go to www.thesun.co.uk/ipso. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or write to The Sun Ombudsman, 1 London Bridge Street, London, SE1 9GF. Hailsham in Lords and, left, moat ABERDEEN Israel PM: Iran’s lied on nukes CORRECTIONS & CLARIFICATIONS The Sun Says — Page Ten THERESA May must soften her Brexit red lines or face a no-deal exit, Brussels’ chief negotiator said last night. Michel Barnier, left, demanded a “clear and operational solution for Ireland” on a visit to Claim . . Netanyahu To play Sujiko, enter the numbers 1 to 9 in the spaces so that the total in each circle is equal to the sum of the four surrounding squares. 17 THU 11˚ 26 24 FRI 13˚ 14 11 30 28 12 PUZZLES: PAGE 41 financial services. Chairman Angus MacNeil, left, warned against rushing into a “catastrophic error”. The news came as International Trade Secretary Liam Fox made a late bid to extend exemptions from US steel tariffs. Don’t pick Eton kids FIRMS should give jobs to candidates from sink schools before Etonians, the ex-Education Secretary declared yesterday. Justine Greening said candidates with the same grades as someone from public school would be more “impressive”. She said: “If you get three Bs from Eton, you’re probably not as impressive as somebody who gets three Bs from the school that wasn’t doing well.” We pay for your stories We are always after good stories – and we pay big money for them every day. Call our newsdesk and we’ll call you straight back. Call: 020 7782 4100 or our Manchester office on: 0161 9355351 WhatsApp: 0742 372 0250 email: email@example.com or our Manchester office on: firstname.lastname@example.org Today’s birthdays FIFTY Shades Of Grey actor JAMIE DORNAN, 36, left, Ab Fab actress JOANNA LUMLEY, 72, right, former Stereo Kicks and Union J singer CASEY JOHNSON, 23, telly chef ANTONY WORRALL THOMPSON, 67, and former Made In Chelsea star CAGGIE DUNLOP, 29. 1GM Tuesday, May 1, 2018 ............... Picture: JAMES RUDLAND Rhi’s a ray of sunshine By JOE KASPER, Bizarre Reporter RHIAN Sugden helps fans get over the wet weather blues by posing in her underwear — but the model could soon find herself in selfie-imposed isolation. The 31-year-old, who is known for regularly posting sexy snaps on Instagram, right, is being lined up for a celebrity version of In Solitary. The Channel 5 show sees contestants locked away for five days without any interaction with the outside world. Let’s hope the audience is as captive. BAKE THAT! Split up . . . Paul and Alex EXCLUSIVE by ANDY HALLS, TV Editor PAUL Hollywood’s estranged wife used a recipe to make a cheeky jibe at his new young lover. Alex, 53, posted a snap of a summer tart on Instagram along with the hashtags #easy and #tart. It is thought to be a dig at Paul’s girlfriend Summer Monteys-Fullam. The Great British Bake Off judge, 52, has been dating barmaid Summer, 22, for several months. The pair recently had a romantic break on the island of Mauritius. A pal of Alex said: “She’s understandably upset by the speed at which Paul appears to have moved on since their marriage broke down. “But she’s also amused by the sight of a woman striking up a relationship with a man who’s old enough to be her dad.” Paul, worth £10million, is currently hammering out a divorce settlement with Alex after their split last year. email@example.com How to get sweet revenge WHY’S FLACK VOW ON GEORGE TAKEN COCKY GEORGE Michael’s family have promised fans there may still be a memorial for the star. It comes after a tribute event was pulled this month after a row over fans being ripped off. Using the singer’s nickname, relatives said they are looking at “ways and ideas to remember Yog”. George died aged 53 in 2016. BOY BACK? PAGES 14 & 15 Line a baking dish with crushed nuts (preferably provided by your ex) Throw in a large pear (your ex's lover probably has these) Add enough bitter tears to create a soggy bottom Add lots of lemons Whip vigorously Top with sour cream Then chill in the fridge... because this is a dish best served cold PAUL WIFE’S ‘EASY TART’ JIBE AT RIVAL Romance . . . Summer and Paul — and post Hollywood1 Alex Hollywood @Alex_ strained Greek yoghurt (it Summer Berry Tart..made with , ﬂavoured with lemon zest, becomes velvety like mascarpone)berries on a biscuit base vanilla & honey, topped with fresh #pudding #easy #recipe #berries #tart 3 4 ............... Tuesday, May 1, 2018 1GM THEY’LL ONLY LETTUCE BOGOF IF WE BUY VEG They claim it will help poorer families fight childhood obesity. Veg . . Jamie wants deals Celebrity chefs Jamie Oliver and Hugh FearnleyWhittingstall are today set to address the Commons EXCLUSIVE by NICK McDERMOTT and SHAUN WOOLLER Health Committee on the issue. Its chair Dr Sarah Wollaston called for buy-one-get-one-free deals “on fruit and veg and other nutritious food, rather than junk”. She said: “We need to shift the balance. The cheapest deals are on the least healthy items. food more expensive but making sure that healthy food is part of the mix. Why not make the price of individual items cheaper and balance it out so more of the deals are on healthy stuff?” One in three children now leaves primary school too fat. A study found those from deprived homes are heavier than rich kids for the first time in 60 years. firstname.lastname@example.org DIG FOR KATRICE Picture: PAUL EDWARDS SUPERMARKET two-forone deals should be on healthy items only, campaigners say. Most are on crisps, biscuits and snacks.” It comes a week after ministers signalled a ban on BOGOFs — sparking fears millions could see a rise in their weekly shop. However Jamie Oliver claimed they do not save shoppers cash and said ministers have a “golden moment” to act. The chef, who hired a personal trainer after he got tubby, said: “This is not about making Wait . . . Steve & Becky Sort your s**t out, Hunt told over wait HEALTH CRISIS 1 By ANDREW PARKER THE wife of a terminal cancer patient who waited 16 hours for a hospital bed has written to Jeremy Hunt telling him to “sort your s**t out”. Becky Wilkinson said the delay her husband Steve experienced at Royal Stoke Hospital was “one of the worst days” of her life. She praised staff, but told the Health Secretary: “Sort your s**t out and let doctors and nurses who desperately want to help do their jobs.” Becky said: “I ended up crying and begging them to help my husband. No one came — not because they didn’t want to but because they couldn’t. “We saw minor injury after minor injury come in, get assessed and treated. If I treated my dog the way my husband was treated I’d be banned from animals for life.” GP error note fear HEALTH CRISIS 2 By MATT WILKINSON A DIGGER removes soil near to where toddler Katrice Lee vanished 37 years ago. Brit soldiers helped supervise yesterday’s search in Paderborn, Germany. Katrice, right, went missing on her second birthday during a trip to a barracks shop with mum Sharon in 1981. Cops believe she was snatched and uncovered major new evidence. Dad Richard, who used to be stationed at the barracks, will fly out this week to visit the dig site. OVER half of GPs are failing in their duty to record mistakes they make amid fears it could be used as evidence against them in court. The “personal reflections” form part of their professional development. But 52 per cent of GPs have “stopped or adapted” their reflections after they were used to convict Dr Hadiza BawaGarba of manslaughter, found a poll of 682 medics by Pulse magazine. Dr Chaand Nagpaul, from the doctors’ union BMA, warned it would “undermine rather than improve patient safety.” Italy fight over Alfie ITALY is considering prosecuting the hospital where Alfie Evans died. The one-year-old, who had a degenerative brain condition, was made an Italian citizen last week, the basis for legal action. His parents fought to go to Rome for treatment but he died at Liverpool’s Alder Hey on Saturday. A source said: “The charge could be murder as machines keeping him alive were switched off.” RIPPER GRIPPER Search . . Brit soldiers remove undergrowth A warning note that serial killer Jack the Ripper is thought to have sent to London cops in 1888 has sold for £22,000. 1GM Tuesday, May 1, 2018 ............... SHAYNE ON CORRIE DEATH Final journey . . Aidan leaves the Rovers 5 By ANDY HALLS, TV Editor CORONATION Street star Shayne Ward’s character will kill himself in a shocking storyline next week. Former X Factor winner Shayne, who plays Aidan Connor, revealed a suicide in his family helped him play out the harrowing scenes. Aidan will take his own life after battling depression, with his devastated dad Johnny later finding him dead in the bathroom. Shayne, 33, who joined Corrie in 2015, said: “I think a lot of people know someone, a friend or someone in their family or hearing of someone who has taken their own life. “In my personal experience I’ve had people in my family attempt and also someone in my family unfortunately took their own life. “So for me, I just drew upon an honest truth and how I would feel in that situation. “When you are in those moments you can’t shy away. You either do it with conviction or you don’t.” In his final scenes, to be shown next Monday, Aidan will subtly say goodbye to unsuspecting friends and family. He tells ex-fiancee Eva, played by Catherine Tyldesley, that he loves her and she is “better off without him”. He later closes his GOODBYE TO EVA Aidan bids farewell to his unsuspecting ex Overdose . . . Hayley with Roy JOHNNY’S ANGUISH Aidan’s devastated father with wife Jenny I had a suicide in my family..I know how it feels CHAN GIRL GAY BLAST FILM star Jackie Chan’s daughter says she has been homeless for a month “due to homophobic parents”. Etta Ng, 18, who came out last year, made a plea for help on YouTube with girlfriend Andi Autumn, 30. Jackie, 64, worth £285million, fathered Etta during a fling with a beauty queen, and is said to have stopped supporting her and her mother. Etta said: “We’ve pretty much slept under a bridge. No one we know — family, friend or government — will help.” Her mum Elaine Ng, an ex-Miss Asia, was quoted as saying: “If they have no money they should go find work.” Sun COMMUTER Tom Hards has ditched his bus ride to paddle a kayak three miles on the canal from Stroud to Stonehouse in Gloucs and back every day. SPOT eyes in the Rovers as his dad’s leaving party goes on around him. The episode’s final scene will see him crying alone on his sofa. Broadcasting rules forbid Aidan’s suicide being shown to prevent copycat attempts. In a special one-hour episode next Wednesday his dad Johnny, played by Richard Hawley, lets himself in after he fails to turn up to work. He reads a note before dashing to the bathroom, yelling: “No, no, no. Aidan, what have you done?” Aidan’s sister Kate, played by Faye Brookes, later says she will never forgive him for being so selfish, asking: “Why would he do something so daft? Right now I hate him.” But Sally Webster’s sister Gina Seddon says: “People don’t kill themselves ‘cos they want to die. They do it because they’re desperate.” Suicide is now the biggest killer of men under 45 in the UK and the soap worked on the scripts with charities CALM and The Samaritans. Outgoing producer Kate Oates, who has been criticised for dark storylines, said: “We want to tell people that, however bleak they are feeling, there is always another way.” It will not be the first Corrie suicide. Ken Barlow’s wife Janet poisoned herself in 1977 while Katy Harris took her own life in 2005. Cancer-stricken Hayley Cropper overdosed in 2014 before dying in hubby Roy’s arms. email@example.com PHONE: 116 123 (UK) EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org SMASH TYCOON HUNT A BRITISH millionaire was being hunted by police last night after he wrecked his £270,000 Rolls Royce while showing off to two bikini-clad beauties. Jody Sanders, in his 30s, lost control on Sunday evening as he reversed at high speed with the giggling women. The motor spun backwards through the window of a tobacconist’s shop in Majorca, narrowly missing 20 people dining nearby, witnesses said. Mr Sanders and the women are said to have fled the scene on foot before police could arrive and do a breath test. Police said they were still searching for the driver but had identified him. Tuesday, May 1, 2018 ............... 7 BARRISTER’S COURT OUT T In for kidnap . . Wallis Girlfriend in sex act on thug prisoner SPANK YOU A VIOLENT inmate’s girlfriend left fellow lags stunned when she performed a sex act on him during a jail visit. She slipped under a table and pleasured Alex Wallis, 39. Staff were later tipped off by another con and launched an investigation. Now Wallis can see visitors only from behind a perspex screen. Last night a source said: “It’s staggering this could happen.” The incident at HMP Lewes, East Sussex, came four years after Wallis got 12 years’ jail for kidnapping a woman and threatening her with a crossbow. Last night a Prison Service spokesman said: “Staff dealt with an incident in the visitors’ area on March 14.” Head-on cyclist kill A DRIVER killed a pensioner cyclist taking part in a road race when she overtook two cars, a court heard yesterday, Ayasha Penfold, 20, ploughed her Mercedes head-on into John Durey, 69, in Kingsnorth, Kent, last May. Mr Durey died five days later of multiple injuries, Canterbury crown court was told. Penfold, of Brenzett, denies causing death by dangerous driving but admits causing death by careless driving. The trial continues. Arson as 4 kids die A MAN yesterday admitted an arson attack that killed four children and put their mum in a coma. Zak Bolland, 23, changed his plea but still denies murder charges. Courtney Brierley, 20, and David Worrall, 25, deny murder, attempted murder and arson. Mum Michelle Pearson, 36, came round last week to learn Demi, 14, Brandon, eight, Lacie, seven, and Lia, three, died in the fire in Walkden, Gtr Manchester, in December. Case continues at Manchester crown court. Take ’em down, sir Where are your briefs? EXCLUSIVE by TOM WELLS Slave sex . . . scene from the film 50 Shades of Grey & GOODBYE EXCLUSIVE by NICK PARKER A BARRISTER claims he was sacked unfairly after bosses found out about his spanking session with a junior colleague at work. Emails between Robert Jones, 40, and the unnamed woman were said to detail “sex contracts” in which they discussed sadomasochism and safe words. The Cambridge graduate was later suspended by London law firm Lexlaw for “bringing his hobby in to work”. But he says bosses only took disciplinary action months after the incident when he threatened to quit over pay. And Mr Jones claims they breached data protection laws by accessing his Lawyer claims he was sacked for office romp personal emails. He is taking Lexlaw to a tribunal alleging constructive dismissal, but is said to be “entirely sanguine” about airing details of his kinky activities. Sources close to Mr Jones insist the spanking was consensual and the couple did not have sex. But he is said to be keen to protect the “very junior employee” involved BREAST DRUG HOPE THOUSANDS of younger women with one of the deadliest breast cancers may benefit from a new drug, say experts. Patients with triple negative cancer who also had the BRCA gene mutation were twice as likely to respond to carboplatin chemo as a standard form. The aggressive cancers are most common in women under 40. London’s Institute of Cancer Research found tumours shrank in 68 per cent of 376 patients. The drug also delayed disease progression for seven months compared with four for current treatments. Breast Cancer Now, which co-funded the trial, called it “a landmark step”. Disciplined . . . Jones is suing former employers Sun TWO months after going missing from home pet cat Simba was found living four miles away near the lion pen at Colchester Zoo, Essex. SPOT in a tryst that sent rumbles through London’s Inns of Court. Mr Jones told legal blog RollOnFriday that he was suspended last June just a day after he rejected a request from Lexlaw’s managing director to reconsider his resignation amid a salary dispute. The lawyer said the spanking session had happened long before he quit and claimed it was raised only so Lexlaw would not have to pay him for his notice period. Mr Jones studied at Cambridge from 1996 to 2000, gaining a firstclass degree in mathematics and a special prize in astrophysics before studying law. He joined Lexlaw in October 2012 and specialised in corporate finance, before leaving last year to become a freelance barrister. On the row, Mr Jones said: “I had a consensual BDSM relationship with another employee, which included one brief incident in private on work premises several months before the disciplinary proceedings. “I was appalled to find out that my employer was monitoring my personal communications over a period of at least several months.” He claims the disciplinary action was in “retaliation” for him handing in his notice and “not a result of the much earlier incident”. A spokesman for Lexlaw confirmed “inappropriate workplace activities” had taken place last year involving a senior barrister. They declined to comment further other than to say: “The activities that took place are as unacceptable in our workplace as they would no doubt be in any workplace.” email@example.com BBC PAY RACE ROW THE BBC has been accused of paying ethnic minority staff nearly £20,000 a year less than white colleagues. Senior editor Saleem Patka yesterday levelled the charge at the corporation as he sued it for racial discrimination. He has accused bosses of offering him lower-paid roles than if he was white. Court papers reveal: “I believe I am being, and have been since May 2010, discriminated against on the grounds of race with my salary.” The BBC said: “We expect this employment tribunal to be heard later this year and are defending this claim.” Mr Patka declined to comment. 8 ............... Tuesday, May 1, 2018 1GM SAJID REPLACES RUDD It’s the l1st non-white in top govt job best job but full lSon of an immigrant bus driver of risks lNow tipped as a possible PM By NICK TIMOTHY Ex-Home Office & No10 adviser FOLLOWING Amber Rudd’s resignation, Sajid Javid fully understands the dangers of his new job. Like other departments, the Home Office makes laws and policies, but unusually its officials take countless sensitive decisions about visas, citizenship, deportations and more. This is where the political risk lies. The new Home Secretary has rightly promised to address the Windrush scandal. This has seen people with every right to be here treated as illegal immigrants by employers, landlords and the state because they lack the right papers. As the son of immigrant parents, Javid could have been affected by the scandal himself. He needs to show his human side and fix the problem quickly. But he must not overreact. Lefties are using Windrush to attack the “hostile environment” policies that tackle illegal immigration. Javid should defend the approach robustly: it should be difficult for illegal immigrants to rent property, get a job and open bank accounts. If anything, Javid must toughen up Britain’s defences against illegal immigration. And he needs to develop a comprehensive policy to control legal immigration too. Britain needs migrants with the talent and skills who will benefit our economy, but annual net migration — which is the number of people coming here minus those leaving each year — is still running at a quarter of a million. By TOM NEWTON DUNN, Political Editor NEW Home Secretary Sajid Javid — the first ethnic minority MP to hold one of the four top jobs in Government — has vowed to stand up to Theresa May on migration. Mr Javid, the son of a Pakistani migrant bus conductor, yesterday insisted that he would put “my own stamp” on the Home Office. And he attacked Mrs May’s hostile environment policy on illegal immigrants, introduced when she was Home Secretary. Last night ministers claimed he would use his surprise promotion as a springboard to succeed Mrs May as Prime Minister. Yesterday he was already using the Tory power stance adopted by David Cameron and Mrs May. Mr Javid, 48, was summoned to replace Amber Rudd yesterday. repla She quit after admitting misleading MPs on deportation targets following the Windrush scandal. Mrs May yesterday defended the use of the targets as important. Mr Javid is the first ethnic MP to get one of the four top jobs in politics — PM, Chancellor, Home Secretary and For- The son of immigrants, Javid could have been hit by Windrush himself ‘He must ensure police have powers they need’ That number must come down. And a post-Brexit immigration policy, which allows us to control European immigration, is an urgent priority. So too is tackling crime. Overall, crime is still lower than at any time on record. But violent crime is rising and knife crime is a problem, especially in London. Politicians should not interfere with day-to-day policing, and political responsibility for policing in London lies with the mayor, Sadiq Khan. But Javid needs to ensure the police have the powers they need to keep us safe. All this needs to be done while we face a grave terror threat. This is the invisible part of Javid’s new job. He will work closely with MI5’s chief, Andrew Parker, and sign piles of warrants every day that allow the police and spooks to track organised criminals and terrorists using covert surveillance. Tackling the extremism behind the violence is also vital: as a Muslim, Javid has shown already he has the confidence to do that. His workload will be immense, his responsibilities awesome, and 24-hour police protection will feel strange for a while. But Javid has landed one of the best jobs in government — the hard work starts here. Clashes . . . Mr Javid with the PM and in the Commons yesterday eign Secretary. And senior Tories say that puts him in prime position to take over at No10, uniting a party torn apart by Brexit. Mr Javid is said to be “on manoeuvres” for a future leadership bid. Bookies have already slashed the odds on him being the next PM from 66/1 to just 5/1. One minister told The Sun: “Sajid has been making noises for a little while about a leadership run, quietly asking a few of us what his chances would be and if we might support him. “The Home Office gives him a massive platform, and he already has an unbeatably good back story. I would be amazed if he doesn’t go for it when the time comes to move Theresa on, which will probably be next summer.” His appointment surprised many in Westminster, as Mr Javid and Mrs May have clashed in the past over migrant students. Aides said she promoted him because he is “a details man” with barrels of energy. A senior Downing Street figure said: “Being Home Secretary means you need a very sharp eye for detail Resigned . . . Ms Rudd and you have to be prepared to get your hands very dirty. If you look around the Cabinet, there aren’t many who fit that bill.” Addressing MPs, Mr Javid vowed to “do whatever it takes” to end the Windrush scandal, where ageing Caribbean migrants face wrongful deportation. Questioned over the need for a new Brexit immigration policy, he said: “Every department I’ve worked in I’ve almost certainly been putting on my own stamp.” Mr Javid hit out at taunts from Labour’s shadow home secretary Diane Abbott, who has Jamaican parents, saying: “I am a second generation migrant too. She doesn’t have a monopoly on anger.” He also rubbished the hostile environment mantra, used by Mrs May just last week to describe the policy of making it harder for illegals to prosper. Mr Javid said: “It’s not a phrase I’m going to use. It doesn’t represent the values of our country.” He added: “It’s about action.” Mr Javid previously challenged Mrs May for the Tory leadership in 2016, on a joint ticket with Stephen Crabb. They were eliminated in the first round of voting. Ms Rudd’s Cabinet exit has slashed the number of women around the top table to just five. Mr Javid paid tribute to her immense integrity yesterday. She was also hailed by him as an outstanding parliamentarian. The Sun Says — Page Ten firstname.lastname@example.org I JAV A DREAM 1GM Tuesday, May 1, 2018 ............... AS HOME SECRETARY Giant strides . . Javid at Home Office yesterday Come and Jav a go if you think you’re hard enough RISE IS THANKS TO HARD GRAFT By TOM NEWTON DUNN Idol . . . with Mrs T in his 20s First lady . . with wife Laura SAJID Javid’s life story is one of the most exceptional the Conservative Party has seen. Through hard graft and natural wit, he’s gone from growing up on a crime-ridden street in Bristol to the Home Office’s HQ on Marsham Street in London. He shared a two-bed flat with his parents — first generation Brits, immigrating from the Punjab in Pakistan — and four brothers until he was 12. From being able to speak only Punjabi aged three, schoolboy Sajid, below, won a place at Exeter University. He went on to make millions, becoming the youngest vice-president of Chase Manhattan Bank at 25. He became an MP in 2010, a junior Treasury minister in 2012, Culture Secretary in 2014 and Business Secretary in 2015. HOME OFFICE HUGH ‘FAULT’ A TOP Home Office civil servant was yesterday blamed for costing Amber Rudd her job — over a disastrous briefing at the peak of the scandal. Tories demanded immigration and enforcement chief Hugh Ind, below, be grilled over why he told the ex-Home Secretary there were no removal targets before her Select Committee appearance a week ago. Damning emails seen by The Sun show he told Ms Rudd’s advisers there were “no removal targets for immigration enforcement officers, regional or national”. In memos sent to her press team and “Windrush Gold Command” he added the Home Office only had an “overall ambition” to improve the effectiveness of enforcement work. The emails were sent last Wednesday after Lucy Moreton of the Border Force union told MPs on the Home Affairs Select Committee there were targets. Challenged shortly afterwards, Ms Rudd denied this and said: “That’s not the way we operate.” Furious Tory MPs last night also questioned who was behind leaks of sensitive documents that led to Ms Rudd’s fall. One senior Tory said: “There is a big feeling civil servants decided to do her in.” LABOUR CHAOS OVER ILLEGALS ALREADY DOING POWER STANCE Just like former Chancellor George Osborne, David Cameron and Theresa May LABOUR’S immigration policy was in tatters last night after shadow Cabinet ministers contradicted each other over deporting illegal immigrants. Shadow trade secretary Barry Gardiner told BBC Two’s Daily Politics show he backed targets for removing all illegals. But in a car crash interview, shadow home secretary Diane Abbott refused eight times to say what she would do when quizzed by GMB’s Piers Morgan. She finally said there should be targets for “deporting foreign national prisoners”. Remoan revival a threat to No10 By TREVOR KAVANAGH Associate Editor MOMENTS after Amber Rudd quit as Home Secretary she was being hailed as the new leader of the Tories’ raucous Remoaners. “We’ll give her a huge welcome to our back benches,” tweeted “Angry Anna” Soubry. Note the word “our”. These deluded Euro-zealots think they represent the Tory party. Ms Rudd, a resolute antiBrexiteer, might be tempted to accept. If she does, she will be dealing her party a second kick in the guts — and stymying any hope of a comeback. The overwhelming majority of Tory MPs, elected on a Brexit manifesto, support the 2016 referendum vote explicitly to leave the EU, its customs union and single market. Hardline Remainers represent a tiny faction, yet they threaten to bring down their own government by siding with opportunistic Jeremy Corbyn, Scot Nats and Lib Dem left-overs. Ms Rudd is personally amiable but, as she proved in Brexit debates with Boris Johnson, has a savage bite when roused. She is certainly ambitious. She would like to be PM. Sabotaging Brexit and keeping Britain in the EU in all but name might now seem the only way she can achieve her goal. It would be a huge gamble. Her self-inflicted resignation has damaged an already floundering government and left key immigration policy in tatters. Town hall elections are three days away and, thanks to her, the Windrush fiasco has given Labour traction among ethnic voters. Coupled with looming cliff-edge votes on Brexit, her shift from sacked minister to leader of a rebel pack would be a blatant act of disloyalty. Theresa May has somehow survived a catalogue of catastrophes — not least last year’s botched election. But she is still fighting for her life. Without apparently unelectable Mr Corbyn, Labour would be miles ahead. His personal ratings have crashed over his bizarre support for Russia, Syria and Labour’s anti-Jewish rabble. But the Momentum surge that snatched away Mrs May’s Commons majority is still a force to be reckoned with — as Thursday’s polls are likely to prove. With Brexit deadlines approaching crunch point, the PM cannot afford to fight on all fronts. Remoaners might see this moment of weakness as the time to pounce with Amber Rudd at their helm. That would be reckless to the point of treachery. Brexiteers representing the democratic will of 17million voters would not stay silent. A Tory civil war could yet hand Britain over to its first truly Marxist Prime Minister. DEMISE OF PM’S YES MINISTERS Confusing . . . Abbott FORSYTH: PAGE 10 9 10 ............... Tuesday, May 1, 2018 Sun THE SAYS A smart move SAJID Javid is energetic, intelligent and focused. He is a surprising choice for Theresa May as Home Secretary, given their history, but an inspired one. Resolving the Windrush scandal is his first priority, then soaring violent crime. And this son of Pakistani migrants must steer Mrs May towards an immigration policy based more on the economy’s needs, not some random limit. Mr Javid is better placed than most to sort out the vast, shambolic Home Office. And we welcome that top job being occupied by a Minister so clear that Brexit means nothing without leaving the customs union. Amber Rudd is an able politician and a likeable woman who had a shocker of a fortnight and was badly briefed. Her vilification by Labour and its frenzied trolls for political gain was grim. So is their deliberate stoking of the Windrush row to confuse two issues. Those affected are legally here and were appallingly mistreated by officials. That is not the excuse Labour apparently seeks to go soft on ILLEGAL immigration and stop deporting those with no right to be in Britain. As for Ms Rudd, we hope she resists her Remainer instinct to defy Mrs May in Commons votes on Brexit. It would be political insanity — and could destroy her Government and her party. Lords’ shame UNELECTED peers have become a cancer eating away at our democracy. Yesterday a disgraced Old Etonian infamous only for billing taxpayers £2,200 to clean his mansion’s moat led a bid to negate the will of 17.4million voters. The Government MUST defeat it or its negotiating strength will be crippled. Brexit has shown the true colours of this chamber of doddering has-beens, rejects and stooges who now openly admit they are out to halt Brexit. Their expenses fiddling destroyed public faith in politicians. This could be the last nail in the coffin. Britain will not stand meekly by and watch these titled clowns usurp the biggest democratic mandate in our history. How can they be so blind to the danger? Zeal on housing IT takes guts to accept a demanding Cabinet job weeks after life-saving surgery. For that we admire James Brokenshire, new Housing Secretary. We’re just not yet sure he’s the right man for it. Housing doesn’t need a safe pair of hands. The dire shortage of affordable homes is robbing a generation of the chance to buy, eroding faith in capitalism and bolstering Corbyn’s Marxists. Mr Brokenshire tried to block just 60 new properties in his constituency. But he is now going to have to tear up archaic planning rules nationwide. He’s an unlikely revolutionary. But this role requires it. 2GM BY PICKING JAVID, PM ACCEPTS SHE NO LONGER DICTATES TO CABINET IF everything had gone right for Theresa May in the past 12 months, Sajid Javid would be sitting on the back benches. A year ago, close allies of the Prime Minister were gleefully tipping him for the chop in a post-Election reshuffle. But yesterday he ascended to one of the great offices of state. What makes Javid’s appointment so remarkable is that Theresa May cares about the Home Office — which she was in charge of for six years — more than any other department and she and Javid have not seen eye to eye over the years. If the Prime Minister was at the peak of her powers, he would not be the new Home Secretary. When Theresa May made Amber Rudd Home Secretary, it was on the implicit understanding that she would continue her legacy at the Home Office. Rudd accepted this trade — and swallowed her own doubts about several of Mrs May’s policies. This approach was, ultimately, what did for her. Javid, a far more independentminded politician, will not repeat that mistake. Indeed, no senior member of the Cabinet offered the job would now be prepared to make the trade that Rudd did back in 2016. Mrs May simply isn’t powerful enough to demand that kind of loyalty any more. Rudd’s departure exposes Mrs May in two ways. First, the firebreak between her and the Windrush scandal has been removed. Any further revelations about what has gone wrong will end up on the Prime Minister’s doorstep. Second, it has shown how Mrs May now has to reach out in even her most senior Cabinet appointments, promoting those who have clashed with her in the past. The troubling demise of May’s yes ministers IN . . . newly appointed Javid is all smiles at Home Office yesterday ‘Javid will be his own man at Home Office’ When the political Cabinet met for the first time after Mrs May’s Election disaster last year, Javid was ABSOLUTELY BRUTAL in setting out what was wrong with the way she and her team had run Downing Street. The Prime Minister was left in no doubt as to Javid’s frustration with how her team had undermined him. But the reason why he was briefed against is fascinating, given his new job. Javid’s offence was not to kowtow to Mrs May. At the height of the May ascendancy, when she was the most popular Prime Minister since polling records began, most ministers went along with whatever she wanted, whether they agreed with it or not. Javid did not. He argued ferociously against what he saw as her antibusiness proposals. He fought particularly hard against her desire for tests for foreign takeovers of British companies. In meetings he sided with Chancellor Philip Hammond in arguing that Britain shouldn’t become like France, a country where the government stopped foreigners buying a yoghurtmaking company on national interest grounds. Mrs May now finds herself presiding over a Cabinet where ministers know they can push their own positions with little consequence. So Jeremy Hunt and Gavin Williamson have both campaigned publicly for more money for health and defence respectively. Meanwhile, Foreign Secretary POWER STRUGGLE . . . Mrs May yesterday OUT . . . Rudd on Sunday, hours before she was forced to quit By JAMES FORSYTH Boris Johnson has openly set out the kind of Brexit he wants, unafraid to get ahead of the Prime Minister’s position. David Davis, the Brexit Secretary, is now letting it be known what the differences are between his approach and that of the Prime Minister’s chief adviser on the negotiations, Olly Robbins. If Javid was prepared to stand up to Mrs May at the height of her powers, what will he do now? He certainly won’t be her patsy at the Home Office. He’ll be determined to put his own stamp on the department. A more ruthless politician than Amber Rudd, he won’t feel any compunction about breaking from the Prime Minister’s Home Office legacy where necessary. Why, then, has Mrs May appointed him? Well, I understand her initial instinct was to consider Karen Bradley, the Northern Ireland Secretary, for the job. Bradley is a May loyalist: She was one of her junior ministers at the Home Office, an enthusiastic backer of her leadership bid and is her most reliable ally in the Brexit inner Cabinet. However, senior figures at No10 persuaded the Prime Minister that appointing Bradley would look like she was circling the wagons — that it would project an image of weakness, not strength. With a growing feeling among the Cabinet that Mrs May has retreated into the Downing Street bunker, listening more and more to officials such as Olly Robbins and less and less to ministers, appointing a cipher to be Home Secretary would have caused dangerous levels of anger and resentment. Mrs May, to her credit, listened and the decision to appoint Javid was made. His instincts on immigration are different from Mrs May’s. He doesn’t regard it as a numbers game and is one of the Cabinet ministers most privately sceptical of the PM’s aim to reduce immigration to the tens of thousands. If Mrs May was in a stronger position, she would have appointed someone more prepared to defer to her views on this subject than him. Javid will be his own man as Home Secretary, not the Prime Minister’s. Mrs May, who knows the Home Office so well, will find that hard to take at times. But his appointment is a recognition that she isn’t any more in a position to dictate to her senior ministers. lJames Forsyth is political editor of The Spectator. 1GM Tuesday, May 1, 2018 ............... LIZ’S CURLY HURLEY 11 Data crunch . . mobile Phones app can help cure cancers By DANIEL JONES SMARTPHONE users could help scientists find a cancer cure by downloading an app to crunch small amounts of medical data while they sleep. It would take one powerful computer running round the clock 300 years to process the same data that 100,000 smartphones running six hours a night could process in just three months. The DreamLab app — developed by Vodafone and Imperial College London — can be downloaded from app stores and processes treatment data from cancer patients worldwide overnight. Star Wars actor John Boyega, who plays Finn, is backing the initiative. He said: “The app essentially uses the collective power of people’s mobile phones while they sleep. It’s compelling.” Death by chocolate . . Liz gets dunked in show By PAUL REVOIR LOOKS like Liz Hurley’s become the victim of a careless Wispa as she gets covered in chocolate in her current TV role. The actress, 52, joins the Aero-stocracy in US series The Royals as the fictional Queen Helena. Dame Joan Collins, 84, adds to the Galaxy of stars in the show on E!, which also features Liz’s son Damian, 16. But Helena nearly Flaked out when future daughterin-law Willow — played by Genevieve Gaunt — got her Snickers in a twist and tried to drown her in a chocolate fountain. Trying to kill a member of the Royal Family? She could end up with a Bounty on her head. Fined for hate golly A MAN was fined yesterday for displaying a golliwog with a noose around its neck in his window. Jason Wakefield-Jones’ flat was across the road from two Indian restaurants, a court heard. Two women in Prestatyn, North Wales, said they were upset by the doll and called police. Wakefield-Jones, 50, admitted intent to cause harassment, alarm or distress and that the offence was racially aggravated. District Judge Gwyn Jones, sitting at Llandudno JPs’ court, fined him £365. He said: “You may think it was funny but it was not.” BA man’s wine end A BRITISH Airways steward feared poisoned by toxic cabin air died after drinking wine at a friend’s, an inquest heard. Matthew Bass, 34, had jet engine toxins in his body but experts dismissed it as a likely cause of death. He was four times the drink-drive limit. The inquest in Reading, Berks, was told that on balance Mr Bass, of Clapham, South West London, went into cardiac arrest in 2014 due to the alcohol in his system. His parents paid for the second inquest after the first was inconclusive. Verdict: misadventure. MOTORS’ ELECTRICAL FAULT BMW ‘SOLD 300K DEATH TRAP CARS’ EXCLUSIVE by ANDY CRICK BMW tried to play down a potentially fatal fault in tens of thousands of cars before a driver died, an inquest heard. The German car giant insisted that an electrical glitch was not “critical”. MAKING WAVES Brazilian Rodrigo Koxa surfed the biggest wave ever at 80ft off Nazare, Portugal, last November, says Guinness Records. Fatality . . a BMW and Mr Gurung Months later retired Gurkha Narayan Gurung, 66, was killed when he swerved to avoid a BMW which had cut out on a dual carriageway. The fault Ex-Gurkha killed in crash had left the car without any power or lights, the inquest heard. Mr Gurung, a dad of two, ploughed his Ford Fiesta into a tree near Guildford, Surrey, on Christmas Day 2016. Wife Ella survived. The Woking coroner was told that in 2011 BMW had identified a fault leading to complete electrical power loss in 370,000 of its 1 and 3 Series cars and Z4 models. In 2014 the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency wanted all the cars recalled, telling BMW: “We do not want a fatality.” But BMW fixed just 36,000 of the affected cars and in 2016 convinced the DVSA to drop its probe. Ed Ramsay, on behalf of Mr Gurung’s family, told BMW engineer Mark Hill: “The risk that had been identified was a risk of death.” Mr Hill said of the fault: “This is deemed not critical because the driver is still able to steer the car and brake.” The inquest continues. 12 ............... Tuesday, May 1, 2018 1GM CASH★TREATS ★PRIZES SAVED £104 John White Bexleyheath, Kent JOHN’S HAVING A TON OF FUN Join John and over half a million other Sun readers collecting codes for cash with Sun Savers. Turn to page 20 for today’s code. Visit sunsavers.co.uk or get the app. 18+ UK residents only (excludes Isle of Man & Channel Islands). See full T&Cs at sunsavers.co.uk/terms 1GM Tuesday, May 1, 2018 ............... Ally Ross onTV 13 email@example.com BOBBY’S BOOGIE FRIGHTS HAS light entertainment ever produced anything quite as terrifying as Bobby Crush impersonating Liberace, on the Last Laugh In Vegas finale? Jeez, not even the real thing was quite that sinister, surely. One of those occasions when a picture – see above – cannot do full justice to the horror of the real thing. So just try to imagine Bernard Manning walking on to Stars In Their Eyes and announcing, “Tonight Matthew, I’m going to be Betty Boothroyd,” then hammering away dementedly at a piano in a style Bobby described as “16-to-the-bar boogie-woogie” but the audience probably thought of as “everyoneto-the-bar boogiewoogie”. (Climb over women and children if you need to escape in a hurry.) A miracle and a mercy then that Mick Miller, lGOOD luck with that one, Chunk. Bernie Clifton and Cannon & Ball managed to salvage the veterans’ big Vegas gig as any other ending would’ve been a disappointing way to finish such an entertaining series. More fun than the actual performances, though, was the group dynamic and the puncturing along the way of some monstrous old egos who set out on this ITV adventure a month ago. Particular highlights being Bobby Crush, “a pianist from the UK”, receiving the response “You’re a penis?”, Jess Conrad’s real name (Gerald Arthur James) being rumbled inside Flaming Eagle’s desert teepee and a disgruntled/ hungover Kenny Lynch snarling: “They should use Su Pollard for waking up the dead.” Which they might just have to, if Last Laugh In Vegas ever gets another series. Bring it on. Smug legal drama The Split made me file a motion... MONTHS ago, the idiots who run BBC1’s drama department heard writer Abi Morgan pitch her idea for a series about “the female-dominated world of divorce lawyers”. But not a single word that followed. Not even the bit about “divorce lawyers”. She could’ve told them she’d cast Zippy, George and Bungle in the main roles and they still wouldn’t have been listening. By that point, it was already “Go! Go! Go!” for The Split, which succeeds in doing the only thing the BBC really cares about passionately these days — politically correct boxticking — but fails in every other respect, including the most obvious one. It’s the wrong subject. Even those of us who’ve never needed one instinctively hate divorce lawyers, especially the rich, right-on London variety. So attempting to humanise them, in the space of six episodes, is like setting off up Mount Everest in a pair of flip-flops. Suffice to say this one wandered off a cliff before it even reached base camp. What episode one offered us, though, was an unlikely story about three sisters all working as high-profile London lawyers. Fiona Button’s Rose is getting married, Annabel Scholey’s Nina definitely isn’t and Nicola Walker is a sanctimonious pain in the rear called Hannah who’s got the job of telling the others “Dad’s back” after a 30-year absence. “What does he look like?” A lot like the bloke from Buffy The Vampire Slayer, seeing as you ask, Nina, which isn’t the only credibility issue with the casting. As well as refusing to believe Anthony Head is their dad, I’m assuming none of you believe any of those three are sisters, let alone lawyers. You’re also probably l TV Gold: Channel 4’s hymn of praise to Thames Water’s heroic teams of turd-shifters on Fatberg Autopsy: Secrets Of The Sewers. ITV’s Last Laugh In Vegas finale. The sad and volatile ending to Will Millard’s brilliant My Year With The Tribe. And Harry Hill’s Alien Fun Capsule, co-written by TalkSport genius Paul Hawksbee, making me weep with laughter thanks to a random extra from Sue Johnston’s long-forgotten Crime Traveller series and Jimmy Osmond playing “Preston or Burnley?” with Robert Peston and Kay Burley (ITV, Saturday, 7:30pm). llll GREAT Sporting Insights. Harry Maguire: “What I’ve learned is that football is football.” Leon Taylor: “These boys have plenty of bows to their string.” Charlie Nicholas: “When you haven’t delivered the goods, it sometimes means you haven’t delivered.” And Chris Brunt: “You could stand here all day and pick bones in our season.” (Compiled by Graham Wray.) SISTER ACT . . . unlikely screen family having trouble with the idea Stephen Tompkinson’s a multi-millionaire who’s divorcing Meera Syal and not even entertaining the idea Tanya Franks is involved in a messy break-up with Matthew Baynton’s stand-up comedian, Rex Pope, given you probably saw her marrying Max Branning on EastEnders an hour ago. Clumsy casting wouldn’t matter so much, obviously, if The Split had some give-a-toss plots and a decent script. It’s got neither, though, and if it’s not drowning in baffling legalese it’s coming across like one of Davina’s shampoo adverts. “Hello, Hannah.” “Hello, Nina.” “New hair?” “New job.” It doesn’t end there, though. Any full list of The Split gripes should also include: Stephen Mangan, in full smug mode; an oddly named Dutch bloke, Christie Campbell, who is a lager lookalikes THIS week’s winner is Ross Kemp and Jimmy Wisniewski, from Brickleberry (search me). Sent in by Bailey James, via email. Picture research: Amy Reading. commercial waiting to happen and has the inexplicable hots for Hannah; and the actual legal procedures themselves, which break every strict code in the profession. In such hopeless circumstances, the best thing any drama can do is start sending itself up, sharpish, Howards’ Way style, and play it all for laughs. But if there are two characteristics an increasingly long list of 2018 BBC dramas — like Collateral, McMafia and Troy — all share, it’s a tendency to take themselves very seriously and flop fairly spectacularly. It’s probably not a pattern The Split’s about to break. In fact, I can already sense the writer’s desperation bubbling to the surface when Rex Pope is asked to remove all the “ex-wife” jokes from his stand-up routine and screams: “How else do you expect me to shine this s***?” Answers on a postcard, please, to the Head of BBC Drama. l l l l QUIZ-show mouth-breathers of the week. The Chase, Bradley Walsh: “In 1964, Northern Dancer ran what US race in a then-record time of two minutes flat?” Mamta: “The Boston Marathon.” Bradley Walsh: “Boxes was a 1988 art installation by which so-called Young British Artist?” Will: “Gainsborough.” Tipping Point, Ben Shephard: “Which endangered animal has an enlarged wrist that functions almost like a thumb enabling it to grip food?” Dan: “The black rhino.” Bradley Walsh: “Whose funeral in 1806 saw The Times use an illustration for the first time?” Phillipa: “Margaret Thatcher.” l RANDOM TV irritations: Britain’s Got Talent recycling Magus Utopia and Baba Yega from Stephen Mulhern’s Next Great Magician and Belgium’s Got Talent. Frank Skinner’s Urban Myths impression of Johnny Cash failing to get him locked up in San Quentin. Geordie Eeyore Kevin Maguire killing the Good Morning Britain party vibe, almost every day, at 6:20am. The BBC’s Nicholas Witchell actually wondering out loud if the royal baby name was “a subtle message of solidarity with Europe”. (No.) And mollycoddled Britain reaching the stage where Watchdog Live thinks it needs to instruct us all in the art of wet-wiping shopping trolleys for bacteria. Watch yourself, people. They’ll be coming for your bums next. Trust me. llll OBSERVATION round. Who said the following things last week: “It’s a gruesome, five-ton lump of London’s fatberg.” “A silent beast.” “It’s toxic.” “And it’s here now in the flesh.” A) Rick Edwards on Secrets Of The Sewers? B) David Dimbleby introducing Diane Abbott on Question Time? 26/4/18... A GAG ON ENDERS UNPRECEDENTED goings-on in Albert Square, where the most appropriately named EastEnders character of all time, Rainie Cross, the crack-addicted, alcoholic prostitute, has returned having discovered God and Max Branning. Though not necessarily in that order. Together, they’re now running and living inside the car lot which magically regenerated last week like a giant, ginger Mekon’s Tardis. Also weird is the fact Kat’s been back from Ireland for weeks now without updating everyone on Alfie’s brain tumour or casually mentioning she discovered a long-lost son who’s a homicidal priest called Dermott Dolan, while in Redwater. It all pales into smalltalk, however, compared to the fact that at 19:37 on April 26, 2018, for absolutely no reason, Big Mo, top, suddenly piped up: “They don’t watch lSEAMLESS handover of the week. This Morning, Schofield: “Next, we’re talking vaginal rejuvination with Danielle Lloyd and her mum. First, let’s find out what the Loose Women are talking about.” Andrea McLean: “Coming up, Chris Packham will be opening up . . .” More of the same, then. The Flintstones in Saudi Arabia . . . but they Abu Dhabi Dooooooo!” Carve that date in marble and celebrate it every year. The day they told an actual joke on EastEnders. llll GREAT TV lies and delusions of the month. The Charlotte Show, Josh Ritchie: “Charlotte’s the same as me. Such a smart girl and so clever.” Good Morning Britain, Susanna Reid to Piers Morgan: “You should go up to Scotland more often.” He f***ing shouldn’t. And Last Laugh In Vegas, Su Pollard: “Goodbye London, hello Vegas, this is where I belong.” Su Pollard is appearing in Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs, at the Malvern Theatre, from December 13. 14 ............... Tuesday, May 1, 2018 1GM EUGENIE FRIENDS FEAR FOR BELOVED PAD’S BY HARRY’S PRINCESS Eugenie and her fiance have quietly moved in next door to royal lovebirds Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The two couples, both due to wed at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle, now live in adjacent cottages at Kensington Palace. .. DAZZLER . s Caroline show g rin off her Last Monday, as the Duchess of Cambridge was having baby Louis, EugeEXCLUSIVE nie, 28, and wine merchant Jack Broooksbank, by EMILY ANDREWS 31, took over three-bedroom Ivy Cottage. earlier but there were Harry and Meghan are arguments over who paid in the two-bed Notting- for renovations.” ham Cottage. Also at the palace are A pal said: “Harry and William, Kate and family, Eugenie are great mates the Dukes and Duchesses — she was one of the of Gloucester and Kent first people who met plus Prince and Princess Meghan. Michael of Kent. “Eugenie is so pleased. Harry, 33, and Meghan, It’s the first time she and 36, are to wed on May 19 Jack have lived together. while Eugenie and Jack They wanted to move in follow suit on October 12. EXCLUSIVE by STUART PINK Showbiz Features Editor AFTER years matchmaking desperate reality TV wannabes, Caroline Flack is now set to marry one. The Sun on Sunday last weekend revealed the Love Island host’s engagement to Apprentice and Celebrity Big Brother housemate Andrew Brady. Just weeks earlier Caroline, 38, had dumped him amid cheating rumours and concerns he was using her name to boost his career. Pals worry she has taken a major gamble on Andrew, 27. Just six months ago he told industry figures he was desperate for the trappings of fame and planned to bag a famous girl. Her friends believe it is highly unlikely the pair will ever make it down the aisle — and certainly not in the same year Caroline’s most famous ex, Prince Harry, exchanges vows with Meghan Markle. A friend said: “Caroline is unquestionably happy with Andrew and regards his proposal after just three months of dating as incredibly romantic. But there remain so many question marks over him. “He’s so desperate to be famous and has already been found out once. Known for cockiness, not business acumen SITTING PRETTY . . . Caroline in a publicity shot for Strictly, which she won in 2014 “The fact she forgave him was a surprise, so you can only imagine what the reaction was among her friends when she broke the news surrounding the engagement. There is genuine concern.” Yesterday his reputation was dealt a fresh blow when former girlfriend Rachael Rhodes said he planned to propose to HER just before meeting Caroline in February — then disappeared from her life. The radio DJ said: “The last time I saw him he described our wedding, told me how many kids we were having and what colour their hair would be. He told my mum what ring he wanted to get me then, like magic, poof!” Caroline made her name in kids’ TV before hosting ITV2 spin-offs of flagship shows I’m A Celebrity . . . Get Me Out Of Here and The X Factor. She stepped up to present The X Factor’s main show alongside Olly Murs in 2015, having won the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing in 2014. Now she hosts Love Island, which last year became a surprise ratings winner and cultural phenomenon. Her casting seemed perfect given Caroline’s chequered love life, which includes a headline-grabbing hook-up with another famous Harry — One Direction’s Styles. Some labelled her a cougar in 2011 for dating the singer, who is 14 years younger than her. She has also had romances with music manager Jack Street, who guided Sam Smith’s rise to the top, and artist Blue Logan. Caroline met Andrew in February, shortly after he was evicted from Celebrity Big Brother. He had been desperate to appear on the show following his 2017 stint on The Apprentice. On the BBC1 1GM Tuesday, May 1, 2018 ............... TV STAR WITH A FAME-HUNGRY FIANCE HEAD OVERo HEELS . . . du on Instagram POSER . . . ftAndrew in soth core shot wi el glamour mod ... HANDS ONsnap Andrew in oot sh from erotic BIG NEWS . . . pair conf irm engagement What the Flack does Caroline see in this preening wannabe? show he was known more for his cockiness and lothario instinct than his business acumen. He was “fired” in week eight, not long after bedding engaged fellow contestant Anisa Topan, who is ten years his senior. An insider said: “As soon as The Apprentice aired Andrew was on the lookout for a showbiz agent. “He was giving interviews with everyone on the condition every article included topless shots of him and his Instagram was mentioned.” Andrew didn’t mind snaps of a soft-core erotic shoot he took part in after The Apprentice leaking into the public domain, perhaps believing the old adage there is no such thing as bad publicity. His HIS EX . . . DJ Rachael thirst for stardom grew after landing his dream gig on CBB, taking the lowest fee of the housemates. Once inside the house, Andrew was accused of having a “showmance” with Shane Jenek, better known as drag performer Courtney Act, in a bid to win over voters. The insider added: “Alarm bells began to ring when Andrew openly enquired how to use the paparazzi to his benefit, which was so brazen many people thought he was joking. He was desperate to stay relevant after his stint in the house, fearful he would just disappear like so many reality stars who appear on Celebrity Big Brother. “Andrew also embarked on a campaign to attract more social media followers but made it clear he was not ‘prepared to pay for them’.” BLOKE WATCH PRINCE HARRY, 2009 – Caroline briefly dated the royal after the pair were introduced by a mutual pal. HARRY STYLES, 2011 – They met on The X Factor and started brief romance. Harry, left, was 17 at the time and Caroline 31. JACK STREET, 2013-14 – Lasting around 18 months, Caroline’s relationship with the music manager is her longest since finding fame. The pair, left, were often spotted at music festivals but he called time on their romance while she was taking part in Strictly Come Dancing. BLUE LOGAN, 2014 – She dated Blue in the wake of winning Strictly. They spent time together in LA. AND TWO NEARLY MEN . . . OLLY MURS – The pair were muchlinked during their flirty co-hosting of The Xtra Factor and later the main show – but the pals both insist nothing happened. JAMES ARTHUR – The singer and Caroline were rumoured to have swapped numbers after he won The X Factor in 2012. SUITS YOU . . . in Apprentice and, right, in drag on Instagram Like many reality stars, he made cash and spread his name touring nightclubs, even posing in selfies for money. It was around this time he met Caroline in a bar in East London. They soon became inseparable, giving the media hints something was going on by posting nearidentical videos on Instagram. When their relationship became public and pictures of Andrew and Caroline more frequent, the Love Island host smelled a rat. A friend said: “Caroline had managed previously to keep her dates relatively low-key. She was rarely spotted out and about. “But now her every move with Andrew was being captured. She even woke up one morning, opened her curtains and saw photographers outside. She’d never had that problem before. “When she saw pics of Andrew leaning out of a window topless, for all the world to see, she confronted him about it.” The couple split briefly, Caroline influenced by girls’ claims they had been intimate with Andrew during his nightclub appearances. The friend added: “Andrew was so desperate for these stories to be denied, he requested that these girls were asked which part of his body he had pierced to prove they had been with him. “Sometimes he was let off. Girls said his nipples but didn’t mention the ring in his c***.” After a make-or-break trip to his native Cheshire, away from prying eyes, Caroline decided to give Andrew another chance. Suddenly, nobody was capturing their every move and the kissand-tell stories stopped. Andrew culled thousands of glamorous followers on Instagram. So has Caroline tamed him? And has Andrew put an end to her losing streak with men? Those who know the telly star best pray both are true. A pal added: “Everyone just wants the best for Caroline. She’s a hugely popular figure, not only within her friendship group but in work circles too. “Lots of people simply want what’s best for her and don’t want her to experience any heartache. “They all want to see her get married, settle down and be happy.” Hopefully the Apprentice also-ran will end up being Caroline’s perfect candidate after all. Additional reporting: SARAH PACKER 15 16 ............... Tuesday, May 1, 2018 2GM Scottish SWEPT TO DEATH are top tippers By PAUL SIMS SCOTS have turned the tables on their stingy stereotype to be named Britain’s top tippers in a nationwide survey. Glaswegians typically leave £5.33 after meal out — the national average is £4.51. a The generous Scots have overtaken Londoners who gave most in the last survey in 2015 but who are now in third place, leaving £5.01 for good service. Belfast came second with £5.13. But it is Liverpudlians By STEPHEN BOUVIER who are most likely to leave a tip — as 97.5 per £3.22 — and one in five diners there never leave cent reward staff, the poll of 1,000 adults found. anything. But waiting staff in Adrian Valeriano, of Newcastle OpenTable were least which comlikely to get a missioned the thank you, research, said: with just 85.9 “The UK is a AVERAGE GIVEN per cent of nation of willdiners leaving ing tippers, 1 Glasgow £5.33 a tip. with the natSome 72 per ional average 2 Belfast £5.13 cent of people tip on a prefer to leave steady rise.” 3 London £5.01 cash despite The stingiest restaurants, tippers were 4 Shefﬁeld £4.84 in Nottingham, cafes and bars leaving an increasingly 5 Bristol £4.80 average of going cashless. CAMBRIDGE Tourists defy the weather on the River Cam UK’S BIGGEST TIPPING CITIES LONDON Cars in flooded road near Richmond Lock A MAN was swept to his death by a freak wave yesterday as 55mph winds and a month’s worth of rain battered parts of Britain. The victim and two mates were dragged into the swell from the pier at the Royal Harbour in Ramsgate, Kent. They were pulled out in a rescue mission involving a lifeboat and a helicopter. Two were treated in hospital but the third, who was not named, was declared dead at the scene. In nearby Westbrook beach huts toppled over into the sea. Meanwhile, in Southampton, Essex and Hants cricketers wore woolly hats to keep warm, left. Nearly 2.75in (7cm) of rain drenched London and the South East. April’s monthly average is 2.3in (6cm). Yesterday temperatures struggled to 8C (46F) in London and 12C (54F) in Manchester. The chilly soaking came ten days after the hottest April day on record — with beaches jammed and highs of 29C (84F) on the 19th. Forecasters say it will start warming up today and we should be in for a decent Bank Holiday weekend. KENT Beach huts blown into the sea at Westbrook sands 2GM BY WAVE Brighton beach during hot spell FROM THIS.... TO THIS Tuesday, May 1, 2018 ............... 17 HOLES GOING TO POT Dig rules sort divots POTHOLES plaguing motorists could become a thing of the past under new roadworking rules. Instead of digging up roads, utility firms will have to put cables and pipes under pavements. TODAY TOMORROW THURSDAY High: 15°C (59°F) High: 14°C (57°F) High: 16°C (61°F) Low: 4°C (39°F) Low: 4°C (39°F) Low: 6°C (43°F) Dry and bright for Sunny spells, most, rain in west Rain in east patchy cloud TRAGEDY Helicopter at Ramsgate where man died It will mean the end of roadworks to lay them, a practice that often leads to holes appearing in the middle of busy stretches. By DAN SALES The Department of Transport confirmed the ution cannot simply be to guidance will be in a come up with more and draft issued to firms. more money and to fill Transport Secretary potholes that collapse a Chris Grayling said: “You year or two later.” get far fewer holes But Stephen Joseph, appearing in intact roads chief exec of the Camthan roads that have paign for Better Transbeen regularly dug up. port, said: “Pavements are “So we are already in a going to create terrible state, a default that partly as we you have to have lots of look first at utilities under laying the utilithere. You can’t ties under the export the probpavements lem from roads rather than to pavements.” under the dan.sales@ roads. The sol- Delays . . . roadworks the-sun.co.uk 18 ............... Tuesday, May 1, 2018 1GM ZAYN AGAIN bit bi A’S are AUSSIE trio DMthe midriding high in r secafte week charts Now ond album For ten. top the raced into laimed The critically acc this d roa the band hit y supweek before theAGHER LL GA M port LIA mer. in London this sum Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @simonboyle87 SOMER IS OVER ZAYN MALIK GIGI HADID and – and here have reconciled in New York g they are kissin on Sunday. in March The Sun revealed bi it after more that they had spl ether. But than two years tog now deleted the couple havethat confirmed the statements their separation. meter RAPPER POST MALONE’s album Beerbongs & Bentleys is smashing records across the globe after its release on Friday. It racked up almost 79million streams globally on its first day. Post has another Spotify claim to fame – his single Rockstar, from last September, has been streamed 965million times and is No11 on Spotify’s list of all-time most streamed songs. Given his album title, we know how he’ll be celebrating. Katy hasll Snow ba KATY PERRY has made a surprising transformation from pop princess to Disney princess. The US singer unveiled this suitably fairytale look for American Idol’s first ever Disney-themed episode. Her poodle Nugget also got into the spirit of things, dressed up as Minnie Mouse. Katy’s arrival as Snow White appeared to come as a shock to fellow judges LUKE BRYAN and LIONEL RICHIE on Sunday night’s show. Host RYAN SEACREST claimed no one knew Katy was planning the stunt, adding: “We have our very own princess tonight. That is incredible.” She’s got her prince in ORLANDO BLOOM, now all she needs is her seven dwarves. KANYE WEST had other things on his mind as his third child was making her first appearance in the world. Wife KIM KARDASHIAN has revealed he was busy with pals in a connecting room as Chicago was being born via a surrogate in January – so she summoned sister KOURTNEY instead. She said: “Kanye was playing Connect Four and not paying attention. I was like, ‘Kourtney, I need you to be here with me’.” Selfless as ever, Kanye. CRAIG DAVID and RITA ORA are becoming an unlikely duo. They have announced they will headline two shows together this year – in Maidstone, Kent, and Northampton. Tickets are on sale now and Craig said: “These will be two of only a handful of shows I am doing in the UK this summer, so let’s make them big and party. Having Rita as a guest makes it even more special, as we worked together back in the day and I’ve always been a fan.” Maybe a collaboration next? bi bit TAYLOR SWIFT ation tour is ’s Reputbreaking recordalready first gig at the Uns. Her iversity of Phoenix Stadiu Arizona, on Ma m, in y beat the attenda 8, will ONE DIRECTIOnce of a N show in 2014, which 56,524 fans watch saw ing. ticker LILY ALLEN has finally admitted what we have all known for years – her music is rubbish. She says she hated her dreadful 2014 album Sheezus and couldn’t stand performing it live because she was so bored of the painful songs and the people she was on the road with. Lily, below, explained: “I said to the record label, ‘I am not doing any more promotion. I don’t care about this album any more’. “There were meant to be, like, two more singles and I was like, ‘No. I don’t want to release any more’. “I just did not want to be doing it. “I even felt really isolated in the shows with the audience as well, as the band I had I did not like. “I did not like the people. They were not listening to me when I said I wanted things to change.” I’m sure the feeling was mutual. Speaking on GEORGE EZRA’s podcast, she added: “It was like, ‘I don’t want to be in f***ing Wisconsin on my own, playing music that I am not really into with these people that don’t really care about me and I don’t care about. What the f*** am I doing here?’” I have been wondering what she’s doing here for years, too. LEO PARTIES IN DiCAPITAL LEONARDO DiCAPRIO is no stranger to a wild party, and I’m told he’s planning a showstopper in London. The Hollywood lothario has teamed up with Tempus, a magazine for the super-rich, to throw a bash at Claridge’s hotel – with organisers inviting many of the capital’s hottest posh girls to be there alongside him. Also on hand next month will be a host of celebrity guests, vegan food, drinks and a live band. A source said: “No expense is being spared. Leo is going to be celebrated for the outstanding work he does for the environment, as well as his film career. “It’s going to be one of the parties of the year.” All good, clean fun, I’m sure. Big Narstie debut album BDL Bipolar out July 6 Bob Dylan Apollo on Sept 20 Melissa Etheridge and Adam Lambert to t bi SHEEZ SO BORING LOVE Island’s has dumped GABBY ALLEN SOMERVILL MARCEL E after he cheated on he were on holid r while they ay Gabby is deva. the other woma stated after messages fro n showed her to meet up form Marcel asking “day sex”. A source sa row one night id: “They had a back to their so Gabby went roo “Marcel sta m. woman at therted chatting to a his relationsh bar. He claimed was over and ip with Gabby he just needed to make it throu gh the week. “Marcel and the girl slept together in he r roo m and he promised to se day when Ga e her the next bb y wa s at the gym.” Gabby is well shot of him. ROMAN KEMP yesterday unveiled the first big names for Capital’s Summertime Ball on June 9 – and they include JESS GLYNNE, right, RUDIMENTAL, CHARLIE PUTH and JAX JONES. SHAWN MENDES will also be headlining ahead of the release of his third album. He said of the event: “I’m excited. It was insanely fun last year. There is a photo of me walking off stage and that was super, super memorable.” MY TEAM: Nicola Fahey, Tuesday, May 1, 2018 ............... bi bit POLDARK’s EL TOMLINSON wilEANOR l launch her music career with debut album Tal Home on May 8. es From Sh e has released a tea video for her cover ofser 197 1 hit If You Could Re Mind, by GOad My RD ON LIGHTFOOT. Howell Davies, Lucy Jones, Sarah Packer and Daniel Sperling Straddle steamer HAILEY BALDWIN gets steamy with BELLA HADID as she straddles her on a sunlounger. Actor STEPHEN BALDWIN’s daughter and model Bella were relaxing in Miami. They also basked in bikinis with singer pal JUSTINE SKYE during a sunshine cruise on the city’s waterways and later Hailey and Bella smooched in an Instagram shot taken at a vegetarian restaurant. Bella split with THE WEEKND 18 months ago while Hailey was most recently linked to SHAWN MENDES. This is one way to make them jealous. BIKINI BANTZ . . . Bella laughs with Justine and Hailey on cruise. Right, Bella unbuttons on boat. Top right, she shares restaurant kiss with Hailey Sheridown Smith TROUBLED STAR’S KNICKER-FLASHING MARKS END OF TOUR SHERIDAN SMITH sparked fears of a meltdown as she brought down the curtain on her car-crash tour the only way she knew how . . . with two hours of knicker-flashing and obscenities. The troubled star threatened to get naked on stage, opened her legs to expose her underwear and told the audience that she was “bonkers” at the show on Sunday. And that was before the interval. The actress and singer — who played singer and Blind Date host CILLA BLACK in a 2014 ITV drama — told the Cardiff crowd: “This is so new to me, because obviously I’m used to playing roles and hiding behind characters, so bear with me. I feel naked right now. I will get naked — but in the second half.” And she almost did. After a rendition of ROBERT PALMER’s Addicted To Love, she teased: “You can see my Spanx, can’t you?” Uncrossing her legs, she added: “Sorry — you can see them now.” Sheridan, who quit stage show Funny Girl in 2016 after battling stress and exhaustion, also confessed to the audience she was “nuts” in a rant at a punter. She said: “We’re all a bit nuts. It’s like that quote that says, ‘You’re bonkers, but all the best people are.’ True. Anyway, I’m going off on one there, sorry.” Her Cardiff gig marked the end of a nine-date tour which also included a show in London, far right, and Edinburgh, where she was said to have urged the crowd to get drunk, flashed her boobs and given out her hotel room number. Barred from hotel Sheridan didn’t hold back on Sunday either, again calling out details of her accommodation to punters during the gig at the Wales Millennium Centre. It is not the first time her wild behaviour has sparked concerns. Sharing an anecdote about filming the Cilla drama in Liverpool in 2013, she revealed she was barred from a hotel after bringing “half the club” back to her room. She said: “We’d just started filming. We had to be there for months. We might have gone out and had a bit of a sesh, and decided it’d be fun to bring half the club back to the hotel and play Blind Date — as you do. “This went on for hours until the phone rang. It was the manager and I’m barred for life from that hotel. So I spent the whole shoot in a hotel on my own.” Earlier in her tour, Sheridan admitted she “lost her mind” during the past two years and blamed men for sending her “crazy”. 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MP Julian Knight, of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport select committee, said: “Enough is enough. “I congratulate The Sun on highlighting this.” YouTube last night deleted the shoplifting videos A spokesman said: “YouTube does not allow videos on our platform that provide instructions on how to steal. “We work quickly to remove them from the platform when we become aware of them.” email@example.com 21 1GM Tuesday, May 1, 2018 ............... PROMOTED CONTENT UY HAPPINESS? POOR TO RICH London is the richest region, with 21 per cent of household incomes £50,000 or more rely pay a b n a c e w s e m ti ome happy’ e ’r e w t u b – ls il b he 40, live in partner Richard, council om dro -be three a their four h wit ll Hu in house 15, Harvey, children, Charlie, and one, 11 h, ria 3, Ma hard is a Ric . ae Ezm ld ear-o rt worker. po sup re ca l tia siden and Kerris il Ph o int d ve ey mo in nearby fe-Lacy’s house e. hir rks Yo st Ea ley, se is huge – and and Kerris’s hou ch like a rabbit hut us. Our house is ed to theirs. in away from a ma as great to be hrooms – they bat of nty ple e road and to hav re’s always have one and the have three. We just our house. at gs rnin mo the a queue in the top ome puts them in “Phil and Kerris’s inc as we’re population, where the of t cen per 10 how similar – but it was weird in the bottom 10 Taekwondo , their kids have we really are. Yes nd a lot actually, they spe , but ons less no and pia centre er. Family is at the eth tog e tim ily of fam assumed as it is for us. I’d of their lives, just t they’d this big house tha because they had y’re both very The . not y’re the be stuck-up, but rth people. normal, down-to-ea showed and Phil’s house “Moving into Kerris Harvey, ldren, Charlie and chi est eld two my r mind sible if you put you that anything is pos much as well so d ieve ach to it. Kerris has e home kids. She has the hug me as having the two inesses. It’s made bus g ssin rdre hai and two t if she college. I think tha to k bac go to want . can do it, then I can realise w has made me “But doing the sho have everything I life. my with that I’m happy n and my partner, my childre that I need: my y just etimes we can onl Som se. hou l nci little cou ’re happy. we but bills the pay gs that mories out of thin “We make our me ney.” don’t cost lots of mo RICH TO POOR EAST MIDLANDS 13% rarely or never happy ‘Money feels such a privilege now’ PHIL and Kerris Sca ife-Lacy live in in a five-bedroom ho use in Beverley, East Yorkshire. Phil, 41, owns a numbe r of businesses an d Kerris, 38, owns two hairdressing salons. They have two children, Co oper, aged 8 an d Oakley, who is 4. Kerris is expecting her third child in Jun e. he’s had to conside r if he can do someth ing all his friends are doin g. But I think that’s a good thing. I missed buy ing fresh fruit and veg , I had no idea how expens ive they are, we eat them a lot at home and take it for granted. Tha t feels like such a privilege now. “There’s a real com munity feel on the estate where Sara h and Richard live , which “We haven’t always is som ething we don’t rea had the money tha lly have at home. t we have now. We’ve had It’s great though – some tough times in the kids all play out tog the past and we know ether and our boys love that if we had to ma d it. Everyone look nage s out without, we would. for each other and Having said that, it they were certain was hard ly making our cash very wel coming to us. stretch to cover eve rything while we were stay “The biggest lesson ing at Sarah and Rich for Phil and me was ard’s. “It really affected that it made us thin Cooper, who was k about why we’ve old ended enough to tune up where we are into our discussions . Why did we ma abo ke those ut making ends meet. decisions about our He was conscious lives? of how much electricity we “I don’t think there’s were using becaus any difference in leve e of the meter, and he was ls of happiness betwee worried about ask n our family and the ing for £3 for a pottery wor irs. I thin k there are stresses kshop at school. At on bot h side s. As long as home, things will just get pai our family is togeth d for and it’s the fi er and we’re healthy rst time , what more could you ask for?” EAST OF ENGLAND 12% earn less than £10k LONDON 48% always or often happy Rich House Poor House is on Channel 5 on Wednesday 2 May at 9pm 23 24 ............... Tuesday, May 1, 2018 1GM 65 POLL ‘FRAUDS’ 2 FREE TICKETS PROBED Local elections fear THRILLING DAY OUT WITH OUR GREAT GIVEAWAY Wovretrh o £100 SCOTLAND Yard is investigating 65 allegations of voting corruption in London ahead of Thursday’s local elections. 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ON ME ’EAD Priest is a paedo A CATHOLIC priest began dating a divorcee after fathering a child with one of her daughters and groping another at a swimming class. Alan Devine, now 74, started seeing the first girl when she was 15 and she had his baby at 19. After he left his job as chaplain at the all-girls Stockport Convent School in the 1980s he began seeing the girl’s mother. Now he faces jail for groping the girl’s younger sister when she was 11. At Minshull Street crown court, Manchester, he was convicted of six sex assaults on the girls but cleared of two rapes. Sentence was adjourned. Tuesday, May 1, 2018 ............... 25 Dressing down for skirt lads SCHOOL GCSE BASH FURY BOYS who wore dresses for a school’s non-uniform day were punished — as it was deemed to be “offensive”. Year 11 students were allowed to wear fancy dress for a preGCSE celebration. DAVID Beckham shoots for the moon with his latest tattoo. He displayed a solar system featuring Saturn on the left side of his closely-cropped hair. The England legend’s latest inking takes his tatt collection to 51. Son Brooklyn, 19, follows behind with 15. Beckham, 42, was launching a new hotel in Macau, near Hong Kong. But ten lads were sent to detention after arriving in slip dresses — sparking fury from some parents. One told The Sun: “Someone apparently claimed it could be seen as transphobic, but that’s utterly stupid as girls were allowed to dress as cowboys and one wore a EXCLUSIVE by MATT WILKINSON moustache and no one complained. Fancy dress is about wearing a fun outfit. People are too sensitive these days.” Several boys, some wearing little black dresses, posed for photos during the non-uniform day at Penweddig Community Comprehensive, West Wales. A spokesman said: “Parents, pupils and staff raised concerns.” He said students were all warned to “dress appropriately and avoid offending other pupils or the wider community”. matt.wilkinson@ ‘Offensive’ . . boys the-sun.co.uk THE HOME OF LIVE SPORT THIS WEEK’S COMMENTARIES EXCLUSIVE RADIO COMMENTARY BELLEW VS HAYE REMATCH THE TM tonight from 7pm on talkSPORT Live coverage tomorrow from 7pm on talkSPORT Live coverage Thursday from 7pm on talkSPORT Exclusive coverage Friday from 7pm on talkSPORT 1089/1053AM • DAB Radio • App • talkSPORT.com SATURDAY FROM 8PM 26 ............... Tuesday, May 1, 2018 2GM WE’RE WELL-HEELED By CHLOE KERR SEVEN dogs have been taught to stand in a straight line and pose for the camera like “trained models”. Owner Kaylee Robertson, 28, gives the six Shetland sheepdogs and one Alaskan Klee Kai treats and plays ball as a reward. Kaylee, of Scalloway, Shetland, said: “For anyone wishing to train and take pics of dogs there is one rule — a happy dog makes a great photo.” HIGH ROLEX ASTHMA DEATHS UP 20% UK 5th worst in Europe Of the 28 countries in the EU, only Estonia, Spain and Cyprus fared worse. The UK death rate between 2011 and 2015, at 1.98 per 100,000 people, was almost 50 per cent higher than the EU average of 1.32. And the British rate rose by 21 per cent from 1.83 in 2011 to 2.21 in 2015, when asthma attacks killed 1,434 people. Experts blame a lack of basic NHS care and awareness of the seriousness of the condition. Twothirds of patients do Fear . . asthma patient BATTERY maker Energizer has launched a series of long-life smartphones which it claims last up to 20 days on one charge. By comparison, most modern handsets go flat after one or two days. Energizer has released 13 Android phones which cost from £15 to £400. They are licensed by Avenir Telecom. It said: “They are super-practical and contain all the features you’d expect.” A rare Rolex Submariner 5513 watch bought for £69 in 1966 could fetch £120,000 at auction next month in Corsham, Wilts. HEALTH SHOCK THE UK has one of the worst asthma death rates in Europe with fatal attacks surging a fifth in five years, a study shows. Phone to last 2wks By SHAUN WOOLLER not get the treatment they are entitled to including a yearly review, Asthma UK found. And one in six adults did not know asthma could be fatal, the poll of 1,000 revealed. One review by the Royal College of Physicians found two-thirds of deaths could have been prevented with the right care. Dr Samantha Walker, from Asthma UK, said: “It is shocking so many people are dying while other countries are improving. “While we don’t know for sure why the UK is performing so poorly, a lack of understanding could play a part.” Greece has the best EU rate with just 0.15 deaths a year per 100,000. Then come Bulgaria and the Netherlands. Anxiety raises dementia risk Carbs kick off menopause PEOPLE who suffer from anxiety in middle age are up to seven times more likely to develop dementia, a review suggests. University College London docs analysed studies of 30,000 30 to 65-year-olds. They found those with anxiety were 1.48 to 7.4 times more likely to develop dementia at least ten years later. CARB-lovers start the menopause nearly five years before those who eat plenty of oily fish and beans, research shows. The Leeds University study of 14,000 women found those who ate rice and pasta daily faced the change before the UK average of 51. Vegetarians got there ten months before carnivores. 2GM BRAND: MY AGONY AS MUM FIGHTS FOR LIFE Tour off after hit-&-run Tuesday, May 1, 2018 ............... By ROB PATTINSON RUSSELL Brand has cancelled a string of shows as his mum fights for her life after a car accident. Crash . . Sun, & Russ with mum The comic told his fans she had suffered “numerous, life-threatening injuries” in the hit-and-run. In a Twitter video Russell, 42, told his 12million followers that he was cancelling the remaining dates on his Rebirth live tour. He said: “I can’t imagine performing because I feel too sad. If you've got tickets, they’ll be refunded or possibly rescheduled. I apologise but obviously it’s circumstances beyond my control.” Barbara, 71, was in the back of her son’s chauffeur-driven Audi A8 limo when it was in a collision with a Vauxhall Astra near Brentwood, Essex, last Thursday morning. She was on her way to babysit her granddaughter Mabel, 18 months, Russell’s child with wife Laura, 30. Police arrested a man in his 40s on suspicion of causing serious injury by dangerous driving. Russell said Barbara had recently completed a sixth round of cancer chemotherapy. He said he realised “the importance of people you love”, adding: “I’m sad. She’s vulnerable.” firstname.lastname@example.org James . . . and tickets Train nut James is on track for a title Aide £1m will blow A CARER who “guided the pen” of a dying man as he signed over nearly half his £1million fortune has lost her windfall and faces a £85,000 legal bill. Donna Henderson had “helped” Marcel Chu, of South Woodford, East London, to leave 40 per cent to her family just two days before he died. But an expert said the signature was not by Mr Chu and a High Court judge vetoed the will. BATTLE OF KNITAIN A group of knitters have made a 10ft woollen Spitfire to mark 100 years of the RAF in Thirsk, North Yorks. PARK STRIFE By PAUL SIMS A TEENAGER who has collected 87,330 train tickets is aiming to break the world record before they go paperless. James Connolly, 18, started amassing them in 2014 and is halfway to the 163,235 record. That is held by Frank Helker, a German who started collecting in the 1980s and got the title in 2004. James, who studied tourism at college, hopes to smash the record by early 2019. The lad, from Huddersfield, West Yorks, said: “I have always been a railway enthusiast. I was obsessed with Thomas the Tank Engine so it spiralled from there.” James — in a wheelchair since he was two with an undiagnosed condition — collects the tickets from personal journeys. He also gets up to 5,000 a day from ticket collection gates at his local station. Killed by Triumph A KEBAB delivery driver got his car skewered after parking on top of a meter. He lost control of the Peugeot 307 while reversing and his bosses posted a picture on social media. Oz, the owner of Oz’s Pizza and Kebab House in Dawlish, Devon, said he had “limited experience with automatic vehicles”. Or he could be just shish at parking . . . A CAR enthusiast died after his vintage motor rolled on top of him as he worked on it. Adrian Stock, 75, was trapped under the 1951 Triumph Herald with leg and chest injuries. The retired engineer was flown to hospital from his home in Brecon, South Wales, but died nine days later. A neighbour said: “The car is his pride and joy. He keeps it in his garage and works on it.” SUM LANDLORDS Tenants spend £1billion a year on repairs their landlords should have done, a study has found. 27 Doner park there, mate . . . kebab car 28 ............... Tuesday, May 1, 2018 2GM 7KH PROMOTED CONTENT YORKSHIRE VET ZLWK3HWHU :ULJKW the Each week, I share ns of trials and tribulatio great treating all creatures le lda Ske at all sm d an Veterinary Centre SUN JOINS HARRY POTTE EXCLUSIVE from JENNY FRANCIS Coma . . . Christopher in Kerala, India Brit biker loses leg in drink drive hell STANDING in the fierce heat, with chains cutting into his flesh, Arthur’s only source of water is too far away to reach. But even if he was closer, the desperately thirsty elephant would not dare move. By ROBIN PERRIE T he life of a vet is incredibly varied, and this week has been no exception. In fact it’s been a real rollercoaster of emotions. No matter how long I do this job, I am faced daily with situations where I don’t know what the outcome will be, and those cases can be the hardest. Julian [Norton, Wright’s co-star on TYV] and I have, quite literally, treated all creatures great and small this week – from tiny hamster Christopher Nibbles to Dobbie the llama. I was called out to Richard Todd’s farm to help deliver a calf. It was a tricky business and let’s just say that it didn’t have a glamorous ending for me. I also paid a I WAS CALLED visit to two of my OUT TO oldest clients, Steve and Jean Green DELIVER A (above), at their CALF. LET’S farm. They’ve known JUST SAY IT me since I started here, and we always DIDN’T HAVE have a bit of banter. A GLAMOROUS Jean is 66 and Steve is 88 and they ENDING FOR ME singlehandedly run their farm, getting up at the crack of dawn to tend to their cows. They are true Yorkshire characters. Julian has been busy at the Llama Trekking Centre, where he was reunited with Dobbie, who he helped a while ago. But I’m not sure Dobbie was too pleased to see Julian this time. Tune in tonight to find out why. One of my more difficult cases was Dachshund Bella, who was brought in with a swollen tummy. Bella is the muchloved dog of owner Amy, who was very worried. I had to get to the bottom of what was wrong, which, unfortunately, required surgery. Find out how Bella and the other animals got on in this evening’s episode of The Yorkshire Vet. t The Yorkshire Vet is on at 8pm tonight on Channel 5 A BRIT motorcyclist is fighting for life in Brazil after losing a leg in a horror drink-drive smash. Christopher Peck, 34, was a fortnight into a dream South America trip when the drunk’s car slammed into him. Doctors amputated his leg at the scene. He was later put in an induced coma with brain swelling and kidney failure. Ex-Navy sailor Christopher, of Workington, Cumbria, works as a fisheries protection officer in the Falklands. The crash happened on April 20 close to the border with Bolivia. Local media reported the drink-driver, 32, had been out of jail for only four days after a similar offence. He was not hurt. Chris’s sister Natalie said: “He is such a loving lad. It is devastating.” Steel in a meat pie A PIE company has been fined £25,000 for selling a chicken and bacon slice containing a steel plate that had been put there deliberately. Peter’s Food Services stuck the plate into the £1.50 slice to check metal detectors were operating correctly in their bakery. But it was lost in the check — and found in the slice by a customer. Council officers visited the factory in Bedwas, South Wales, and found shortfalls in procedures. The firm admitted placing unsafe food for sale and was also told to pay £500 to the customer by Newport magistrates. Nott film landmark A BOOK shop constantly mistaken as the one in romcom Notting Hill has put up a sign telling film fans to go away. The Book & Comic Exchange, which has a blue door like the one in the film, can hold only a few customers at a time but was mobbed by tourists. Fed-up staff at the West London store put up a sign stating: “This is not the shop from the rubbish film Notting Hill. “So don’t ask! We don’t know where it is either!” A fan on Instagram wrote: “A brilliantly angry sign.” The Travel Book Shop that featured in the 1999 movie shut in 2011. TICKETS ALL OVER.. A set of unused tickets for every Euro 96 match found in a suitcase in Stoke-on-Trent could get £150 at auction in May. YOUNG: Elephants are taken from the wild as babies and put in secret training camps where they are taught to fear their mahouts (trainers) KRAAL: A ‘crushing cage’ made from wood that acts as a tiny prison for elephants. They are kept in here for months, unable to move PAJAN: The term for breaking the spirit of an elephant by beating, starving, chaining and torturing it into complete submission ANKUSH: Wooden stick with a metal hook, designed for beating. It is rested against the elephant – if it drops to the floor, the animal is beaten If he did, he would receive a vicious beating from the man standing beside him brandishing an ankush, a fearsome wooden stick topped with a sharp metal hook. Exhausted and stressed, Arthur sways his head from side to side — looking to the passing tourists as if they can come to his rescue. But when a group stops to take a look, all they do is pose for selfies. The Sun is in India on a mission to uncover the suffering of elephants which are beaten, broken and chained up for decades to pull in tourists. With us is Harry Potter actress Evanna Lynch, who admits that until recently she would have been one of those travellers happily snapping pictures for an exotic Instagram post. The 26-year-old, who played Luna Lovegood in the wizard movies, said: “Just a few years ago I dreamed of going to India and riding an elephant. But then I couldn’t have imagined the abuse the elephants suffer. “Now I know, and I think everyone else needs to see this and know too.” Arthur is one of 50 elephants kept in pain and terror at an “elephant temple” in Guruvayur, in Kerala, South India. It is a popular destination for thousands of the more than 850,000 Brits who visit India each year. Evanna, who is also an avid animal rights campaigner, continued: “I have been so shocked. We saw one elephant chained up — it couldn’t move at all. Wounds are covered over with grey paint “It had a stick resting on its head so if it moved the stick would fall. If it did the trainer would give it a beating. “I asked the man standing there how long the elephant might have been there, and he told me probably his whole life. That is unfathomable.” India’s elephants are snatched from their mothers in the wild when they are babies and taken to secret “training camps”. Here they are beaten, starved and tortured into complete submission in a process called “pajan”. The first step is for the beasts to be forced into a kraal or “crushing cage”. This is a wooden structure designed to keep the elephant so tightly caged it cannot move — not even to turn around, nod its head or sit down. Trainers then starve the animal and keep it awake for days on end. Exhausted and on the brink of death, the elephants are then beaten with wooden weapons, specially designed to inflict as much pain as possible. This happens every day for at least six months, but can go on for years. When finally their spirit is so broken that they let their trainers ride them, they are deemed safe enough to be rented out or sold to tourist attractions and temples across India. Nearly half of the elephants die from this abuse, and of those who survive to be sold, another ten per cent die within a year due to stress. But their suffering is a tourism goldmine. Elephants can be rented out for rides, festivals or to temples for anything from £34 to £1,600 a day — in a country where the average labourer only makes £10 a day. While much of the most violent training takes place out of sight of tourists, the brutal reality of elephants’ lives is far from hidden. When we arrive at Kerala’s Kochi airport a giant elephant statue welcomes us, complete with chains around its feet. Within half an hour of being on the road we are overtaken on a motorway by a rusty truck carrying an elephant tied down by chains, wires and rope. Seconds later another passes. They are being transported from camps across the country to one of India’s famous elephant festivals, Thrissur Pooram, in Thrissur, Kerala. We are on our way to the same event, where we find more than 90 ele- Ch h bee staa caa alll tou u d rid see E m phants have dressed up an n w of huge crow a drums are ba With the h access to a the animals, k In this dark the animals a to move or least one t v sticks, and ev e Many have k feet and back trainers who grey to coverr tourists. In order to these beasts h Tuesday, May 1, 2018 ............... 29 R STAR EVANNA’S MISSION TO HALT TORTURE SHAMEFUL . . . chained out of sight of festival CRUEL . . . fetters bite into beast’s legs at the festival hained, h eaten, e arved, a aged... a l for urist u des d and elfies e SHOCK . . . Ev with elephants. anna in Harry Potte Left, r film been shipped in. They are nd n forced to stand in front w wds while cannons fire and a anged for hours. h help of our guide we gain backstage holding pen for out of sight of visitors. k corrugated-iron structure k, a are heavily chained, unable access water. Each has at t trainer guarding it with v very animal looks terrified. e gaping wounds on their k — not a problem for the ks simply paint the wounds r up the injuries from the o discover more about what h have been through, Evanna and I travel two hours north into deep forest to the village of Kodanad, where our guide tells us there is a training camp. After some careful negotiations with guards we manage to enter, posing as tourists who “just want to see the elephants”. Inside we see the terrible, stark reality of their lives. Chained to tree stumps, they are in appalling condition. Autoor is 16 years old and we find her swaying her head from side to side, over and over again — a sign of huge distress. It is impossible not to want to comfort her, but before we get too close a trainer approaches and whacks her with a stick, she immediately stops swaying, instead standing completely still. We quickly move on until we find a clearing in the forest. It is here we find the saddest of sights — a lone elephant locked in a crushing cage. The wooden cell stands so tall at first it is almost impossible to make out the elephant stuck inside. ‘This is every single tourist elephant’s fate’ Then the trainers arrive and begin hitting and stabbing the elephant through the cage with large sticks. It is too much to bear and, with our guide getting increasingly anxious about our pictures being discovered, we quickly leave. I ask our guide, is this how all ele- phants are trained, or are some tamed more humanely? His response is chilling: “This is every single tourist elephant’s fate. The only reason they obey is with fear. They have been broken.” Duncan McNair, founder of charity Save The Asian Elephants (STAE) is campaigning for a law banning UK holiday firms and tour companies advertising trips for these sorts of encounters with animals. He says: “Elephants are some of the most intelligent, emotional creatures in the world and the abuse they suffer is unimaginable. “Those horrors ensure the rest of their life is lived in fear. “I’m confident that if any tourist ever saw this, or even a small aspect of it, they would be appalled.” With tears in her eyes, Evanna said: “When people who have ridden elephants in the past or visited these places see this article, I don’t want them to feel guilty — they were misled by the irresponsible tourist industry. “What we need to do is to put that guilt into action and not visit these places in future. “I’d read a lot about the abuse elephants suffer but seeing it up close has given me the ability to speak from my heart and tell others that we can make a change by not spending our money and posting these tourist images.” lFor more information and to donate please visit stae.org. Pictures: LOUIS WOOD Elephant E cruelty we must m never forget 30 ............... Tuesday, May 1, 2018 1GM tvguide Tuesday 6am Breakfast (S,HD) 9.15 Rip Off Britain: Food (S,HD) 10.00 Homes Under The Hammer Properties purchased in Kent, Liverpool and London. (S,HD) 11.00 A1: Britain’s Longest Road Lives hang in the balance after a car careers off the A1. (S,HD) 11.45 The Housing Enforcers Matt Allwright meets a desperate Liverpool tenant whose family faces eviction. (R,S,HD) 12.15 Bargain Hunt (R,S,HD) 1.00 BBC News At One (S,HD) 1.30 Regional News (S) 1.45 Doctors Rob tries to help a man who is being exploited. (S,HD) 2.15 800 Words Everyone is talking about George and Fiona’s clinch after the cricket match. (S,HD) 3.00 Escape To The Country Alistair Appleton meet a couple seeking a home in rural Shropshire. (S,HD) 3.45 Flipping Profit A search for bargains in Hay-On-Wye. (S,HD) 4.30 Flog It! (R,S,HD) 5.15 Pointless (S,HD) 6.00 BBC News At Six (S,HD) 6.30 Regional News (S) Followed by Party Election Broadcast By The Conservative Party 6am Flog It! Trade Secrets (R,S,HD) 6.30 A1: Britain’s Longest Road Documentary. (R,S,HD) 7.10 The Super League Show (S) 8.00 Sign Zone: Sea Cities –: Brighton (R,S,SL) 9.00 Victoria Derbyshire (S,HD) 10.00 Snooker: The World Championship Coverage of day 11 at the Crucible Theatre, where the first two quarter-finals get under way – Mark Allen v Kyren Wilson and Ding Junhui v Barry Hawkins. (S,HD) 12.00 Daily Politics Presented by Jo Coburn. (S,HD) 1.00 Snooker: The World Championship Further coverage from the Crucible Theatre, where two quarter-finals get under way – John Higgins v Judd Trump and Mark Williams or Robert Milkins v Ali Carter. (S,HD) 6.00 Eggheads Quiz show hosted by Jeremy Vine. (R,S,HD) 6.30 Britain In Bloom In Stechford, Birmingham, Chris Bavin meets a group of determined volunteers entering their town into ‘It’s Your Neighbourhood’, the entry level scheme of Bloom. (S,HD) 6am Good Morning Britain (S,HD) 8.30 Lorraine Entertainment and fashion news. (S,HD) 9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show The host invites guests to air their differences. (S,HD) 10.30 This Morning Celebrity chat and lifestyle features. (S,HD) 12.30 Loose Women Amy Schumer drops into the studio to discuss her new film, I Feel Pretty, and Victoria Derbyshire talks about her new book. (S,HD) 1.30 ITV Lunchtime News (S) 1.55 Regional News (S) 2.00 Judge Rinder Real-life cases in a studio courtroom. (S,HD) 3.00 Tenable Quiz hosted by Warwick Davis in which a team of gym trainers answer questions about top 10 lists, then tries to score a perfect 10 in the final round. (S,HD) Then Local Weather 4.00 Tipping Point Game show hosted by Ben Shephard. (S,HD) 5.00 The Chase Quiz show hosted by Bradley Walsh. (S,HD) 6.00 Regional News (S) Followed by Party Election Broadcast By The Conservative Party 6.30 ITV Evening News (S) 6am Countdown (R,S,HD) 6.45 3rd Rock From The Sun (R,S) 7.35 Everybody Loves Raymond Two episodes. (R,S) 8.30 Frasier Double bill. (R,S) 10.05 Ramsay’s Hotel Hell (R,S,HD) 11.00 Undercover Boss USA (R,S,HD) 12.00 C4 News Summary (S,HD) 12.05 Coast Vs Country (R,S,HD) 1.05 Posh Pawnbrokers (R,S,HD) 2.10 Countdown (S,HD) 3.00 A Place In The Sun: Home Or Away A couple choose between the Lake District and the French Alps. (R,S,HD) 4.00 Escape To The Chateau: DIY Nicole visits Angel to ask her about wallpaper she found in her chateau. (S,HD) 5.00 Four In A Bed Owners of The Redstone in Blackpool compete for the best B&B title. (R,S,HD) 5.30 Buy It Now Hairdresser John demonstrates the features of his hair product. (S,HD) 6.00 The Simpsons Lisa’s guinea pig destroys a painting in the family’s living room. (R,S,HD) 6.30 Hollyoaks Maxine is still furious with Adam about his outburst at Darren. (R,S,HD) 6am Milkshake! 9.15 The Wright Stuff Matthew Wright and guests talk about the issues of the day. (S,HD) 11.15 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It Away! Paul and Steve call for police back-up at a flat in London’s Docklands. (R,S,HD) Followed by 5 News Lunchtime 12.15 GPs: Behind Closed Doors A patient feeling unwell after bumping her head visits the surgery. (R,S,HD) Followed by Access 1.15 Home And Away (S,HD) 1.45 Neighbours (S,HD) 2.15 NCIS The team crosses paths with agent EJ Barrett. (R,S,HD) 3.15 Running For Her Life A triathlete hires a coach who uses hypnotherapy as a training technique, but the return of repressed memories takes a toll. Thriller starring Claire Forlani. (2016) ✪✪✪ (S,HD) 5.00 5 News At 5 (R,S,HD) 5.30 Neighbours Jimmy is rushed into hospital. (R,S,HD) 6.00 Home And Away Ash is rushed into hospital. (R,S,HD) 6.30 5 News Tonight (S,HD) 9pm Things become complicated for Hannah when she faces Christie’s ex-wife in The Split 10pm Philomena finds herself in Brexit Britain in the series finale of Cunk On Britain 8pm Davina McCall helps more people tackle personal challenges by This Time Next Year 6.30pm Adam is in Maxine’s bad books following his outburst at Darren in Hollyoaks 8pm The Yorkshire Vet Peter Wright does his best to save a young cow in a difficult labour 7.00 The One Show A mix of nationwide reports and live studio-based chat. (S,HD) 7.30 EastEnders Phil offers Max a cash bribe to leave the Square, and is confronted by disgruntled Arches customer Henry about what happened with Sharon and Keanu. Whitney tries again with Halfway. (S,HD) Followed by BBC News 8.00 Holby City (18/52) Fletch clashes with Abigail when an unexpected visitor turns up on the ward, and personal issues distract Nicky from her big case. (S,HD) 9.00 The Split (2/6) Acclaimed Centre Forward Diallo Diopo is in Noble & Hale as Hannah is representing his fiancé in their pre-nup. Christie excitedly talks his way in to the negotiations, but is thrown when he realises that the opposing – heavily pregnant – lawyer is his ex-wife, Lauren Brooker. Elsewhere, Ruth and Oscar clash head on as she demands he stay away from her girls. It is clear he has no intention of listening to her. (S,HD) 10.00 BBC News At Ten (S,HD) 10.30 Regional News (S) 10.45 Life And Death Row: In Cold Blood With seven days to execution, a former US Marine meets a son he fathered on the run, giving him a will to live. His murder victim’s boys recall the impact of having dad brutally killed. (S,HD) 11.45 Obesity: The Post Mortem Revealing how dangerous too much fat is to peoples’ internal organs. Cameras follow a pathology team as they conduct a post mortem on the body of a 17-stone woman. (R,S,HD) Then Weather For The Week Ahead 12.45 -6am BBC News (S,HD) 7.00 Snooker: The World Championship The concluding session on day 11 at the Crucible Theatre, where the opening two quarter-finals continue – Mark Allen v Kyren Wilson and Ding Junhui v Barry Hawkins. While the players could mathematically secure their place in the last four with a session to spare, such a scenario is unlikely, although Mark Selby did so here last year against Marco Fu with a 13-3 victory. (S,HD) 8.00 Top Of The Shop With Tom Kerridge (5/8) Meat producers fight it out for a place in the final. They include oil-rig worker Mark who prepares and cures bacon from home in Aberdeenshire. (S,HD) 9.00 Hospital (6/6) Cameras follow consultant Dave Selwyn and the critical care team at Nottingham University Hospitals, who balance demands made on the unit. (S,HD) 10.00 Cunk On Britain (5/5) Philomena reaches the end of her historical journey, and finds herself in Brexit Britain. Comedy documentary starring Diane Morgan, with guests Howard Goodall, Mark Lawson, Neil Oliver and Robert Peston. (S,HD) 10.30 Newsnight Presented by Evan Davis. (S,HD) Followed by Weather 11.15 Snooker: The World Championship Highlights of the evening session on day 11 at the Crucible Theatre, featuring Mark Allen v Kyren Wilson and Ding Junhui v Barry Hawkins. (S,HD) 12.05 Snooker: World Championship Extra (S,HD) 2.05 Sign Zone: MasterChef – The Finals (R,S,SL) 3.05-4.05am Secret Agent Selection: WW2 (R,S,SL) 7.00 C4 News (S,HD) 7.00 Emmerdale 7.00 FIA World Rally Frank shows his commitment by 8.00 Class Of Mum And Dad Championship Highlights (4/4) It is the last week of term, buying a ring, but Megan realises (5/13) The Rally Argentina. he is keeping something from her and Class 6M are packing in Action from the fifth round of the and impulsively kisses Graham some last-minute cramming with campaign, held on the gravel during a meeting. (S,HD) many feeling the pressure of the roads of Cordoba. (S,HD) 7.30 Devon And Cornwall Cops forthcoming SATs exams. (S,HD) 8.00 The Yorkshire Vet (2/4) Sgt Colin Taylor swaps his 9.00 My F-ing Tourette’s Family (3/8) Peter Wright battles to save old life on the Isles Of Scilly for a Cameras follow Hayley and Richard a young cow in labour, whose calf Davies-Monk, and their sons new one in the city, while the does not want to come out. newest batch of recruits are put Spencer, 13, and Lewis, nine. Much-loved hamster Christopher through their paces. Neil They’re an Oxfordshire family who Nibbles has an ugly skin Morrissey narrates. (R,S,HD) condition, and rescue dog Bella confront the daily challenges of 8.00 This Time Next Year living with the boys’ Tourette’s needs surgery for a growing lump. (4/6) Davina McCall meets a lady syndrome, the neurological Plus, Dobby the llama needs who wants to be able to smile for disorder expressed in castrating, and older farmers the the first time in 30 years, and a uncontrollable physical and verbal Greens need Peter’s help with music teacher who would love to ‘tics’ that can include inappropriate their young calves. (S,HD) become a published author. Plus, or taboo phrases. (S,HD) 9.00 British Airways: 10.00 Surviving The Island a schoolboy with dreams of 100 Years In The Sky becoming a professional With Bear Grylls (1/2) Documentary charting the footballer, and a young father (6/6) The host arrives on the airline’s history, from the first desperate to thank the kind island, and wants to discover the flight in 1919 to the present day. stranger who saved his life. (S,HD) stories behind the castaways’ It begins with a look at the early 9.00 The Royal Wives Of Windsor sometimes dubious survival days of air travel. (S,HD) (2/2) Exploring the responsibilities strategies before he returns 10.00 Missing Flight MH370: of being a royal wife once the with them to civilisation. Bear’s Inside The Situation Room fairy tale wedding is over, from most burning question for the For the first time, senior officials producing babies to supporting two teams is why they chose to on the front line reveal what good causes. (S,HD) live apart, divided by class, when happened behind closed doors as 10.00 ITV News At Ten (S) they clearly would have been the disaster of the missing 10.30 Regional News (S) stronger together. (S,HD) Malaysia Airlines aeroplane 10.45 Harold Shipman: Doctor Death 11.05 Flight HS13 unfolded. (S,HD) Twenty years since the arrest of (2/10) Simon has vanished and Liv 11.05 The Secret Life Of The Britain’s most prolific serial killer, is filled with doubt and anger. Erik Long-Haul Flight detectives speaking for the first Following one of the longest flights is not officially assigned to the time reveal how he got away with case, but he decides to investigate in the world – from London to murdering 250 patients over Sydney – aboard one of the biggest the disappearance. (HD) three decades. (R,S,HD) 12.00 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares planes in the world, the double11.45 The Durrells decker Airbus A380. (R,S,HD) USA (R,S) 12.55 One Born Every (7/8) Henry Miller comes to stay Minute (R,S,HD) 1.50 The 12.30 Funniest Fails, Falls & Flops with the family, and stirs up Comedy clip show featuring Supervet (R,S,HD) 2.45 The tension among Louisa and her Channel: The World’s Busiest pranks gone wrong. (R,S,HD) children with his strange 1.00 SuperCasino (HD) 3.10 Waterway (R,S,HD) 3.40 Come behaviour and the controversial Dine Champion Of Champions Portillo’s Hidden History Of Britain content of his books. (R,S,HD) (R,S,HD) 4.00 Britain’s Biggest (R,S,HD) 4.35 Steph And Dom’s 12.35 Jackpot247 3.00 Loose Women One Star To Five Star (R,S,HD) Mosque (R,S,SL,HD) 4.45 House (R,HD) 3.45 Nightscreen (HD) Doctor (R,S,SL) 5.10 Wildlife SOS 5.00 Kirstie’s Vintage Gems 5.05-6am The Jeremy Kyle Show. (R,S,SL) 5.35-6am House Doctor. (R,S,HD) 5.10-6am Fifteen To Chat show. (R,S,SL,HD) A visit to Maidstone. (R,S,SL) One. Quiz show. (R,S,HD) FILMS ✪✪✪✪✪ Brilliant ✪✪✪✪ Very Good ✪✪✪ Good ✪✪ Not Bad ✪ Poor (R) Repeat (S) Subtitles (SL) Sign Language (HD) High Deﬁnition 1GM SKY SPORTS MAIN EVENT 6am Animal 999 Double bill. (R,HD) 7.00 Meerkat Manor (R,S) 8.00 Monkey Life (R,S,HD) 9.00 Motorway Patrol (R,HD) 10.00 Road Wars Police officers combat vehicle crime. (R,HD) 11.00 Warehouse 13 Pete, Myka and Jinks deal with a prison break where the marshal assigned is Steve’s ex-boyfriend. (R,S,HD) 12.00 NCIS: Los Angeles Callen goes undercover as a patient in a psychiatric hospital. (R,S,HD) 1.00 Hawaii Five-0 Two episodes. The body of a teenage girl is found in the woods. Then, McGarrett and his mother join forces for a covert operation. (R,S,HD) 3.00 NCIS: Los Angeles The team gets a new lead in the mole investigation. (R,S,HD) 4.00 Stargate SG-1 The team tries to help the leader of Ha’ktyl, a community of warrior Jaffa that saves newborns from death. (R,S) 5.00 The Simpsons Lisa investigates her ancestry. (R,S,HD) 5.30 Futurama Double bill. Bender’s duplicate joins an important mission. Then, Bender becomes a hugely successful wrestler. (R,S) 8pm Barry joins forces with Citizen Cold to move a metahuman from A to B in The Flash 6.30 The Simpsons Three episodes. Moe is approached by a TV agent to join the American Idol judging panel. Then, Lisa embraces her creative side at a performing arts camp. Next, Grampa gives each member of the family $50, and Lisa anonymously donates her money to Nelson to support his dream of making custom bicycles. (R,HD) 8.00 The Flash (19/23) Barry calls on Citizen Cold when he needs a hand, while Cisco starts to get suspicious of Harry. (HD) 9.00 The Blacklist (18/22) Red and the gang track down one of the Nash syndicate’s biggest suppliers, while Liz decides to go after Garvey in her own way. (HD) 10.00 The Late Late Show With James Corden: Best Of The Week Highlights of the talk show featuring celebrity interviews, music and comedy sketches. (HD) 11.00 The Force: North East (10/10) A raid on the house of a suspected dealer leads officers to a drugs den, while two drunk men seriously test PC Aaron Parsley’s patience. (R,S,HD) 12.00 Brit Cops: Frontline Crime UK Police officers in west Wales deal with a dangerous domestic incident. (R,S) 1.00 Ross Kemp: Extreme World (R,S,HD) 2.00 Most Shocking (R,S) 3.00 Duck Quacks Don’t Echo (R,S,HD) 4.00 The Real A&E (R,S,HD) 5.00-6am It’s Me Or The Dog (R,HD) REGIONAL VARIATIONS 6am Good Morning Sports Fans Bitesize 7.00 Good Morning Sports Fans 10.00 PL Daily 11.00 Sky Sports Daily 11.30 Sportswomen 12.00 Sky Sports News 3.00 LIVE Indian Premier League. Ro al Challengers Bangalore v Mumbai Indians. 7.30 LIVE EFL. Scunthorpe United v Plymouth Argyle. Kick-off at 7.45. 10.00 The Road To Bellew Vs Haye 10.30 Behind The Ropes: Bellew Vs Haye 11.00 Sky Sports News 1.00 LIVE WWE Late Night Smackdown. Wrestling action. 3.00-6am Sky Sports News SKY SPORTS PREMIER LEAGUE 6am PL Highlights 9.00 Premier League 100 Club 9.30 MNF Hlts 10.00 PL Daily 11.00 MNF 3.00 Best PL Goals: Man Utd Vs Everton 3.30 PL Highlights 7.30 Best PL Goals: Liverpool Vs Man Utd 8.00 PL Review 9.00 Best PL Goals: Newcastle Vs Liverpool 9.30 Best Premier League Own Goals 10.00 The Debate 11.00 PL Review 12.00 PL Best Goals 12/13 1.00 The Debate 2.00 PL Review 3.00 The Debate 4.00 PL Best Goals 12/13 5.00-6am PL Legends SKY SPORTS FOOTBALL 6am Greatest Games 7.00 SPFL Highlights 7.30 Football Countdowns 8.00 Football’s Greatest 9.00 Revista De La Liga 9.30 Eredivisie Round-Up 10.30 SPFL Highlights 10.45 Greatest Games 11.00 One2Eleven 11.30 Greatest Games 12.00 MLS Round-Up Show 12.30 SPFL Round-Up 12.45 Greatest Games 1.00 SPFL Highlights 1.15 La Liga Icons 1.30 Revista De La Liga 2.00 Eredivisie Round-Up 3.00 Football’s Greatest 4.00 Greatest Games 5.00 Revista De La Liga 5.30 Eredivisie Round-Up 6.30 MLS Round-Up Show 7.00 SPFL Round-Up 7.15 Greatest Games 7.30 LIVE EFL. Scunthorpe United v Plymouth Argyle. 10.00 The Debate 11.00 La Liga World 11.30 La Liga Icons 12.00 Revista De La Liga 12.30 La Liga World 1.00 One2Eleven 1.30 Greatest Games 2.00 Revista De La Liga 2.30 La Liga World 3.00 Football Years 3.30 Football Countdowns 4.00 Greatest Games 5.00-6am Football’s Greatest Tuesday, May 1, 2018 ............... TONIGHT’S PICKS The Split BBC1, 9pm AS Hannah (Nicola Walker) prepares to meet her 30-year absentee father for a drink, she continues to ignore the danger signs in her marriage. Hospital BBC2, 9pm AS this eye-opening series ends, we join consultant Dave Selwyn in the critical care unit, where the pressure is relentless. Tense and engrossing. My F-ing Tourette’s Family, C4, 9pm DESPITE the title, this is a sensitive look at a family in which both sons have Tourette’s syndrome. Watch as the usually private DaviesMonks go on day trips. British Airways: 100 Years In The Skies, C5, 9pm THIS two-part docu charts the highs and lows of Britain’s most famous air carrier, from the glamour of first class to its fatal 1976 mid-air collision. FREE with un Severy THE Saturday SKY SPORTS ACTION 6am Sky Sports Boxing Gold 7.00 Sporting Triumphs 7.30 Bellew Vs Haye: The Gloves Are Off 2 8.00 The Road To Bellew Vs Haye 8.30 NFL: Greatest Games 10.00 Bellew Vs Haye: The Gloves Are Off 2 10.30 The Road To Bellew Vs Haye 11.00 Racing News 11.30 Sporting Triumphs 12.00 NFL: A Football Life 1.00 Bellew Vs Haye: The Gloves Are Off 2 1.30 The Road To Bellew Vs Haye 2.00 Darts Gold 3.00 Bellew Vs Haye: The Gloves Are Off 2 3.30 The Road To Bellew Vs Haye 4.00 Volvo Ocean Race 4.30 Sportswomen 5.00 Chasing The Dream 6.00 Bellew Vs Haye: The Gloves Are Off 2 6.30 The Road To Bellew Vs Haye 7.00 Fight Night 9.00 Sportswomen 9.30 Bellew Vs Haye: The Gloves Are Off 2 10.00 The Road To Bellew Vs Haye 10.30 Behind The Ropes: Bellew Vs Haye 11.00 Chasing The Dream 12.00 Behind The Ropes: Bellew Vs Haye 12.30 The Road To Bellew Vs Haye 1.00 Bellew Vs Haye: The Gloves Are Off 2 1.30 Sky Sports Boxing Gold 2.30 Behind The Ropes: Bellew Vs Haye 3.00 The Road To Bellew Vs Haye 3.30 Bellew Vs Haye: The Gloves Are Off 2 4.00 Sky Sports Boxing Gold 5.00-6am Sporting Greats SKY SPORTS ARENA 6am Sporting Greats 7.00 WWE Smackdown Hlts 8.00 WWE Special 9.00 Sporting Records 10.00 Sporting Greats 11.00 Darts Gold 11.30 Legends Of Darts 12.00 Sporting Records 1.00 Great Sporting Moments 2.00 Sporting Greats 3.00 Sporting Records 4.00 WWE Special 5.00 WWE Smackdown 7.00 Super League Fulltime 7.30 WWE From The Vault 8.00 Super League Fulltime 8.30 WWE From The Vault 9.00 WWE Late Night Raw 12.00 WWE Special 1.00 LIVE WWE Late Night Smackdown. Spectacular wrestling action. 3.00 Sporting Records 4.00 WWE From The Vault 5.00-6am Great Sporting Moments BT SPORT 1 6am World Sailing 6.30 Aviva Premiershi Rugby Highlights 9.00 Premier League Review 10.00 LIVE WTA Tennis. The J&T Banka Prague Open. 6.00 Vanarama National League Highlights 6.30 World Sailing 7.00 Inside Sailing 7.30 Toyota AFL Highlights Show 8.00 Aviva Premiership Rugby Highlights 10.30 30 For 30 12.30 NBA High Tops: Plays Of The Month 1.00 LIVE NBA. The NBA playoffs. 3.30 Toyota AFL Highlights Show 4.00 Inside Sailing 4.30 Bundesliga Highlights Show 5.30-6am Serie A Show BT SPORT 2 6am Ladbrokes SPFL Highlights 6.30 Game Of The Week 7.00 Bundesliga 2 8.30 Hyundai A-League 11.30 FIM CEV Repsol 3.15 WRC Review 4.15 Premier League Reload 4.30 Premier League Tonight 5.00 Premier League Review 6.00 Serie A Show 6.30 UEFA Champions League Magazine 7.00 LIVE UEFA Champions League. Real Madrid v Bayern Munich. 10.15 Sport In Focus 10.45 Premier League Reload 11.00 Bundesliga Highlights Show 12.00 Ligue 1 Highlights 1.00 BT Sport Goals Reload 1.15 Ladbrokes SPFL Highlights 1.45 Game Of The Week 2.15 30 For 30 3.45 Blancpain Endurance Series 4.45 Formula E Championship 5.45-6am 30 For 30 Shorts BT SPORT 3 6am Serie A 10.00 Ligue 1 Highlights 11.00 LIVE WTA Tennis. Day two of the Grand Prix De SAR La Princesse Lalla Meryem in Rabat, Morocco. 7.00 Toyota AFL Highlights Show 7.30 Ligue 1 Highlights 8.30 Blancpain Endurance Series 9.30 WRC Review 10.30 Formula E Championship 11.30 BT Sport Goals Reload 12.00 UEFA Champions League 1.00 Classic Premier League 3.00 UEFA Champions League 4.00 BT Sport Goals Reload 4.30 Toyota AFL Highlights Show 5.00 Red Bull Air Race Highlights 5.30-6am Inside Sailing S4C 6am Cyw 12.00 Newyddion 12.05 Y Ty Cymreig 12.30 Cwymp Yr Ymerodraethau 1.30 Only Men Aloud 2.00 Newyddion 2.05 Prynhawn Da 3.00 Newyddion 3.05 Terry Price: Portread O Bencampwr 3.30 Gwyllt Ar Grwydr 4.00 Awr Fawr 5.00 Stwnsh: Ffeil 5.05 Pigo Dy Drwyn 5.30 Gwboi A Twm Twm 5.45 #Fi 6.00 Newyddion 6.05 04 Wal 6.30 Rownd A Rownd 7.00 Heno 7.30 Pobol Y Cwm 8.00 Ffit Cymru 9.00 Newyddion 9.30 Y Ditectif 10.00 Wil Ac Aeron: Taith Rwmania 10.30 Cyfrinachau’r Meirw 11.30pm-12.05am Pobol Y Rhondda BBC ONE WALES As main BBC ONE except: 10.40pm NEW The Wedding Guru 11.10 Life And Death Row: In Cold Blood 12.10am Obesity: The Post Mortem 1.10 Weather 1.15-6am BBC News BBC TWO WALES As main BBC TWO except: 11.15pm First Minister’s Questions 12.05am Snooker: The World Championship 12.55-2.05am Snooker: World Championship Extra ITV WALES 10.45pm Last Laugh In Vegas: Showtime 12.10-12.35am Love Your Garden Now simply collect 9 codes to pick your date with JOIN TODAY AT SUNSAVERS.CO.UK OR DOWNLOAD THE FREE APP 18+ UK residents only (excludes Isle of Man & Channel Islands). T&Cs apply, see thesun.co.uk/superdays. Code collect 28/04/18 - 15/05/18 START COLLECTING TODAY 31 32 ............... Tuesday, May 1, 2018 1GM tvguide Tuesday FREEVIEW 9.25 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 10.20 The Bachelorette 12.15 Emmerdale 12.45 Coronation Street 1.45 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 2.35 The Jeremy Kyle Show 5.50 Take Me Out 7.00 You’ve Been Framed! Gold 8.00 Two And A Half Men 8.30 Superstore 9.00 FILM Knocked Up (2007) 11.40 Family Guy 12.35 American Dad! 1.35 Celebrity Juice 2.20 Teleshopping 5.50-6am Nightscreen 5.00 The Goldbergs. Double bill. 6.00 The Big Bang Theory. Two episodes. 7.00 Hollyoaks 7.30 Extreme Cake Makers 8.00 The Big Bang Theory 9.00 Gotham 10.00 Supernatural 11.00 The Big Bang Theory 12.00 Celebrity First Dates 1.00 Tattoo Fixers 2.05 Gotham 2.55 Supernatural 3.40 How I Met Your Mother 4.05 2 Broke Girls 4.25 The Goldbergs 4.50-6am Couples Come Dine With Me 6am Classic Coronation Street 6.55 Heartbeat 8.00 The Royal 9.00 Judge Judy 10.25 Marple 12.30 The Royal 1.35 Heartbeat 2.40 Classic Coronation Street 3.45 On The Buses 4.50 You’re Only Young Twice 5.25 George And Mildred 5.55 Heartbeat 7.00 Murder, She Wrote 8.00 Midsomer Murders 10.00 Scott & Bailey 12.05 The Street 2.20 Nightscreen 2.30-6am Teleshopping 8.55am Food Unwrapped 9.30 A Place In The Sun: Winter Sun 11.35 Four In A Bed 2.10 Come Dine With Me 4.50 A Place In The Sun: Winter Sun 5.55 Ugly House To Lovely House With George Clarke 6.55 The Secret Life Of The Zoo 7.55 Grand Designs 9.00 My Floating Home. A duo who plan on turning a rusting 90ft cargo hull into a four-bedroom home. 10.00 Million Pound Movers 11.05 24 Hours In A&E 12.10 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown 1.10 Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA 2.10 My Floating Home 3.15-3.55am 8 Out Of 10 Cats Uncut ITV3 freeview 10 SUPERNATURAL, E4, 10pm Dean and Jody help old friend and psychic Missouri when she has a vision that a wraith is going to attack her family. Meanwhile, Sam tries to help Jack control his growing powers. BBC FOUR freeview 9 7pm Beyond 100 Days 7.30 The Culture Show: Wars Of The Heart 8.00 King Alfred And The Anglo-Saxons 9.00 The Story Of The Jews 10.00 The Celts: Blood, Iron And Sacrifice With Alice Roberts And Neil Oliver 11.00 The Mystery Of Murder: A Horizon Guide 12.00 Bombay Railway 1.00 Top Of The Pops: 1983 2.00 King Alfred And The Anglo-Saxons 3.00-4am The Story Of The Jews ITV2 freeview 6 6am The Planet’s Funniest Animals 6.20 Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records 7.10 Who’s Doing The Dishes? 7.55 Emmerdale 8.25 Coronation Street Satellite & Digital ITV4 freeview 24 6am The Chase 6.50 Pawn Stars 7.10 The Protectors 7.35 Ironside 8.30 Quincy ME 9.30 Minder 10.35 The Saint 11.35 The Avengers 12.45 Ironside 1.50 Quincy ME 2.50 Minder 3.55 The Saint 4.55 The Avengers 6.05 Cash Cowboys 7.00 Pawn Stars 8.00 River Monsters 9.00 FILM The Fugitive. Thriller starring Harrison Ford. (1993) 11.40 FILM Renegades (1989) 1.50 Motorsport UK 2.45 Nightscreen 3.00-6am Teleshopping E4 freeview 28 6am Hollyoaks 7.00 Couples Come Dine With Me 8.00 How I Met Your Mother 9.00 New Girl 10.00 2 Broke Girls 11.00 Brooklyn Nine-Nine 12.00 The Goldbergs 1.00 The Big Bang Theory 2.00 How I Met Your Mother 3.00 New Girl 4.00 Brooklyn Nine-Nine MORE4 freeview 14 5USA freeview 21 9am Access 9.05 Catch A Contractor 9.25 Rookie Blue 10.10 Law & Order 11.10 NCIS: New Orleans 1.05 NCIS 2.00 Rookie Blue 3.00 Law & Order 5.00 FILM Boyfriend Killer. Thriller starring Barbie Castro. (2017) 6.55 Access 7.00 NCIS 9.00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 11.55 Rookie Blue 12.55 CSI: NY 2.50 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 3.50 Access 4.00-6am Teleshopping 5STAR freeview 30 6am Teleshopping 8.00 Cats Make You Laugh Out Loud 4 8.25 Dance Moms 9.10 According To Jim 10.05 On Benefits: The Bargain Queen 11.05 On Benefits: Life On The Dole 12.05 Police Interceptors 1.05 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It Away! 3.00 Neighbours 3.30 Home And Away 4.00 Will & Grace 5.00 8 Simple Rules 6.00 Neighbours 6.30 Home And Away 7.00 Police Interceptors 8.00 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It Away! 9.00 Rich Kids Go Skint 10.00 FILM Poltergeist (2015) 11.55 Dangerous Dog Owners & Proud 1.00 Wentworth Prison 3.10 When Kids Kill 3.50 Access 4.00-6am Teleshopping PICK freeview 11 6am Border Security: America’s Front Line 7.00 Customs UK 8.00 Send In The Dogs 9.00 Criminal Minds 10.00 Stargate Atlantis 11.00 Stargate SG-1 12.00 Cold Case 1.00 Criminal Minds 2.00 House 3.00 Border Patrol 4.00 Border Security: Canada’s Front Line 5.00 Animal House 6.00 Relic Hunter 7.00 FILM Babylon 5: A Call To Arms. Sci-fi spin-off starring Bruce Boxleitner. (1999) 9.00 The Enfield Haunting 10.00 Slasher 11.00 Road Wars 12.00 The Force: Essex 1.00 Brit Cops: Rapid Response 2.00 Criminal Minds 3.00 Most Shocking 4.00 Motorway Patrol 5.00-6am Nothing To Declare DAVE freeview 12 6am Teleshopping 7.10 Top Gear 8.10 American Pickers 9.00 Storage Hunters 10.00 American Pickers 1.00 Top Gear 3.00 Sin City Motors 4.00 Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Challenge 5.00 Top Gear 6.00 Room 101 6.40 Would I Lie To You? 8.00 Scrappers: Back In The Yard 9.00 Would I Lie To You? 11.00 Taskmaster: Champion Of Champions 12.00 QI 12.40 Would I Lie To You? 1.20 Mock The Week 2.00 QI 2.40 Would I Lie To You? 3.20 Parks And Recreation 4.00-6am Teleshopping REALLY freeview 17 6am Honey I Bought The House 7.00 Teleshopping 8.00 Honey I Bought The House 9.00 My Dream Home 10.00 DIY SOS 11.00 Helicopter Heroes 12.00 Antiques Road Trip 1.00 Escape To The Country 2.00 My Dream Home 3.00 Helicopter Heroes 4.00 Most Haunted 5.00 Ghost Adventures 6.00 Antiques Road Trip 8.00 DIY SOS 9.00 Secret Eaters 10.00 Nurses Who Kill 11.00 I Survived Evil 12.00 Dr G: Medical Examiner 1.00 Born To Kill? 2.00 Teleshopping 4.00 Dr G: Medical Examiner 4.45 Cold Justice 5.35-6am DIY SOS YESTERDAY freeview 19 6am Mummies Alive 7.10 Pointless 8.00 Time Team 9.00 Coast 10.00 Murder Maps 11.00 Abandoned Engineering 12.00 Time Team 1.00 Planet Earth 2.00 The Blue Planet 3.00 Coast 4.00 Murder Maps 5.00 Abandoned Engineering 6.00 The World At War 7.00 Deep Wreck Mysteries 8.00 The True Story Of The Mary Celeste 9.00 The Two Ronnies Sketchbook 11.00 Porridge 1.00 The World At War 2.00 Mummies Alive 3.00-6am Teleshopping SONY MOVIE CHANNEL freeview 32 6am Teleshopping 9.00 FILM The Perfect Marriage (2006) 11.05 FILM Demons From Her Past (2007) 1.10 Sony Movie News Extra 1.20 FILM Mermaids (1990) 3.35 FILM Antony & Cleopatra (1972) 6.35 Sony Movie News Extra 6.45 FILM My Best Friend’s Wedding (1997) 9.00 FILM Surrogates. Sci-fi thriller with Bruce Willis and Radha Mitchell. (2009) 10.55 FILM Kingdom Of Heaven (2005) 1.55 FILM What’s The Worst That Could Happen? (2001) 3.55 FILM Final Verdict (2009) 5.50-6am Sony Movie News Extra ENTERTAINMENT SKY ATLANTIC 6am The British 7.00 Storm City 8.00 Fish Town 9.00 The West Wing 11.00 House 1.00 Without A Trace 2.00 Blue Bloods 3.00 The West Wing 5.00 House 7.00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 8.00 Blue Bloods 9.00 FILM Paterno. Biographical drama starring Al Pacino. (2018) 10.55 The Circus: Inside The Wildest Political Show On Earth. A behind-thescenes look at some of the most fascinating political events in America’s recent history. 11.30 Westworld 12.40 West:Word 1.10 The Sopranos 2.20 House Of Lies 2.55 High Maintenance 3.30 Happyish 4.05-6am The West Wing SKY LIVING 6am Motorway Patrol 7.00 Highway Patrol 7.30 Border Patrol 8.00 Border Security: Canada’s Front Line. Two episodes. 9.00 Elementary 10.00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 11.00 Cold Case 12.00 Children’s Hospital 1.00 Medical Emergency 2.00 Send In The Dogs 3.00 Nothing To Declare 5.00 Border Security: Canada’s Front Line 6.00 Medical Emergency 7.00 Children’s Hospital 8.00 Elementary 9.00 Chicago Fire. A building belonging to a drug cartel catches fire, and money goes missing from the site. Casey suspects Cordova may be responsible. 10.00 World’s Most Evil Killers. The murders of Chicago killer John Wayne Gacy. 11.00 Criminal Minds 12.00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 1.00 Cold Case 2.00 Grey’s Anatomy 3.00 Station 19 4.00 Nothing To Declare. Double bill. 5.00-6am Border Security: Canada’s Front Line FOX 8am Monk 9.00 Bones 11.00 The Mentalist 1.00 NCIS 3.00 Bones 5.00 The Mentalist 7.00 NCIS 9.00 Legion. David navigates the maze. Drama following the fortunes of David Haller, a troubled man who discovers he could be the most powerful mutant who ever lived. Dan Stevens stars. 10.05 Wolf Creek 11.15 Family Guy 12.10 American Dad! 1.05 Family Guy 2.00 American Dad! 3.00 Family Guy 4.00 American Dad! 5.00-8am Teleshopping GOLD 7.30am A Sharp Intake Of Breath 8.00 Waiting For God 8.40 Goodnight Sweetheart 9.20 Last Of The Summer Wine 11.20 You Rang, M’Lord? 12.20 The Green Green Grass 1.00 As Time Goes By 1.40 Waiting For God 2.20 Only Fools And Horses 3.00 Last Of The Summer Wine 5.00 You Rang, M’Lord? 6.00 As Time Goes By 6.40 The Green Green Grass 7.20 Dad’s Army. Double bill. 8.40 Only Fools And Horses 9.20 Mrs Brown’s Boys 10.00 Bridget & Eamon. Bridget is determined to go on a trip to Lourdes. 10.35 Citizen Khan 11.20 Goodnight Sweetheart 12.00 Live At The Apollo 1.00 Harry Hill’s TV Burp 1.35 Nurse 2.10 Live At The Apollo 3.00 Harry Hill’s TV Burp 3.25 A Sharp Intake Of Breath 4.00-6am Teleshopping COMEDY CENTRAL 8am Scrubs 9.00 Friends 10.00 Gilmore Girls 11.00 Friends 1.00 Impractical Jokers 2.00 Friends 4.00 The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air 5.00 Friends 9.00 FILM There’s Something About Mary (1998) 11.30 The Chris Ramsey Show 12.00 Impractical Jokers 1.00 The Daily Show 1.30 South Park 4.15 Two And A Half Men 5.00-6am Teleshopping W 6.10am Doctor Who 7.00 My Dream Home 8.00 Tipping Point 10.00 The Bill 11.00 999 Rescue Squad 12.00 Tipping Point 1.00 Supernanny US 2.00 Who Do You Think You Are? 3.00 My Dream Home 5.00 Tipping Point 7.00 My Dream Home 8.00 999 Rescue Squad 9.00 Who Do You Think You Are? USA 10.00 One Born Every Minute 11.00 999 Rescue Squad 12.00 Dr Christian Will See You Now 1.00 Code Black 1.45 The Secret Of Crickley Hall 3.00-6.10am Teleshopping UNIVERSAL 6am Teleshopping 8.00 Sea Patrol 10.00 Law & Order 2.00 NCIS 8.00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 9.00 The Resident 10.00 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 2.00 Numb3rs 5.00-6am Teleshopping DISCOVERY 6am How It’s Made 7.00 Fast N’ Loud 8.00 Overhaulin’ 9.00 Wheeler Dealers 10.00 Secrets Of The Underground 11.00 David Baddiel On The Silk Road 12.00 Tony Robinson’s World War One 1.00 NASA’s Unexplained Files 2.00 Alaska: The Last Frontier 3.00 Yukon Men 4.00 Deadliest Catch 5.00 Gold Rush 6.00 Gold Rush: Parker’s Trail 8.00 Deadliest Catch: The Bait. New series. A celebration of Deadliest Catch’s 200th episode. 9.00 Deadliest Catch. New series. Sig rejects Jake’s partnership offer. 11.00 Fast N’ Loud 12.00 Deadliest Catch 2.00 Overhaulin’ 3.00 Deadliest Catch 4.40 Wheeler Dealers 5.30-6am How It’s Made MOVIES SKY CINEMA PREMIERE 6am Palm Swings (15, 2017) Drama. ★ 7.50 American Wrestler: The Wizard (12, 2016) Drama starring George Kosturos. ★★★★ 10.00 Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie (U, 2017) Cartoon adventure. ★★★★ 11.35 Happy Birthday, Toby Simpson (15, 2017) Comedy drama with Alexander Perkins. ★★★★ 1.10 Girls Trip (15, 2017) Comedy. ★★★ 3.20 Where’s The Money (15, 2017) ★★★ 4.50 Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie (U, 2017) Cartoon adventure. ★★★★ 6.30 Happy Birthday, Toby Simpson (15, 2017) A businessman heads to a music festival to retrieve his stolen phone and wallet, but instead finds a new world of possibilities. Comedy drama starring Alexander Perkins. ★★★★ 8.00 Girls Trip (15, 2017) Comedy. ★★★ 10.10 Brawl In Cell Block 99 (18, 2017) ★★★★ 12.30 Where’s The Money (15, 2017) ★★★ 2.00 Palm Swings (15, 2017) Drama. ★ 3.45 Broken Vows (15, 2016) Thriller. ★★★ 5.30-6am Rampage: Special SKY CINEMA COMEDY 6.30am It Had To Be You (15, 2015) ★★★ 8.00 Patch Adams (12, 1998) Comedy. ★★ 10.00 As Good As It Gets (15, 1997) ★★★★★ 12.25 Rough Night (15, 2017) Comedy. ★★★ 2.20 Why Him? (15, 2016) Comedy. ★★★★ 4.20 The Boss (15, 2016) Comedy. ★★★ 6.05 Here Comes The Boom (12, 2012) ★★ 8.00 Why Him? (15, 2016) Comedy. ★★★★ 10.00 Rough Night (15, 2017) Comedy. ★★★ 11.50 Election (15, 1999) Comedy. ★★★★ 1.45 Little Man (12, 2006) Comedy. ★ 3.30 Eddie Murphy: Raw (18, 1987) Comedy. ★★ 5.10-6.40am Police Academy 6: City Under Siege (PG, 1989) Comedy. ★ SKY CINEMA ACTION 6am Armageddon (12, 1998) ★★★ 8.35 True Lies (15, 1994) Comedy. ★★★★ RADIO RADIO 1 97.6-99.8FM bbc.co.uk/radio1 11.00 2012 (12, 2009) Adventure. ★★★ 1.45 The Hurricane Heist (12, 2018) ★★★ 3.45 Armageddon (12, 1998) ★★★ 6.20 2012 (12, 2009) Adventure. ★★★ 9.00 The Hurricane Heist (12, 2018) ★★★ 11.00 Desperado (18, 1995) Adventure. ★★★★ 1.00 True Lies (15, 1994) Comedy. ★★★★ 3.30 Terminator 3: Rise Of The Machines (12, 2003) Sci-fi adventure sequel with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Nick Stahl. ★★★ 5.30-6am Ready Player One: Special SKY CINEMA FAMILY 6.50am Rock Dog (PG, 2016) Animation. ★★★ 8.25 The Emoji Movie (U, 2017) Animation. ★★ 10.00 Toys (PG, 1992) Comedy. ★★ 12.05 The Flintstones (U, 1994) Comedy. ★★ 1.40 The Flintstones In Viva Rock Vegas (PG, 2000) Family comedy prequel. ★★★ 3.20 Rock Dog (PG, 2016) Animation. ★★★ 4.55 Louis & Luca: The Big Cheese Race (U, 2015) Animation. ★★★★ 6.25 The Emoji Movie (U, 2017) Animation. ★★ 8.00 The Flintstones (U, 1994) Comedy. ★★ 9.35 The Flintstones In Viva Rock Vegas (PG, 2000) Family comedy prequel. ★★★ 11.10 The Water Horse: Legend Of The Deep (PG, 2007) Fantasy. ★★★★ 1.10 Toys (PG, 1992) Comedy. ★★ 3.20 12 Days Of Giving (U, 2017) ★★★ 5.00-6.30am Louis & Luca: The Big Cheese Race (U, 2015) Animation. ★★★★ SKY CINEMA DRAMA 6am The Remains Of The Day (U, 1993) Period drama with Anthony Hopkins. ★★★★★ 8.25 The Doo Dah Man (12, 2015) ★★★★ 10.05 My Girl (PG, 1991) Drama. ★★★ 11.55 Cafe Society (12, 2016) ★★★★ 1.40 A Beautiful Mind (12, 2001) Drama. ★★★ 4.00 A United Kingdom (12, 2016) Fact-based drama starring David Oyelowo. ★★★★ 6.00 Maudie (12, 2016) Drama. ★★★★ RADIO 3 90.2-92.4FM bbc.co.uk/radio3 6.30am Breakfast 10.00 Clara Amfo 12.45 Newsbeat 1.00 Scott Mills 4.00 Greg James 5.45 Newsbeat 6.00 Greg James 7.00 Stefflon Don And Dotty 9.00 The 8th 11.00 Huw Stephens 1.00 Snoochie Shy 3.00 Movies That Made Me 4.00-6.30am Early Breakfast Show 6.30am Breakfast 9.00 Essential Classics 12.00 Composer Of The Week: Copland 1.00 News 1.02 Lunchtime Concert 2.00 Afternoon Concert 4.30 BBC Young Musician 2018 5.00 In Tune 7.00 In Tune Mixtape 7.30 Radio 3 In Concert 10.00 Free Thinking 10.45 The Essay: My Life In Music 11.00 Late Junction 12.30-6.30am Through The Night (R) 6.30am Chris Evans 9.30 Ken Bruce 12.00 Jeremy Vine 2.00 Steve Wright 5.00 Simon Mayo 7.00 Jamie Cullum 8.00 Jo Whiley 10.00 Le Maire 10.30 One Night Only 11.00 Nigel Ogden: The Organist Entertains 11.30 Listen To The Band 12.00 Sounds Of The 80s (R) 2.00 Folk Playlist 3.00 Radio 2 Playlist 5.00-6.30am Vanessa Feltz 6am Today 8.30 LW: Yesterday In Parliament 9.00 The Life Scientific 9.30 One To One 9.45 Book Of The Week: The Life And Rhymes Of Benjamin Zephaniah 9.45 LW: Daily Service 10.00 Woman’s Hour 11.00 A River Of Steel (R) 11.30 Instrument Makers 12.00 News; LW: Shipping RADIO 2 88-91FM bbc.co.uk/radio2 RADIO 4 92.4-94.6FM bbc.co.uk/radio4 8.00 Collateral Beauty (12, 2016) Fantasy. ★★★ 9.45 Fifty Shades Darker: Unmasked Edition (18, 2017) Romantic drama. ★★★ 12.05 Coach Carter (12, 2005) Drama. ★★★ 2.25 Lowriders (12, 2016) Adventure. ★★★ 4.10-6am Roustabout (U, 1964) Musical. ★★★ SKY CINEMA HITS 6.05am Goldstone (15, 2016) Thriller. ★★★ 8.05 Hungry Hearts (15, 2014) Drama. ★★ 10.00 Monster Family (PG, 2017) ★★★ 11.35 Safe House (15, 2012) Thriller. ★★★ 1.35 John Wick: Chapter 2 (15, 2017) ★★★ 3.40 Groundhog Day (PG, 1993) ★★★★★ 5.25 Monster Family (PG, 2017) Animation. ★★★ 7.00 Safe House (15, 2012) Thriller. ★★★ 9.00 John Wick: Chapter 2 (15, 2017) ★★★ 11.05 The Shallows (15, 2016) ★★★★ 12.35 The Girl With All The Gifts (15, 2016) ★★★ 2.30 Larry Gaye: Renegade Male Flight Attendant (18, 2015) Comedy. ★★ 4.15-6am Groundhog Day (PG, 1993) ★★★★★ SKY CINEMA SUPERHEROES 6am Aeon Flux (15, 2005) Sci-fi martial arts thriller with Charlize Theron and Marton Csokas. ★★ 7.50 Batman: Assault On Arkham (15, 2014) Animated superhero adventure. ★★★★ 9.25 Unbreakable (12, 2000) Drama. ★★★★ 11.25 Hancock (12, 2008) Comedy. ★★★ 1.15 The Dark Knight (12, 2008) ★★★★★ 3.55 Batman: Assault On Arkham (15, 2014) Batman tries to find a bomb planted by the Joker, while the Suicide Squad breaks into Arkham Asylum to recover stolen information. Animation featuring the voice of Kevin Conroy. ★★★★ 5.30 Avengers: Infinity War Special 6.00 Unbreakable (12, 2000) Drama. ★★★★ 8.00 Hancock (12, 2008) Comedy. ★★★ 9.50 The Dark Knight (12, 2008) ★★★★★ 12.25 X-Men Origins: Wolverine (12, 2009) ★★ 2.15 Aeon Flux (15, 2005) Sci-fi thriller. ★★ 3.50-6am Superman II (PG, 1980) ★★★★ 12.04 Four Thought (R) 12.15 Call You And Yours 12.57 Weather 1.00 The World At One 1.45 Chinese Characters 2.00 The Archers (R) 2.15 Drama: Burn Baby Burn (R) 3.00 The Kitchen Cabinet (R) 3.30 Costing The Earth 4.00 Word Of Mouth 4.30 Great Lives 5.00 PM; LW: Shipping 5.57 Weather 6.00 News 6.30 Thanks A Lot, Milton Jones! 7.00 The Archers 7.15 Front Row 7.45 Love Henry James: The Wings Of The Dove 8.00 The Invisible Man Of Britain’s Far Right 8.40 In Touch 9.00 All In The Mind 9.30 The Life Scientific (R) 10.00 The World Tonight 10.45 Book At Bedtime: The Valley At The Centre Of The World 11.00 Richard Marsh: Cardboard Heart (R) 11.30 Today In Parliament 12.00 News And Weather 12.30 Book Of The Week: The Life And Rhymes Of Benjamin Zephaniah (R) SKY CINEMA DISNEY 6.15am Heavyweights (PG, 1994) Comedy. ★ 8.05 Prom (U, 2011) Comedy. ★★ 9.55 Mulan (U, 1998) Animation. ★★★★ 11.30 Beauty And The Beast (U, 1991) ★★★★★ 1.00 Hocus Pocus (PG, 1993) Comedy. ★★★ 2.45 Return To Oz (PG, 1985) Fantasy. ★★★ 4.45 Boundin’ (U, 2003) Animation. ★★★ 4.55 Mulan (U, 1998) Animation. ★★★★ 6.30 Beauty And The Beast (U, 1991) ★★★★★ 8.00 Hocus Pocus (PG, 1993) Supernatural comedy starring Bette Midler and Omri Katz. ★★★ 9.45 Honey, I Shrunk The Kids (U, 1989) ★★★★ 11.25 The Story Of Robin Hood And His Merrie Men (U, 1952) Adventure. ★★★★ 1.00 College Road Trip (U, 2008) Comedy. ★ 2.35 Tex (PG, 1982) Drama. ★★★★ 4.30-6am Atlantis 2: Milo’s Return (U, 2003) ★★ SKY CINEMA CLASSICS 6.10am The Blue Max (PG, 1966) ★★★★ 8.50 A Shot In The Dark (PG, 1964) ★★★★ 10.45 West Side Story (PG, 1961) ★★★★★ 1.20 In Harm’s Way (PG, 1965) Drama. ★★★★ 4.10 To Sir, With Love (PG, 1967) Drama. ★★★ 6.00 Sunset Boulevard (PG, 1950) ★★★★★ 8.00 West Side Story (PG, 1961) ★★★★★ 10.35 Alfie (15, 1966) Comedy. ★★★★ 12.35 Raging Bull (18, 1980) Drama. ★★★★★ 2.50 Hang ’Em High (18, 1968) Western. ★★★ 4.50-6.30am Bus Stop (U, 1956) Drama. ★★★★ SKY CINEMA SCI-FI/HORROR 6am Ouija: Origin Of Evil (15, 2016) ★★★★ 7.45 Spider-Man (12, 2002) Adventure. ★★★★★ 9.55 Kong: Skull Island (12, 2017) ★★★★ 12.05 Highlander (15, 1986) Fantasy. ★★★★ 2.15 Spider-Man (12, 2002) Adventure. ★★★★★ 4.30 AI: Artificial Intelligence (12, 2001) ★★★★ 7.00 Kong: Skull Island (12, 2017) A secret mission to a mysterious island descends into chaos when the wildlife proves far from welcoming. Action adventure starring Tom Hiddleston. ★★★★ 12.48 Shipping 1.00 As BBC World Service 5.20 Shipping 5.30 News Briefing; Prayer For The Day 5.45 Farming Today 5.58-6am Tweet Of The Day (R) RADIO 5 909MW bbc.co.uk/fivelive 6am 5 Live Breakfast 10.00 The Emma Barnett Show With Anna Foster 1.00 Afternoon Edition 4.00 5 Live Drive 7.00 5 Live Sport 10.30 Phil Williams 1.00 Up All Night 5.00 Morning Reports 5.15-6am Wake Up To Money VIRGIN RADIO DAB virginradio.co.uk 6am Sam And Amy 10.00 Eddy Temple-Morris 1.00 Kate Lawler 4.00 Matt Richardson 7.00 Tim Cocker 11pm-6am Overnight 9.00 Highlander (15, 1986) Fantasy. ★★★★ 11.00 Ouija: Origin Of Evil (15, 2016) When a Ouija board is introduced to a scam seance act, it does more than spice up a stale routine. Supernatural horror prequel starring Elizabeth Reaser and Annalise Basso. ★★★★ 12.45 Bite (18, 2015) Horror. ★★★ 2.30 Downhill (15, 2016) Horror. ★★★ 4.00-6am Arachnophobia (PG, 1990) ★★★★ SKY CINEMA THRILLER 6.05am 10 Cent Pistol (15, 2014) ★★★ 7.50 Gran Torino (15, 2008) Drama. ★★★★ 9.55 Dick Tracy (PG, 1990) Adventure. ★★★ 11.55 The Sugarland Express (PG, 1974) Drama starring Goldie Hawn and Ben Johnson. ★★★★ 1.55 The Firm (15, 1993) Thriller. ★★★★ 4.35 Vanilla Sky (15, 2001) Thriller. ★★★ 6.55 Collateral (15, 2004) Thriller. ★★★★★ 9.00 A Few Good Men (15, 1992) Drama. ★★★★ 11.20 K-Shop (18, 2016) Horror. ★★★ 1.25 Face/Off (18, 1997) Thriller. ★★★★ 3.45 Dog Eat Dog (18, 2016) Thriller. ★★ 5.25-7.10am Angel Flight Down (PG, 1996) ★★ FILM4 freeview 15 11am Guns At Batasi (PG, 1964) Drama. ★★★★ 1.05 Winchester ’73 (U, 1950) Western. ★★★★ 2.55 The Black Knight (U, 1954) ★★★ 4.40 We’re No Angels (PG, 1955) Comedy. ★★ 6.50 Congo (12, 1995) Adventure. ★★ 9.00 Crimson Peak (15, 2015) Horror. ★★★ 11.20 Stoker (18, 2013) Thriller. ★★★★ 1.20-3am Excision (18, 2012) Horror. ★★★ TCM 5.20pm Heaven With A Gun (PG, 1969) ★★★ 7.15 The Blue Lamp (PG, 1949) ★★★★ 9.00 Apocalypse Now (18, 1979) ★★★★★ 12.00 Hairspray (PG, 1988) Comedy. ★★★★ 1.50 Conspiracy Theory With Jesse Ventura 3.50 Hollywood’s Best Film Directors 5.30-7.20am Wuthering Heights (U, 1939) ★★★ TALKSPORT 1053, 1089MW talksport.com 6am The Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast With Ray Parlour 10.00 Jim White, Micky Gray And Bob Mills 1.00 Hawksbee And Jacobs 4.00 Adrian Durham And Darren Gough. The latest news from the footballing world. 7.00 Kick-off. Real Madrid v Bayern Munich. Kick-off at 7.45. 10.00 Sports Bar. With Andy Goldstein and Jason Cundy. 1.00-6am Extra Time With Adam Catterall TALKRADIO DAB talkradio.co.uk 6.30am Julia Hartley-Brewer 10.00 Mike Graham 1.00 Jamie East 4.00 Eamonn Holmes 7.00 James Whale Feat Ash 10.00 The Late Night Alternative With Iain Lee 1.00 Paul Ross 5.00-6.30am James Max must watch WHAT? The Split, BBC1, 9pm. WHY? The tension is ramped up in the second part of this drama, starring NICOLA WALKER and STEPHEN MANGAN, about a family of high-flying divorce lawyers. Email: email@example.com Twitter: @AndyBizarre My team: Hannah Hope, Rod McPhee, Benjy Potter and Joe Kasper TV! OUR £9.50 HOL HOT SPOT’S ON AMANDA DOESN’T MIND GAP TALE OF THE TAPAS BENIDORM 11m Yearly visitors 350 Hours of sunshine per month 4 Miles of beaches 77oF (25oC) Highest temp (ave) 3 Rainy days per month (ave) 68oF (20oC) Sea temperature (ave) Straw donkey Traditional gift Sombrero Hat SCARBOROUGH 1.4m Yearly visitors 129 Hours of sunshine per month 2 Miles of beaches 53oF (11oC) Highest temp (ave) 10 Rainy days per month (ave) 40oF (10oC) Sea temperature (ave) Stick of rock Traditional gift Flat cap Hat bit IT was the cult hit of 2017 but the next series of People Just Do Nothing will be the last. BBC2 confirmed the fifth runhas of the comedy, set in a Lon don pirate radio stat ion, will air later this year see the Bafta winnerand go out with a bang. soapbox EMMERDALE’S Frank buys a ring in order to display his commitment, but Megan realises he is keeping something from her and recklessly lashes out. Then there is a meeting with Graham and she kisses him on impulse. Elsewhere, Charity is consumed by an obsession with DI Bails and follows him home, finally getting a glimpse of his perfect life. In EASTENDERS, Phil offers Max a cash bribe to leave Walford and is confronted by unhappy Arches customer Henry about what happened with Sharon and Keanu. Meanwhile, Whitney tries again with Halfway but is frustrated that he seems to be hiding something. Kim tries to put on a brave face after a guilty Phil offers her money. RADIO DAZE . . Peter and Sian. Above, cameras packed into their car PETER KAY’s Car Share Unscripted ER T E P , E L I SM E ON – YOU’RR CAME AS is shaping up to be one of the TV highlights of the year. The funnyman takes to the wheel with co-star SIAN GIBSON on Monday at 10pm for the penultimate episode of the BBC1 sitcom – and improvising their lines did not daunt them. Peter, who had to cancel his tour due to “unforeseen family circumstances”, said: “We reacted to whatever came on the radio and just went with it, good or bad. We hope people like it.” Meanwhile, show bosses revealed how they film the duo – by using a huge rig of FIVE cameras and a stack of other gadgets packed inside their Fiat 500. The show is Peter at his best. It’s Jeremy Claskson Going . . Benidorm family curren The Sun can reveal the be th tenth series of Benidorm will last amid falling ratings. is alread But creator Derren Litten — this time fo working on a new sitcom bar in th the BBC — set in a karaoke holiday resort traditional North Yorkshire has been A TV source said: “Benidorm a decade, bu huge success for ITV for bosses feel it’s run its course. drop off an “The ratings have started to have lef a number of the fan favourites time is righ so it just feels as though the on a high to let it go out while it’s still “It has been ITV’s longest-runnin achievement.” comedy, which is a real resort, Benidor Set in the Spanish staff at th followed Brits abroad and Solana all-inclusive resort. 4.3 million fa But a disappointing opener tuned in for this week’s series launch a 400,000 drop on last year’s the fi A source said: “It’s like h Benidorm — Brexit of casualty relocated to Scarborough.” of Benidor An ITV spokesman said about “No decision has been made further series.” t among is lSCARBOROUGH incredi destinations for The Sun’sCheck offer. holidays £9.50 thesun.co.uk/holidays firstname.lastname@example.org TWO months ago I revealed that ITV comedy Benidorm was set for the chop, above – only to face a barrage of abuse online from the show’s writer DERREN LITTEN. This week he was forced to admit what I knew all along, that the show has been axed after a decade on TV. He wrote on Twitter: “Crazy to think Wednesday will be the last episode of Benidorm. I created the series over 11 years ago . . . “It’s difficult to think what else there is to do. Thank you for watching.” I hate to say I told you so, Derren . . . bi bit is TONIGHT’S 5 News a being replaced by Still w, sho TV one-off to birth: Still A Taboo, cthighlight an issue affeen. ing millions of womwill The studio audience include BEN FOGLE’sa wife Marina, who lost. son to stillbirth in 2014 EXTRA LIFELINE ON MILLIONAIRE Ask The Audience Fifty-Fifty NEW Phone A Friend Ask The Host WHO Wants To Be A Millionaire might be 20 years old but ITV is breathing new life into the series by introducing a lifeline — Ask The Host. The rebooted gameshow, which starts on Saturday, will allow contestants to probe new host JEREMY CLARKSON, left, for help with an answer. The existing lifelines Phone A Friend, Ask The Audience and 50:50 remain in place. A telly source said: “Viewers will enjoy seeing Jeremy squirming as he is put on the spot. He won’t be wearing an in-ear speaker or be able to see the answers, so it’ll be using his genuine general knowledge. “He’s a bit worried, as he could be the reason why someone goes home without anything.” Another new dimension is contestants can bank their money after each successful question after amassing at least £1,000. Previously, they could only do this on the £1,000 mark and the £50,000 mark. This meant, for example, if they got the £500,000 question wrong their payout would fall all the way back to their last banked cash at £50,000. ticker l Reporter Kate Adie to receive TV Bafta Fellowship t bi TV hit Benidorm coming back...but in Scarborough EXCLUSIVE by SIMON BOYLE and ANDY HALLS makTV’s Benidorm bosses are in ing a new seaside comedy set Scarborough — after ITV quietly axed the long-running show. IT’S HOL OVER FOR DERREN BRITAIN’S Got Talent boss SIMON COWELL will be pleased he need not shell out any extra in the wake of the gender pay gap row – as show judge AMANDA HOLDEN is happy with her lot. In a radio interview on Sunday night, she said: “I think if I tried to get the same fee as Simon, I don’t think I’d manage that – because there is an argument for people, whether they’re male or female, who are valued more. “GLENN CLOSE, in a movie, isn’t going to get the same as if I was in the movie with her. There’s the argument and the reverse argument – and I think that stands. “Simon is more important to them than I am and that’s a fact. I’ve never complained about the money, I’m just lucky to have the gig after 12 years still.” It’s a refreshing point of view that will no doubt please the boss. bi IT HASTA BE A JOKE l Geordie Shore’s Chloe Ferry in tears ahead of nose and boob jobs DIGITAL RADIO • APP VIRGINRADIO.CO.UK 34 ............... Tuesday, May 1, 2018 1GM dear deidre Head to thesun.co.uk/deardeidre to read more readers’ letters. To find how my problem page works, see thesun.co.uk/deardeidrefaqs Husband had a tit-for-tat affair Dear Deidre I HAD sex with my husband’s best mate during the early days of our relationship. After 12 years my husband has now got his revenge. We are both 37, we married ten years ago and have two girls aged ten and six. We had only been dating for a few months when I stupidly had this fling with his so-called mate, who he shared a flat with. The friend was two years older than us. He came on to me when my husband — who was then my boyfriend — was at work. I knew it was wrong but I fell for the attention he gave me. One day we had sex when we were alone in the flat and it carried on for a few weeks. Then one day my boyfriend came home early from work and caught us in the act. He took it tough but he forgave me, his mate found somewhere else to live and we got over it. I thought it was done and dusted and it has never been mentioned again — until now. I planned a party to celebrate topic4today TEENAGERS will clash with parents as they begin to form their own adult identities but they can’t behave as they like. My Troubles With Teenagers e-leaflet helps enforce effective boundaries. Email or message me on my Facebook page for a copy. email@example.com our tenth wedding anniversary. I drank lots of prosecco at the do and I can’t remember everything that happened but I caught my husband and my best friend snogging in the bathroom. I know I completely lost it. I screamed at them and I think I may have hit her. I finally fell asleep and when I woke, my husband was sitting beside me crying. He said it had been going on for six months and that I should forgive him as he once forgave me. He blamed me for his fling. He said it was because I had made him paranoid that he wasn’t good enough. I told my friend I never want to hear from her again and she has not been in touch. I find it hard even to be near my husband and we are sleeping in separate rooms. I know my kids are noticing something is wrong. I am confused too. If he wanted her, why hasn’t he left me, now the secret is out? 0 DEIDRE SAYS: Don’t buy into him putting all the blame for his affair on you and what happened in the past. You have had ten years of marriage and two daughters since then. Clearly he doesn’t want to break up his home and be with your “friend”. He is sorry and wants you to forgive him. Tell him that can only work if he is willing to talk about what really lay behind his cheating, as it is going to be recent issues in your relationship, not old history. If you love him deep down, suggest couple counselling, where you can both speak freely in confidence and raise the painful issues you are not speaking about right now. My e-leaflet Cheating – Can You Get Over It? explains how you can. 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Send her loving, even sexy texts when she’s at work. Focus on the two of you rather than wasting energy worrying. My e-leaflet 50 Ways To Add Fun To Sex will help you keep the spark alive in and out of the bedroom. social media but he’s online on the dating site still. This is knocking my confidence. What am I doing wrong? 0 DEIDRE SAYS: You can be lucky but the online dating scene is full of people treating dates like a box of chocolates – trying one, then another, then another. Don’t overlook other ways to meet guys such as developing a social life. Being friends first is a more effective way to find lasting love. My e-leaflet Widening Your Social Life can help. EVERY PROBLEM GETS A FREE PERSONAL REPLY usually in 24hrs weekdays 1. Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org deidre’s photo casebook HEIDI’S WEDDING WORRIES: DAY 2 WE HAD SUCH A LAUGH IN THE PUB LAST NIGHT, HEIDI. YOU SHOULD HAVE COME I’M MEANT TO BE SAVING FOR THE WEDDING, BUT BLOW IT. LET’S GO TOMORROW NIGHT . . . I FEEL LIKE LIFE REVOLVES AROUND THE WEDDING THESE DAYS. IT’S STARTING TO GET TO ME . . . Calls from a landline or mobile are charged at a local rate. Single supplement applies. Subject to availability. Price could be withdrawn at any time. These holidays are operated by, and your resulting contract will be with, Newmarket Holidays Ltd ABTA V7812, ATOL protected 2325. *Book by 9th May 2018 quoting code DREAM. Subject to availability & may be withdrawn at any time. Price shown does not include discount. I’M GOING TO DO A BIT OF WORK IN THE STUDY, HEIDI. TRY NOT TO DISTURB ME, I NEED TO CONCENTRATE OK GERRY, DON’T WORRY, I WON’T DISTURB YOU . . . I’LL JUST SIT ON MY OWN, AS USUAL . . . 2. Private message me on Facebook facebook.com/DearDeidreOfficial 3. Write to me: Deidre Sanders, The Sun, London SE1 9GF (enclose SAE) 4. Or follow me on Twitter: @deardeidre Dear Deidre MY partner has left me because she discovered I help my daughter out with a weekly allowance. She says it goes against her principles. I am 56, she is 53, and we have been together for three years after meeting online. We seemed perfect for one another. We were discussing finances and buying a home together when I mentioned I give my daughter £25 a week to help with living costs. My daughter is a single parent, doesn’t drink or smoke but runs out of money. My grandson is only four and my daughter hasn’t been able to find part-time work. You’d have thought World War Three had kicked off. She is the woman of my dreams but I don’t want my daughter and grandson to go without. 0 DEIDRE SAYS: Somehow your partner learned she had to take care of herself as no one else would. Now she feels resentful. Help your daughter as long as it feels right to you but ask your partner to explain her feelings over this. Hopefully you find the gulf between you isn’t as wide as it feels to her. DRINKING WITH PALS CUE FOR DISASTER Dear Deidre quoting code www.thesuntravel.co.uk/newmarketamerica HELPING MY GIRL IS CAUSING REAL RIFT Continues tomorrow PLAYING snooker with his mates down the club is more important to my husband than taking me out or visiting family and friends. He is 45, I am 35 and our 12-year marriage has had its ups and downs. He goes out with the lads at least three times a week and most weekends. He says I should go alone if I want to go out. We have no children. He started losing interest in sex last year. He says he’s past it yet he can be out until all hours with his mates and usually comes home the worse for wear. He makes it all my fault, though, by saying that sex is all that’s important to me. I’ve moved in with my sister but I can’t stop crying. He doesn’t even seem that bothered I’ve gone. 0 DEIDRE SAYS: I think this is more about alcohol than snooker. His behaviour comes across like that of an addict, and too much alcohol would tie in with him losing his sex drive too. To settle your own mind, suggest you two meet to talk about whether your marriage can be saved. If he wants things to go on as they are, accept you’re best apart from him. If he is willing to try to change, my e-leaflet Dealing With A Drinker will help. DAILY 1GM WANT to achieve complexion perfection without the hefty price tag? SOPHIE BRONSTEIN rounds up some of the best foundations costing under a tenner. The Ordinary Serum Foundation (£5.70, the ordinary.com): Possibly the only foundation to have racked up a waiting list of 25,000 when it launched last year. The Ordinary has nailed it with this ultra-hydrating, mediumcoverage wonder. Avene Hydrating Skin Tone Perfector (£10, avene.co.uk): Skin that’s super dry? Nab a tube of this light-coverage base, infused with thermal spring water (straight from the Avene spring in France) to gently hydrate even the most sensitive of skin. L’Oreal Paris Infallible 24H-Matte Foundation (£8.99, superdrug. com): If you’re into full coverage or have oily skin, this nonbudge formula will keep you shine-free and made up all day long – without feeling heavy or cakey. Genius. Rimmel Wake Me Up Foundation (£8.99, boots.com): There’s no such thing as sleep in a bottle – but this comes pretty close. It is glow giving, without being too oily, and a must when you want to banish the tell-tale signs of a hangover from your face. Maybelline Fit Me Foundation (£6.99, super drug.com): This formula blurs enlarged pores, while offering a full-coverage finish. If you are prone to doing your make-up on the commute, the lightweight tube is perfect for your bag. Bourjois Healthy Mix Foundation (£9.99, boots.com): This blend is packed with Vitamins C, E and B5 to nourish skin and instantly wake it up – leaving an immediate radiant, even skin tone. Not bad considering it will cost you less than a Nando’s. Tuesday, May 1, 2018 35 Edited by JOELY CHILCOTT BRIDE’S DASH FROM RECEPTION TO GIVE BIRTH AS new bride Abbie Green was enjoying her wedding reception, the celebrations were suddenly cut short – when her waters broke. The 22-year-old had known it would be a close call — she was due to give birth the week before her marriage to tree surgeon Rob, 25. But baby Freddie had been in no hurry to arrive. Abbie says: “I’d planned to walk down the aisle days after becoming a mum, but when I passed my due date and there was still no sign of the baby, I realised I’d be waddling down the aisle very heavily pregnant. “At first it felt a bit daunting, but I was so happy to show off my bump and marrying Rob was the most important thing.” She adds: “We’d been trying for a baby for so long. But when the doctor announced the due date was October 8, 2017, I was nervous. We’d booked our wedding for October 13. But I love Rob and I wanted to tie the knot as planned.” After three miscarriages in three years, Abbie had begun to think her dreams of becoming a mum may not come true. When Rob proposed in July 2015, it was a welcome distraction. Abbie, of Stow-market, Suffolk, says: “I was over the moon. We go on holiday to Hemsby in Norfolk every year and we were walking along the beach, like on any other holiday, only this time Rob got down on one knee. “I didn’t hesitate to say yes and couldn’t wait to start planning the wedding. I still longed for a family but the wedding helped us both to relax about our baby plan. “We did keep trying, alongside planning the wedding, but for two years nothing happened. “After our third miscarriage I was referred to a specialist clinic. They were amazing. “When the doctor announced I was pregnant, it was like all my Christmases had come at once.” But there were By LYNSEY CLARKE and HARRIET BULLOUGH new worries when Abbie was told her due date. The couple chose to stick to the original plans but to scale back. Abbie says: “We’d wanted a big white wedding but decided to make it more babyfriendly. We kept the arrangements for our 150 guests the same but opted for a quieter reception. “We also planned to spend our wedding night with our new baby, and put off a honeymoon until later in the year.” Abbie’s pregnancy went smoothly but she was faced with the prospect of walking down the aisle at 40 weeks pregnant. ‘Rob sprang into action’ They married at Stowmarket Register Office then were driven to the reception nine miles away at Chamberlin Hall in the village of Bildeston. She says: “The reception was brilliant and everyone was having a blast. But at 11pm I felt really funny. I thought I was going to wet myself and dashed for the loo. “But as I rushed off, water just gushed everywhere. I was gobsmacked. We’d joked all night about the baby arriving, and suddenly it was. “Everyone just stopped, no one knew what to do. “But Rob and my family sprang into action and I was bundled into our car which was still covered in ribbons. I was still wearing my wedding dress and mascara was Love, honour ...and a baby! running down my face. I can only imagine what I looked like. “The nurses’ faces said it all when I arrived at the hospital. It must have been quite a sight. I couldn’t wait to be a wife and mother — but I hadn’t expected it all the same day.” Within hours of arriving at the hospital in Ipswich, the new bride gave birth to her son at 5.35am. Abbie says: “I thought it would take hours, but Freddie wasn’t waiting for anyone. I didn’t even have time to take my veil and tiara off. Freddie was born in the early hours of the next morning, and he was just perfect. “My little boy weighed a whopping 9lb 1oz. It was overwhelming, but such an amazing feeling to finally meet him.” Now Freddie is six months old, and Abbie is settling into married life and motherhood. She says: “I wouldn’t have had it any other way. Going into labour on our wedding day made it much more special. “I joke with Rob that at least he won’t forget our wedding anniversary.” FAMILY . . . Rob and Abbie with Freddie Wedding 3.30pm BIG DAY . . . getting married and, below, after giving birth to little Freddie Birth 5.35am Be 24/7 with your daily fix in The Sun, your weekend indulgence with magazine every Sunday AND D non-stop fashion and beauty news at thesun.co.uk/fabulous 36 ............... Tuesday, May 1, 2018 1GM DAILY SIMPLE FOODS PEA SOUP (Serves 4-6) YOU NEED: 4 shallots, finely chopped 1 stick of celery, cut in half (discard from the soup before blending) 1 tbsp olive oil Sea salt and white pepper 1 chicken stock cube, dissolved in 570ml of boiling water 1 vegetable stock cube, dissolved in 570ml of boiling water 1 kilo frozen peas (look for petit pois – the smaller ones) Garnish Drizzle olive oil Pea shoots Mint FINELY chop the shallots and cut the celery stalk in half. Place a saucepan on the hob with the olive oil and sauté the shallots until translucent. Add the celery stalk and season lightly with sea salt and white pepper. Next, add the frozen peas and stir for about two minutes. Dissolve the chicken and vegetable stock cubes in boiling water and pour into the saucepan. Bring to the boil, reduce to a medium heat and cook for 20 minutes. Remove from the heat and discard the celery stalk. Blend in a liquidiser or use a hand-held blender. Place in individual serving bowls with a drizzle of olive oil for garnish and some pea shoots and mint. l Recipe: Myrelationshipwithfood.com. TOO GOOD TO BE BREW WE are a nation of tea drinkers, sinking 165million cups a day. That’s good news as it is good for us too. CLARE O’REILLY reveals how a cuppa can help health. CHAMOMILE TEA HAS ANTIMICROBIAL BENEFITS: It has long been known to promote sleep, but the flower-based brew also has antimicrobial benefits, which means it contains agents that can kill bacteria and fungal infections. BLACK TEA INCREASES LIFE EXPECTANCY: Studies involving more than 850,000 participants in the US found drinking three cups a day reduced risk of heart disease by 27 per cent, cardiac death by 26 per cent and stroke by 18 per cent. BLACK TEA LOWERS RISK OF DEPRESSION: A study that looked at the findings of 11 previous reports from China, covering 23,000 people, found that drinking three cups of black tea a day reduced the risk of depression by 37 per cent. GREEN TEA REDUCES RISK OF LIVER DISEASE: A combined study of more than 800,000 found green-tea drinkers are less likely to have chronic liver disease. It’s not known what compounds help, but liver cancer and cirrhosis rates fell too. PEPPERMINT TEA CONTAINS ANTI-TUMOUR COMPOUNDS: This is often linked with aiding digestion. However, US research found it also contains anti-allergenic compounds and is packed with antioxidants, as well as anti-tumour properties . GREEN AND BLACK TEA REDUCE BLOOD PRESSURE: Eleven trials across the globe, which examined more than 800 people, found green and black tea reduced levels of low-density lipoprotein, also known as bad cholesterol. BLACK TEA REDUCES DIABETES RISK: Analysis of 15 studies from the US, Europe and Asia with more than 500,000 participants found that drinking two cups of black tea a day cut the risk of developing diabetes by 4.6 per cent. BLACK TEA REDUCES DEMENTIA RISK: A study from Singapore found drinking three or more cups of black tea every day meant participants were 50 per cent less likely to show early signs of dementia compared to a group who drank no tea. LOOK ON THE PLUS SIDE BEST FOR work outfits BEST FOR occasion wear STARTING as a plus-size label, Elvi now caters for sizes 8 to 28. It has a whole occasion-wear section and the figure-flattering frocks are ideal for weddings and race days. Styles come with waistenhancing details, and both with and without sleeves. NEW LOOK CURVES Button-up blouse, £17.99; blazer, £27.99; tailored trousers, £22.99; shoes, £19.99 SUIT up your summer workwear – light fabrics and pastel shades will see you through the sunny months ahead. New Look has a range of tailored trousers, fitted blazers and buttonup blouses to smarten your wardrobe with-out breaking the bank. BEST FOR t y da -to-niggh dressin ELVI Floral dress, £75; red heels, £29.99, New Look BOOHOO PLUS Off-shoulder dress, £22; nude strappy heels, £20 ASOS CURVE Slogan T-shirt, £10; jacket, £35; check skirt, £35; black satin mules, £20; white chain bag, £28 WITH its trendled pieces in curve ranges, Asos will give you the inspiration to step out of your comfort zone. Keeping your wardrobe up to date, you can bag the best stylish pieces of the season, from checks and slogans to sequins and animal prints. BEST FOR party glamour FASHION fans will be sorted for that lastminute weekend outfit – with change for a cocktail. With a selection of party looks, Boohoo’s offthe-shoulder frocks flatter any arm woes, allowing you to flash the flesh while flabby parts are kept under wraps. 1GM Tuesday, May 1, 2018 ............... FOR SIZZLING OUTFITS THIS SUMMER Curve lurve IT might not feel it, but summer is just around the corner so it’s time to start sorting your wardrobe. And finding stylish looks in plus-size offerings has never been easier. Curve collections on the High Street are growing, with amazing labels catering for RIVER ISLAND PLUS bigger sizes. But where is best for which occasion? From holiday essentials to solving your occasionwear problems, SIOBHAN O’CONNOR brings you the best brands for all your shopping needs, modelled here by our size 18 beauty Ivana Milosevic. BEST FOR u s mmer basics Swimsuit, £45; white cover-up, £65; sunglasses, £14; bag, £35; sandals, £35 M&S CURVE Orange block shirt, £35; satin trousers, £39.50; navy trench, £49.50; mules, £35 BANDS AID. . Kris with TV’s Fearne FEELING VIBE FOR FESTIVALS By KRIS HALLENGA IT is pretty hard to get into the summer festival spirit when the weather can’t make up its mind about the seasons. I am enjoying the bluebells in my garden (come on, I’m in my thirties now) from the comfort of my centrally heated house. It’s ridiculous. But that doesn’t mean plans don’t have to be laid for the upcoming festival season – and we are once again preparing for fun-filled boob chats across the UK. Belinda the Boobmobile will be coming out of hibernation to provide festival revellers with information that could save their lives. Win-win. Frankly, not even the weather would deter us after having experienced some of the wettest weekends in the past. Most young folk are happy to party and live it up in a field, even if their tent is swimming away. And that means the team need to get on board, too. I say that with slight glee as I actually no longer take part in the summer boob tour. But you can’t keep me away from a soggy field entirely. The twin and I are taking our coffee and cake van to a couple of Cornish festivals this summer. It’s a parallel universe to be chatting bundts (our German-style cakes), not boobs. But that doesn’t mean people won’t bring up the subject of breasts, despite us not being there for that. Sense of pride BEST FOR holiday essentials STRIPPING to your swimwear can be daunting, but River Island has bikinis and swimsuits with mesh lining that act as shapewear by sucking you in and smoothing lumps and bumps. With beach dresses, bags, shades and sandals too, you’ll soon sort your suitcase. AFTER launching its first curve collection in January, M&S now stocks up to size 32 and is your port of call for all the essentials. With clever details and comfortable fabrics, you can pick up a classic trench, shirts, satin trousers and must-have mules as key summer staples. 37 It’s both surreal and lovely to have people offering gratitude and loveliness about CoppaFeel! They might have been following our journey for a while, recognised me from my documentary or were readers of this column. No matter how far removed I am from anything CoppaFeel! related, I will never let go of that ginormous sense of pride. I still get to organise our annual music festival, Festifeel, in London. We are once again taking over the House of Vans in Lambeth on October 6. And with the help of Fearne Cotton at the music helm and comedian Jayde Adams sorting the comedy acts, we put together a killer line-up. I love working with Fearne because we both get so excited about acts. It is like organising your very own perfect festival, with the added bonus that we raise heaps of money for CoppaFeel! and get to tell even more people to check their boobs. It’s bloomin’ hard to put together, which is why I’m spending far too much time in my PJs, stuck to my laptop. But it’s all worth it, especially if you lot come and enjoy the day. We will be announcing acts over the coming months and we are selling early-bird tickets. So get your mitts on those at festifeel.com. 38 ............... Tuesday, May 1, 2018 1GM 1GM Tuesday, May 1, 2018 ............... letters @ the-sun.co.uk The page where you tell Britain what you think IT is ridiculous that Amber Rudd, pictured, has been forced to resign as Home Secretary. Her opposite number, Diane Abbott, is still hanging in there despite showing she has a tenuous grip on reality and can’t even add up. I’m sure most British people want deportation targets and for the Government to stick to them. STEVEN HARRIS Banham, Suffolk I CANNOT believe ABBA are back together and recording two new songs. I hope the tracks are just as good as they were in the Seventies and Eighties. Welcome producers, let’s have our “dear old Corrie” back. We need it. back, ABBA. MANDY DHANDA Coventry JEANNE HOBSON Lymington, Hants THANK you, Lorraine, for the article on Corrie in Saturday’s Sun. I am one of the real “oldtimers” who have watched Coronation Street since day one. I always enjoyed the humour of many of the characters but sadly it’s gone in favour of gritty storylines. Every day, the news is full of horrors. Please, new THERE’S no doubt Donald Trump’s tub-thumping about nuking North Korea had the desired result. Kim Jong-un’s peace summit with South Korea’s Moon Jae-in would never have happened but for Trump’s threats, as crazed as they seemed. Love him or loathe him, Trump, pictured, is a vital ally for Britain. STEVE SMITH Seaton Delaval, Northumberland Brexit traitors insult us all IT is disgraceful that MPs, particularly Tory MPs, are ignoring the electorate and pursuing their own Brexit agendas. £50 LETTER They think they know better and insult us all by insisting that we stay in a customs union and single market, which would, of course, leave us at the mercy of the EU dictatorship. Theresa May needs to knock them into line. The same applies to the unelected cronies in the House of Lords. GEOFF GREEN Nottingham MOST British people require politicians to do just two things: Honour the referendum and have the backbone to carry it out. Parliament seems full of people who only wish for fame or to line their pockets. If the Prime Minister goes back on this, the Tories will not see power for a very long time. ALAN BYRNE Ripley, Derbys IF these jumped-up politicians want riots and civil unrest, just keep on as they are — going against democracy and the will of the people — and wait for it to kick off. Theresa May, you have nothing to fear. You have more than 17million people on your side. JOHN RYCROFT Leeds THOSE who are campaigning to derail Brexit should be dealt with severely. If the rebels don’t like the idea of being outside the EU then let them relocate to the European mainland. Shame on the unelected, antidemocratic, self-important peers. JIMMY SMITH Wigton, Cumbria TXT US ON 07537 410199 Don’t forget to include your name. Standard text rates from your provider apply IF selling Wembley Stadium means England playing fixtures up and down the country, I am all for that. Give football fans a chance to see them play near their region. ANDY K, Hereford IF Soubry and Co somehow stop Brexit, l will be livid. I haven’t been angry for years. Civil war will happen if you take democracy off people. PATRICK, Carlisle PARENTS are paying hundreds of pounds on the new computer game craze Fortnite. Do they have any control these days? REGGIE, Norwich THE House of Lords believes we peasants do not understand what is best for us. But unlike people in the past, we live in a democracy and have voted for a future outside the EU. That future would be golden with strong support, but they would rather see it fail. New powers demanded by peers could be used by them and Remainers to overturn the referendum result. If they have their way, the next referendum should be on their abolition. TONY HUBBERT Caerphilly, Glamorgan THOSE MPs who want to stay in the customs union have no respect for what the majority voted for in the referendum. It’s an insult to say we didn’t know what we were voting for. It was made very clear. I am getting angry now that we may not get the Brexit we voted for and the country will be very dissatisfied with the MPs going against us. BRIAN SUMMERS Norwich I AM fed up that certain parliamentarians, and even more so, the Lords, are determined to scupper Brexit. How dare they? Some of these wish to go against the will of the 17.4million people. Has democracy disappeared? Mrs May, stand up for the people of the UK who voted out. Let Brexit mean Brexit as you have so often said. Take the bull by the horns and get us out of the EU by any means next March. CAROL BURNELL Wickford, Essex ABORTIONS, circumcisions and teeth extraction are best left in the hands of experts. So it beggars belief that people can turn to a website for “tutorials” on how to perform them and other skilled procedures themselves. YouTube can’t simply relinquish responsibility by claiming it’s a site for free speech. CAN someone explain to me what is wrong with setting targets for the deportation of those who are in this country illegally? They are stealing the places of those who have a legitimate right to be admitted to the UK. I sincerely hope new Home Secretary Sajid Javid targets these people with vigour and removes them from these shores as quickly and efficiently as possible. JOHN BURTON Worksop, Notts email, fax, write or comment online YOU could win £1,000 with super Sun Bingo. Just check the numbers below against those on grids in play on your gamecard. Complete ONE grid of 15 numbers and you win or share the prize. Claim details are on your card. 75 39 4 55 19 A cool decision to give more love in order to get more love works out for you. Even if it sometimes seems you have been together for ever, only now does a relationship fully reach its potential. If you are single, love at first sight is a sexy surprise for you. Work plans move faster if you team up to win a contract. You will be sure of the future you want, and what it will cost, so you can seem cold-hearted as you choose ideas purely for the profit they make. As for love, as Pluto back-flips through your partnership chart, a love match is back to its best. If you are single, your next partner is super-strong and wonderfully kind. Venus is in your secrets chart and helps you identify the right partner for a dreamy romance. But Pluto in your marriage zone offers an intriguing and very demanding partnership. It’s important to make a clear choice. Work-wise, you make progress in a subtle way by checking every fact for yourself. It may be the opposite of the question you expected to be asked, but your answer will stand out and it can change your working life for the better. Venus and Mars are on good terms and a relationship that seemed one-sided turns into an equal love match. Unattached? You will find love in hypnotic eyes. The strongest relationship is the one in which each partner supports the other’s ambitions, as well as being passionately in love. If you are still waiting to meet The One, today’s most likely locations are a new office block or an unusual food shop. The moon shines on family, as you develop home makeover plans. Your best money-making ideas could click into action but it means working out every detail, especially the timing and costings. Love grows faster if you go with the flow of feelings, rather than analyse everything a partner says. If you seek new love, a friend has already found someone special for you. Deep emotions mixed with sensible thinking ensures your love decisions are right, though they are far from the choices you expected to make. When you face a job decision, look at who you would be working with and learning from. A relative you have yet to meet could be the source of rich luck for you. When you worked together you used to argue about everything. Now you meet again, it feels like love, and with Venus in your marriage chart you may soon be talking weddings. You have such warmth that everyone remembers you, which helps job plans. Seeking love? It starts with a laugh in a pizza place. Your deepest self is a surprise to you, and this is a day to explore it further and really get to know yourself. If you are single, your status can change after a very firm handshake from a super-fit Taurus. With Pluto so active in your sign, money comes from unusual places. You’re a star turn in a talent show. SUSAN DURRANT Gateshead, Tyne and Wear We pay £50 for our Star Letter of the day: Email email@example.com. Fax us on 020 7782 4170 or write to Dear Sun, The Sun, 1 London Bridge Street, London, SE1 9GF. Include your full name and address. You can share your views at thesun.co.uk 47 You are ready to reveal your independent side instead of being a restrained version of the real you. This does make life more challenging but you are up for it. In relationships, you go for the love you secretly want, not just the one you know you can get. As Saturn and Pluto rewind, work doors will open up again. 77 28 44 85 Play more Free Bingo at sunbingo.co.uk/freebingo So much romance is scattered through your day, from sudden declarations of love to secret crushes. All of them are focused on one person – you. Venus helps you get noticed at work too and guides you to a job that will feel more like fun than work. Do finish a conversation about property so you have all the details. Your mood is thoughtful and your ideas are clever, so you can surprise yourself by seeking to stay close to one person for as long as possible. If you are looking for love, it starts when you raise funds for charity. The Mars effect makes it a great day to go from reliable team member to inspirational player/manager. 39 40 ............... Tuesday, May 1, 2018 1GM Tuesday, May 1, 2018 ............... puzzles BRAINBUSTER SUNMOJI Find the one-word answer to each question of three clues. What’s the Bond ﬁlm? THE NAME GAME CALL 0906 757 7113 FOR TODAY’S TOUGHIE CLUES OR SOLUTION (80PPM) EACH clue leads to a well-known name. Put the initials or stated letters in the appropriate squares to identify an actress. 7 4 3 7 3 1 2 4 3 9 6 4 3 7 9 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 N 3&4 1&2 Australian supermodel nicknamed “The Body” in the 1980s 5&7 6&9 A 1 2 British athlete who won an Olympic gold medal in the javelin in 1984 (ﬁrst and third letter of surname) E U I SEE how many words of four or more letters you can “dial” using the one at the centre in each word. You can make at least one word using all of them. Don’t use the letters more than once in any word. No proper names or plurals. 2 3 4 5 6 7 15 16 17 18 19 20 G 17 x3 37 x5 -7 ÷11 Squared +55 80% -32 of this ADVANCED 88 +479 of4/9 this -77 2/5 of this +8 x3 -84 of this x5 +105 of6/7 this 3/4 14 10 8 W 21 H 5 2 9 10 11 12 13 22 23 24 25 26 U For 4 Extra Clues Call 0901 322 5002 or text SUNWORD to 84901. Calls cost 75p plus your telephone company’s network access charge. Texts cost £1 plus your standard network rate. 3 Words from Collins Concise Dictionary. BRILLIANT: 38. EXCELLENT: 32. GOOD: 27. GREAT SCORE FOR KIDS: 21. YESTERDAY: Acme, ambit, amice, amoebic, atom, atomic, beam, came, cameo, coma, comb, combe, combat, come, comet, emit, iamb, item, mace, mate, meat, mica, mite, moat, mote, motive, move, movie, omit, tame, team, time, tomb, tome, vomit. Nine-letter word: Combative. Check today’s answers by calling 0906 757 7145 before midnight. Calls cost 80p per minute plus your telephone company’s network access charge. x3 1 1 2 3 2 2 3 4 1 4 4 1 3 4 2 ANSWER +9 16 THIS is the world’s best brainteaser. Each grid number in our Word Workout game represents a letter. So if you think 4 is the letter A, write A in all the squares with a 4. All the alphabet is used and we have supplied some letters to start you off. We will print the answers tomorrow. YESTERDAY – ACROSS: Daze, Jamb, Quote, Istle, Roc, Angry, Elope, Imbed, Exude, Ion, Yacht, Drift, Inky, Weed. DOWN: Among, Every, Juice, Motto, Qualify, Element, Rye, Lax, Bacon, Ditty, Endow, Unite. 30-SEC NUMBERCRUNCH BEGINNER 20 14 HERE is our fantastic puzzle, the 30-second NumberCrunch. There’s no better way to keep your brain trained than playing our great teasers. So if you want to stay ahead of the game, you will love this challenge. Starting at the left with the number provided, work your way across the three lines one at a time, applying all the mathematical instructions to your running total. Don’t reach for your calculator – that would be cheating! Write your ﬁnal answer in the last box of the line. You should be aiming to complete each round in about 30 seconds. Good luck! Answers below, right. INTERMEDIATE Calls for extra clues and answers last no longer than two minutes (Sundial answers may vary). Helpline: 0333 202 3390 (9am-5.30pm). 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Global like-for-like sales at McDonald’s were up 5.5 per cent — beating estimates of 3.7 per cent. Mr Pomroy said of the UK: “Our business is going from strength to strength on coffee. We have just launched our first By STEPHEN BOUVIER barista outlet in St Paul’s in London. We are also expanding our delivery tie-up with Uber. Some outlets are serving 100 people a day through that route — ten per cent of their volume.” The chief exec said its 120,000 UK employees get holiday pay and health insurance — as well as the offer of a fixed-hours contract. He added: “I want to be able to walk into every crew room in the country and look our people in the eye.” The firm is working with green packaging companies to ensure all of its litter can be recycled. Its delivery fleet also runs on biodiesel from deep fat fryers. 3.7M Number of McDonald’s UK customers every day Start-up star ADVERTISING giant WPP has ruled out a break-up of the business. But joint chief operating officer Mark Read said he would look at restructuring the group built by recently deposed founder Sir Martin Sorrell. His comments came as WPP unveiled better than expected results for the first three months of the year. Sales fell by just 0.1 per cent to £2.94billion. The City expected a drop of about one per cent Some analysts think the company is unmanageable by anyone other than Sir Martin. He stepped down after 33 years over claims involving misuse of company assets, which he denied. WPP has 3,000 offices in 112 countries employing 200,000 people. Its fortunes are seen in the City as a bellwether for the health of the wider economy. Shares were up almost nine per cent in early trading. CLOSING PRICES A SELECTION of last night’s closing prices: BARCLAYS down 1.7 at 207.25 BP up 0.6 at 538 CENTRICA up 0.95 at 153.8 HSBC up 5.8 at 725.4 LLOYDS down 0.13 at 64.66 M&S up 1.1 at 287.7 MORRISONS up 3.1 at 243.1 RBS up 1.8 at 270.2 ROYAL MAIL down 1.8 at 581.2 SAINSBURY’S up 39.2 at 315 TESCO down 2.2 at 235.9 Full prices on Saturday. CAR firm Maserati has unveiled its annual 100 Index, which celebrates Britain’s young entrepreneurs. Among the leading start-ups and established firms featuring is fashion brand GYMSHARK, left. Founder Ben Francis built up millions of Facebook and Instagram followers to flog £40.5million worth of sports gear to his fellow millennials. Also featured is travel apparel brand GANDYS, founded by two brothers who survived Asia’s tsunami on Boxing Day 2004. RETAILER’S CVA AGREED SHAREHOLDERS in CARPETRIGHT have backed plans for a company voluntary arrangement after creditors agreed to it. 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Rank wants up its online presence to make up for declining bingo hall and casino attendances. 43 BREXIT’S JOBS HIT BREXIT has made the UK less attractive to top professionals from other EU countries, a new survey by LINKEDIN has found. The number moving here has fallen 26 per cent, the job search and networking site said after speaking to 600 in-house and agency recruiters. A total of 96 per cent said Brexit had hit their hiring plans. LinkedIn spokesman Jon Addison said: “With just under a year to go until we officially leave the EU, it’s clear that this is one of the biggest factors impacting hiring strategies.” 44 ............... Tuesday, May 1, 2018 1GM Home Shopping 9^Wji JWheji advertising 24/7 at: thesun.co.uk/ advertise RUN RISK Gambler Haye’s a big shot THE By GARY STONEHOUSE DAVID HAYE is so confident of flooring Tony Bellew he gave fight fans pre-paid betting receipts for £100 on him to win by KO! The Londoner dished out the slips as he arrived in Bellew’s hometown of Liverpool, with the recipients set to pocket nearly £200 if he is successful. Haye, 37, was eager to make amends with Bellew’s army of Scouse followers, having acted “like a football hooligan” before their last fight in March 2017. Then, Bellew won with an 11th-round stoppage. But ahead of Saturday’s rematch, former twoweight world champ Haye (above), sipping from an ‘I love Liverpool’ mug at the Echo Arena, said: “If you want to waste your money, bet on Bellew. “Last time round I was a bit angry, this time round not so much. “You guys are unfortunately going to see the end of Tony Bellew. “This time it will be very explosive. I love you all.” But Bellew is sure he will win again at London’s O2 Arena. Bomber, 35, said: “David has had a great career but on Saturday it ends.” Paisley’s wacky route to top CHRIS PAISLEY’S stunning final shot at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans was worth £130,000 — and proved the Geordie KEEPS HIS EAGLE EYE ON in association ace has found the Midas with THE WORLD OF GOLF touch this season. Paisley clinched his maiden the system of cringeworthy has really paid off and the David Facey European Tour win in January and added top-five finishes in two more big events. He was almost knocked over by jubilant partner Tommy Fleetwood when he holed a 47-yard pitch for a closing eagle at the 72nd hole in New Orleans on Sunday. That propelled the English duo from jointseventh place into a share of fourth. Instead of leaving with just under £93,000 apiece, they each pocketed £158,000 — £9,500 more than Paisley banked for winning the South African Open! Paisley, 32, puts his glory run down to DRIVE TIME . . . Chris Paisley has finally hit top gear this season forfeits he imposed on himself if he did not meet training targets. For example, if he failed to hole a certain number of putts or did not get his chips close enough, he would have to immediately drop down and do press-ups or sprint up and down the range in front of his startled fellow pros. He said: “I realised my practice was not really emulating the pressure of playing shots out on Tour. “I’m quite a shy person and the thought of doing push-ups on the practice area in front of other people was so embarrassing that it really did create pressure for me. “Avoiding that embarrassment was a key motivator. It KEVIN difference in my game was amazing.” Paisley and Fleetwood became close in their amateur days, playing on the same Walker Cup team in 2009. And European No 1 Fleetwood invited the Hexhamborn ace to be his partner at last week’s PGA Tour event. They finished just three shots behind winners Billy Horschel and Scott Piercy — and are certain to be invited back next year. If Paisley continues the progress that has lifted him into the top 20 on the Ryder Cup world points list, they could even be reunited in Paris this September. TURKISH AIRLINES flies to more countries than any other airline – and carries golf clubs free. BIRDIE 21-month drought OF THE with an eagle at WEEK the first extra LYDIA KO ended a BOGEY and Scott Brown OF THE led in New WEEK Orleans after 54 KISNER SAY enough team THAT events. I’ll defiAGAIN nitely come back.” “WE never hole to win the LPGA Mediheal Championship. holes but a 77 left them in a tie for 15th. Louis Oosthuizen hails two-man Zurich format. 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Tuesday, May 1, 2018 1GM GO ONLINE AT THESUN.CO.UK/SPORT/HORSERACING YARMOUTH TEMPLEGATE GOING: GOOD TO SOFT (GOOD IN PLACES) TOM PEPPER 2.10 .............................Usain Boat 2.10 .....................Usain Boat (nb) 2.40 .....................................Corelli 2.40..............................Jetstream 3.15..............................Insomniac 3.15...........................Calm Charm 3.45 ..............Suzi’s Connoisseur 3.45.................................Afandem 4.15 ..........................Sonnet Rose 4.15 ................................Ramblow 4.45 ...............................Jazzy Girl 4.45 ............................Calvin’s Gal 5.15..........................Aldbury Lass 5.15.......................................Ahfad 5.50.........................Slow To Hand 5.50.........................Slow To Hand TEMPLEGATE’S TRIO: Diocletian (Brighton) and Charles Fox (double, Newcastle) with Summer Thunder (Kempton). TOM PEPPER’S DOUBLE: Havana Star (Newcastle) and Usain Boat (Yarmouth). SUNRATINGS’ NAP: ANTONIAN (2.40 Yarmouth). SIRIUS, Sun On Sunday, nap: PATTIE (3.35 Nottingham). nTIC-TAC: Left-handed, long, narrow course of 1m 4f with a 5f run-in. 5-8f races run over the straight mile. nDRAW: High best on the straight course. nLEADING TRAINERS WITH RUNNERS (2013-2018): D M Simcock 25-90, C Wall 22-96, R Varian 21-88, J Gosden 16-60. nTOP JOCKEYS WITH RIDES (2013-2018): S De Sousa 36-167, J P Spencer 34-168, M Harley 19-125, L Dettori 15-41. nLONGEST TRAVELLER: Hard Forest (2.10), Kittileo (2.40), Ravenhoe (3.15), Afandem (3.45) trained at Middleham. Round trip of 438 miles. nFIRST RUN SINCE WIND OP: None. nLIVE ON ATR 2.10 HAVEN SEASHORE HOLIDAY PARK MAIDEN STAKES (Class 4); 2-y-o; winner £4,787; 5f. (6 runners) 1 (1) ADAM TILER R Cowell 9-5......................................................... G Mosse — 2 (3) 3 ARTAIR 15 M Bell 9-5 ......................................................... J P Spencer 98 3 (4) REVICH Richard Spencer 9-5 ................................................ S Donohoe — 4 (5) USAIN BOAT G Scott 9-5 ...................................................... S De Sousa — 5 (2) WINDY GUEST G Margarson 9-5 ............................................. T Queally — 6 (6) 36 HARD FOREST 13 (BF) M Johnston 9-0 .................... P J McDonald l99 BETTING: 2 Artair, 9-4 Hard Forest, 4 Usain Boat, 8 Adam Tiler, Revich WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED: 1 2017: To Wafij 9-5 A Atzeni 13-8 Fav (R Varian) drawn 3, 6 ran. 2.40 CONFERENCES AT YARMOUTH RACECOURSE NOVICE STAKES (3); 3-y-o; £9,704; 1m 3f 104yds.(5 runners) 1 (1) 41-2 ANTONIAN 27 J Gosden 9-8............................................... N Mackay l99 2 (3) 61- CORELLI 164 (TH) J Gosden 9-8 ............................................ L Dettori 98 3 (2) 0-1 JETSTREAM 69 C Hills 9-8.................................................... R Winston 96 4 (5) 822-2 BLAME CULTURE 17 G Margarson 9-2 ................................ T Queally 98 5 (4) 3 KITTILEO 12 M Johnston 9-2.......................................... P J McDonald 81 BETTING: 13-8 Corelli, 3 Blame Culture, 9-2 Antonian, 5 Jetstream, 7 Kittileo WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED and 2017: No corresponding race. 3.15 GROSVENOR CASINO OF GREAT YARMOUTH HCAP (5); value to the winner £3,752; 1m 2f. (7 runners) 1 (1) 549 INSOMNIAC 52 D M Simcock 4-9-7 .................................. J P Spencer 85 2 (7) 4544-38 HARD TOFFEE 81 L Allan 7-9-5............................................. N Mackay 98 3 (6) 6-63535 OCEANUS 17 (D) J Feilden 4-9-4.................................... S Birkett (3) l99 4 (4) 885- CALM CHARM 197 C Wall 4-9-3 ......................................... G Wood (3) 89 5 (3) 4/00-92 RAVEN BANNER 35 (D) I Furtado 5-9-2............................. S De Sousa 86 6 (2) 1257310 RAVENHOE 10 M Johnston 5-9-2 ..................................... A Breslin (7) 90 7 (5) 6066-85 TYRSAL 3 (CD) C Lines 7-9-0................................................ D Egan (3) 97 BETTING: 7-4 Raven Banner, 7-2 Insomniac, 6 Calm Charm, 7 Oceanus, 8 Ravenhoe, Hard Toffee, 14 Tyrsal WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED: 2 2017: Vernatti 4-9-2 R Hornby 11-2 (Mrs P Sly) drawn 1, 8 ran. 3.45 WEATHERBYS GLOBAL STALLIONS APP HANDICAP (3); value to the winner £7,246; 7f. (7 runners) 1 (7) 762172- MOUNTAIN RESCUE 222 (D) C Wall 6-9-7 ........................... T Queally 92 2 (1) 900-346 AFANDEM 31 M Johnston 4-9-1..................................... P J McDonald 97 3 (2) 3-50388 SUZI’S CONNOISSEUR 5 (T,V;D) S C Williams 7-9-1 ..... J P Spencer 92 4 (4) 43-2120 MAJESTIC MOON 48 (D) J Feilden 8-9-1.......................... S Birkett (3) 95 5 (5) -180550 LONDON 14 (D) P McEntee 5-9-1.................................... N Currie (5) l99 6 (3) 411312- SALT WHISTLE BAY 179 (D) R Guest 4-8-12 ........................ M Harley 98 7 (6) 42/2212 RIPP ORF 27 D Elsworth 4-8-12 .......................................... S De Sousa 85 BETTING: 2 Ripp Orf, 11-4 Salt Whistle Bay, 7-2 Mountain Rescue, 7 Afandem, 12 Suzi’s Connoisseur, 14 Majestic Moon, 16 London WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED: 5 2017: Taurean Star 4-9-1 J P Spencer 4-1 (M Bell) drawn 4, 9 ran. FORM of 10 (well btn) to Volatile (9-2) MOUNTAIN RESCUE (9-8) 5-2 close (Southwell 7f hcap (3) £8,715 AW). up, ridden 2f out, headway final furlong, stayed on, btn 21/4l by Big Tour LONDON (8-6) 33-1 led stands side trio, rear when merged with centre (9-4) (5 ran) (Yarmouth 7f hcap (3) group halfway, 16th of 19 (btn 15l) £7,876 good to soft). to Examiner (9-2) (Newmarket 1m AFANDEM (9-9) 6-1 chased leaders, hcap (2) £16,172 good to soft). pushed along 2f out, every chance, 6th of 8 (btn 51/4l) to Repton (9-3) SALT WHISTLE BAY (8-7) 10-1 led after 1f, ridden 1f out, headed final (Kempton 6f hcap (4) £6,469 AW). 100 yards, btn 11/4l by Via Seren-dipSUZI’S CONNOISSEUR (9-5) 16-1 ity (8-11) (8 ran) (Newmarket 1m rear, ridden 1f out, last of 8 (btn 3 hcap (3) £7,763 good to firm). 7 /4l) to Love Dreams (9-7) (ChelmsRIPP ORF (9-9) 7-2 stayed on close ford 7f hcap (3) £16,172 AW). home, btn 1l by Mordin (9-9) (11 ran) MAJESTIC MOON (8-13) 14-1 close (Kempton 1m nov (5) £3,881 AW). up, weakened 3f out, tailed off, last Sun 09067520+ COMMENTARY RESULTS YARMOUTH ........301 BRIGHTON ..........302 NOTTINGHAM ......303 ALL TRACKS........300 ..311 ..312 ..313 ..320 Calls cost 80p per minute plus your telephone company’s network access charge. Over 18s only. SP: Spoke, 0333 202 3390 RIVERSIDE RENTALS OF HORNING FILLIES’ HCAP (5); value to the winner £3,752; 7f. (9 runners) FORM out, headed final furlong, btn 3/4l by THE LACEMAKER (9-4) 5-2 tracked Zafaranah (9-5) (6 ran) (W’hampton leader, ridden and every chance, 1m 1f hcap (5) £3,752 AW). btn 1 3 / 4l by Pride Of Angels (9-7) SONNET ROSE (9-0) 3-1 ridden 1f SONNET ROSE (8-9) 2-1 fav tracked leader 3f, handy 3rd, smooth headout, kept on, 3rd (btn 21/2l) EMILY way 2f out, ridden to lead final furGOLDFINCH (8-4) 8-1 led, pushed long, ran on, bt Eponina (8-8) 1 / 2l along 1f out, headed inside final furTALLULAH’S QUEST (8-8) 9-2 rear, long, no extra, 4th (btn 3l) (5 ran) kept on, 6th (btn 2 3 / 4 l) (10 ran) (Lingfield 7f hcap (5) £3,752 AW). (Kempton 7f hcap (5) £3,752 AW). SEYASAH (9-5) 20-1 headway chasing leaders 2f out, kept on, 4th of 13 RONNI LAYNE (9-3) 8-1 tracked leaders, ridden 3f out, 7th of 8 (btn 91/4l) (btn 11/2l) to Tuscany (9-5) (Kempton to Steel Helmet (8-12) (Chelmsford 7f hcap (6) £2,264 AW). 11/4m hcap (6) £3,429 AW). LA ISLA BONITA (9-3) 20-1 chased leaders, weakened over 2f out, last HOW’S LUCY (9-2) 12-1 led and set strong pace, headed 1f out, 8th of of 13 (btn 17l) to Coverham (9-4) 10 (btn 9 1 / 2 l) to Sir Jamie (8-13) (Kempton 7f hcap (6) £3,105 AW). (Lingfield 1m hcap (6) £3,105 AW). RAMBLOW (9-0) 9-4 fav led, ridden 1f 4.45 DRIFTERS FISH AND CHIP ALL EVENTS HANDICAP (DIV 1) (6); 3-y-o; £3,105; 1m. Straight. (9 runners) 1 (7) 8-34773 LULU STAR 12 J Feilden 9-9.............................................. S Birkett (3) 93 2 (8) 675-67 PATTY PATCH 26 (V) R Spencer 9-8.................................. S Donohoe 92 3 (9) 050-858 MANDARIN PRINCESS 12 P McBride 9-7 ........................ S De Sousa 97 4 (1) 400-550 ROSEDALE TOPPING 68 (V) E Vaughan 9-6............. P J McDonald l99 5 (5) 080-1 GAINSAY 26 J Portman 9-5 ................................................. G Wood (3) 98 6 (3) 00975-5 JAZZY GIRL 20 B Powell 9-0 ................................................ D Egan (3) 92 7 (2) 006- CALVIN’S GAL 234 J Ryan 9-0.......................................... J Osborn (7) 85 8 (4) 090-53 BANJO’S VOICE 25 (B) J Chapple-Hyam 8-12 ................. N Currie (5) 85 9 (6) 798-4 PRETTY PEARL 103 R Eddery 8-12 ....................................... M Harley 86 BETTING: 4 Lulu Star, 9-2 Gainsay, 5 Patty Patch, 6 Mandarin Princess, 7 Banjo’s Voice, 8 Rosedale Topping, Calvin’s Gal, 10 Jazzy Girl, 16 Pretty Pearl WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED and 2017: No corresponding race. LULU STAR (9-3) 16-1 headway 1f out, stayed on well, never nearer, 3rd of 10 (btn 63/4l) to Odds On Oli (9-4) (Newcastle 1m hcap (6) £3,105 AW). GAINSAY (8-11) 33-1 headway 5f out, pushed along 2f out, ran on, led last strides, bt Christmas Night (9-5) hd PATTY PATCH (9-1) 25-1 behind, never a threat, 7th (btn 51/2l) (11 ran) (W’hampton 7f hcap (6) £3,105 AW). MANDARIN PRINCESS (8-11) 16-1 8th of 13 (btn 73/4l) to Pepys (9-10) (Newcastle 7f nov (6) £3,105 AW). 5.15 FORM JAZZY GIRL (8-13) 14-1 led until run-in, 5th of 6 (btn 2l) to Choral Music (93) (Lingfield 7f hcap (6) £3,105 AW). CALVIN’S GAL (8-11) 100-1 kept on, 6th of 11 (btn 8l) to Expecting (8-13) (W’hampton 5f nov (5) £3,234 AW). BANJO’S VOICE (8-9) 20-1 led until headed run-in, 3rd of 6 (btn 2l) to Miniature Daffodil (9-0) (Chelmsford 11/4m app hcap (6) £3,429 AW). PRETTY PEARL (8-3) 25-1 4th of 6 (btn 5l) to Surrey Blaze (9-7) (Chelmsford 11/4m hcap (6) £3,428 AW). DRIFTERS FISH AND CHIP ALL EVENTS HANDICAP (DIV 2) (6); 3-y-o; £3,105; 1m. Straight. (9 runners) 1 (4) 800-1 CHORAL MUSIC 20 J Portman 9-8..................................... G Wood (3) 92 2 (8) 090-6 SPRING PRAISE 18 (BH;BF) M Botti 9-7........................ G Malune (5) 92 3 (7) 75767- GRASMERE 138 A Bailey 9-7................................................ R Winston 98 4 (3) 560- HIDDEN DREAM 195 (PH) Mrs C Dunnett 9-6 .................. S Donohoe 85 5 (9) 68-9453 OLIVE MABEL 25 D Ivory 9-2............................................... J Duern (3) 97 6 (2) 837-740 AHFAD 10 (T,VH) S C Williams 9-0 ................................. S De Sousa l99 7 (1) 099- ALDBURY LASS 151 R Eddery 9-0......................................... M Harley 86 8 (5) 6-895 MISS MOLLIE 41 J Given 8-12 ............................................... T Queally 87 9 (6) 878- SANDKISSED 173 (H) A Murphy 8-12 ............................... N Currie (5) 88 BETTING: 11-4 Olive Mabel, 3 Spring Praise, 4 Choral Music, 8 Ahfad, 10 Grasmere, 12 Aldbury Lass, Miss Mollie, 16 Sandkissed, Hidden Dream WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED and 2017: No corresponding race. 5.50 ANNUAL BADGES ON SALE AT YARMOUTH HCAP (6); £3,105; 1m. Straight. (8 runners) 1 (6) 4/250-4 SCREAMING GEMINI 20 (B) R Varian 4-9-4 ....................... D Egan (3) 85 2 (8) 52-4126 KING OSWALD 82 (CD) J Unett 5-9-2................................. G Wood (3) 85 3 (7) 45894-8 CHANNEL PACKET 38 M Appleby 4-8-12 ....................... A Rawlinson 98 4 (3) 8/0322- SUBLIMATION 374 (D) S Gollings 8-8-11 ....................... P J McDonald — 5 (1) 012557- SLOW TO HAND 189 (B;C) W Jarvis 4-8-11 ..................... J P Spencer 90 6 (5) -670483 MISU PETE 22 (P) M Usher 6-8-8 .................................... S De Sousa l99 7 (4) -142336 DOR’S LAW 34 (P;D) D Ivory 5-8-6...................................... J Duern (3) 97 8 (2) 051-927 CANDESTA 25 (T;D) Miss J Feilden 8-8-2....................... N Garbutt (3) 91 BETTING: 11-4 Screaming Gemini, 7-2 Misu Pete, 4 Sublimation, 7 King Oswald, 8 Dor’s Law, Slow To Hand, 14 Channel Packet, Candesta WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED and 2017: No corresponding race. TEMPLEGATE’S TOP TIPS BOX CLEVER DIOCLETIAN (nap) should love the step up in trip in Brighton’s 2.50. He showed promise in some decent maidens in the autumn when he didn’t look in love with fast ground. Today’s conditions should suit him much better and Jason Watson is a good young jockey with a fine record when riding for Andrew Balding. CHARLES FOX (5.55 Newcastle, nb) is a handicapper to follow for shrewd James Fanshawe. He won over a furlong further at Kempton, but showed plenty of gears and should be just as potent dropped back to sprint trips. POET’S VANITY (7.15 Kempton, treble) has more to offer. Andrew Balding’s filly was a Group 3 winner at two, but failed to match those heights during her Classic season and now drops in class for her seasonal return. nTRAINERTRACE: BRIGHTON 3.25 Mr Pocket P Cole to R Cowell. KEMPTON 7.15 Chessman J Gosden to A Watson, 8.15 Cwynar C Hills to R Hughes. NEWCASTLE 5.20 Etikaal S Crisford to G Tuer. NOTTINGHAM 5.05 Dahik R Varian to M W Easterby. nJOB JOCKEYS: BRIGHTON L Steward rides Font Vert (2.50) for R Beckett, 4 from 16, 25%. KEMPTON C Bishop rides Chetan (8.45) for C Wallis, 4 from 4, 100%. J Doyle rides Kodinar (6.15) for W Haggas, 23 from 59, 39%. NOTTINGHAM None. YARMOUTH N Currie rides Ramblow (4.15) for M Appleby, 3 from 5, 60%. S Woods rides Sonnet Rose (4.15) for C Allen, 3 from 6, 50%. S De Sousa rides Misu Pete (5.50) for M Usher, 6 from 17, 35%. NEWCASTLE P Cosgrave rides Fast Landing (5.20) for S bin Suroor, 23 from 85, 27%. THE onTRACK 4.15 1 (6) 2333113 SONNET ROSE 17 (B,T;D) C Allen 4-9-7.......................... S Woods (7) 85 2 (4) 58-4412 THE LACEMAKER 17 (P) C Dwyer 4-9-6 ........................... S De Sousa 90 3 (1) 822284- SEYASAH 209 C Wall 4-9-4.................................................. T Queally l99 4 (2) 3220-50 LA ISLA BONITA 39 (PH;D) R Spencer 4-8-13.................. S Donohoe 90 5 (9) 07-9112 RAMBLOW 33 (P;BF,D) M Appleby 5-8-12 ....................... N Currie (5) 89 6 (5) 20255-6 TALLULAH’S QUEST 27 J Feilden 4-8-10......................... S Birkett (3) 97 7 (3) 4277-44 EMILY GOLDFINCH 17 (P;D) P McEntee 5-8-8 ................. G Wood (3) 97 8 (7) 57442-7 RONNI LAYNE 26 L Allan 4-8-3.............................................. N Mackay 98 9 (8) 33-4808 HOW’S LUCY 20 (P) J Chapple-Hyam 4-8-2 ........................ D Egan (3) 88 BETTING: 3 Ramblow, 7-2 The Lacemaker, 5 Seyasah, 6 Sonnet Rose, 8 Tallulah’s Quest, 10 Emily Goldfinch, 12 Ronni Layne, 14 La Isla Bonita, 16 How’s Lucy WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED: 1-5 2017: Wahiba 4-9-0 A Atzeni 7-2 JtFav (M Botti) drawn 3, 8 ran. H H H QAM CAN Johnston’s colt a big Attraction EVERY time Mark Johnston sees his Qipco 2,000 Guineas hope Elarqam he is reminded of one of his best horses. Stakes at Newmarket. This year, the Sheikh Hamdan-owned colt has been tuned up with a racecourse galThe unbeaten colt – 5-1 joint second lop at the Craven Meeting favourite with Ladbrokes and shrewd Johnston has By STEVE JONES for Saturday’s opening more than half an eye on Classic – is a son of star ways this is more exciting another Classic. filly Attraction. than it was with AttracHe said: “We’re not Johnston trained her to tion. With her I going to the GuinQIPCO win five Group 1s, includ- always thought if 1,000 Gui s, eas saying ‘this is ing the 1,000 Guineas she stays, she wins. Ladbrokesnea bet: the whole story’. 5-2 Happily, 7 double in England and “She would have “The race is the Ireland 14 years ago. dropped back to Wild Illusion, I best Derby trial Can Fly, 8 Canny Yorkshire-based sprinting if she Soliloquy, 9 and if Elarqam is Scot Johnston said: hadn’t won. Laurens not in the first “Elarqam is the “Elarqam, QIPCO three you could see spitting image of 2,000 Guineas, being by Frankel him going to the Dante 2 bet: ay Betw his mum. If you out of Attraction, tav Klimt, 5 is the best-bred and then on to Epsom.” could draw a Gusqam , Masar, Elar Aidan O’Brien is 11-4 blueprint of Saxon Warrior, horse I’ve trained. what a colt out of “He has to improve with Ladbrokes for the 12 Expert Guineas double. He has Eye Attraction would but I have a lot of four in the colts race led look like, this is him. faith in him.” “It’s a huge pleasure to Elarqam (above) easily by 2-1 favourite Gustav have him to train. I think won on debut at York and Klimt while 9-4 chance he is Attraction’s 11th then beat another Guin- Happily is one five Ballyfoal and we’ve only had eas hope Tip Two Win in doyle runners for the filtwo prior to this. In many the Group 3 Tattersalls lies’ thriller on Sunday. RACING RESULTS SALISBURY 2.00: 1 STEEVE W Carson (15-8); 2 Mersey (7-1); 3 Arcadian Rocks (112). 5 ran (My Dear F 13-8 fav). 1/2l; 1l. B Millman. T: £2; £1.30, £2.80. Ex: £12.50. Trif: £24.90. CF: £13.66. NR: Oloroso, Temple of W, Treasure Quest. 2.30: 1 HERE’S TWO K O’Neill (14-1); 2 Another Boy (16-1); 3 Field of Vision (16-1). 10 ran (Glory of P 9-4 fav). 21/4l; nk. R Hodges. T: £22.40; £4.70, £3.30, £4.70. Ex: £350.50. Triv: £3667.18. Trif: £3150. CF: £213.33. NR: P Of Angels. 3.05: 1 CAN CAN SIXTY TWO C Shepherd (6-1); 2 Dame Nellie (6-1); 3 Clan Mcgregor (12-1). 8 ran (M Daffodil 6-4 fav). 3/4l; 3/4l. M Channon. T: £8; £2, £2.40, £3.40. Ex: £45. Tric: £416. Trif: £560. CF: £41.06. NR: Johni Boxit. 3.40: 1 PRETTY JEWEL K O’Neill (5-4 fav); 2 I’m A Believer (10-1); 3 1Lady Bergamot (5-2). 5 ran. nk; 4 / 2 l. I Williams. T: £2.20; £1.20, £3.70. Ex: £12.90. Trifecta: £34.10. CF: £14.01. NR: Flight Of Fantasy. 4.15: 1 MASTER GREY W Carson (52); 2 Seasearch1 (1-2 fav); 3 Say About It (9-1). 3 ran. 2 /2l; 11/4l. B Millman. T: £3.10; Ex: £4.70. Trifecta: £4.50. CF: £4.21. NR: Pollyissimo, Rose Of Shiraz. 4.45: 1 GARCON DE SOLEIL R Hornby (12-1); 2 Patent (25-1); 3 Beyeh (5-1). 8 ran (C Carr 3-1 fav). 9l; 1l. M Blanshard. T: £11.10; £2.90, £4.40, £1.60. Ex: £113.50. Tric: £1679. Trif: £1024.40. CF: £242.50. NR: Diamond Reflection. 5.15: 1 CHIVERS J Bryan (16-1); 2 Heron (9-2); 3 Ocean Gale (4-1 jt fav). 8 ran (Sp’mintoul 4-1 jtfav). nk; 41/2l. D Steele. T: £14.80; £3, £1.80, £1.90. Ex: £115.50. Tric: £327.96. Trif: £329.70. CF: £79.94. NR: Amadeus Rox. P/POT: £3,960.40. Q/POT: £63.60 WOLVERHAMPTON 2.10: 1 DANCE ON THE DAY R Kingscote (7-1); 2 Rasima (evens fav); 3 Pride’s Gold (16-1). 12 ran. hd; 11/4l. T Dascombe. T: £7.20; £1.90, £1.10, £3.30. Ex: £16.40. Trif: £166.30. CF: £13.80. 2.40: 1 UBLA S De Sousa (9-4 jt fav); 2 Tisa River (100-1); 3 Prince of Time (20-1). 12 ran (Pepys 9-4 jt fav). 21/2l; 1l. G Kelleway. T: £2.80; £1.20, £27.70, £5.80. Ex: £383.30. Tric: £3837.88. Trif: £2508.10. CF: £318.93. 3.15: 1 TIVOLI R Havlin (11-10 fav); 2 Line House (14-1); 3 Ortiz (7-2). 5 ran. 1 / 2 l; 3l. J Gosden. T: £1.60; £1.30, £6.50. Ex: £17.50. Trifecta: £62.80. CF: £16.01. NR: Cirrus Minor. 3.50: 1 SHAMONIX D Keenan (22-1); 2 Windsorlot (2-1 fav); 3 Orobas (661). 11 ran. nk; 1/2l. M Usher. T: £19.30; £5.70, £2.10, £14.30. Ex: £142.10. Tric: £3043.91. Trif: £1948.10. CF: £65.05. 4.25: 1 MOOTASADIR J Gordon (4-5 fav); 2 Well Suited (9-4); 3 Starcaster (13-2). 6 ran. nk; 3 / 4l. H Palmer. T: £2.40; £1.10, £1.20. Ex: £3.10. CF: £2.76. 4.55: 1 SKY EAGLE A Atzeni (11-10 fav); 2 Agent Gibbs (11-1); 3 Star Ascending (9-2). 9 ran. 11/4l; 33/4l. Ed Walker. T: £1.80; £1.10, £2.80, £1.80. Ex: £12. Tric: £43.92. Trif: £48. CF: £15.68. 5.25: 1 REVENGE J Hart (7-2); 2 Chloellie (9-4 fav); 3 Swift Fox (8-1). 8 ran. 2l; nk. T Easterby. T: £6.20; £1.70, £1.20, £2.20. Ex: £15.40. Tricast: £55.84. Trifecta: £56.10. CF: £12.12. P/POT: £16.40. Q/POT: £4.40 THIRSK 1.50: 1 RICKYROADBOY A Mullen (11-4 fav); 2 Erastus1 (10-1); 3 French Silk (16-1). 12 ran. 1 /2l; 3/4l. M Walford. T: £3.30; £1.60, £2.90, £4.20. Ex: £29.60. Tric: £383.36. Trif: £391. CF: £29.48. 2.20: 1 BE BOLD C Beasley (28-1); 2 Redrosezorro (4-5 fav); 3 Cool Strutter (18-1). 14 ran. 1/2l; shd. R Bastiman. T: £43; £7.90, £1.10, £4.30. Ex: £93.10. Tric: £502.65. Trif: £1213.40. CF: £48. 2.55: 1 HARBOUR PATROL T Ladd (7-1); 2 Supreme Power (14-1); 3 Mrs Angel3 (20-1). 13 ran (Motahassen 9-4 fav). / 4l; shd. R Bastiman. T: £7.40; £2.40, £3.50, £7.40. Ex: £102.30. Tric: £1949.58. Trif: £2061.60. CF: £96.02. 3.30: 1 THE NAVIGATOR P Hanagan (4-1); 2 Bacacarat (6-4 fav); 3 Valdolobo (8-1). 9 ran. 1 3 / 4l; 2 1 / 4l. R Fahey. T: £3.90; £1.40, £1.10, £2.20. Ex: £10.10. Trifecta: £45.90. CF: £9.97. 4.05: 1 BLACK ISLE BOY Dl Tudhope (16-1); 2 My Name Is Rio (33-1); 3 Pennsylvania Dutch (7-1). 15 ran (K River 13-2 fav). nk; shd. D O’Meara. T: £17.90; £5.30, £8, £3.30. Ex: £565.70. Tricast: £4081.08. Trifecta: £2882.90. CF: £482.84. NR: Henley, Short Work. 4.35: 1 I KNOW HOW P Mulrennan (9-1); 2 Capla Demon (20-1); 3 Hop Maddocks (17-2). 9 ran. 11/4l; shd. J Camacho. T: £7.40; £2.20, £3.80, £2.50. Ex: £70. Trif: £421.70. CF: £99.48. NR: Rotherhithe. Rule 4, deduct 25p in £. 5.05: 1 ODDS ON OLI P Hanagan (7-2 fav); 2 Consultant (5-1); 3 Amity Island (12-1). 10 ran. nk; 31/4l. R Fahey. T: £3.30; £1.60, £1.80, £2.40. Ex: £22.50. Tric: £189.07. Trif: £218.40. CF: £19.81. 5.35: 1 ZIG ZAG C Rodriguez (7-1); 2 Ice Galley (14-1); 3 Four Kingdoms (12-1); 4 Druid’s Diamond (7-1). 17 ran (R Strauss 5-1 fav). 1l; 1/2l; shd. P Kirby. T: £8.50; £1.80, £3.90, £3.60, £3.90. Ex: £129. Tric: £1178. CF: £90.91. JACKPOT: Not won, £4,390.01 c/o. P/POT: £2,422.10. Q/POT: £343.50 SOUTHWELL 5.20: 1 FEEL THE WRATH S De Sousa (11-4 fav); 2 Mimram (9-2); 3 Wilde Oscar (11-2). 9 ran. 23/4l; 33/4l. I Furtado. T: £3.30; £1.40, £1.60, £1.40. Ex: £15.60. Tricast: £62.08. Trifecta: £61.70. CF: £15.14. 5.50: 1 COCOCABALA R Winston (7-1); 2 Mr Buttons (8-11 fav); 3 Lady Katy (9-1). 5 ran. 11/4l; 1/2l. Richard Spencer. T: £17.90; £3.50, £1.10. Ex: £12.40. Trifecta: £50.80. CF: £12.57. 6.20: 1 ZARJAZ T Eaves (16-1); 2 Battle Lines (7-2); 3 Compliance (11-4 jt3 fav).1 10 ran (Raaqyah 11-4 jt fav). 1 /4l; 3 /2l. K Ryan. T: £10.40; £3, £1.30, £1.30. Ex: £61.40. Trifecta: £158.40. CF: £68.13. 6.50: 1 TREATY OF ROME P Mathers (5-1); 2 Best Tamayuz (11-2); 3 Fieldsman (11-2). 8 ran (Red Touch 3-1 fav). shd; 11/4l. D Shaw. T: £5.80; £1.80, £1.80, £1.70. Ex: £33.80. Tric: £155.99. Trif: £128.80. CF: £32.06. 7.20: 1 CAPTAIN BOB P J McDonald (6-4 fav); 2 Eponina (7-2); 3 Dream Ally (9-2). 5 ran. 3/4l; 11/2l. P Kirby. T: £2.30; £1.30, £1.80. Ex: £6.80. Trif: £22.30. CF: £7.25. NR: Da Capo D. 7.50: 1 RASHDAN Josephine Gordon (7-2); 2 Litigation3 (7-4 1fav); 3 Albizzia (6-1). 7 ran. 1 / 4l; 2 / 2l. H Palmer. T: £3.30; £1.50, £1.80. Ex: £12.40. Trifecta: £40.40. CF: £9.02. 8.20: 1 ARABIAN OASIS N Garbutt (9-1); 2 Song Of Love (7-1); 3 Sleep Easy (7-4 fav). 8 ran. 1 / 2 l; 6l. L McJannet. T: £8.90; £2, £1.80, £1.10. Ex: £65.10. Tricast: £162.26. Trifecta: £214.10. CF: £69.33. P/POT: £27.50. Q/POT: £11.90 WINDSOR 5.10: 1 QUICK BREATH R Kingscote (3-1 jt fav); 2 Jeopardy John (11-2); 3 White Feather (13-2). 9 ran (Shovel It On 3-1 jt fav). 11/2l; 3 /4l. J Portman. T: £3.90; £1.50, £2.30, £2.80. Ex: £23.30. Tric: £99.46. Trif: £208.70. CF: £19.40. NR: Achianna. 5.40: 1 EMARAATY ANA T Queally (12-1); 2 Blown By Wind (4-11 fav); 3 Dark Thunder (8-1). 7 ran. 21/4l; 6l. K Ryan. T: £16; £4, £1.10. Ex: £22.60. Trifecta: £63.50. CF: £16.27. 6.10: 1 WILEY POST D O’Neill (172); 2 Dragstone Rock (6-4 fav); 3 Awesome Allan (5-1). 11 ran. 11/2l; hd. A Carroll. T: £11.90; £3.20, £1.40, £2. Ex: £29.10. Tricast: £76.58. Trifecta: £119.30. CF: £21.63. 6.40: 1 ASPETAR K Shoemark (15-8 fav); 2 Shall We Go Now 1 (8-1);3 3 Imaginative (6-1). 12 ran. 4 /2l; 1 /4l. R Charlton. T: £2.80; £1.40, £2.70, £2. Ex: £20.90. Trifecta: £75.10. CF: £17.34. NR: Floral Queen, Reprieval. 7.10: 1 CHANCE TO DREAM J P Spencer (4-1); 2 Zzoro (15-2); 3 Man Of Harlech1 (5-1). 8 ran (Past Master 11-4 fav). /2l; 1/2l. J Best. T: £3.80; £1.70, £2.40, £1.40. Ex: £29.40. Tric £150.40. Trif: £199.40. CF: £32.59. 7.40: 1 ENVOY R Tate (25-1); 2 Quothquan (9-1); 3 Hawridge Flyer (9-2). 13 ran (Petitioner 3-1 fav). hd; 31/4l. J Eustace. T: £29.70; £8, £2.90, £1.80. Ex: £276.90. Tric: £1220. Trif: £1295.70. CF: £233.58. NR: G Golf. 8.10: 1 CAIYA C Bishop (7-2); 2 Ghalia Al Thumama (10-1); 31 Gift Of Raaj (2-1 fav). 13 ran. nk; 2 /2l. E JHoughton. T: £4.80; £1.10, £1.70, £2.60. Ex: £39.60. Trif: £190. CF: £37.87. P/POT: £42. Q/POT: £12.70 1GM Tuesday, May 1, 2018 ............... . . . AND FOLLOW US ON TWITTER @SUNRACING GOING: GOOD TO SOFT (GOOD IN PLACES) NOTTINGHAM BRIGHTON 2.20 INJURED JOCKEYS FUND NOVICE AUCTION STAKES (Class 5); 2-y-o; winner £3,752; 5f. (5 runners) 1 (1) JAMES WATT M Bell 9-2 ............................................................... H Turner 2 (5) KAPONO Miss Amy Murphy 9-2................................................ L De Souza 3 (4) NAYSLAYER S Kirk 9-2 ................................................................... L Morris 4 (2) WEDDING DATE R Hannon 8-11 ............................................ T Marquand 5 (3) SPIRIT OF SOCIETY Miss Amy Murphy 8-6 .................................. H Doyle BETTING: 11-10 Wedding Date, 11-4 James Watt, 5 Nayslayer, 7 Spirit Of Society WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED: 1 2017: Starlight Mystery 8-8 J Fanning 10-11 Fav (M Johnston) drawn 1, 5 ran. 2.50 RACING WELFARE HANDICAP (5); 3-y-o; value to the winner £3,752; 1m 4f. (7 runners) 1 (1) 965- DIOCLETIAN 188 A Balding 9-10 ..................................... J Watson (5) 86 2 (4) 06-3 ROCKY SHORES 46 M Channon 9-7 ................................ C Shepherd 85 3 (3) 54336- MAIL ORDER 184 M Johnston 9-5....................................... F Norton l99 4 (7) 4323-4 SASSIE 18 S Kirk 9-4 ................................................................. L Morris 91 5 (2) 654-013 FONT VERT 34 (V) R Beckett 9-3.......................................... L Steward 98 6 (5) 77-0 STRONGARM CHASER 10 R Hannon 8-13 ..................... T Marquand 86 7 (6) 88071- GALLOPING HOGAN 196 S Kirk 8-11 ............................ M Godwin (3) 97 BETTING: 11-4 Galloping Hogan, 4 Diocletian, 9-2 Mail Order, 5 Font Vert, 7 Sassie WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED and 2017: No corresponding race. FORM 3 (btn 3 /4l) to Casima (9-4) (Kempton DIOCLETIAN (9-5) 5-1 led until 6f out, 11/2m hcap (5) £3,752 AW). 5th of 11 (btn 43/4l) to Brundtland (95) STRONGARM CHASER (9-5) FONT VERT (9-1) 4-1 led until 8f out, every chance, held, 3rd of 6 (btn 10-1 7th (btn 17l) (Newmarket 11/4m 33/4l) to One Second (9-5) (W’hampmdn (3) £6,469 good to firm). ton 11/2m hcap (5) £3,752 AW). ROCKY SHORES (9-2) 50-1 ran on, 3rd of 4 (btn 41/4l) to Night Story (9- STRONGARM CHASER (9-5) 66-1 1 always towards rear, 17th of 20 (well 2) (Lingfield 1 /2m (5) £3,752 AW). btn) to Young Rascal (9-5) (Newbury MAIL ORDER (8-11) 10-1 ridden 3f 1m 3f mdn (3) £9,704 good to soft). out, outpaced 2f out, faded, 6th of 9 (btn 17l) to Dark Liberty (8-11) GALLOPING HOGAN (9-3) 5-1 led 1f out, bt Daffrah (8-9) 2l (9 ran) (Leic(Hannover 7f Listed £11,966 soft). ester 1m hcap (6) £3,234 soft). SASSIE (9-4) 12-1 kept on, 4th of 7 3.25 ROA/RACING POST OWNERS JACKPOT HANDICAP (4); value to the winner £5,531; 5f. (5 runners) 1 (5) 52-9230 ROSE BERRY 32 (H;D) C Dwyer 4-9-7 ......................... L Edmunds (3) 97 2 (3) 5296-05 SUPER JULIUS 14 (CD) Eve J-Houghton 4-9-5 ..................... C Bishop 95 3 (2) 2228878 NAUTICAL HAVEN 8 Suzi Best 4-9-5 ................................... D Costello 85 4 (4) 4325-10 LIBERATUM 12 (D) Mrs R Carr 4-9-1....................................... L Morris 98 5 (1) 96628-2 MR POCKET 108 R Cowell 4-8-9.......................................... F Norton l99 BETTING: 2 Mr Pocket, 3 Super Julius, Rose Berry, 6 Liberatum, 10 Nautical Haven WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED: 6 2 2-3 6 2017: Cosmopolitan Girl 4-9-7 J Fanning 4-1 (R Cowell) drawn 4, 6 ran. 3.55 EBF STALLIONS BREEDING WINNERS FILLIES’ HCAP (3); value to the winner £9,767; 1m 2f. (7 runners) 1 (7) 132754- CANBERRA CLIFFS 121 (D) G L Moore 4-9-7 ............. J Watson (5) l99 2 (2) 1/10- PRECIOUS RAMOTSWE 165 (D) J Gosden 4-9-6.................. R Havlin 98 3 (5) 124247- WHITE CHOCOLATE 206 (D) D M Simcock 4-9-3 ............... H Bentley 97 4 (3) 3104-48 DECCAN QUEEN 71 (D) J Osborne 4-8-13.......................... D Costello 85 5 (4) 137548- FLYING NORTH 223 (D) R Hannon 4-8-11 ....................... T Marquand 91 6 (6) 1-42424 CHAMPAGNE PINK 26 (BF) K Burke 4-8-9............................. L Morris 91 7 (1) 3217- CARAVELA 213 (BF) M Channon 4-8-7 ............................ C Shepherd 94 BETTING: 2 Precious Ramotswe, 5 Caravela, 6 Canberra Cliffs, Deccan Queen WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED: 2-3 6-8 1 3 2017: Singyoursong 4-9-2 G Buckell 4-1 (D M Simcock) drawn 6, 6 ran. FORM (btn 10l) to Morning Dance (8-10) CANBERRA CLIFFS (8-10) 16-1 ridden (Santa Anita 1m mdn £256 good). 1f out, stayed on, 4th of 6 (btn 3l) to Celestial Spheres (8-10) (Lingfield FLYING NORTH (9-3) 25-1 8th of 11 (btn 83/4l) to Uae Queen (8-13) (San11/2m hcap (3) £10,082 AW). down 1m hcap (4) £5,822 good). PRECIOUS RAMOTSWE (8-12) 7-1 well held, 11th of 12 (well btn) to CHAMPAGNE PINK (9-7) 5-2 jt fav led until headed 1f out, 4th of 6 (btn 3l) Bebe D’Amour (8-12) (Saint-Cloud to Mouille Point (9-10) (W’hampton 11/2m Listed (1) £22,222 soft). 1m 1f hcap (5) £3,752 AW). WHITE CHOCOLATE (8-11) 4-1 handy, ridden 2f out, 7th of 10 (btn 63/4l) to CARAVELA (9-2) 3-1 fav mid-division, never on terms, 7th of 10 (btn 8l) to Cribbs Causeway (9-0) (Newmarket Marsh Pride (9-12) (Chester 11/4m 11/2m hcap (2) £31,125 good). hcap (4) £6,225 heavy). DECCAN QUEEN (8-10) 33-1 last of 8 ABC RUNNERS’ CHECK Abushamah 7.55Nc Adam Tiler 2.10Y Afandem 3.45Y Ahfad 5.15Y Aldbury Lass 5.15Y Almanack 8.45K Amazing Michele 4.05No Amazing Red 7.45K Amood 5.20Nc Angel Force 5.05No Ann Without An E 4.05No Antonian 2.40Y Apache Blaze 4.05No Archibelle 6.55Nc Archimento 5.25B Archipeligo 7.55Nc Arctic Flower 6.45K Arigato 8.15K Arod 7.15K Artair 2.10Y Arty Campbell 7.45K Ashazuri 5.25B Austin Friars 5.25B Bal De Rio 6.55Nc Balgair 4.55B Balletomane 8.15K Banjo’s Voice 4.45Y Betty Grable 7.55Nc Black Caesar 4.55B Blame Culture 2.40Y Bloodsweatandtears 4.25B Bounty Pursuit 4.55B Brelades Bay 5.45K Brexitmeansbrexit 8.15K Briyouni 4.55B Bustam 6.25Nc Cacophonous 2.30No Caged Lightning 6.55Nc Calling Rio 4.05No Calm Charm 3.15Y Calvin’s Gal 4.45Y Canberra Cliffs 3.55B Candesta 5.50Y Caravela 3.55B Champagne Pink 3.55B Champagne Rules 7.55Nc Channel Packet 5.50Y Chantresse 3.00No Chaplin Bay 5.20Nc Charles Fox 5.55Nc Chebsey Beau 6.55Nc Chessman 7.15K Chetan 8.45K Chitra 2.00No Chocolate Box 7.45K Choral Music 5.15Y Chynna 6.15K Citron Major 5.55Nc Cohen 2.30No Connemera Queen 8.45K Corelli 2.40Y Cosmopolitan Q 3.00No Couldn’t Could She 8.15K Cray 6.55Nc Cross Swords 8.45K Cwynar 8.15K Dahik 5.05No Dalshand 7.25Nc Dark Freedom 8.45K Dear Bruin 6.45K Deccan Queen 3.55B Delagate The Lady 6.15K Delahay 6.45K Delft Dancer 2.00No Delicate Kiss 8.45K Desert Trip 8.45K Digital Revolution 8.25Nc Diocletian 2.50B Dolly Dupree 5.45K Dolly Mixture 8.15K Dor’s Law 5.50Y Dotted Swiss 5.05No Double Reflection 4.05No Dream Malfunction 4.05No Duke Of North 4.55B Dukes Meadow 8.45K Eastern Racer 5.20Nc El Borracho 8.15K Eledeed 2.30No Elixsoft 3.00No Emily Goldfinch 4.15Y Etikaal 5.20Nc Exclusive Waters 7.55Nc Eye Of The Water 5.45K False Id 4.25B Fast Landing 5.20Nc Fast Track 5.20Nc Feathery 3.35No Felisa 3.00No Fintry Flyer 8.25Nc First Breath 6.25Nc Flo’s Melody 5.05No Florencio 5.20Nc Fly True 8.25Nc Flying North 3.55B Font Vert 2.50B Fortune And Glory 6.45K Freddy With A Y 6.45K Free Love 6.15K Free Talkin 6.45K Fuel Injection 8.25Nc Gainsay 4.45Y Galloping Hogan 2.50B Gangland 5.55Nc Gavlar 7.45K Giovanni 2.30No Good Luck Charm 4.55B Gowanbuster 5.55Nc Graceland 7.45K Grasmere 5.15Y Griffin Street 8.25Nc Groundworker 8.25Nc Haabis 6.45K Haines 7.45K Hard Forest 2.10Y Hard Toffee 3.15Y Harrogate 6.25Nc Havana Star 5.55Nc He’s One Of R Own 6.25Nc Hediddodinthe 6.55Nc Hidden Dream 5.15Y Hisar 8.25Nc How’s Lucy 4.15Y TEMPLEGATE 2.20........................Wedding Date 2.50 .................DIOCLETIAN (nap) 3.25 ..............................Mr Pocket 3.55 ............Precious Ramotswe 4.25................................Sir Jamie 4.55......................................Zlatan 5.25 ................................Zephyros TOM PEPPER 2.20 ...........................James Watt 2.50 .....................................Sassie 3.25......................Nautical Haven 3.55 ..................Champagne Pink 4.25 ...........Bloodsweatandtears 4.55...........................Tai Sing Yeh 5.25...................Mulsanne Chase nTIC-TAC: L-H undulating, horseshoe-shaped course of 1m 4f, with a testing 3f 110yds run-in. nDRAW: Low best in sprints. nTOP TRAINERS (2013-2018): G L Moore 34-202, R Hannon 27-118, A Carroll 26-156, M Channon 21-135. nTOP JOCKEYS (2013-2018): L Morris 30-178, D Probert 24-120, C Bishop 15-85. nLONGEST TRAVELLER: Champagne Pink (3.55) trained at Leyburn. Round trip of 598 miles. nTRAINERFAX: G L Moore won 4.55 in 2015 & 2016. nFIRST RUN SINCE WIND OP: None. nLIVE ON ATR 4.25 LONDON2BRIGHTONCHALLENGE.COM 26 MAY HANDICAP (6); winner £3,105; 1m. (14 runners) 1 (4) /00-050 ROBERT THE PAINTER 7 (B;D) D Steele 10-9-7 ........................ K Fox 87 2 (1) 4-37217 TARSEEKH 27 (V;D) C Gordon 5-9-6 ..................................... C Bishop 90 3 (10) 30595-3 WITH APPROVAL 20 (P;CD) L Mongan 6-9-6 ........................ L Morris 93 4 (6) 36-4723 BLOODSWEATANDTEARS 27 (CD) W Knight 10-9-6.... J Watson (5) 87 5 (7) 0910-70 KAABER 22 M Blake 7-9-5 ............................................... M Godwin (3) 92 6 (12) 080-577 RIGHTWAY 40 (D) A Carroll 7-9-5 .............................. P Bridgwater (7) 91 7 (13) -876425 RATTLE ON 20 (P;BF,D) J Boyle 5-9-4............................ P Bradley (5) 98 8 (3) 0-17981 SIR JAMIE 20 (B;D) A Carroll 5-9-3 ....................................... D Probert 89 9 (11) 650-054 FALSE ID 20 (T;C) J Farrelly 5-8-12 ................................. D Keenan (7) 97 10 (14) 33773-4 MASTER OF HEAVEN 20 (P;C) J Boyle 5-8-12........... C Bennett (3) l99 11 (8) 5036P55 ST JAMES’S PARK 20 R J Smith 5-8-12 ............................... H Crouch 89 12 (5) 90/390- LADY GWHINNYVERE 225 J Spearing 4-8-12................... C Noble (5) 92 13 (2) 679-698 KWIKSTEP 83 (B) A Brown 4-8-12 ........................................... R Havlin 85 14 (9) 0000/0- SPICE BOAT J5 P Butler 6-8-12........................................... C Shepherd — BETTING: 9-2 Bloodsweatandtears, 5 With Approval, 6 Rattle On, 7 Sir Jamie, 8 Master Of Heaven, Tarseekh, False Id, 14 Robert The Painter, St James’s Park WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED: 5 4 2017: Buzz Lightyere 4-9-4 L Keniry 8-1 (P Hide) drawn 10, 13 ran. 4.55 LOVE FAIRS ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES 6 MAY HANDICAP (5); winner £3,752; 7f. (8 runners) 1 (7) 260-075 BLACK CAESAR 7 (CD) P Hide 7-9-9............................... J Watson (5) 98 2 (8) 424-644 ZLATAN 15 (P) E De Giles 5-9-9......................................... C Shepherd 93 3 (4) 15188-8 GOOD LUCK CHARM 15 (PH;CD) G L Moore 9-9-7 ........... H Crouch 92 4 (1) 207-500 BRIYOUNI 41 (D) R Beckett 5-9-5 ............................. E Wilkinson (7) l99 5 (3) 62105-2 BOUNTY PURSUIT 20 (D) M Blake 6-9-4 ....................... M Godwin (3) 93 6 (5) 88390-7 TAI SING YEH 10 (T;D) C Hills 4-9-3 ....................................... M Dwyer 97 7 (2) 577232- BALGAIR 181 (BF,D) Tom Clover 4-9-3................................... R Havlin 85 8 (6) 044608- DUKE OF NORTH 190 (C,D) J Boyle 6-8-8 ....................... I Francis (7) 97 BETTING: 9-4 Balgair, 3 Bounty Pursuit, 9-2 Zlatan, 7 Tai Sing Yeh, 10 Black Caesar WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED: 3 1 1-3-6 2 2017: Lastmanlastround 4-10-0 D Probert 7-4 (R Guest) drawn 1, 5 ran. 5.25 DONATELLO RESTAURANT BRIGHTON APPRENTICE HANDICAP (6); winner £3,105; 1m 2f. (11 runners) 1 (8) 63-2612 ZEPHYROS 17 (D) D Bridgwater 7-9-9 ...................... P Bridgwater (7) 93 2 (10)4185/04 OFFICER DRIVEL 17 (H) Suzi Best 7-9-8 ........................... H Burns (5) 85 3 (6) 767311- SUSSEX GIRL 189 (CD) J Berry 4-9-7 ......................... Rossa Ryan (3) 96 4 (5) 44728-3 ARCHIMENTO 13 (PH) P Hide 5-9-7............................. J Watson (5) l99 5 (3) 35374-7 ASHAZURI 20 (H) J Portman 4-9-5 ...................................... J Bryan (3) 95 6 (1) 3226346 ICONIC BELLE 8 M Channon 4-9-5.............................. L Helmecka (7) 98 7 (2) 40322-8 JUNOESQUE 25 (P) J Gallagher 4-9-0....................................... P Pilley 95 8 (9) 1248/00 AUSTIN FRIARS 13 (TH;D) Suzi Best 6-9-0 ...................... G Mahon (3) — 9 (11) 92675-9 IT’S HOW WE ROLL 22 (B) J Spearing 4-8-11................... C Noble (3) 97 10 (7) 7-36114 STRINGYBARK CREEK 33 (BF) J Farrelly 4-8-10 .......... D Keenan (5) 93 11 (4) 769055- MULSANNE CHASE 194 H Morrison 4-8-10 ........................ C Bennett 94 BETTING: 4 Zephyros, 9-2 Sussex Girl, 5 Archimento, 6 Stringybark Creek, 8 Officer Drivel, 10 Iconic Belle, Ashazuri, 12 It’s How We Roll WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED: 3 1 1 5 2017: Miss Inga Sock 5-8-8 Georgia Cox 6-1 (Eve J-Houghton) drawn 2, 9 ran. EACH-WAY THIEF HAVE an e-w double on this well-weighted duo. COSMOPOLITAN QUEEN (3.00 Nottingham) will love the ground. ZLATAN (4.55 Brighton) has a nice draw at a track he likes. KEY: B-Brighton, K-Kempton, Nc-Newcastle, No-Nottingham, Y-Yarmouth Hyanna 4.05No Iconic Belle 5.25B Iconic Code 4.05No Imperial State 5.20Nc Improvising 6.15K Insomniac 3.15Y It’s How We Roll 5.25B Italian Riviera 6.55Nc Its The Only Way 5.45K Jacob Cats 7.45K Jallota 7.15K Jamacho 7.25Nc James Watt 2.20B Jazzy Girl 4.45Y Jetstream 2.40Y Junoesque 5.25B Kaaber 4.25B Kapono 2.20B King Calypso 7.45K King Oswald 5.50Y Kittileo 2.40Y Kiwi Bay 7.55Nc Knockout Blow 5.55Nc Kodinar 6.15K Kwikstep 4.25B Kyat Khan 5.45K Kyllachys Tale 3.35No La Isla Bonita 4.15Y Lady Alavesa 3.00No Lady Gwhinnyvere 4.25B Lady Of Petra 8.15K Last Enchantment 3.00No Laura Kenny 6.15K Leodis 7.55Nc Liberatum 3.25B Light From Mars 6.45K Little Aub 8.45K Little Boy Blue 5.05No Living Leader 8.45K London 3.45Y Lulu Star 4.45Y M C Muldoon 2.30No Magillen 7.15K Maid Up 4.05No Mail Order 2.50B Majestic Moon 3.45Y Malt Teaser 8.45K Mama Africa 3.35No Mambo Dancer 7.45K Mandarin Princess 4.45Y Mardy Gras 6.25Nc Masquerade Bling 6.45K Master Of Heaven 4.25B Miss Mollie 5.15Y Misu Pete 5.50Y Mon Beau Visage 5.20Nc Monsieur Mel 8.25Nc Moonlit Sands 5.55Nc Moretti 6.25Nc Mountain Rescue 3.45Y Mr Pocket 3.25B Mulsanne Chase 5.25B Multellie 4.35No Mushtaq 2.30No My Excelsa 6.15K Nananita 6.15K Nautical Haven 3.25B Nayslayer 2.20B Noreena 6.45K Novabridge 8.25Nc Oceanus 3.15Y Officer Drivel 5.25B Olive Mabel 5.15Y Olympic Odyssey 2.30No On The Stage 6.15K Orobas 7.55Nc Pantomime 6.55Nc Pattie 3.35No Patty Patch 4.45Y Peggie Sue 6.45K Pickett’s Charge 7.55Nc Poet’s Vanity 7.15K Point In Time 4.05No Portledge 5.20Nc Possibly So 2.30No Precious Ramotswe 3.55B Pretty Pearl 4.45Y Princess Way 6.45K Prying Pandora 3.35No Rajy 5.45K Ramblow 4.15Y Rattle On 4.25B Raven Banner 3.15Y Ravenhoe 3.15Y Red Handed 2.00No Red Tea 3.35No Regicide 7.45K Renny’s Lady 4.05No Revich 2.10Y Rightway 4.25B Ripp Orf 3.45Y Robert The Painter 4.25B Rockies Spirit 5.05No Rockwood 7.55Nc Rocky Shores 2.50B Roman Flight 4.35No Ronni Layne 4.15Y Rose Berry 3.25B Rosedale Topping 4.45Y Saisons D’or 6.25Nc Salt Whistle Bay 3.45Y Samovar 5.05No Sandkissed 5.15Y Sassie 2.50B Screaming Gemini 5.50Y Seduce Me 3.35No Settle Petal 8.45K Seyasah 4.15Y Shanghai Silver 7.25Nc Sir Jamie 4.25B Skeetah 2.00No Slow To Hand 5.50Y Slunovrat 4.35No Snaffled 5.55Nc Sonnet Rose 4.15Y Spell 2.00No Spice Boat 4.25B Spirit Of Society 2.20B Splash Of Verve 7.55Nc Spring Praise 5.15Y St James’s Park 4.25B Star Cracker 8.25Nc Steaming 7.45K Stringybark Creek 5.25B Strongarm Chaser 2.50B Sublimation 5.50Y Summer Thunder 6.45K Super Julius 3.25B Supersymmetry 3.00No Sussex Girl 5.25B Suzi’s Connoisseur 3.45Y Swan Street 5.45K Sweet Symphony 8.15K Tai Sing Yeh 4.55B Tallulah’s Quest 4.15Y Tarseekh 4.25B Tee It Up Tommo 8.45K Tember 5.55Nc Testa Rossa 7.25Nc The Golden Cue 5.05No The Lacemaker 4.15Y Thegreyvtrain 6.15K Thistimenextyear 4.35No Tig Tog 3.00No Tom’s Rock 7.25Nc Traveltalk 7.55Nc Tyrsal 3.15Y Um Shama 5.45K Unique Company 6.25Nc Usain Boat 2.10Y Verstappen 8.15K Viola Park 6.45K Vodka Pigeon 8.45K Walk On Walter 6.25Nc Wedding Date 2.20B Weellan 6.25Nc West Coast Flyer 7.25Nc White Chocolate 3.55B Who Told Jo Jo 8.25Nc Windy Guest 2.10Y With Approval 4.25B Wolf Hunter 5.45K Wolstonbury 5.45K Zabaletaswansong 8.15K Zakatal 7.45K Zenafire 4.35No Zephyros 5.25B Zlatan 4.55B 2.00 1 2 3 4 5 GOING: SOFT TEMPLEGATE FILLIES NOVICE STAKES (Class 5); 2-y-o; £4,528; 5f. (5 runners) 2.00 ........................................................Delft Dancer 2.30.................................................................Eledeed 3.00 .........................................Cosmopolitan Queen 3.35...........................................................Seduce Me 4.05 ................................................................Maid Up 4.35...............................................Thistimenextyear 5.05 ........................................................Flo’s Melody 4 CHITRA 19 D Kubler 9-0 ........................... G Downing 3 DELFT DANCER 10 M Johnston 9-0 ......... J Crowley RED HANDED M Channon 9-0 ..................... J F Egan SKEETAH J J Quinn 9-0 ..................................... J Hart SPELL R Hannon 9-0....................................... S Levey (1) (2) (4) (3) (5) Chitra l 99, Delft Dancer 95. 2 Delft Dancer, 11-4 Spell, 7-2 Red Handed, 5 Chitra 2.30 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 NOVICE STAKES (5); 3-y-o; winner £4,528; 1m. (8 runners) TOM PEPPER 2.00 ......................................................................Spell 2.30 ...............................................................Giovanni 3.00..........................................................Chantresse 3.35 ....................................................Kyllachys Tale 4.05..........................................................Iconic Code 4.35...............................................................Multellie 5.05.....................................................Little Boy Blue 41- MUSHTAQ 145 R Hannon 9-9 ....................... S Levey CACOPHONOUS D Menuisier 9-2 ............. J Crowley 0 COHEN 7 (T) W Haggas 9-2......................... G Cox (3) ELEDEED Sir M Stoute 9-2 ..................... R Kingscote 7 GIOVANNI 14 P Chapple-Hyam 9-2 ........... J Mitchell M C MULDOON P Chapple-Hyam 9-2 ............ D Allan 0 OLYMPIC ODYSSEY 10 (HH) G Scott 9-2.... E Greatrex 78 POSSIBLY SO 28 D Elsworth 9-2 ............ A Jones (3) (6) (3) (4) (7) (5) (8) (2) (1) Giovanni l 99, Mushtaq 90, Possibly So 75. 11-8 Mushtaq, 10-3 Eledeed, 5 Giovanni, 8 Cacophonous 3.00 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 (6) (2) (7) (1) (5) (3) (8) (4) FILLIES HANDICAP (5); 3-y-o; winner £4,528; 1m. (8 runners) 33-3 TIG TOG 27 R Hannon 9-8.............................. S Levey 1727 FELISA 66 (D) P Evans 9-7............................ J F Egan 240- COSMOPOLITAN QUEEN 213 D Elsworth 9-7.... J Crowley 29-2 LAST ENCHANTMENT 27 (BF) E J-Houghton 9-4. E Greatrex 485- CHANTRESSE 192 K Burke 9-0 .................. C Lee (3) 48-2 LADY ALAVESA 15 G Kelleway 8-13.............. D Allan 1322 ELIXSOFT 12 R Fell 8-12 ................................... G Lee 0-48 SUPERSYMMETRY 27 D Loughnane 8-10............ K O’Neill Cosmopolitan Queen l 99, Lady Alavesa 98. 11-4 Tig Tog, 3 Last Enchantment, 5 Chantresse 3.35 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 (2) (5) (1) (3) (6) (7) (4) FILLIES HANDICAP (3); winner £16,172; 1m. (7 runners) 39-2 RED TEA 14 (D) P Hiatt 5-9-8................... F Marsh (5) 46-8 SEDUCE ME 38 (P;D) K Burke 4-9-7 ......... J Crowley 6420 PATTIE 32 (D) M Channon 4-9-2 .................. J F Egan 1-42 MAMA AFRICA 27 (D) T D Barron 4-8-11 J Elliott (5) 08-6 KYLLACHYS TALE 27 (D) R Teal 4-8-10... J Mitchell -330 FEATHERY 37 (T;BF) C Fellowes 4-8-9 R Kingscote 09-7 PRYING PANDORA 10 (PH;D) R Fahey 5-8-5 P Mathers Kyllachys Tale l 99, Red Tea 98, Mama Africa 97. 15-8 Red Tea, 4 Mama Africa, 5 Seduce Me, 7 Pattie, 8 Prying Pandora, Kyllachys Tale, 10 Feathery FORM RED TEA (8-11) 25-1 ridden and every chance 1f out, led final furlong, headed post, btn sh hd by Examiner (9-2) (19 ran) (Newmarket 1m hcap (2) £16,172 good to soft). SEDUCE ME (9-2) 33-1 ridden 1f out, weakened inside final furlong, 8th of 20 (btn 12l) to High Acclaim (8-10) (Doncaster 1m hcap (2) £28,012 soft). PATTIE (9-0) 22-1 rear, never on terms, 11th of 13 (btn 61/4l) to Diagnostic (9-0) (Lingfield 7f (2) £93,375 AW). MAMA AFRICA (8-12) 8-1 ridden 2f out, ran on, btn 1l by Pearl Spectre (9-0) KYLLACHYS TALE (9-7) 11-2 ridden and headway 2f out, hung right 1f out, weakened, 6th (btn 10l) (9 ran) (Southwell 1m hcap (4) £5,693 AW). FEATHERY (9-0) 7-1 jt fav soon held, 12th of 17 (btn 15l) to Right Action (9-4) (Doncaster 7f hcap (4) £5,531 soft). PRYING PANDORA (8-12) 6-1 7th of 17 (btn 4 3 / 4l) to Lamloom (9-5) (Nottingham 1m hcap (4) £6,469 soft). 4.05 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 (2) (4) (6) (10) (9) (7) (3) (8) FILLIES HANDICAP (5); 3-y-o; winner £4,528; 1m 2f. (11 runners) 187- AMAZING MICHELE 186 R Fahey 9-7 C Murtagh (5) -451 RENNY’S LADY 64 P Evans 9-4................... K O’Neill 9-26 DREAM MALFUNCTION 34 (PH) J Tuite 9-4..... E Greatrex 461- ICONIC CODE 190 K Dalgleish 9-3................... G Lee 46-4 ANN WITHOUT AN E 20 (HH) M Channon 9-3 J F Egan 40-0 CALLING RIO 17 (PH) David Loughnane 9-1 J Crowley 6-72 DOUBLE REFLECTION 8 K Burke 9-0........ C Lee (3) 6-61 APACHE BLAZE 10 (CD) R Brisland 9-0 ...... S Levey 47 nTIC-TAC: L-H flat, oval track of 1m 4f, with a 4f 110yds run-in. 5f-6f races run on the straight course. nDRAW: Stalls in centre, no advantage. nLEADING TRAINERS (2013-2018): R Fahey 34-193, R Hannon 24-141, M Channon 17-132, M Johnston 16139. THIS SEASON: R Hannon 2. nTOP JOCKEYS (20132018): J Crowley 23-85, G Lee 18-166, S Levey 15-73, J Hart 1049. THIS SEASON: S Levey 3. nLONGEST TRAVELLER: Iconic Code (4.05) trained at Carluke. Round trip of 536 miles. nFIRST RUN SINCE WIND OP: None. nLIVE ON RUK 9 (11) 80-3 MAID UP 12 A Balding 8-13 ........................ R Hornby 10(5) 75-4 HYANNA 12 T Easterby 8-11........................... D Allan 11(1) 865- POINT IN TIME 153 M Usher 8-11................... R Tate Double Reflection l 99, Ann Without An E 98. 7-2 Double Reflection, 4 Renny’s Lady, 6 Apache Blaze, 7 Iconic Code, 8 Maid Up, 10 Ann Without An E 4.35 1 2 3 4 5 (2) (5) (3) (1) (4) HANDICAP (4); winner £7,763; 1m 6f. (5 runners) 260- SLUNOVRAT 199 (CD) D Menuisier 7-9-7 J Crowley 556/ ROMAN FLIGHT J507 D Dennis 10-8-13 ......... G Lee 140- THISTIMENEXTYEAR J9 (H) R Spencer 4-8-13 S Levey 8-65 MULTELLIE 68 T Easterby 6-8-9..................... D Allan 458- ZENAFIRE J187 (P;D) S Hollinshead 9-8-5 ... P Mathers Thistimenextyear l 99, Slunovrat 98, Zenafire 97. 11-10 Roman Flight, 7-4 Slunovrat, 8 Thistimenextyear 5.05 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 (2) (4) (5) (1) (8) (7) (6) HANDICAP (4); 3-y-o; winner £6,469; 5f. (8 runners) -457 ROCKIES SPIRIT 12 D P Quinn 9-9............. J F Egan 2-13 DOTTED SWISS 18 (BF,D) R Hannon 9-8 .... S Levey 3-37 LITTLE BOY BLUE 10 (D) W Turner 9-7. F Marsh (5) 50-8 ANGEL FORCE 10 (H;D) D C Griffiths 9-7 ..... D Allan 3111 SAMOVAR 10 (B;CD) S Dixon 9-4 ............... K O’Neill 7-27 THE GOLDEN CUE 6 (BF,D) S Hollinshead 8-10 T Eley (7) 182- FLO’S MELODY 223 B Leavy 8-3.............. P Mathers The Golden Cue l 99, Samovar 98, Angel Force 97. 3 Samovar, 10-3 Dotted Swiss, 5 Little Boy Blue SKY WANT ASCOT COUP SKY SPORTS RACING, the new name for ATR, is expected to make Ascot an offer they can’t refuse to tempt them away from Racing UK. Chester and Bangor yesterday signed up to the new Sky channel in deals which are a significant boost after ATR lost the rights to racing in Ireland at the end of the year. Sky Sports Racing will be available at no extra cost to all Sky TV subscribers. GREYHOUND ROUND-UP SELECTIONS nNOTTINGHAM: 11.03 Frosties Emma (nap) (6-1-2) 11.19 Haggswood Millie (5-2-1) 11.34 Salacres Everest (6-2-3) 11.48 Salacres Lippy (6-5-4) 12.04 Salacres Alaska (3-4-6) 12.18 Salacres Castell (6-2-3) 12.32 Salacres Alps (6-1-3) 12.47 Faydas Pearl (6-2-1) 1.04 Droopys Road (6-1-5) 1.19 Blow Your Pocket (nb) (6-1-4) 1.33 Bluereef Abbie (2-1-3) 1.51 Salacres Glen (5-2-3) nKINSLEY: 11.11 Griffin Passion (1-3-4) 11.28 Saratoga Ninja (4-6-1) 11.42 Lost Love (2-4-5) 11.57 Avenue Drum (nap) (6-3-1) 12.12 Slatta Blue (5-4-6) 12.27 Achieved (1-26) 12.42 Manilla Flame (6-5-1) 12.58 Lundhill Rose (nb) (2-4-3) 1.12 Streetwise Lily (1-6-3) 1.27 Ross County (6-4-3) 1.44 Evoden Rusco (2-6-4) 1.58 Question Time (4-6-1) nHOVE: 2.12 Scarlet Seamist (6-3-1) 2.32 Wheres Emma (nap) (1-4-3) 2.52 Offyougo (51-3) 3.11 Farleyhill Mig (nb) (4-1-6) 3.29 Some Bullet (1-4-2) 3.49 Maireads Tiger (2-61) 4.09 Springwood Becky (1-6-4) 4.29 Beech Hill John (2-3-4) 4.48 Braemain For Fun (1-56) 5.08 South Downs Dex (5-1-4) 5.28 Ballysteen Star (3-1-2) 5.44 Get On Cindy (14-5) 6.02 Comeongetoff (2-4-5) 6.19 Be Seeing You (3-2-5) nSUNDERLAND: 2.08 Weesunday (4-2-5) 2.27 Rosegarland Levi (nb) (3-4-6) 2.47 Ballysax Enda (1-4-5) 3.07 Ballyknock Fizz (64-1) 3.28 Ballymac Furlong (6-1-2) 3.48 Aero Black (nap) (2-6-4) 4.08 Is She Diesel (3-1-4) 4.27 Holycross Hero (3-1-4) 4.47 Looks Like Egypt (1-4-3) 5.07 Ameilas Jem (6-5-1) 5.22 Hestors Hero (6-2-4) 5.38 Geelo Muir (3-1-2) 5.56 Group Flyer (1-6-5) 6.11 Macys Mucky Pup (2-3-6) nSHEFFIELD: 6.22 Russanda Gara (2-3-6) 6.38 Gurtnacrehy Theo (5-4-1) 6.56 Sherlock (4-1-6) 7.11 Awesome Alfie (nap) (1-5-3) 7.26 The Babadook (nb) (4-1-6) 7.42 Fearsome Ferigno (2-6-3) 7.58 These Old Shades (2-6-3) 8.13 Harton Willow (1-6-3) 8.28 Porterhouse (1-5-4) 8.43 Acomb Ruby (5-1-3) 8.58 Genuine Dream (3-4-2) 9.14 Some Pitch (2-56) 9.32 Serious Hangover (3-5-4) 9.50 Candlelight Max (3-1-6) 10.07 Titus Twins (63-4) nPOOLE: 6.48 Maggie The Ram (nap) (1-4-3) 7.06 Barricane Merlin (2-1-4) 7.22 Ballyoak Patch (nb) (5-6-2) 7.37 Mahon Olive (4-5-3) 7.52 Coris Moments (3-5-1) 8.07 Kanturk Money (3-6-2) 8.22 Nobodys Sidney (5-6-1) 8.37 Jayjays Zircon (3-4-5) 8.51 Madabout Gooch (5-4-2) 9.07 Artemis (4-2-1) 9.22 Unrivalled (1-6-4) 9.40 The Turnipfarmer (1-63) 9.55 Bear With (4-2-1) RESULTS nSWINDON: 11.11 Kitties Que 7-2 (3-5-4 BAGS F £14.97 TC £46.72). 11.28 Nothingbuthassle 6-1 (5-4-6 £39.50 TC £82.95). 11.42 Suirview Ber 9-4f (6-4-3 £13.68 TC £32.39). 11.57 Our Ambers Pet 72 (4-6-5 £20.16 TC £51.87). 12.12 Sup Brian 7-2 (6-5-3 £28.82 TC £108.04). 12.27 Fealesuir Fungi 6-1 (5-3-6 £59.63 TC £145.08). 12.42 Ferndale Timer 4-1 (6-5-1 £14.22 TC £55.11). 12.58 Mohican Biscuit 54f (6-2-5 £10.01 TC £19.94). 1.12 Mohican Vieri 7-2 (1-4-2 £29.27 TC £79.75). 1.27 Dower Donald 7-2 (3-4-2 £14.90 TC £51.74). 1.44 Harwood Champ 4-1 (5-6-2 £16.88 TC £53.37). 1.58 Swampman Shelby 4-1 (6-4-1 £28.31 TC £56.40). Placer (1-6) £1155.00, (712) £130.00. nPERRY BARR: 11.03 Droopys Fatima 5-1 (3-5-6 BAGS F £18.27 TC £42.68). 11.19 Champagne Magic 5-1 (5-1-3 £58.73 TC £169.89). 11.34 Highview Waltz 5-2f (5-4-3 £15.28 TC £54.94). 11.48 Show Me Again 4-1 (1-3-4 £20.48 TC £52.95). 12.04 Projection 64f (3-6-5 £8.85 TC). 12.18 Jays Steel 8-1 (2-65 £38.81 TC £99.14). 12.32 Crimson 5-1 (6-5- 3 £25.81 TC £86.49). 12.47 Sahara Star 7-4f (6-2-3 £14.10 TC £41.51). 1.04 Bodell Cowslip 9-2 (6-1-2 £49.84 TC £161.16). 1.19 Droopys Chazy 3-1 (2-4-6 £20.62 TC £43.11). 1.33 Marshbrook Madam 9-2 (3-6-5 £60.93 TC £123.75). 1.51 Brews Hill 5-2jt (1-3-5 £13.55 TC £30.45). Placer (1-6) £372.00, (712) £1104.00. nSHEFFIELD: 2.08 Cons Rocket 3-1 (5-2-4 BAGS F £30.79 TC £82.75). 2.27 Stepaside Curie 7-4f (3-5-6 £10.81 TC £29.04). 2.47 Fancy Shades 2-1f (3-5-2 £11.82 TC £31.59). 3.07 Stepaside Speedo 5-2 (4-3-5 £26.30 TC £81.29). 3.28 Powerful Trend Evensf (6-4-3 £9.33 TC £24.29). 3.48 Calendar Honey 8-1 (1-4-2 £63.03 TC £174.24). 4.08 Troydale Alex 6-1 (6-1-4 £28.04 TC £59.37). 4.27 Face The Music 5-2f (1-5-6 £20.17 TC £55.94). 4.47 Tiernans Jet 7-2 (1-2-6 £13.72 TC £39.99). 5.07 Corner Maybe 4-1 (1-3-4 £22.70 TC £69.11). 5.22 Shotgun Slade 3-1 (6-5-2 £13.61 TC £34.94). 5.38 Friskyforwhiskey 7-2 (6-5-3 £17.50 TC £41.22). 5.56 Geelo Tootsie 7-2 (4-6-5 £30.27 TC £124.80). 6.11 Corrin Josie 7-2 (2-6-1 £22.27 TC £66.28). nMONMORE: 2.06 Swift Jake 5-2f (6-3-5 BAGS F £11.81 TC £49.10). 2.22 Bartlemy Seamus 11-10f (6-4-2 £4.30 TC £14.52). 2.42 Our River Jet 4-1 (4-2-5 £18.38 TC £68.43). 3.02 Glideaway Wonder 5-2f (3-5-6 £11.40 TC £29.93). 3.19 Ardera Dazler 7-2 (6-3-2 £21.29 TC £59.44). 3.39 Swift Dodger 3-1jt (6-2-5 £13.76 TC £40.69). 3.59 Havana Twiggy 5-1 (5-1-4 £23.10 TC £75.39). 4.19 Foxearth Chana 4-1 (3-4-5 £14.34 TC £46.05). 4.39 Whittle Blaze 5-2f (2-1-4 £12.76 TC £32.70). 4.58 Standby Athena 7-4f (6-2-1 £8.19 TC £0.00). 5.18 Supreme Berlin 5-2f (6-1-3 £12.00 TC £40.77). 5.37 Supreme Claret 7-2 (3-5-6 £15.28 TC £42.68). 5.54 Marvellous Gift 7-4 (3-6-4 £4.78 TC £13.85). 6.09 Final Kay 6-1 (3-1-4 £43.71 TC £142.59). 48 ............... Tuesday, May 1, 2018 1GM KEMPTON TEMPLEGATE 5.45........................................................................Rajy 6.15 ..............................................Delagate The Lady 6.45................................................Summer Thunder 7.15........................................................Poet’s Vanity 7.45.............................................................Graceland 8.15 ........................................................Balletomane 8.45...........................................................Desert Trip TOM PEPPER 5.45 .................................................Its The Only Way 6.15 .................................................................Kodinar 6.45 ...................................................Freddy With A Y 7.15.......................................................................Arod 7.45........................................................King Calypso 8.15.......................................................Dolly Mixture 8.45..........................................................Malt Teaser nTIC-TAC: R-H AW Polytrack with a 3f run-in. nDRAW: No advantage. nTOP TRAINERS (2013-2018): R Hannon 62-538, J Fanshawe 60-315, R Beckett 51-314, A Balding 48-392. THIS SEASON: S Dow 8, A Watson 7, M Bell 5. nTOP JOCKEYS (2013-2018): A Kirby 112-783, L Morris 101-1052, J Doyle 79-354, O Murphy 61-454. THIS SEASON: O Murphy 12, T Marquand 8, F Berry 8. nLONGEST TRAVELLER: Mambo Dancer (7.45) trained at Middleham. Round trip of 490 miles. nFIRST RUN SINCE WIND OP: None. nJACKPOT: 1-6. nLIVE ON RUK 5.45 1 (3) 2 (10) 3 (4) 4 (7) 5 (6) 6 (5) 7 (2) 8 (8) 9 (9) 10(1) NOVICE AUCTION STAKES (Class 5); 2-y-o; £3,881; 5f. (10 runners) 1 ITS THE ONLY WAY 7 (D) R Hannon 9-7 ... T Marquand SWAN STREET A Balding 9-2 .................... O Murphy KYAT KHAN H Dunlop 9-1 ............................. H Doyle EYE OF THE WATER R Harris 8-13 ................. J Fahy 7 WOLF HUNTER 32 R Hughes 8-13.............. P Dobbs 9 WOLSTONBURY 11 S Kirk 8-13 ................... L Keniry BRELADES BAY M Bell 8-11 ................. K Shoemark DOLLY DUPREE P D’Arcy 8-10.................. W Carson RAJY T Clover 8-10....................................... J Gordon UM SHAMA R Hughes 8-8........................... S W Kelly Its The Only Way l 99, Wolf Hunter 72 2 Its The Only Way, 4 Swan Street, 5 Brelades Bay, 8 Rajy 6.15 1 (10) 2 (9) 3 (8) 4 (7) 5 (3) 6 (2) 7 (4) 8 (6) 9 (1) 10(5) FILLIES NOVICE STAKES (5);2-y-o; winner £3,881; 5f. (10 runners) 5 CHYNNA 13 M Channon 9-0........................ C Bishop DELAGATE THE LADY M Attwater 9-0............. K Fox FREE LOVE Tom Clover 9-0 ........................ J Gordon IMPROVISING R Hughes 9-0 ...................... S W Kelly 4 KODINAR 12 W Haggas 9-0............................ J Doyle LAURA KENNY H Dunlop 9-0................. T Marquand MY EXCELSA G Scott 9-0.......................... Fran Berry NANANITA D Loughnane 9-0........................ L Morris ON THE STAGE Ed Walker 9-0 ..................... L Keniry 69 THEGREYVTRAIN 8 R Harris 9-0..................... J Fahy Chynna l 99, Kodinar 95 7-4 Chynna, 11-4 Kodinar, 6 On The Stage, 10 Improvising 6.45 HANDICAP (6); winner £3,105; 7f. (14 runners) 1 (2) 7148 VIOLA PARK 20 (P;D) R Harris 4-10-0 ..... T Clark (3) 2 (5) 4454 MASQUERADE BLING 27 (D) N Mulholland 4-9-13 A Kirby 3 (10) 82-3 FORTUNE AND GLORY 111 (BF) J Tuite 5-9-13 O Murphy 4 (8) 09-7 ARCTIC FLOWER 13 (D) J Bridger 5-9-12 .. J Uys (7) 5 (9) -683 FREDDY WITH A Y 25 (CD) J R Jenkins 8-9-11 K Fox 6 (3) 4705 LIGHT FROM MARS 29 (P;CD) R Harris 13-9-11 D Probert 7 (4) 8658 DEAR BRUIN 18 (P;D) D Drinkwater 6-9-9 W Carson 8 (14) 930- HAABIS 349 P Chamings 5-9-4 ................... J Haynes 9 (1) 4638 PRINCESS WAY 49 (V;D) K George 4-9-4. R Ingram (5) 10 (13) 689- DELAHAY 140 M Blanshard 4-9-1............... C Bishop 11 (11) -233 SUMMER THUNDER 89 (BH) P Cole 3-9-1 L Morris 12 (6) 7-80 NOREENA 67 P D’Arcy 4-9-0....................... S W Kelly 13 (12) 073- PEGGIE SUE 181 A West 3-8-13.................... J Quinn 14 (7) -546 FREE TALKIN 20 M Attwater 3-8-5 ............. J Gordon Free Talkin l 99, Light From Mars 98, Viola Park 97. 3 Summer Thunder, 9-2 Masquerade Bling, 11-2 Fortune And Glory, 8 Freddy With A Y, 10 Viola Park GOING: STANDARD 7.15 1 2 3 4 5 (3) (5) (2) (1) (4) 124- JALLOTA 178 (D) C Hills 7-9-9 ....................... J Doyle 005- AROD 227 D M Simcock 7-9-2 ................... O Murphy 227- CHESSMAN 314 (TH;CD) A Watson 4-9-2 E Greatrex 20/ MAGILLEN 682 C Hills 4-9-2................... C Shepherd 748- POET’S VANITY 255 (D) A Balding 4-8-11 D Probert Jallota l 99, Arod 98 11-8 Arod, 3 Poet’s Vanity, 4 Jallota, 11-2 Chessman 7.45 5.20 1 (3) 050- MON BEAU VISAGE 200 (CD) D O’Meara 5-9-9 D Tudhope 2 (9) /21- FAST LANDING 455 (P;D) S bin Suroor 4-9-7 P Cosgrave 3 (4) 189- ETIKAAL 241 (D) G Tuer 4-9-5 ...................... P Makin 4 (6) 14-3 IMPERIAL STATE 31 (T) M W Easterby 5-9-3 N Evans 5 (1) 6633 FLORENCIO 13 (P;D) R Fell 5-9-2............ T Hamilton 6 (8) 8435 FAST TRACK 26 T D Barron 7-9-1............ Ben Curtis 7 (7) 79-1 CHAPLIN BAY 32 (CD) R Carr 6-9-1....... J P Sullivan 8 (10) 913- PORTLEDGE 176 (B;CD) J Bethell 4-8-12 ..... K Stott 9 (2) 7-70 AMOOD 3 (CD) S G West 7-8-11 ................ P Muir (7) 10 (5) 06-0 EASTERN RACER 12 (P) B Ellison 6-8-10 B Robinson (5) Portledge l 99, Amood 98, Chaplin Bay 97. 9-4 Fast Landing, 4 Chaplin Bay, 5 Imperial State, Florencio 5.55 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 HANDICAP (5); 3-y-o; winner £3,752; 6f. (9 runners) 2121 SNAFFLED 74 (CD) D Brown 9-9 ............. H Shaw (5) 6-38 KNOCKOUT BLOW 32 M Johnston 9-7 .... J Fanning 51-3 GOWANBUSTER 32 (T;CD) S Corbett 9-7 P Mulrennan 13-0 GANGLAND 11 (D) R Fahey 9-6............... P Hanagan 6-51 CHARLES FOX 95 J Fanshawe 9-3........... D Muscutt 334 CITRON MAJOR 54 N Tinkler 9-2 ................. T Eaves 00-6 HAVANA STAR 12 (BF) K Ryan 9-2 ................ K Stott 08-9 TEMBER 12 T D Barron 8-10 .................... Ben Curtis 40-5 MOONLIT SANDS 12 B Ellison 8-9 ........ B Robinson (5) (7) (8) (3) (9) (4) (5) (1) (6) (2) Havana Star l 99, Charles Fox 98, Snaffled 97. 9-4 Charles Fox, 7-2 Snaffled, 7 Havana Star, 8 Gangland, 10 Tember, Knockout Blow, Gowanbuster 6.25 1 (1) 2 (7) 3 (9) 4 (6) 5 (2) 6 (3) 7 (10) 8 (5) 9 (4) 10(8) NOVICE AUCTION STAKES (5); winner £3,752; 6f. (10 runners) 45-3 BUSTAM 35 J J Quinn 3-9-2 .............................. J Hart FIRST BREATH B Haslam 3-9-2............ P Mulrennan 30-5 HARROGATE 32 J Bethell 3-9-2...................... K Stott 49 HE’S ONE OF R OWN 5 J Tuite 3-9-2 ..... P Cosgrave 70 MARDY GRAS 12 Mrs R Carr 3-9-2 ........ J P Sullivan 534- SAISONS D’OR 193 J O’Keeffe 3-9-2 ......... J Garritty UNIQUE COMPANY D Thompson 3-9-2 ..... A Mullen 44-2 WALK ON WALTER 35 (H) D M Simcock 3-9-2 T Eaves 244- WEELLAN 193 D O’Meara 3-9-2...... Daniel Tudhope 37- MORETTI 164 (H) D O’Meara 3-8-11 ........... S James Walk On Walter l 99, Weellan 92, Harrogate 90. 11-4 Bustam, 3 Walk On Walter, 9-2 Saisons D’or, 5 Weellan 6.55 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 (7) (8) (2) (1) (6) (4) (5) (3) HANDICAP (5); winner £3,752; 2m. (8 runners) 53-1 BAL DE RIO 35 (CD) B Ellison 5-9-13 B Robinson (5) 103- CHEBSEY BEAU 197 J J Quinn 8-9-8 ... P Dennis (3) -628 CAGED LIGHTNING 68 (P;D) S Gollings 8-9-8 T Hamilton 665- CRAY 257 J Bethell 4-9-7 ................................. K Stott -221 HEDIDDODINTHE 12 (P;CD) I Jardine 4-9-7 J Gormley (5) 242- ITALIAN RIVIERA 244 (H;D) K Slack 9-9-6 P Mulrennan 7434 PANTOMIME 12 R Menzies 6-8-5................ A Mullen -681 ARCHIBELLE 82 (CD) R M Smith 4-8-4 . J P Sullivan Caged Lightning l 99, Archibelle 98, Bal De Rio 97. 6-5 Hediddodinthe, 9-2 Bal De Rio, 5 Archibelle, 7 Italian Riviera, 12 Chebsey Beau, 14 Cray 7.25 1 2 3 4 5 6 (5) (1) (4) (2) (6) (3) HANDICAP (4); winner £5,531; 1m 2f. (6 runners) /80- WEST COAST FLYER 159 (C) D M Simcock 5-9-9 . P Cosgrave -130 TESTA ROSSA 31 (V;C,D) J Goldie 8-9-7 ........ P Dennis (3) -123 TOM’S ROCK 26 (BF,D) J Butler 5-9-6..... D Muscutt 508- DALSHAND 182 D O’Meara 5-9-3 ........... D Tudhope 641 SHANGHAI SILVER 26 (D) C Hills 4-9-2.. P Hanagan 36-7 JAMACHO 35 B Ellison 4-8-7......................... N Evans Testa Rossa l 99, Tom’s Rock 98, Jamacho 97. 11-10 Shanghai Silver, 7-2 Tom’s Rock, 4 West Coast Flyer, 10 Testa Rossa, 12 Jamacho, 16 Dalshand HANDICAP (3); winner £9,338; 2m. (12 runners) 1 (3) -237 HAINES 32 (P;CD) A Balding 7-9-10 .......... W Cox (5) 2 (9) 28-0 GRACELAND 31 (D) M Bell 6-9-7.............. L Steward 3 (4) 4-36 AMAZING RED 32 E Dunlop 5-9-6 ................. J Doyle 4 (10) -155 REGICIDE 20 J Fanshawe 5-9-5................. O Murphy 5 (8) 6-76 JACOB CATS 20 (PH;C) W Knight 9-9-3 J Watson (5) 6 (6) 53-1 CHOCOLATE BOX 47 (P;D) D Loughnane 4-9-1 L Morris 7 (2) 5-34 GAVLAR 13 (CD) W Knight 7-9-0............ C Shepherd 8 (12) 519- ARTY CAMPBELL J165 (CD) B J Llewellyn 8-9-0 D Probert 9 (1) 55-8 ZAKATAL 17 (D) R M Whitaker 12-8-12 L Edmunds (3) 10 (11) 356- KING CALYPSO 181 (CD) D Coakley 7-8-10. F Berry 11 (7) 517- STEAMING 147 R Beckett 4-8-7................. H Bentley 12 (5) 2346 MAMBO DANCER 35 (D) M Johnston 4-8-6 F Norton Regicide l 99, Haines 98, Chocolate Box 97. 7-2 Chocolate Box, 13-2 Haines, 7 Amazing Red, Regicide FORM HAINES (9-5) 33-1 ridden 2f out, weakened, 7th of 9 (btn 31/4l) to Funny Kid (9-5) (Lingfield 2m (2) £93,375 AW). GRACELAND (8-7) 8-1 12th of 13 (well btn) to Brandon Castle (8-11) (Musselburgh 13/4m hcap (2) £62,250 soft). AMAZING RED (8-10) 7-1 6th of 14 (btn 41/2l) to Stargazer (9-2) (Newcastle 11/2m hcap (2) £54,986 AW). REGICIDE (9-6) 13-2 held up, kept on, 5th of 11 (btn 5l) to Count Calabash (9-3) JACOB CATS (9-5) 16-1 well held, 6th (btn 51/2l) (Kempton 1m 3f hcap (3) £9,338 AW). CHOCOLATE BOX (9-4) 9-2 held up, ridden 1f out, led run-in, kept on, bt Sam Missile (9-13) 3 1 / 4l MAMBO DANCER (9-2) 2-1 fav headway 2f out, ridden 1f out, 4th (btn 91/4l) (6 ran) (Chelmsford 2m hcap (4) £5,693 AW). GAVLAR (9-10) 7-1 held up, headway 2f out, stayed on too late, going on close home, 4th of 13 (btn 1 1 / 2l) to Soghan (9-8) (Kempton 2m hcap (4) £6,469 AW). STEAMING (9-1) 7-2 7th of 9 (well btn) to Captain Navarre (9-10) (W’hampton 2m hcap (4) £4,852 AW). MAMBO DANCER (9-13) 9-2 ridden, 6th of 7 (well btn) to Bal De Rio (9-4) (Newcastle 2m hcap (5) £4,140 AW). HANDICAP (5); 3-y-o; winner £3,752; 1m. (11 runners) 8.15 1 (8) 420- CWYNAR 165 R Hughes 9-9 ....................... S W Kelly 2 (3) 723- BALLETOMANE 189 (BF) R Hannon 9-9 ... T Marquand 3 (1) 3233 SWEET SYMPHONY 27 (H;BF) M Botti 9-8 G Malune (5) 4 (7) -520 VERSTAPPEN 17 (BH) M Botti 9-8................ A Kirby 5 (5) 4324 DOLLY MIXTURE 46 J Best 9-7............. D De Barros 6 (4) 065- BREXITMEANSBREXIT 175 R Hannon 9-7 . H Doyle 7 (11) 255- ZABALETASWANSONG 122 (P) R Hannon 9-6 P Dobbs 8 (2) -459 COULDN’T COULD SHE 15 (D) A West 9-5 . J Quinn 9 (6) 0-36 EL BORRACHO 87 (HH;D) S Dow 9-4...... O Murphy 10 (10) 783- ARIGATO 175 W Jarvis 8-12........................ J Gordon 11 (9) 050- LADY OF PETRA 208 E J-Houghton 8-11 .. C Bishop Verstappen l 99, Sweet Symphony 98. 9-4 Sweet Symphony, 4 Balletomane, 7 Dolly Mixture 8.45 HANDICAP (6); winner £3,105; 1m. (14 runners) 1 (11) 094- DELICATE KISS 139 J Bridger 4-10-0 ....... W Carson 2 (6) 5424 CHETAN 18 (T;BF,CD) C Wallis 6-10-0....... C Bishop 3 (7) 0-87 TEE IT UP TOMMO 24 (T;CD) D Steele 9-10-0 . W Cox (5) 4 (2) -521 SETTLE PETAL 20 (CD) P Phelan 4-9-12 . P Bradley (5) 5 (9) -277 MALT TEASER 13 J Best 4-9-10............ D De Barros 6 (4) -785 CONNEMERA QUEEN 20 (PH) J Butler 5-9-9 A Kirby 7 (10) -894 ALMANACK 52 (P;C) M Pattinson 8-9-2 .... H Crouch 8 (3) 6445 CROSS SWORDS 25 (BH) J Tate 3-9-1....... L Morris 9 (13)7928 LIVING LEADER 45 (CD) G Harris 9-9-1 . J Fisher (7) 10 (8) 89-4 DESERT TRIP 25 D Menuisier 3-9-1...... K Shoemark 11 (14)9157 DUKES MEADOW 52 (D) R Ingram 7-9-0 R Ingram (5) 12 (12)7398 VODKA PIGEON 38 A West 3-8-11................ J Quinn 13 (5) 3235 DARK FREEDOM 49 (V) C Hills 3-8-11.. C Shepherd 14 (1) -676 LITTLE AUB 25 M Usher 3-8-1....................... H Doyle Malt Teaser l 99, Dukes Meadow 98, Almanack 97. 7-2 Settle Petal, 5 Chetan, 6 Dark Freedom, 8 Desert Trip NEWCASTLE HANDICAP (Class 4); winner £5,531; 7f. (10 runners) CONDITIONS STAKES (3); winner £9,338; 7f. (5 runners) GOING: STANDARD TEMPLEGATE 5.20 ........................................................Fast Landing 5.55..................................................Charles Fox (nb) 6.25 ...................................................Walk On Walter 6.55 .....................................................Italian Riviera 7.25 ..............................................................Dalshand 7.55 ...............................................Exclusive Waters 8.25 ...................................................Who Told Jo Jo TOM PEPPER 5.20..............................................................Florencio 5.55 ...........................................HAVANA STAR (nap) 6.25 ........................................................Saisons D’or 6.55 ....................................................Hediddodinthe 7.25..........................................................Tom’s Rock 7.55 ..............................................Champagne Rules 8.25......................................................................Hisar nTIC-TAC: L-H AW Tapeta course with a 3f run-in. Races up to 1m run on straight course. nDRAW: High numbers have a slight advantage over 5f. nLEADING TRAINERS (2013-2018): R Fahey 61-462, D O’Meara 34-307, M Johnston 31-236, M W Easterby 28-208. THIS SEASON: R Fahey 8, J Goldie 6, Mrs R Carr 4. nTOP JOCKEYS (2013-2018): J Fanning 48-272, P Mulrennan 45-411, B Curtis 31-269, P Makin 30-238. THIS SEASON: J Fanning 10, B Curtis 6, P Mulrennan 6. nLONGEST TRAVELLER: He’s One Of R Own (6.25), Shanghai Silver (7.25), Who Told Jo Jo (8.25) trained at Lambourn. Round trip of 570 miles. nFIRST RUN SINCE WIND OP: Etikaal (5.20), Mon Beau Visage (5.20). nLIVE ON ATR 7.55 HANDICAP (6); winner £3,170; 1m 2f. (12 runners) 1 (10)9464 ARCHIPELIGO 49 (P;CD) I Jardine 7-9-9. J Gormley (5) 2 (5) 6477 ROCKWOOD 49 (V;D) K McLintock 7-9-8 D Tudhope 3 (8) 692- EXCLUSIVE WATERS 159 (CD) N Tinkler 8-9-7 T Eaves 4 (6) 5408 ABUSHAMAH 10 R Carr 7-9-6................. J P Sullivan 5 (7) 54-5 PICKETT’S CHARGE 10 (C) B Ellison 5-9-4 B Robinson (5) 6 (1) 11-4 CHAMPAGNE RULES 34 (C,D) S Watt 7-9-3 C Murtagh (5) 7 (9) 18-0 TRAVELTALK 27 (D) B Ellison 4-9-1. K Schofield (7) 8 (2) 0-93 KIWI BAY 35 (C,D) M Dods 13-9-0 .. C Rodriguez (3) 9 (12)5345 LEODIS 35 T Tate 6-8-10 .............................. A Mullen 10 (4) 868- BETTY GRABLE 172 W Storey 4-8-9............ N Evans 11 (11) 064/ SPLASH OF VERVE 650 (D) D Thompson 6-8-7 P Hanagan 12 (3) 05/0 OROBAS 17 (V) L Egerton 6-8-7................. P Muir (7) Rockwood l 99, Abushamah 98, Leodis 97. 4 Kiwi Bay, 9-2 Champagne Rules, 5 Exclusive Waters, 6 Archipeligo, 8 Pickett’s Charge, Leodis 8.25 HANDICAP (6); winner £3,170; 5f. (11 runners) 1 (3) 6541 WHO TOLD JO JO 7 (D) J Tuite 4-9-11(6ex) .. J Mitchell 2 (5) 00-2 GROUNDWORKER 27 (T;CD) P Midgley 7-9-9. P Mulrennan 3 (7) 3768 STAR CRACKER 10 (P;C,D) J Goldie 6-9-7 D Tudhope 4 (10) 7237 HISAR 11 (B;BF) M Appleby 4-9-7......... K Lundie (5) 5 (1) 513U FUEL INJECTION 21 (CD) R Carr 7-9-6 . J P Sullivan 6 (4) 7085 FLY TRUE 21 (H;D) S France 5-9-2 ............... T Eaves 7 (8) 5035 MONSIEUR MEL 26 (H) A Brittain 4-9-0...... C Hardie 8 (9) 8587 NOVABRIDGE 19 (B;CD) K Tutty 10-8-12 G Tutty (5) 9 (2) -256 FINTRY FLYER 46 (P) J Goldie 4-8-12 ..... B McHugh 10 (6) -099 DIGITAL REVOLUTION 26 (BH) A Brittain 4-8-12 J Gormley (5) 11 (11) 6/70 GRIFFIN STREET 19 A Whillans 5-8-12 ... R Scott (3) Fly True l 99, Hisar 98, Fintry Flyer 97. 3 Who Told Jo Jo, 5 Hisar, 6 Monsieur Mel, Groundworker THE No1 TEAM IN FOOTBALL GLEN BEVIS’ POOLS PREDICTIONS GAMES PLAYING SATURDAY & SUNDAY ON AIR 10am: JIM WHITE Micky Gray and Bob Mills look back at Spurs v Watford and discuss the Sunderland latest. 1pm: H & J Paul Hawksbee and Andy Jacobs take a cheeky look at the top stories. 4pm: DRIVE Adrian Durham and Darren Gough on a bumper week of Champions League football. 7pm KICK OFF Mark Saggers hosts live commentary of Real Madrid and Bayern Munich. ONLINE thesun.co.uk/sport CL LIVE FOLLOW our blog as Real Madrid attempt to finish the job against Bayern. JUR ON LIVERPOOL boss Klopp talks ahead of the Champions League second leg in Rome. SUPER NOVIKOV INSIDE the fancy Mayfair restaurant loved by the Prem’s biggest names. LAST FIVE HOMES LAST FIVE AWAYS Forecast Last four seasons PREMIER LEAGUE 1 2 3 0-3 2-2 --- 3-0 1-4 --- 3-0 2-1 --- 3-2 2-2 --- 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 0-3 3-1 1-1 3-0 1-1 1-0 1-2 3-0 2-0 1-1 5-1 0-2 1-0 1-4 2-1 1-3 1-1 1-0 1-2 2-2 1-2 1-3 0-0 1-2 2-3 1-2 1-2 1-1 4-1... Arsenal v Burnley ................................ 1-0 0-2... Bournemouth v Swansea.................. 4-1 ---... Brighton v Man Utd...................VOID --(Rearranged, now playing Friday, 8pm) 1-1... Chelsea v Liverpool ............................ 0-2 1-0... Everton v Southampton..................... 1-1 0-0... Leicester v West Ham ........................ 3-1 5-0... Man City v Huddersfield .................... 2-0 1-1... Stoke v Crystal Palace ....................... 3-1 0-0... Watford v Newcastle .......................... 1-1 2-2... West Brom v Tottenham ................... 0-1 0-3 1-2 1-2 1-1 0-0 2-0 1-1 5-0 --- --- --- --- 1 1 - 3-1 2-1 --- 2-1 3-0 4-1 1-2 2-1 2-2 1-4 1-2 3-0 4-1 2-0 0-2 2-0 1-3 0-0 3-2 1-1 1-0 2-2 1-2 1-2 2-2 0-0 4-1 1-1 0-0 1-0 1-1 X X X 1 2 1 2 2-2 2-1 1-1 2-1 1-1 --5-0 --1-2 2-1 1-0 --1-2 3-3 1-1 1-0 2-1 --1-2 --0-3 1-3 1-1 2-2 --1-2 2-1 1-1 1-2 3-0 1-0 --1-0 --1-1 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 0-1 1-3 1-3 4-0 2-1 1-2 0-0 0-3 1-1 2-1 1-2 0-3 3-0 1-0 1-1 1-0 3-2 1-4 0-3 1-2 1-0 1-2 1-1 0-2 1-0 0-1 1-1 0-1 3-1 3-0 2-2 2-1 2-0 0-1 4-1 1-3 1-1 0-2 1-0 3-1 0-1 1-2 1-0 1-1 2-0 3-1 0-1 1-1 2-1... 0-4... 2-1... 5-5... 2-1... 3-1... 0-4... 2-1... 0-3... 0-0... 3-0... 1-2... Birmingham v Fulham ........................ Bolton v Nottingham Forest ............. Brentford v Hull.................................... Bristol City v Sheff Utd....................... Cardiff v Reading................................. Derby v Barnsley ................................. Ipswich v Middlesbrough.................. Leeds v QPR......................................... Millwall v Aston Villa............................ Preston v Burton Albion .................... Sheff Wed v Norwich.......................... Sunderland v Wolves ......................... 1-2 0-0 0-3 3-0 3-0 2-1 0-1 1-3 0-3 2-0 4-3 0-3 1-2 0-0 3-0 0-0 3-2 3-1 1-1 2-2 1-0 3-1 1-1 4-1 0-2 2-0 2-2 1-1 3-0 1-0 1-1 1-0 0-0 3-1 4-1 1-2 0-1 2-0 0-5 3-2 1-0 2-1 2-1 4-0 3-1 1-1 1-1 0-1 0-3 2-1 5-5 2-1 3-0 3-0 1-2 2-1 0-4 1-2 0-0 0-4 2 X 1 1 1 1 2 1 X 1 1 2 1-2 1-1 2-1 3-2 2-0 3-1 1-2 2-1 2-2 3-1 1-0 0-2 1-2 2-2 --1-3 2-1 --2-0 ------0-0 --- 1-1 1-1 0-2 --2-0 --0-2 1-1 --------- 1-0 ------0-1 2-1 --0-0 --1-1 5-1 --- 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 2-1 2-2 3-0 1-1 1-2 0-0 0-2 3-3 2-1 2-2 1-0 0-3 0-1 3-0 2-0 1-1 0-0 0-3 1-3 1-4 0-1 0-2 3-2 0-0 1-1 2-0 3-3 2-0 0-0 1-1 3-0 0-0 1-1 1-2 0-2 2-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 2-0 0-1 0-4 2-1 1-1 3-2 1-1 1-1 4-0 2-2... 3-1... 0-1... 0-4... 0-3... 2-0... 0-1... 1-1... 2-0... 1-0... 3-1... 4-0... AFC Wimbledon v Bury ..................... Blackburn v Oxford Utd..................... Doncaster v Wigan ............................. Fleetwood v Walsall............................ Gillingham v Plymouth ....................... Northampton v Oldham..................... Portsmouth v Peterborough ............ Rochdale v Charlton........................... Rotherham v Blackpool ..................... Scunthorpe v Bradford ...................... Shrewsbury v MK Dons ..................... Southend v Bristol Rovers ................ 2-1 2-1 0-2 2-1 0-1 2-2 2-1 0-4 0-2 1-1 1-1 0-1 2-1 3-0 2-1 0-3 1-1 3-0 1-1 1-1 3-0 2-0 1-2 3-2 1-0 3-2 1-4 2-0 2-0 0-0 2-1 1-0 0-0 2-0 5-1 1-1 3-3 1-0 0-4 1-1 2-0 0-0 3-1 0-2 2-1 5-0 4-0 2-0 1-1 0-1 1-1 1-0 1-1 2-2 3-1 0-1 0-3 1-1 2-0 2-0 1 1 2 1 X X 1 X 1 1 1 1 2-1 0-1 3-2 --- 5-1 3-1 --- --- --- --0-1 3-0 --- 3-1 --2-1 --- 0-1 0-1 2-1 0-0 --- --- --- --2-2 --- --- --- 1-2 2-1 --- --- --- --1-1 --- --- --- 3-3 3-2 --- 1-1 --- --1-0 --- 1-1 0-2 3-2 3-1 0-0 --- --- 0-1 2-0 1-1 --- --- 1-1 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 1-1 1-1 2-0 2-2 1-2 0-0 2-0 1-4 1-1 2-0 0-3 0-1 0-2 1-3 2-2 4-0 1-2 3-1 1-2 3-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 2-1 3-1 1-1 2-6 3-1 2-1 2-0 3-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-0 2-3 0-1 3-1 2-2 2-1 1-2 0-0 3-4 2-1 2-2 2-1 2-0... 4-3... 1-1... 2-4... 1-0... 2-2... 4-1... 2-1... 1-1... 4-1... 0-1... 0-4... Barnet v Chesterfield.......................... Camb Utd v Port Vale......................... Carlisle v Newport Co ........................ Coventry v Morecambe ..................... Crewe v Cheltenham.......................... Exeter v Colchester ............................ Forest Green v Grimsby .................... Lincoln City v Yeovil............................ Mansfield v Crawley............................ Notts Co v Luton ................................. Swindon v Accrington........................ Wycombe v Stevenage...................... 2-1 1-1 2-0 1-0 2-2 1-1 2-0 0-1 2-0 2-2 1-2 2-0 1-0 1-1 5-0 1-1 0-3 0-0 3-1 2-6 2-2 1-1 0-1 2-2 2-2 0-0 0-0 1-1 3-5 0-1 4-0 2-2 3-1 2-1 0-1 0-0 2-1 2-2 0-2 3-0 2-1 1-2 2-1 2-0 1-2 0-3 0-4 0-1 4-1 1-1 2-0 1-0 4-3 2-1 0-1 4-1 2-2 1-1 2-1 3-1 1 X 1 1 X 1 1 1 1 X 2 1 2-1 1-1 2-1 3-0 2-2 2-1 1-0 3-1 2-1 1-1 1-2 2-0 --- --- --- ----- --- --- ----- 2-3 0-1 2-1 --- --- --- ----- --- --- 0-0 --- --- --- 3-0 --- --- --- ----- --- --- ----- --- 4-0 3-1 --- --- 3-2 0-0 --- --- --- ----- 2-2 1-0 1-0 47 3-0 48 6-1 49 0-2 1-0 1-0 2-1 2-0 2-0 1-3 3-0 3-1 2-1 0-0... Atl Madrid v Espanyol ........................ 1-1 3-0 1-0 1-0 0-2 2-1... Barcelona v Real Madrid ................... 1-3 1-0 1-2 0-3 1-2 4-1... Villarreal v Valencia............................. 1-1 0-2 0-1 2-1 1-1 1 1 1 2-0 2-1 2-1 1-0 2-0 1-0 0-0 2-1 2-1 1-2 1-1 4-1 1-3 1-0 0-2 --- 3-0 --- 2-1 --- --- 3-2 2-0 --- --- --- --- SKY BET CHAMPIONSHIP --1-1 --0-1 --2-1 3-1 0-1 --------- SKY BET LEAGUE ONE SKY BET LEAGUE TWO SPANISH LA LIGA CRICKET TRUMP . . . fired up Judd dig at end of the Wald By HECTOR NUNNS JUDD TRUMP accused Ricky Walden of ‘taking liberties’ as he set up a sizzling Crucible rematch with John Higgins. The Juddernaut beat Walden 13-9 after winning the last five frames. Trump, chasing a first world title, will now face four-time champ Higgins in a repeat of the brilliant 2011 final, which was won 18-15 by the Scot. The Bristol left-hander said yesterday’s comeback was inspired by Walden taking on an ambitious red to the middle pocket — when he led 48-6 on points and 9-8 in frames. World No 3 Trump, 28, pounced on the miss to clear up for 9-9. He said: “Rocky took on a crazy ball and it spurred me on. Something inside me fired up. “One ball can change the match. It was the first time in the championship I felt alive and I made a really good clearance. “It felt like a liberty. Maybe he thought the way I was playing I wouldn’t clear up. He shouldn’t be playing that against me.” Walden, 35, said: “Judd can think what he wants, I play the shot as I see it.” Ding Junhui wrapped up a 13-4 win over Anthony McGill — and now plays Barry Hawkins in the quarter-finals. Mark Williams beat qualifier Robert Milkins 13-7 to set up a clash with Ronnie O’Sullivan’s conqueror Ali Carter. Hearn on a slow-go SNOOKER’S bosses are considering yellow and red cards to curb slow play. This season average shot times have been published for the first time — with ‘Rocket’ Ronnie O’Sullivan fastest and Lee Walker of Wales slowest. And snooker supremo Barry Hearn wants to put pressure on the plodders. Referees have powers to intervene but further sanctions up for discussion include warnings, cards, fines, docking frames and disqualification. Hearn said: “We are in the entertainment business and some players don’t recognise that. “We won’t put people on the clock, like golf, but assess it then look to see if the rules need changing. “Thirty seconds a shot should never be consistently exceeded but it is. And that’s boring as hell.” DAVID FACEY’S GOLF COLUMN See Page 45 1GM Bat’n bawl Tuesday, May 1, 2018 ............... HEATHER WATSON P crashed out in the first round of the HOWZ-HAT . . . Siddle keeps warm and breaks the bat of Roussow (below) Prague Open — her eighth straight defeat on the WTA Tour. The British No 2 lost 6-1 6-3 to Slovakia’s Anna Karolina Schmiedlova. World No 79 Watson, 25, has not even won a set since February. Lew raps rival Seb By BEN HUNT LEWIS HAMILTON says Formula One title rival Sebastian Vettel broke the rules in Baku. NEW SELECTOR FACING ED-ACHE By JOHN ETHERIDGE ALASTAIR COOK finally gave England’s new chief selector something to smile about by scoring 84 in his first knock of the county season. insists that, after 12 years at the Former skipper Cook’s knock was the highest by any batsman chasing a place in the First Test against Pakistan later this month. Most of the other contenders have struggled . . . or not played. It is the last thing ex-England batsman Ed Smith — appointed selection boss two weeks ago — wants at the start of his reign. Smith, 40, has yet to name his No 2 and a network of scouts. Departing selectors Angus Fraser and Mick Newell will help pick a side to face Pakistan at Lord’s on May 24. At least Cook, whose runs came from 138 balls in Essex’s draw at Hampshire, showed signs of form following a mixed winter. Cook, 33, revealed last week he has split from batting coach Gary Palmer after scoring just 23 runs in two Tests in New Zealand. He top, his ambition remains undiminished and he is certain to continue his England career. Mark Stoneman, who played in all seven winter Tests, has scores of 4, 24, 0 and 29 for Surrey. But he remains favourite to open with Cook as his main rival, Lancashire’s Keaton Jennings, has made 79 in five innings. Sam Northeast hit a century in only his second match for Hampshire after leaving Kent but he is now out with a broken finger. Dawid Malan scored five in his only innings for Middlesex while Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow have yet to play for Yorkshire. Ben Stokes is struggling in the IPL with 147 runs in seven innings with Rajasthan Royals — while Moeen Ali has not played at all for Royal Challengers Bangalore. Tweet @JohnSunCricket ENGLAND OPENER WOES IN COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP THIS SEASON ALASTAIR Innings and runs COOK 84 HASEEB Innings and runs HAMEED 4 8 1 3 TOTAL 84 19 TOTAL 35 Innings and runs MARK STONEMAN 4 24 0 29 KEATON Innings and runs JENNINGS 15 2 24 11 27 TOTAL 57 TOTAL GIVE ME OZ ANY DAY AUSSIE paceman Peter Siddle swapped his sun hat for a beanie as cricketers battle Former Oz Ashes hero Siddle,d to beat the cold. time at the wet ’n windy Agea 33, found springs Bowl a lot warming than his home groun less d at the MCG as he tore in for count y champions Essex. But Siddle also managed warm the hands of Hampshireto ’s Rilee Roussow — snapping South African’s bat in half the with one delivery. 79 SPORTS ROUND-UP: RESULTS & FIXTURES FOOTBALL PREMIER LEAGUE TOTTENHAM(1) 2 WATFORD Dele 16 Att: 52,675 Kane 48 (0) 0 THE FA YOUTH CUP: Final, 2nd Leg Arsenal 0 Chelsea 4 (agg 1-7). CRICKET SPECSAVERS COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP (Final day of 4) DIVISION ONE HAMPSHIRE v ESSEX The Rose Bowl - Hampshire 351-7 dec (Adams 87, Amla 52) v Essex 300-6 (Bopara 84 no, Cook 84). Hampshire (11pts) drew with Essex (10). LANCASHIRE v SURREY Old Trafford - Lancashire 439-9 dec (Clark 78, Mennie 68 no, Bailey 66, Chanderpaul 65, Croft 62; Virdi 4-80) v Surrey 235 (Borthwick 79; Onions 4-49, Bailey 4-54) & 199-6 (Foakes 57; Bailey 4-13). Lancashire (12pts) drew with Surrey (8). SOMERSET v YORKSHIRE Taunton - Somerset 216 (Renshaw 112; Brooks 5-57) & 200 (Abell 82; Coad 4-61) v Yorkshire 96 & 202 (Leaning 68). Somerset (20pts) bt Yorkshire (3) by 118 runs. 49 WORCESTERSHIREv NOTTS New Road - Worcestershire 110 (Fletcher 5-27) & 149 (Ball 5-59) v Nottinghamshire 300-9 dec (Taylor 50; Tongue 4-81). Nottinghamshire (22pts) bt Worcestershire (3) by an innings and 41 runs. P W L D Bat Bwl Pts Notts 3 2 1 0 4 9 45 Somerset 2 2 0 0 2 6 40 Hampshire 3 1 1 1 6 8 35 Essex 3 1 0 2 3 5 34 Yorkshire 3 1 1 1 2 6 29 Surrey 2 1 0 1 2 5 28 Lancashire 3 0 2 1 4 9 18 Worcs 3 0 3 0 1 9 10 SUSSEX v GLOUCESTERSHIRE Hove - Sussex 145 (Salt 63; Higgins 5-21) & 204 (Worrall 4-45) v Gloucestershire 183 (Wiese 5-48, Robinson 4-67) & 108-6. Sussex (8pts) drew with Gloucestershire (8). P W L D Bat Bwl Pts Warwicks 2 1 0 1 5 6 32 Derbyshire 2 1 0 1 4 6 31 Glamorgan 2 1 0 1 3 6 30 Gloucs 3 1 1 1 1 7 29 Middlesex 3 1 1 1 1 7 29 Sussex 3 0 0 3 7 7 29 Kent 2 1 1 0 0 6 22 Leics 2 0 0 2 7 4 21 Northants 3 0 2 1 0 5 10 Durham 2 0 1 1 0 3 8 DIVISION TWO LEICESTERSHIRE v DERBYSHIRE Grace Road - Leicestershire 381 (Horton 66, Ackermann 65; Eckersley 54) v Derbyshire 251-8 (Wilson 64 no). Leicestershire (11pts) drew with Derbyshire (10). MIDDLESEX v GLAMORGAN Lord’s - Middlesex 194 (Eskinazi 94; Hogan 5-49, van der Gugten 4-63) v Glamorgan 38-4 (Murtagh 4-12). Middlesex (6pts) drew with Glamorgan (8). NORTHAMPTONSHIRE v DURHAM Northampton - Match abandoned without a ball bowled. Northamptonshire (5pts) Durham (5). TOUR MATCH (Canterbury): 3rd day of 4 - Pakistan 168 (Imam-ul-Haq 61; Gidman 5-47) v Kent 39-1. No play yesterday due to rain. TENNIS ATP BMW OPEN BY FWU (Munich, Germany): 1st Rd - Y Hanfmann (Ger) bt M Baghdatis (Cyp) 6-2 6-4; M Bachinger (Ger) bt M Kukushkin (Kaz) 7-6 3-6 6-3; M Klizan (Svk) bt F Mayer (Ger) 3-6 6-4 6-3. ATP MILLENNIUM ESTORIL OPEN (Portugal): 1st Rd - P Sousa (Por) bt G Simon (Fra) 6-3 4-6 7-6; A De Minaur (Aus) bt G Elias (Por) 6-3 6-1; F Tiafoe (US) bt T Sandgren (US) 3-6 7-6 7-6. ATP TEB BNP Paribas Istanbul Open (Turkey): 1st Rd - L Djere (Ser) bt D Istomin (Uzb) 7-6 7-6; V Troicki (Ser) bt B Tomic (Aus) 3-6 6-0 7-5; M Trungelliti (Arg) bt E Ymer (Swe) 4-6 6-3 6-2; P Lorenzi (Ita) bt C Ilkel (Tur) 6-2 6-3; T Daniel (Jpn) bt M Berrettini (Ita) 7-5 6-3. WTA GRAND PRIX DE SAR LA PRINCESSE LALLA MERYEM (Rabat, Morocco): 1st Rd - S Sorribes Tormo (Spa) bt Y Putintseva (Kaz) 7-6 6-0; J Larsson (Swe) bt R Peterson (Swe) 2-6 6-3 6-1; J Fett (Cro) bt S Vickery (US) 6-2 3-6 6-3; K Flipkens (Bel) bt P Martic (Cro) 3-6 6-2 6-4; Sara Errani (Ita) bt Z Diyas (Kaz) 6-4 6-4. WTA J&T BANKA PRAGUE OPEN (Czech Republic): 1st Rd - AK Schmiedlova (Svk) bt H Watson 6-1 6-3; S Stosur (Aus) bt D Gavrilova (Aus) 6-3 4-6 0-0 ret; Q Wang (Chn) bt V Kuzmova (Svk) 7-6 6-1; N Vikhlyantseva (Rus) bt C Witthoeft (Ger) 6-4 6-4; E Alexandrova (Rus) bt R Hogenkamp (Hol) 7-6 6-1; K Siniakova (Cze) bt A Petkovic (Ger) 6-2 7-6; T Korpatsch (Ger) bt O Dodin (Fra) 6-2 7-5. SNOOKER BETFRED WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP (The Crucible Sheffield): 2nd Rd - J Trump bt R Walden 13-9; D Junhui (Chn) bt A McGill 13-4; M Williams bt R Milkins 13-7. SPEEDWAY PREMIERSHIP - Belle Vue 47 Somerset 43; Leicester 53 Rye House 37; Wolverhampton 49 King’s Lynn 41. TODAY’S SPORT (7.45 unless stated) UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE Semi-final, 2nd Leg Real Madrid (2) v B Munich (1) ......... SKY BET LEAGUE ONE Bradford v Walsall ............................ Doncaster v AFC Wimbledon ........... Scunthorpe v Plymouth................... SKY BET LEAGUE TWO Chesterfield v Newport County ..... SCOTTISH PREMIERSHIP: Play-Off Quarter-final,1st Leg - Dunfermine v Dundee Utd. SCOTTISH LEAGUE ONE: Play-Off Semi-final, 1st Leg - Stenhousemuir v Queen’s Park. SCOTTISH LEAGUE TWO: Play-Off Semi-final, 2nd Leg - Spartans (0) v Cove Rangers (4). EVO-STIK NORTHERN PREMIER: PlayOff Semi-finals - Ashton Utd v Farsley Celtic, Warrington v Grantham. RUGBY UNION: Principality Building Society Premiership: 2nd Phase - Bedwas v Newport (7.15), Cross Keys v Bridgend (7.30). SPEEDWAY: British Under-21 Final (Berwick, 7.0). Mercedes star Hamilton won in Azerbaijan on Sunday but has accused Vettel of flouting the regulations on driving behind the safety car. And the Brit will speak to race director Charlie Whiting for clarification. Hamilton (left) said: “The rules are when the safety car goes, you’re not allowed to stop-start. “You’re not allowed to gas and then brake, you’re not allowed to fake the car behind. If there was not that rule, then that’s what you would do and eventually catch them sleeping. “In Baku, Sebastian did it maybe four times. “We’re the leaders, so it cascades down, it has a domino effect.” Four-time champion Hamilton complained to Whiting over the radio during the race. But Whiting said: on Sunday: “As long as no one does anything obviously dangerous then we are happy.” Wig role for Zak ZAK HARDAKER is free to play next season after receiving a 14-month ban for taking cocaine. The full-back, sacked by Castleford, was hit with a reduced suspension from the usual two years. It was claimed the drug was not taken to enhance performance. That clears him to play in 2019 and Wigan are believed to have tied up a five-year deal. Hardaker, 26, told UK anti-doping investigators he took the drug on September 6 after boozing. SIMON WOOLFORD, 43, replaces axed Rick Stone as coach of Super League strugglers Huddersfield. Joining from NRL’s Newcastle on a 2½-year deal, the Aussie said: “There’s a realistic chance of us finishing in the top eight.” 50 ............... Tuesday, May 1, 2018 1GM HAMMERS SHOCK AT ODDS . . . Moyes and striker Carroll HART . . . uncertainty Guardiola all Hart on Joe future By MARTIN BLACKBURN ROMA TO BEAT LIVERPOOL 3-0 IN THE CHAMPS LGE TOMORROW Carroll’s training bust-up By JORDAN DAVIES LIVERPOOL’S day with destiny is dawning but after 80 minutes of heavy metal football last week, they will be ruing their late collapse that gives Roma hope. The Serie A giants are imperious at the Stadio Olimpico — yet to concede a home goal in the Champions League this season. Chelsea, Atletico Madrid and Barcelona have all failed, while the Catalans were dumped out in the previous round after a 3-0 second-leg defeat. That scoreline tomorrow would be enough for Roma again — and they are 30/1 with Sun Bets to replicate it. But if any side can shatter Roma’s proud defensive record, it would be Jurgen Klopp’s red arrows. Liverpool are the top scorers in the competition with 38 goals while Mo Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane between them have scored more than any other side. Salah is 16/5 to score on his return to Rome — while the Egyptian and Edin Dzeko are both at 7/2 to find the net, with Sun Bets. But before that, there is the small matter of Real Madrid and Bayern Munich tonight. Real hold a 2-1 lead from the first leg in Germany — but Bayern will take hope from eerily similar circumstances last season. After a 2-1 defeat at the Allianz Arena, the Bavarians won 2-1 in Madrid to force extra time before Cristiano Ronaldo eventually took control to send Real through. Bayern are 11/1 with Sun Bets to win 2-1 and force extra-time again. Yet the Champions League is Ronaldo’s playground and he can finish off Bayern. The Portuguese sensation is 5/8 to score and 14/5 to bag first, both with Sun Bets. Ronaldo and Robert Lewandowski, meanwhile, are a special 3/1 to score any time. 18+ only, T&Cs apply. Odds subject to change Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo to score against Bayern Munich, 5/8 with Sun Bets. Roma’s Edin Dzeko (right) and Mo Salah are 7/2 to score any time, with Sun Bets. ANDY CARROLL was banished from West Ham’s training ground yesterday after a heated row with David Moyes. The striker confronted boss Moyes over his decision to snub him when he made a triple substitution in Sunday’s loss to Manchester City. But Moyes took no prisoners and sent his moody targetman home early following an angry exchange — and could now fine Carroll two weeks wages of £200,000. There is no suggestion the row turned physical. Sub Carroll had stormed down the London Stadium tunnel before fulltime against City and did not return to his seat as the Hammers were thumped 4-1. He later said he had gone to use the toilet. But he was caught on camera fuming after Moyes sent on Javier Hernandez, Joao Mario and Arthur Masuaku in the 65th minute. Speaking after the game, Moyes promised to “deal with” Carroll and suggested he was not being a team player. Carroll’s involvement in Saturday’s crunch at Leicester is now in serious jeopardy — while his future at the club under Moyes looks uncertain. The ex-England international only recently returned to fitness after a four-month ankle KO, scoring in a draw with drop rivals Stoke a fortnight ago. Carroll, 29, has made just 14 Premier League appearances this season — seven as a sub — and scored three goals. West Ham did not respond STAR SENT HOME when contacted by SunSport for a comment. This is not the first time Carroll has been on the wrong side of Moyes. The Scotsman criticised him for a poor performance in a 2-0 loss to Watford shortly after taking over in November. Meanwhile, Pablo Zabaleta admitted he played a big part in his old club’s latest record. City became the quickest team ever to reach a century of Premier League goals. And it was West Ham defender Zaba (inset) who brought up the 100. The Argentine, 33, said: “I’ve been told it’s a Zabaleta own goal so I helped City for the record.” BIG WASTE OF MANI By DAVID COVERDALE ISLAM SLIMANI could have played his last game for Newcastle — moving to Tyneside on deadline day costing the club an eye-watering after a thigh injury ruled him out until £28,000 A MINUTE. the end of March. Roma to see off Salah (left) and his Liverpool side 3-0 is 30/1, with Sun Bets. The £80,000-a-week striker faces a three-match ban after he was charged with violent conduct for kicking West Brom’s Craig Dawson off the ball in the Toon’s 1-0 home defeat on Saturday. Slimani, who moved from Leicester to St James’ Park for a £2million loan fee in January, will miss Newcastle’s final three games against Watford, Tottenham and Chelsea. He has played just 130 minutes since The Algerian, 29, has since made three substitute appearances and started just one game — costing Newcastle a relative fortune. Slimani has until 6pm today to respond to the charge. He had hoped to convince Magpies boss Rafa Benitez to make his loan move permanent. But Leicester’s £30m record buy is now also sweating on his Foxes future. CAUGHT . . . Slimani appears to kick Dawson PEP GUARDIOLA has vowed to make the ‘right decision’ for Joe Hart if West Ham choose not to keep him. The goalkeeper’s future is uncertain as he nears the end of a season-long loan with the Hammers. Hart, 31, has a year left on his City deal but little chance of forcing his way back into the team there. Guardiola sent him out on loan to Italians Torino just months after arriving at the Etihad in 2016. And after his side thrashed West Ham 4-1 on Sunday the City boss said: “That was the toughest decision I’ve made since I was a manager. “He was an incredible professional when we were together and there are no doubts about his quality. “But I am here to make decisions, sometimes good, sometimes not. We will find out in the future. “He’s our player and, if he does not continue here next season, we will talk. “We are going to speak with the club and we will take the right decision for him.” Hart watched from the stands at the London Stadium as Leroy Sane, Gabriel Jesus and Fernandinho were on target for City, while Pablo Zabaleta scored an own goal against his old club. And Zabaleta claims uncertainty over the goalkeeping position has affected the Hammers, who sit just three points above the drop zone. Hart and Spanish stopper Adrian have been in and out of David Moyes’ struggling side. Zabaleta said: “That situation has not been easy for both goalkeepers. “Sometimes as a keeper you need the confidence of keeping your place in the starting XI.” Legends World Cup OSSIE ARDILES can help you enjoy an amazing World Cup experience this summer. The former Spurs ace and World Cup 78 winner with Argentina (right) will join the likes of team-mate Ricky Villa for the Legends World Cup live events at London’s Planet Hollywood in June and July. l For the matchday service, including a two-course meal, drinks and the chance to have a photo with trophies and your chosen legend, call Planet Hollywood on 020 7287 1000 or follow @Flegends100 on Twitter. 2GM Tuesday, May 1, 2018 ............... FORWARD THINKING G FUCHS: I WILL LEAVE LEGACY KHAN . . . mega deal SALE From Back Page Glenn and Clarke.” The issue comes to a head at a Council meeting at Wembley on May 29. Part of Khan’s plans could involve putting a roof on Wembley to increase its potential usage for other major events all year round. But the Florida-based billionaire Fulham owner admits he is cautious over that idea as he would not want to affect the “soul of the stadium.” Khan also revealed that his representatives have been in contact with Chelsea over playing at Wembley while Stamford Bridge is rebuilt, starting in 2020. He said: “It was never an issue to us. Chelsea has been a great club and those relationships go back a long time.” EXCLUSIVE SUNDERLAND want By ALAN NIXON club hero Kevin Phillips to lead them plan to the Football League back from League One before he gets approval to and win over the fans. replace Short. PHILLIPS’ SUNDERLAND LEAGUE RECORD Games Goals 1997-98 (Div 1) 44 30 1998-99 (Div 1) 26 23 1999-00 (Prem, 36 30 Golden Boot winner) 2000-01 (Prem) 34 14 2001-02 (Prem) 37 11 2002-03 (Prem) 32 6 TOTAL 209 114 Owner-in-waiting Stewart Donald plans to make the popular appointment and take one-time goal machine Phillips home to the Stadium of Light. Phillips, 44, is currently coaching Derby County but would be released by boss Gary Rowett if the approach becomes official. Naming Phillips would be a huge coup for Donald, who is looking to complete his takeover from Ellis Short, and get the supporters onside. Phillips is relatively inexperienced, with just a spell at Leicester before he went to Derby. But the fact he was a firm favourite on Wearside, scoring 114 goals in 209 league appearances, would draw fans and give him time to put the team right. There could be a move to bring in Alex Rae, another former player from the glory era, as Phillips’ No2. Donald has to reveal his backers and HIS COACHING CAREER Derby (assistant coach) Sept 2015-Present Leicester (assistant coach) July 2014-Sept 2015 MOOR-ONIC THE FA have condemned Burnley fans for their “unacceptable” booing of Brighton’s Gaeten Bong in Saturday’s goalless draw. The Seagulls defender felt the wrath of Turf Moor for accusing former Clarets striker Jay Rodriguez of racially abusing him in a game against West Brom back in January. Bong’s charge was found not proven but the FA said it was “completely satisfied” the complaint was “made in absolute good faith”. An FA statement read: “The FA considers the behaviour of some supporters on Saturday towards Gaetan Bong to be unacceptable.” Brighton boss Chris Hughton said: “The reaction of the Burnley supporters towards Gaetan every time he got the ball was shameful.” BONG . . . booed His foreign funds have yet to be explained. However, in his time at Oxford United, Donald was linked with a failed takeover by Uruguayan millionaire Juan Sartori. In turn, Sartori is the son-in-law of Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev, who is president of French side Monaco and owner of Belgian league outfit Cercle Brugge. Sunderland first-team coach Robbie Stockdale will take charge for their final game in the Championship — against champions Wolves on Sunday — following Chris Coleman’s departure. The ex-Middlesbrough defender, who took the reins following Simon Grayson’s exit last November, will step in again as they bring down the curtain on a disastrous campaign. A Sunderland statement said: “Robbie Stockdale will take charge of the club’s final Sky Bet Championship game of the season. “The coach will oversee the first team’s preparations ahead of the game.” GLORY DAYS . . . Phillips as a Cat in 99 Ed’s Tierney tilt By MIKE McGRATH EDDIE HOWE is preparing to take on the Prem’s big guns for Celtic’s Kieran Tierney. The Bournemouth boss is ready to make a move for the £20million-rated left-back. Tierney, 20, is a long-term target for Manchester United and has also been tracked by Spurs after lighting up the Scottish top flight. Cherries boss Howe can offer regular Premier League football next season to help the Scotland defender progress. The youngster is seen as a long-term investment at the Vitality Stadium, who could eventually move to one of the big clubs. Bournemouth hope a lucrative deal for Celtic and a clearer path to the first team will put them ahead in the race for Tierney. 51 CHRISTIAN FUCHS has confirmed he will leave Leicester next year — and wants to create a “legacy” in the city. The Austrian defender (right) is going home to his family in New York when his contract ends in summer 2019 after four years with the Foxes. Fuchs already has his Fox Soccer academies in America and Austria and is ready to help Leicester’s best young talent. The 32-year-old, who won the league title with the club in 2016, said: “I promised my By ROSS GREGORY wife I’d come home. I also want to see my children grow up — it’s good we have FaceTime because letters wouldn’t work. I’ve enjoyed my time in Leicester and had the biggest success. “I love the club, the city and people — maybe I want to build my own legacy here.” Fuchs has urged the club to stick with underfire boss Claude Puel. He added: “You need time. The problem with club football is the success has to be there tomorrow.” Progs on rocks MATCHDAY programmes could disappear from the EFL next season, with several clubs wanting them scrapped. Clubs vote in June on whether producing programmes should remain mandatory — many are worried they cost too much to publish. The EFL said requests followed “a decline in sales and the proliferation of digital and social media, which can deliver the same content more cost-effectively.” l EX-BOLTON and England striker Kevin Davies has been axed as Southport boss after just six months. 52 ............... Tuesday, May 1, 2018 2GM CHAMPIONS LEAGUEE MONCHI . . . fan plea Rivals call for peace in Rome By CHARLIE WYETT ROMA fans were last night ordered to behave — as Liverpool’s supporters were urged to be careful. The first wave of the Reds’ 5,000-strong away support will arrive in the Italian capital today. There are fears of more violence following trouble in the semi-final first leg at Anfield which left home fan Sean Cox in a critical condition in hospital. Liverpool have told their supporters to avoid walking to Stadio Olimpico for tomorrow’s second leg and only use special shuttle buses from the city centre. Roma president Jim Pallotta labelled some of his club’s fans “f*****g morons” at the weekend. And yesterday, sporting director Monchi pleaded for a peaceful night. He said: “There’s a lot of talk about violence, so let’s show everyone that Roma fans are not violent. “It is the time to be united. Beating Liverpool will be harder than beating Barcelona.” Referring to the injured Kop fan, Monchi added: “I am very Catholic and pray for him and his family.” Liverpool, who lead 5-2, urged fans to respect monuments and avoid hanging banners and scarves on fountains or statues. They will be turned away if the name on the ticket does not match their ID. English fans have been targeted in Rome before — Middlesbrough (2006, three stabbed), Manchester United (2007, five stabbed), Arsenal (2009, one stabbed) and Spurs (2013, nine injured). Chelsea fans were attacked this season. Robbo’s wait gain By MIKE McGRATH ANDREW ROBERTSON says waiting for his chance at Liverpool was well worth it. The left-back, 24, failed to play consecutive Prem games until December but has been a fixture in Jurgen Klopp’s team since. The £10million summer buy from Hull said: “I knew it was going to be tough when I came here. “I had to find my feet and Alberto Moreno was playing really well. “Then unfortunately he got injured and I just knew I had to wait for my chance. “I knew once I got it, I could prove to everyone I can play at this level and luckily I did that. “I’ve not looked back but I need to push on. “I don’t think I’m at my peak, I need to keep working hard — I have a few weaknesses that I need to work on.” LACKING A BRAIN Buvac exit gives Klopp headache JURGEN KLOPP will be missing the man he calls ‘the brain’ as he bids to mastermind a stunning Champions League success with Liverpool. By CHARLIE WYETT The Kop boss has been rocked by the shock exit of his long-time No 2 Zeljko Buvac ahead of his side’s crunch second leg with Roma. Klopp and Buvac have worked together for 17 years, ever since they were team-mates at Mainz. But Buvac, 56, suddenly stepped down after Saturday’s 0-0 draw with Stoke at Anfield. Klopp’s squad were told on Sunday that he had quit and the club confirmed yesterday that Buvac will not be involved for the rest of the season due to personal circumstances. It seems unlikely, though, the Bosnian will return to his current job in the Anfield bootroom. Liverpool fly to Rome today ahead of tomorrow’s return with Roma — carrying a 5-2 lead from last week’s first leg of their Champions League semi-final. So the timing of Klopp’s most trusted right-hand man leaving is bizarre — and unhelpful. Klopp, 50, and Buvac struck up such a close bond at Mainz they promised each other that whoever made it into management first, the other would follow. After success together at Mainz and Dortmund, it was no surprise From Back Page than Kop ace Mo Salah stands to make in a WEEK from his new deal. McDermott said: “I might get some stick for it in Liverpool — but I don’t really care. “I don’t need the money. But I don’t need medals to be proud of what I’ve done. I already know — and that will not go away. “I’ve got three kids who are doing very nicely, but I want to give them something before I die. They can pay off the mortgage.” The European Cup medals have reserve prices of £10-15,000. And McDermott is also selling his four league title gongs, which are going for £8,000 each. Salah is this morning expected to add the Football Writers’ Association Footballer of the Year award to his PFA honour. McDermott won both in 1980 and they are on offer for £6,000 each. All those big prizes could bag around £90,000 — but in total there are 43 items up for sale. McDermott hopes to earn in the region of £150,000 altogether, while Salah’s proposed new Liverpool deal is worth £185,000 a week. MAC’S AUCTION l The Sporting Memorabilia auction by Graham Budd Auctions is taking place at Sotheby’s in New Bond Street, London, on Tuesday May 22. Buvac followed Klopp to Merseyside in October 2015. An attacking midfielder as a player, Buvac has always been regarded as the coach with the expertise and eye to detail to complement Klopp’s man-management and decision-making. Buvac’s importance was clear when Klopp missed a game against Sunderland two years ago with appendicitis and again earlier this season through illness. Buvac, although not keen on the spotlight, took charge both times. Klopp signed a six-year extension to his contract in summer 2016 and insisted that Buvac and second assistant coach Peter Krawietz both got the same deal. The German describes himself as the heart, Buvac the brain and Krawietz the eye. Yet, at the Kop’s Melwood training HQ, Buvac is seen as more powerful and influential than a regular assistant. He is responsible for a majority of the training drills that have helped Liverpool deliver the high-octane style which has driven them to success. There have been problems behind the scenes, though — notably in November when Buvac was furious with goalkeeping coach John Achterberg against Chelsea. Antonio Conte’s side levelled while Liverpool were trying to make a substitution and switch to a five-man defence. JUR GONNA MISS ME . . . But Buvac refused to speak Klopp and Buvac spent to Achterberg, who liaises 17 years together at Mainz, with the fourth official over Dortmund and Liverpool subs. Tweet @CharlieWyett Three’s the magic number By MARK IRWIN ZINEDINE ZIDANE may be closing in on football history but it still will not spare him the chop. UNDER PRESSURE . . . Madrid boss Zidane Only at Real Madrid could a coach take his team to the brink of a third successive Champions League triumph and still face questions on his future. That was the case at the club’s Valdebebas training complex ahead of tonight’s semi-final second leg. Barcelona’s confirmation as La Liga champions on Sunday night cast a huge shadow over the Spanish Real Madrid v B Munich 7.45pm, BT Sport 2 & talkSPORT capital. And with his team trailing a massive 15 points behind Barca, only bringing the European Cup back to the Bernabeu can now save club legend Zidane from the axe. ‘Zizou’ grudgingly admitted: “In La Liga and in the Copa Del Rey, Barcelona are worthy champions. “But we have the chance to go to another Champions League final and of course winning the trophy three times in a row is an incredible motivation for me. When everything goes well, the manager gets all the praise. “When things go a little sour, everyone passes judgment. Of course I’m not happy with our performances in La Liga — we need to do better. “There are lots of better managers than me but I’m the one who’s here and I want to continue.” Zidane, 45, has already led Real to EIGHT trophies in 2 years since succeeding Rafa Benitez. Yet even that incredible CV will be no protec- 2GM ROMA v LIVERPOOL Tuesday, May 1, 2018 ............... TOMORROW 7.45pm, BTS 2 & talkSPORT Mo doubt about it! REDS ARE HEADING TO KIEV Ian Wright OUR COLUMNISTS ARE THE TALK OF FOOTBALL IF YOU’D offered any Liverpool fan a threegoal lead before last week’s Champions League semi-final against Roma, they’d have snapped your hand off. for Zizou tion should he finish this season emptyhanded. Bayern boss Jupp Heynckes knows what Zidane is going through after guiding Real to their first European Cup win in 32 years in 1998 — and getting sacked the following week. Now his Bayern side must overcome a 2-1 deficit to set up a final date with Liverpool or Roma. Heynckes said: “Real showed in the quarter-finals against Juventus they are vulnerable — despite appearances they are not invincible. “They know this will be the game of the year and even though we are 2-1 down it is in Bayern Munich’s DNA to always create lots of opportunities.” So I really can’t understand why some actually seemed quite disappointed after beating the Serie A side 5-2 in that incredible first leg. Yes, Liverpool conceded a couple of late goals and, true, they can still be vulnerable at set-pieces — West Brom proved that recently. But does that mean Jurgen Klopp’s team won’t be in the final in Kiev on May 26? Not a bit of it. I think 100 per cent they will be. And I’ll tell you something else . . . neither Real Madrid nor Bayern Munich will be rubbing their hands at the prospect of trying to stop them, either. Of course Roma will try and make it as hostile as possible tomorrow night at the Stadio Olimpico, try to get into players’ heads and try to put them on the back foot. They’ll be up to every trick in the book and be a lot more physical than at Anfield, rattling into tackles to shake them up. But the Reds didn’t concede those two late goals because they lacked energy, were out on their feet, or because Roma were slicing them apart. Dejan Lovren TRIPLE THREAT . . . Roma will not be able to handle Firmino, Salah and Mane dropped off for a couple of seconds to allow Edin Dzeko in for one and a lucky handball off James Milner gave the Italians a penalty for the second. And don’t forget, by then Mo Salah was off the pitch, given a breather for the closing stages after running riot for 75 minutes. I can’t see Liverpool failing to score in Rome — they’ve managed it pretty much everywhere else all season. It’s not just PFA Player of the Year Salah, either. Roberto Firmino can match his 11 goals in the competition and LEST WE FERG-ET THAT presentation to Arsene Wenger was a lovely gesture by Manchester United on Sunday — a classy moment from a classy club. United were not going to let him just walk away without a word and the fact Sir Alex Ferguson (right) made it was even more special. For all the battles over the years, there has always been respect. The ovation United fans gave to Arsene was lovely as well and you could see that he appreciated it. As much as some of Jose Mourinho’s comments have been close to the bone over the years, it is clear that he respects Wenger as a man. He has given Arsenal plenty of great memories in that time — and he deserves nothing but respect. qualifiers and Sadio Mane’s not far behind with eight. Going forward, Klopp’s lads have been as good as it gets in Europe this season and I just can’t see them missing out on a place in the final tomorrow. I know Roma haven’t conceded a Champions League goal at home all season but they haven’t had to handle Salah, Firmino and Mane either. I’d go so far as to say last week’s performance at Anfield — bar the last ten minutes — was the most impressive I have ever seen from an English club in a twolegged tie. And when you consider some of the great displays there have been over the years, that’s one heck of an achievement. Roma were just blown away by that Red onslaught. They were in total disarray and not even Barcelona managed that — and they put four past them in their quarter-final first leg. At the other end of the pitch Liverpool have tightened up dramatically, compared to the start of the season. Keeper Loris Karius looks a lot more confident and Virgil van Dijk is a real presence in the back four, the leader they lacked for so long. Unless there is an almighty capitulation, Liverpool are heading to Ukraine. The sky really is the limit for Klopp’s men this season. I’m terrified for Terriers I HAD a lovely time when I went to Huddersfield at the start of the season — and said I’d love nothing more than to see them stay up. But after the weekend’s results I do feel of all the clubs currently outside the bottom three they are by far and away the most vulnerable. Scoring has been a real issue and 27 goals, the joint-worst in the Prem with Swansea, tells its own story. Sadly a lack of depth and quality caught up with them, and with City, Chelsea and Arsenal to come, I don’t think they will get another point. Southampton gave themselves hope by beating Bournemouth. The Terriers are just three points ahead of Saints but with a far worse goal difference — and that could be their undoing. I only hope I’m wrong. 53 ROW . . . plane image Salah off the hook By MARTIN LIPTON MO SALAH got a double boost yesterday when he was cleared to play the rest of Liverpool’s season and a row over his image rights was settled. The Egyptian superstar had an anxious wait after Saturday’s clash with Stoke’s Bruno Martins Indi which ref Andre Marriner missed. A panel of three former Premier League whistlers then viewed the video but ruled the arm flick was not sufficient for Salah to have been red-carded. Salah could have faced a three-game ban, ending his domestic season as he hunts the Golden Boot. And a row between Salah and Egyptian authorities has been resolved in his favour following an intervention by the nation’s sports minister. Salah had been upset that his image is featured on Egypt’s plane which was provided by team sponsor WE. Salah has a deal with Vodafone. El backs star pal AHMED ELMOHAMADY is backing Egypt team-mate Mo Salah to rip Roma apart again tomorrow in the Champions League. But the Aston Villa fullback added: “In training, I don’t worry about him at all. I have him in my pocket. Yeah, yeah, it’s easy in training! “But in a real game he turns into a different player completely.” Salah got a brace to set up Liverpool’s 5-2 first-leg semi-final win at Anfield. Elmohamady added: “He is one of the best players in the world now.” RUSSIA 2018 COUNTDOWN 44 DAYS TO GO ITALY hold the record for the longest gap between winning the World Cup, 44 years. The four-time victors, who have failed to qualify for this year’s tournament, triumphed in France in 1938. But it was 1982 in Spain before they won it again. The longest time between finals appearances is held by Elba de Padua Lima (above), nicknamed Tim. He was Peru boss in 1982 — 44 years after his last cap for Brazil in 1938. 54 ............... Tuesday, May 1, 2018 PAIN GAME . . . Romelu Lukaku is injured on Sunday Crocked Luk in fitness race EXCLUSIVE by MIKE McGRATH ROMELU LUKAKU will see a specialist about an ankle injury that threatens his FA Cup final place. The Manchester United striker was crocked by a tackle from Arsenal centre-back Konstantinos Mavropanos on Sunday and had scans yesterday. Lukaku’s problem was bad enough that he was driven to United’s training HQ at Carrington. The Belgian escaped ligament damage and a break but was clearly still struggling and was trying to keep weight off the injury. And the 24-year-old is now fighting to be fit for the Wembley showpiece MAROUANE FELLAINI will against Chelsea in just demand a two-year deal to over a fortnight. He wants to return for stay at Manchester United. The Belgian, 30, looked the final weekend of the season, on May 13 but set to leave as a free agent in the summer. that will depend on how After his winner against he responds to treatment Arsenal, boss Jose Mourithis week. The Belgium hitman nho said he wants Fellaini will see a specialist away to stay and said an agreefrom United’s base before ment is “close.” it is determined when he But sources close to the can return to training. Belgian say they expect United are close to more talks with United. securing second place in Fellaini is keen to stay the Premier League but Lukaku also has the but wants a two-year deal 30-goal mark in his sights as he could earn more Turkish giants and is three away from abroad. the target in his first Besiktas and Galatasaray season at Old Trafford. are both interested. Fell wants two years GUNS EYE FARIA From Back Page man. Faria, 42, has worked with Mourinho since 2001, first as a fitness coach and then as his assistant. But it is believed the Portuguese harbours managerial ambitions of his own and, if Arsenal were to make a serious approach, he would at least be interested in discussing the prospect. Gunners owner Stan Kroenke has hired rookie coaches at all three of his US sporting franchises. Arsenal are understood to have designed a template for an “elegant” manager to replace Wenger and who can place the club’s interests ahead of their own. Juventus boss Max Allegri is favourite and further signalled his interest in leaving Serie A at the weekend, blasting Italian football’s fascination with tactics. But ex-Barcelona chief Luis Enrique appears to be falling from favour because of his salary demands, transfer budget wish-list and a perceived self-obsession. Caz shock comeback By JORDAN DAVIES SANTI CAZORLA wants an Arsenal return THIS SEASON. The Spaniard, 33, has been out since October 2016 with an Achilles problem that has required NINE operations. He almost had a foot amputated at one point after an infection. But now midfielder Cazorla aims to play before Arsene Wenger ends his 22-year reign as Gunners boss. He said: “The objective is to play some part before the season ends, but we have to take things carefully. “I still have some way to go because after being out for 18 months everything has to be done in its own time. “It’ll take a while to get back to form, it’s a real struggle — when you’ve been RARING out like I have you also notice pains TO GO . . . elsewhere. But the sensations keep Cazorla getting better and I feel optimistic.” 2GM PREMIER LEAGUEE HARRY’S Kane battles the odds in pursuit of Golden gong By DAN KING BRAVE Harry Kane rose above adversity to settle Spurs’ nerves and keep dreams of personal glory alive. First he was relentlessly ridiculed for claiming a goal off Christian Eriksen. Then his own part-time employers at the FA mercilessly mocked his FA Cup semi-final performance. And just hours before kick-off against Watford, the governing body completed a triple whammy when an independent panel disrespectfully decided not to bring a charge against Mo Salah, the man heartlessly hoping to deprive Kane of a third Golden Boot in a row. For the first half, all that unfairness seemed to be weighing down the poor 24-year-old as he tried to break his wretched run of one game without a goal. But three minutes after the break, he ended his drought to give Tottenham breathing space in the match and ultimately in the battle to secure a topfour place. OK, enough sarcasm. Kane’s goal should do his confidence good after he had found the net just twice in eight games and looked sluggish since returning so quickly from injury. It was a morale-boosting win for Spurs after an FA Cup semi-final defeat by Manchester United. And Kane’s strike, not to mention Dele Alli’s opener, will also have been a welcome sight for England manager Gareth Southgate, who was sitting in the Wembley stands. But both Kane and Spurs were not at their best against a surprisingly committed Watford side, who wasted some great chances in the first 45 minutes. Playing Javi Gracia’s team had looked like the closest the Premier League had to a gimme. The all-but-safe Hornets had been dozy drones for weeks, sleepwalking towards another anticlimax rather than buzzing to finish the season on a high. It would still be no surprise if Gracia became the latest Watford boss to pay the price for a lacklustre second half of the campaign — especially as he was not 13 SPURS are unbeaten in their last 13 matches against Watford in all competitions — their last loss was 3-2 in the League Cup in 1994. there for the first half. But in the opening 45 minutes, they gave Spurs plenty to think about and it took Kane’s goal early in the second half to dishearten them. It soon became clear that Spurs were going to have to shake their fans out of the disappointment of their FA Cup defeat, rather than the other way round. There was a large number of empty seats at a stadium in which it is hard to create a sizzling atmosphere at the best of times. Southgate, perhaps, reflected that England going on the road for a few games per season might be for the best, which is what will happen if Fulham owner Shahid Khan completes his proposed purchase of Wembley. Kane started in as subdued a fashion as the Tottenham fans, hitting a tame shot straight at Orestis Karnezis and then badly miscontrolling an admittedly imperfect pass from Dele. Watford were 9 DELE ALLI netted his ninth Prem goal of the season but only his first PL home goal in 2018. He has hit five away goals since the start of the year. just starting to look a little threatening themselves when Karnezis the Greek came bearing gifts. The Hornets keeper may have been put off by Christian Kabasele ducking under Kieran Trippier’s cross but there was still no excuse for fumbling the ball straight to Eriksen. The Dane worked it to Dele, who drove home from 12 yards. But the goal that should have settled the Spurs nerves did nothing of the sort. Eric Dier gave the ball away and Etienne Capoue played in Andre Gray, only for the Watford striker to shoot close enough to Hugo Lloris to allow him to make a good save. Seconds later Gray was inches away from connecting with a Richarlison cross. For a while it was end-to-end. Kane’s eyes must have lit up when Abdoulaye Doucoure seemed to bring down Son Heung-Min in the box but ref Michael 0 HORNETS have not scored an away goal since Javi Gracia took over in January as his side drew a blank for the seventh game in a row on the road. Tuesday, May 1, 2018 ............... SPURS 2 WATFORD 0 BOOTIFUL 55 DELE 16; KANE 48 PREM TABLE P W D L F A Pts (C) Man City. 35 30 3 2102 26 93 Man Utd.......35 24 5 6 67 27 77 Liverpool .....36 20 12 4 80 37 72 Tottenham..35 21 8 6 68 31 71 Chelsea........ 35 20 6 9 60 34 66 Arsenal........35 17 6 12 67 48 57 Burnley........36 14 12 10 35 32 54 Everton ....... 36 13 9 14 42 54 48 Leicester ..... 35 11 11 13 49 52 44 Newcastle...35 11 8 16 35 44 41 C Palace.......36 9 11 16 41 54 38 Bournemouth36 9 11 16 42 60 38 Watford.......36 10 8 18 42 62 38 Brighton......35 8 13 14 32 47 37 West Ham ....35 8 11 16 43 67 35 Huddersfield 35 9 8 18 27 56 35 Swansea......35 8 9 18 27 52 33 Southampton35 6 14 15 35 54 32 Stoke ........... 36 6 12 18 32 65 30 West Brom .. 36 5 13 18 30 54 28 MATCH STATS TOTTENHAM WATFORD 61% ........Possession........ 3/6 ..Shots on/off target 39% ..5/5 4.......... Blocked shots ....... 4 ............... Corners .................3 11.......Fouls conceded.. . 0 .....10 1/0.....Yellow/red cards..... 0/0 STAKING HIS CLAIM . . . Kane slots home Spurs’ second and then jumps for joy (inset) Pictures: RICHARD PELHAM Oliver did not think it was a penalty. Then Doucoure should have done better in the other 18-yard box than hitting his shot straight at Lloris. Spurs were giving the ball away more times in one half than they had probably done in entire games. In the 44th minute, Lloris was forced not only to make a fine save from Richarlison but also to rush out to tackle Doucoure 30 yards from his goal. Spurs needed another goal and their main man provided it inside three minutes of the restart. Kane failed to connect with Son’s cross but side-footed home when Trippier sent the ball back to him. Jan Vertonghen then hit the post with a header and Kane completely missed the follow-up, but Watford were still hoping for their first away goal since January 2. Richarlison somehow fired over the bar from six yards then substitute Gerard 150 From Back Page good condition to play in the World Cup. “Is there still a physical hangover from his ankle injury? Of course. “It wasn’t a great period for him and he is human and was a little affected. “With the help of everyone now he is doing well. “He needs to improve his performance still but I am happy. “It’s 150 games in the Premier League and 105 goals — what more can you say about him? The numbers talk for him.” Kane now has 27 Prem goals for the season, four behind Mo Salah in the race for the Golden Boot. Yet he could have had a hat-trick against Watford. The hitman had one effort disallowed for offside while he also failed to convert a rebound after Jan Vertonghen hit the post. Kane said: “I feel sharp and probably could have got more today. “I would have liked to play better over the last few games but I feel good and I’m looking forward to the last three games and a strong finish like last year, then a big summer.” Kane finished last season with seven goals in his final two games and added: “Last year I got 29 so I want to beat that. “Last year was an unbelievable end but we will see what happens. Hopefully I can do the same.” Kane sealed the win that puts Spurs five points clear of fifth-placed Chelsea after Dele Alli had punished a first-half howler by keeper Orestis Karnezis. Watford have now failed to score in seven away Prem games. But, with 38 points on the board, boss Javi Gracia is adamant they are not in a relegation battle. He said: “I prefer to be optimistic.” Arsenal...............0 Chelsea..............4 DREAM TEAM RATINGS HARRY KANE has notched 105 goals in 150 league appearance for Spurs. Only Alan Shearer has scored more (121) after the same number of Prem games. FOUR Callum’s five star Deulofeu had the ball in the net, only to be ruled offside. Kane then suffered the same fate when he failed to hold his run for what should have been a routine collect-and-finish from Vertonghen. The Spurs and England man will have to settle for moving to within four goals of Salah, who has 31 with a maximum of two matches to play, to his rival’s three. The Watford fans sang: “Arsene Wenger, he’s won more than you.” Don’t take it personally, Harry. Tweet @DanKing_1974 TOTTENHAM: STAR MAN LLORIS 8, Trippier 8, Sanchez 7, Vertonghen 7, Davies 7, Dier 7, Dembele 7 (Wanyama 63, 6), Eriksen 7, Dele 7 (Lamela 82, 6), Son 6 (Sissoko 74, 6), Kane 7. Subs not used: Vorm, Alderweireld, Aurier, Moura. Booked: Wanyama. WATFORD: Karnezis 4, Mariappa 6, Cathcart 6, Kabasele 6, Holebas 6, Doucoure 6, Capoue 7, Femenia 6 (Deulofeu 64, 6), Hughes 6 (Carrillo 83, 6), Richarlison 6, Gray 5 (Deeney 64, 6). Subs not used: Gomes, Janmaat, Britos, Sinclair. (Ratings supplied by whoscored.com) POCHETTINO . . . victory PRIDE OF OUR ALLI . . . Dele strokes home Spurs’ opener at Wembley (ALL PREMIER LEAGUE) Saturday West Brom (a) May 9........Newcastle (h) May 13........Leicester (h) THEIR FINAL GAMES (PREMIER LEAGUE) Saturday........Newcastle (h) May 13 ....... Man United (a) (aggregate 1-7) CHELSEA roared to their fifth successive FA Youth Cup triumph last night — with a brace from Callum Hudson-Odoi. The Blues’ Billy Gilmour opened the scoring for the under-18s at the Emirates. He drove through the Gunners midfield before slotting home from outside the box after 23 minutes. Arsenal had a few half chances, but Chelsea bossed the game. And they finished off the job when Hudson-Odoi doubled the lead in the second half — and he added his second after a strike from Tino Anjorin. 56 ............... Tuesday, May 1, 2018 2GM Sun THREAT TO WEMBLEY SALE thesun.co.uk/sport Sport Faria on Guns list FA BOSSES Martin Glenn and Greg Clarke will be challenged face to face to justify the £1billion Wembley sale. The pair are confident they can persuade FA councillors of the merits of the deal with Fulham owner GOALDEN DUO . . . Kane (left) and Dele Picture: RICHARD PELHAM EXCLUSIVE by MARTIN LIPTON Shahid Khan. The plan would see £500m put in trust for long-term grassroots development projects. But a rising number of senior mem- bers of the 127-strong FA Council are gathering resources for a fightback against the plans of Glenn (left). One member said: “I think things are going to get a bit warm for Turn to Page 51 POCH: KANE WILL BE.. 4midable By MARTIN LIPTON JOSE MOURINHO’S No 2 Rui Faria has emerged as a shock contender for the Arsenal job. The Gunners have compiled a 14-man shortlist as they look for Arsene Wenger’s replacement. And their willingness to consider Manchester United assistant Faria (above) — Mourinho’s loyal right-hand man — shows their determination to find the right Turn to Page 54 By DAN KING MAURICIO POCHETTINO says Harry Kane WILL be back to his best for the World Cup. The England striker scored only his third goal since February as Spurs turned the screw in the chase for a top-four finish. Boss Poch admitted Kane’s March ankle CARROLL DISGRACE Tottenham.......................2 Watford.............................0 injury is still playing on his mind. But he said: “He will be back to 100 per cent before the World Cup. “He is a strong guy physically and mentally. I’m sure that first of all he will perform for us in a good way and then arrive in a very Turn to Page 55 See Page 50 AS LIVERPOOL BID FOR GLORY . . . Klopp No2 leaves Kop in the lurch THAT’S YER LOT EXCLUSIVE by MARTIN LIPTON By CHARLIE WYETT JURGEN KLOPP faces a huge Champions League row’s Euro semi-final second headache after his No 2 leg against Roma. Zeljko Buvac quit Liverpool. Liverpool denied any falling The two pals have worked together for 17 years. And Bosnian Buvac’s exit could hardly have come at a worse time ahead of tomor- out between the two, saying Buvac left for personal reasons — and the job is being held open for him. Full story — Page 52 LIVERPOOL legend Terry McDermott is flogging his three European Cup medals — days before the Reds hope to win the trophy for a sixth time. The former Anfield midfielder, 66, is putting the mementos up for sale at London auction house Sotheby’s on May 22. 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