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Live updates from the Aviva Stadium, DublinEddie Butler: Ireland and England will give no quarterSend your thoughts to email@example.comOr tweet, if you like, @DanLucas86 2.51pm GMT England emerge on to the pitch, followed a minute later by Ireland. Alex Goode’s selection is a concern for me, from an England perspective.
First-ever rendezvous with the largest object in the asteroid belt separating Mars from Jupiter will reveal what Ceres is made of Nasa scientists are making final preparations for a spacecraft to begin the first ever orbits around a dwarf planet in the planetary rubble on the far side of Mars.
• Stoke midfielder has lengthy gash from Maynor Figueroa tackle• Tackle could have ended Ireland’s career, says Mark HughesA gruesome image has emerged showing the Stoke midfielder Stephen Ireland’s injured leg shortly after the tackle his manager Mark Hughes said could have ended the player’s career. Just before the interval of Stoke’s 1-0 Premier League home win over Hull on Saturday, Ireland was on the receiving end of a rash-looking challenge from the Hull City defender Maynor Figueroa and he was substituted at half-time.
The president wants financial advisers to meet ‘the fiduciary standard’ – put customers’ interests first – but a bottom-up approach could be just as effectiveA billion dollars a month. That’s the approximate cost of America’s failure to forge ahead with one of the reforms that would have the most immediate and direct impact on the financial wellbeing of the average family.