Today"s players putting glamour before titles, says 1960s tennis star Ann Haydon-Jones

Today's players putting glamour before titles, says 1960s tennis star Ann Haydon-Jones By Simon Cable PUBLISHED: 00:39 GMT, 26 March 2013 | UPDATED: 00:42 GMT, 26 March 2013 She won seven Grand Slam titles and was once number two in the world. So Ann Haydon-Jones is more than qualified to give her verdict on today’s tennis stars – and she’s not too impressed.

Blue plaques go to the wall: Government cuts spell the end to tributes on former homes of the great and the good after 140 years

Blue plaques go to the wall: Government cuts spell the end to tributes on former homes of the great and the good after 140 years Taxpayer-funded quango says it faces 'uncertain future'Will honour existing commitments but can't accept new nominationsEnglish Heritage may seek private sponsorship to maintain scheme By Chris Hastings PUBLISHED: 22:10 GMT, 5 January 2013 | UPDATED: 07:59 GMT, 6 January 2013 Tribute: Stephen Fry unveiling one of the blue plaques for writer P.G. Wodehouse in 2004 English Heritage plans to stop erecting the blue plaques that commemorate the lives of the great and the good because it can no longer afford to pay for them