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Sir Ian Botham makes Lords appearance after ‘rain stops play’ delay

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Sir Ian Botham makes Lords appearance after ‘rain stops play’ delay

Sir Ian Botham makes Lords appearance after ‘rain stops play’ delay

England cricketing hero Sir Ian Botham has made his first appearance at adifferent kind of Lords – but only after “rain stopped play”.

Lord Bothamdonned the traditional scarlet and ermine-trimmed robe for his brief formalintroduction ceremony as a peer in the House of Lords.


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