In this week's paper we lead on grassroots Tories furious about David Cameron's dismissive attitude to them over the EU In-Out refendum. Britain is coming to terms with the end of the hugely popular TV adaptation of War and Peace, while Welsh rugby fans were urged not to sing Delilah because it "glorifies domestic violence". Lord Lucan is declared by a High Court judge to be officially dead and Thai police raid elderly British bridge players for suspected gambling. Top Gear has a new presenter in former Friends star Matt LeBlanc and a dilapidated Land Rover Defender is on the market for £200,000. In Comment, Fraser Nelson ponders Scotland's plight if they had opted for independence, while Boris Johnson talks about Europe. Our back page features England's Six Nations victory over Scotland and in football Leicester prove they are not a flash in the pan with victory over Manchester City to stay top of the Premier League.
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