Fifty years ago, the state of Israel was created. Adam
LeBor asks if the dreams of nationhood are coming true. 3: The Melting Pot. The answer to the question
"who is a Jew?" gets more and more complex.
Coverage of all the day's sporting action.
Football Coverage of the final day of the season in Division One, Arsenal v
Everton in the Premiership, and Dunfermline v Celtic in the Scottish Premier Division.
Racing Commentary from
Peter Bromley on the 1,000 Guineas at Newmarket.
Rugby Union Premiership matches including
Saracens v London Irish. Cricket News of the day's
Sunday League games. Snooker The final of the world championship. Plus golf, tennis and motor cycling.
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