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Dame Cicely. born 1918, British philanthropist: founded St Christopher's Hospice in 1967 for the care of the terminally ill, upon which the modern hospice movement is modelled. Her books include Living with Dying (1983)
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Saunders looked distraught at Chester Magistrates' Court when he realised he was going to jail as prison officers entered the dock.
Footage released by the Crown Prosecution Service shows Saunders being pulled over by the police in Chester after "nearly causing a serious accident".
The footage shows Saunders, who managed Wolves in 2013, being ordered to get out of the vehicle by an officer who tells him his driving was "atrocious".
THE moment former Wrexham manager Dean Saunders is stopped by police before refusing a breath test can be seen online.
"ARROGANT" ex-Wales striker Dean Saunders was told "you can't even stand up" by police, footage of his arrest has revealed.
Saunders asked: 'If I wait for the solicitor, what'll happen?'
"ARROGANT" former Wales and Liverpool striker Dean Saunders was told "you can't even stand up" by police, footage of his arrest has revealed.
FOOTAGE taken by a police bodycam shows ex-Liverpool player Dean Saunders telling police he only had one pint before refusing to give a breath sample.
FOOTIE pundit Dean Saunders left jail yesterday after serving one day of his 10-week term for refusing to give a breath sample.
Former Liverpool striker Dean Saunders will apply for bail later today, one day into a 10-week jail sentence for failing to give traffic police a breath specimen.
FORMER Aston Villa striker and Wolves boss Dean Saunders has been jailed for 10 weeks for failing to provide a breath specimen after being arrested on suspicion of drink-driving.
FORMER footballer Dean Saunders has been jailed for 10 weeks for failing to provide a breath sample after being arrested on suspicion of drink-driving.