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RFU chief executive Ian Ritchie will lobby for the Six Nations to be reduced in length from seven to six weeks as World Rugby iron out their new global season after the 2019 World Cup.
England's attempt to arrange a fixture against New Zealand this autumn was motivated by a request from Eddie Jones and not commercial opportunism, according to the Rugby Football Union.
British & Irish Lions coach Graham Rowntree expects this summer's Lions squad for their tour of New Zealand, culminating in three Tests against the All Blacks, to be the best for 30 years.
Danny Cipriani is hopeful that success for Wasps in the Premiership and Champions Cup can catapult players back into the mind of England head coach Eddie Jones.
The Barbarians have confirmed they will meet the All Blacks at Twickenham on November 4, an announcement which ends any hope of England playing New Zealand this year.
England's plan to set up a Test rugby showdown with the All Blacks in November is reportedly dead in the water, with the anniversary clash against the Barbarians set to go ahead instead.
If the Barbarians, celebrating 125 years of their rugby, are overlooked to make way for an England v All Blacks game in November it will be a travesty -- Craig Dowd writes.
England boss Eddie Jones says losing to Ireland in the Six Nations on Saturday -- his first defeat since becoming manager in November 2015 -- was the most beneficial game of his Red Rose tenure.
Eddie Jones expects Dylan Hartley to continue leading England despite persistent calls for his demotion as captain.
Eddie Jones insists his four-year plan leading into the 2019 World Cup remains intact despite Saturday's comprehensive defeat by Ireland.
England are Six Nations champions again, Italy have the wooden spoon again. It's all so 2016. So what did we learn from the 2017 championship? ESPN's writers cast their eye over every nation.
Owen Farrell, Joe Launchbury and Maro Itoje have been named on the 12-strong shortlist for this season's Six Nations player of the championship.
Now that the curtain has come down on the 2017 Six Nations, ESPN's rugby writers Tom Hamilton and Martyn Thomas hand out their awards from player of the tournament to biggest disappointment.
Sir Clive Woodward believes England's loss to Ireland was 'more than just a reality check' and insists Eddie Jones needs to be as ruthless as ever with his selections ahead of the next World Cup.
Billy Vunipola refuses to mourn England's failure to record back-to-back Grand Slams, having experienced repeated near-misses in the quest for the Six Nations title.
The final round of the Six Nations provided the last chance in international colours for British & Irish Lions candidates to impress Warren Gatland before he names his squad to tour New Zealand.
So how will we remember the 2017 Six Nations? Perhaps for proof that Eddie Jones's England were exceptional rather than invincible and welcome signs of life from France and Scotland.
Sam Warburton is firmly in the mix to be British & Irish Lions captain with coach Warren Gatland saying as many as six players are in contention for the honour.
Eddie Jones conceded England simply weren't good enough as their winning run was brought to an abrupt end by a brilliant Ireland performance, but the coach would love a crack at the All Blacks.
Ireland's brilliance and raw passion finally saw Eddie Jones lose his first match as England head coach -- and there can be no complaints in Dublin, writes Tom Hamilton.
No amount of world records or consecutive wins could have prepared England for this visceral Irish onslaught as raw emotion ruined the visitors' Grand Slam party in Dublin.
Dylan Hartley and Will Carling have been exchanging messages as England's captains past and present focus on a slice of Six Nations history.
DUBLIN -- Ireland know a thing or two about gate-crashing parties. Back in November they burst the All Blacks' bubble, beating them in Chicago to end their 18-match winning run.
James Haskell insists England's performance against Ireland will mean more to Eddie Jones' squad than claiming back-to-back Grand Slams and setting a new world record for consecutive Test wins.
England's entire front row contingent have argued a compelling case for British and Irish Lions selection, according to Neal Hatley.