Cage cricket: Sir Ian Botham and Crispin Blunt MP

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Cage cricket has been shown off outside the House of Commons in a bid to make the game more accessible as it can be played in a smaller place than the traditional sport.

Sir Ian Botham was promoting the game and said it was "cheap and easy" with fewer players and no kit needed, while prisons minister Crispin Blunt explained how it could be used in jails.

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