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Broad defiant over walking row

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England all-rounder Stuart Broad has insisted he's nothing to apologise for after refusing to walk in the opening Ashes Test against Australia at Trent Bridge. 

England's captain Alastair Cook (L) and Stuart Broad speak to media after England won the fourth Ashes cricket test match against Australia at the Durham cricket ground in Durham, north-east England, on August 12, 2013. Broad has insisted he's nothing to apologise for after refusing to walk in the opening Ashes Test against Australia at Trent Bridge.

Broad, on his Nottinghamshire home ground, remained at the crease when, on 37 in the second innings, he edged a ball from teenage spinner Ashton Agar to slip via the gloves of Australia wicketkeeper Brad Haddin.

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