TENNIS ace Andy Murray and veteran comedian Ken Dodd have been knighted in a New Year’s Honours list full of heroes. They are joined by four-time Olympic champ Mo Farah, also made a Sir, and Jessica Ennis-Hill, who becomes a Dame. In all, 110 Olympic and Paralympic stars are rewarded in some way for their heroics in Rio this summer, including the entire womens’ hockey team. Wales football manager Chris Coleman receives an OBE. Theresa May paid tribute to those recognised, saying: “Congratulations to all those receiving honours today. related storiesCommentJEREMY CLARKSON Help fight the Government’s plan to silence the free Press – and save your own freedom DAVE KIDD’S 2016 REVIEW It’s been another fantastic year for British sport in what has become a golden age for our athletes Magic Murray Andy Murray wins ‘broken’ Sports Personality of the Year trophy – despite wife Kim voting for rival Nick Skelton ExclusiveLondEnn Stadium Jessica Ennis-Hill set to pick up her 2011 world gold medal at the scene of her Super Saturday glory Farah meets Forrest Olympic legend Mo Farah grins with Tom Hanks who famously played epic runner Forrest Gump ExclusiveDame Honey G? New Year’s Honours list 2017 odds -… Read full this story
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