England captain Alastair Cook tells the BBC the publication of Kevin Pietersen's autobiography has tarnished a successful era.
Matthew Hoggard says former England team-mate Kevin Pietersen's behaviour 'grated' on him during the 2006-07 Ashes.
After a week of revelations and recriminations as cricket showed its ugly side, here are some things we now know.
Ex-captain Andrew Strauss says the England team, rather than individuals, is the main victim of the Kevin Pietersen row.
Alec Stewart told England bosses in 2012 that some of Kevin Pietersen's team-mates had access to a mocking Twitter account.
Former England Test spinner Graeme Swann denies Kevin Pietersen's allegations of bullying in the England dressing room.
The ECB denies that a leaked document is a dossier on Kevin Pietersen's behaviour during last winter's Ashes.
Tom Harrison is appointed as the new chief executive of the England and Wales Cricket Board.
Former captain Michael Vaughan says the England bowlers' "cabal" is a problem and backs Kevin Pietersen's claims.
Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen says he stands by his allegations of bullying in the team's dressing-room "100%".
Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen says ex-coach Andy Flower "was always trying to find ways to get rid of me".
Kevin Pietersen criticises Matt Prior and ex-coach Andy Flower in his first interview since being sacked by England.
Sussex cricket manager Mark Robinson says wicketkeeper Matt Prior is determined to return to the England side.
Adam Lyth could have been a footballer, but his form for Yorkshire has put him on the brink of an England call-up.
England all-rounder Ravi Bopara signs a new one-year deal with Essex to remain at the club next season.
Alastair Cook will captain England at the World Cup, while Ravi Bopara and James Taylor are recalled to tour Sri Lanka.
Warwickshire's Jonathan Trott believes he is ready to resume his England career, 10 months after he quit the Ashes tour.
Warwickshire seamer Chris Woakes says finding extra pace was key to getting his central contract with England.
England all-rounder Moeen Ali says he is desperate to play for newly-promoted Worcestershire in 2015.
Ex-housemates Joe Root and Gary Ballance on takeaways, practical jokes, tabloid scandals and England's summer.
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