Dylan Hartley says he has “learned from his lessons” after being named England captain for the Six Nations.
Hartley, 29, succeeds Harlequins flanker Chris Robshaw, who has been the national side’s skipper for four years.

The Northampton hooker has had a controversial playing past, having been banned for a total of 54 weeks for gouging, biting and striking.

“My rap sheet is well documented and I will get reminded of it daily,” Hartley told BBC sports editor Dan Roan.

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