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Stokes, 26, was arrested in September on suspicion of actual bodily harm after an incident outside a nightclub.A picture was posted on Twitter on Monday which it was claimed showed him at Heathrow Airport.
The ECB said Stokes was flying to New Zealand to spend time with his family.It added it had not taken care of his Cliff Avril Jersey travel arrangements.Stokes was released without charge after the incident outside Bristol's Mbargo nightclub in the early hours of on 26 September, but remains under investigation.
Two men subsequently claimed Stokes was defending them http://www.jetsnflofficialshop.com/Authentic-Kony-Ealy-Jersey from homophobic abuse.The Durham player was initially named in England's squad for the Ashes but did not travel out with the rest of squad.It is understood there no legal restrictions preventing him from leaving the country, but he is still part of an ongoing enquiry by Avon and Somerset Police.
England lost the first Ashes Test in Brisbane by 10 wickets. The next Test in the five-match series, a day-nighter in Adelaide, begins on Saturday.
Speaking on Sunday, England director of cricket Andrew Strauss said there had been no change with regard to Stokes' availability."We're waiting for the police to make a charging decision and, until that happens, nothing has changed," he said."We're in the same situation as we have been for quite a long time now.
"There are certain procedural things that have taken place but there is a process that can only kick in once we've heard a charging decision from the police."
Australia wrapped up a 10-wicket win in Brisbane on Monday to Jamon Brown Womens Jersey take a 1-0 lead in the five-match series."The wheels are loose," Vaughan told BBC Radio 5 live. "If they lose in Adelaide, that dreaded word - whitewash - will start to get mentioned."If they win, it will be competitive. If they lose, it's getting messy."The second Test at the Adelaide Oval - the first day-night Ashes Test played under floodlights and with a pink ball - starts on Saturday at 04:00 GMT.
England were bowled out for 302 and 195 at the Gabba, before Australia chased a target of 170 without loss to complete Trae Waynes Jersey victory."The England team don't look they're going to get 20 wickets and they don't look like they're going to get 400 in the first innings," Vaughan said on the Tuffers & Vaughan Cricket http://www.authenticarizonadiamondbacks.com/Randy-Johnson-Jersey Show.
"Australia are not a great team but they're a good team."This England team should not in any way get beaten 5-0 in these conditions by this Australian side. It shouldn't happen with the amount of talent that England have in their team."James Vince, Dawid Malan and Mark Stoneman, all of whom were playing their first Ashes Test, made half-centuries at the Gabba, while James Anderson and Stuart Broad - England's two leading wicket-takers of all time - were the most threatening bowlers.
However, England lost their last http://www.authenticcolumbusbluejackets.com/authentic-alexander-wennberg-jersey six wickets for 56 runs in the first innings and their Womens Yu Darvish Jersey last four for 10 runs in the second amid a barrage of short-pitched bowling from Australia.Vaughan said: "Did we expect England to be blown away so quickly and so damagingly in the last day-and-a-half? No."There's been some quality batting and some quality bowling. The fielding was good. There's also been some garbage.