There are 150 executive boxes at Twickenham, the home of English rugby, and three weeks from now they will be packed out. Fuelled by a roast lunch and probably a glass or two of champagne, their occupants will cheer Martin Johnson and his charges as they take on Italy in England's opening home fixture in the Six Nations. It could be a different story by the time of next year's tournament. Laws due to come into force in April could make corporate hospitality an offence. Flying in guests from overseas to the rugby or the tennis at Wimbledon might be constructed as bribery. The Bribery Act 2010 will have a profound impact on business. The problem is that nobody can say for sure what will and won't be allowed under the new rules. The Sunday Times, Business