The Herald - Sport
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Kris Doolan’s double for Partick Thistle against Hamilton may have hogged the headlines since Saturday, but the contribution of their backline after another clean sheet should not be underestimated.
The Herald - Sport
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MARK Wotte has urged the Rangers board to think big and think European when it comes to their choice of director of football and said that the challenge of returning the club to the Champions League was one that he "wouldn't walk away" from. The Dutchman, currently employed as performance director for the Moroccan Football Federation, had discussions with Ibrox director Paul Murray prior to the appointment of Mark Warburton back in 2015 but hasn't been mentioned in an interview process thus far this time which has been thought to involve Southampton's Ross Wilson, Tottenham Hotspur's Paul Mitchell, Huddersfield's Stuart Webber, Alex McLeish, John Park and current Brentford head of football operations Robert Rowan. Wotte, however, is aware of the Dutch connection at the Ibrox side and regards transforming their fortunes as "one of the ultimate challenges in football".
The Herald - Sport
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The Herald - Sport
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The Herald - Sport
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BBC Parliament
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My Lords, it is a pleasure to follow the noble Baroness Kramer, but is a pleasure also to disagree profoundly with her suggestion of having a second referendum. I would like to begin by congratulating the Prime Minister on her excellent speech.
Sky News
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-- Marine Le Pen. Because all of the elements are there. Have frightened country. Exactly the same thing has when Brexit happens, you have people afraid. Emmanuel Macron hopes to play on those fears, bringing his campaign to Westminster.
BBC Two England
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In that debate a number of reasonable amendments were put down to the Bill which would shape, make for representations on behalf or people who voted league and remain about the Brexit they wanted and all I can remember is the Tory MPs cheering as it was announced that the bill had passed without amendment. Rhetoric is important but actually, deeds matter too and we're going to face the kind of Brexit that is really damaging to British interests.
BBC News 24
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Honestly, I feel like a criminal. The thoughts of Juhel Miah, recorded on his phone moments after he was escorted off a plane bound for New York without any explanation. It was supposed to be a once-in-a-lifetime school trip to Iceland and the United States. But for maths teacher Mr Miah, it's one that he will remember for all the wrong reasons.
TIME - Top Stories
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Cult streetwear brand Supreme is notorious for the fervent nature of their fans, hypebeasts who often wait outside of their store for hours or even days before new merchandise hits; later, the highly coveted pieces are often resold online at an exorbitant markup . It looks like their most recent release is no exception. For their latest drop, Supreme collaborated with New York City's Metro Transit Authority , on custom branded Supreme fare cards, which caused pandemonium when the cards became available for sale on Monday at the Supreme store and NYC subway stations. Supreme branded MTA card (don't call it a collabo) causes fracas at Union Square station: https://t.co/MrSp1i0c8n pic.twitter.com/L06LLtNIv8 TheSnobette (@TheSnobette) February 21, 2017 In the tradition of Supreme markups, individual cards (which retail for $5.50) are being resold for prices from $38 to as much as $98 online, which is nearly 17 times the purchase cost .
ABC News - Australia
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A cloud is hanging over Jeff Horn's fight with boxing great Manny Pacquiao, with the Filipino legend's camp confirming the Australian is but one of a number of candidates for his next bout.
Daily Mail - Australia
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Digital Trends
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BBC Two England
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I think Theresa May has that opportunity. I think the Article 50 bill has given her exactly what she perhaps didn't want, an opportunity to rally people behind the fact that we are leaving Europe and forcing people like me to accept that and say, what is our relationship with Europe? Now is a chance for the government to build beaches to people who have these concerns.
BBC News 24
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BBC Parliament
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Consider its consequences and decide on it. In two years, we will have facts and reasonable clarity. Not just speculation. And surely then it is time for the British people to have the final word.
Sky News
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CNN Entertainment
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After hosting a late night, post-Oscars special for the past 11 years, Jimmy Kimmel is taking his emcee skills to primetime on the Academy Awards. And he'll be the first to admit he's a little nervous about it.
Sputnik International
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Daily Mail - India
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A cursory glance at official statistics might suggest there's been a fast and furious rise in the number of vehicle thefts in Delhi over the past couple of years.
Times of Israel
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Plymouth Herald
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Plans to turn a popular landmark on the South Devon coast path into the setting for an underground holiday home have been met with fierce criticism. Villagers from Newton Ferrers and Noss Mayo have vowed to save the 18th Century Beacon Hill Tea House. They are unhappy about plans to convert it into a one bedroom underground holiday cottage, which they say would also disrupt a public right of way. A Facebook page protesting the redevelopment has gained over 100 likes in just two...
BBC Two England
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If I was going to critique the last six months, and I said this in the debate on the Article 50 bill, I hope the government changes its rhetoric and recognises that 48% of people voted to stay in Europe because they have that globalist and open agenda.
ZDNet Australia
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