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Earlier this season Sutton United sacked coach Wayne Shaw after he ate a pie during an FA Cup tie with Arsenal, knowing that a betting company sponsoring the game had offered odds on it. "Barton, a complicated character, has served numerous FA bans for misconduct throughout his career and has also twice been convicted on charges of violence, spending 11 weeks in prison in 2008," reports the Daily Telegraph . "But in recent years he has tried to control his temper and has become one of the game's more thoughtful critics – his near 1,500-word mea culpa to the betting charges is a good example of his more philosophical approach." Football Cycling Joey Barton Burnley Betting The FA
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Indian prime minister Narendra Modi, who's one of the four global leaders in TIME's 'Most Influential People' list, has a new admirer in Bill Gates. The software billionaire took to social media to acknowledge Modi for putting "the spotlight" on India's open defecation problem through the Swachh Bharat (Clean India) mission. SEE ALSO: India bans one of its oldest symbols of VIP culture Gates wrote: "Indian Prime Minister @narendramodi put a spotlight on a subject that most of us would rather not even think about." And linked his blog in the tweet. Indian Prime Minister @narendramodi put a spotlight on a subject that most of us would rather not even think about: https://t.co/oUX40Igi6G pic.twitter.com/mJnCwhbo4U Bill Gates (@BillGates) April 25, 2017 Read more... More about Social Media , Sanitation , Policy , Health , and India
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A senior member of Palestine’s Fatah movement says Tel Aviv has banned contact with 1500 Palestinian prisoners who went on hunger strike over a week ago. Fedwa Barghouti, the wife of the popular Fatah leader Marwan Barghouti, says lawyers including herself and international organizations like the Red Cross are not allowed to visit the prisoners. She says the ban violates the most basic human rights. The Israeli Supreme Court had earlier ruled that the ban was illegal, but Barghouti says lawyers are still not allowed to visit the prisoners despite the ruling. Fedwa Barghouti’s husband is serving five life sentences for his role in the second Palestinian intifada. Marwan went on hunger strike on April 17 to protest harsh conditions in Israeli prisons. Palestinian leaders have warned that the death of one of the detainees is enough to trigger a new uprising and an outburst of widespread anger.
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The city has already issued over 150 tickets and towed more than 50 vehicles while enforcing no-stopping and no-parking zones along sections of Jasper Ave and Whyte Ave during Oilers playoffs games.
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If there was doubt about the scope of the Order, the President and Attorney General have erased it with their public comments, Orrick wrote. The Constitution vests the spending power in Congress, not the President, so the Order cannot constitutionally place new conditions on federal funds. The judge acted on lawsuits brought by California's San Francisco and by Santa Clara counties. At least three other suits are pending over the same sanctuary city language in Trump's immigration-enforcement executive order. The ruling is another blow to Trump's efforts to use executive orders to carry out major policy moves—an effort his staff is highlighting as he approaches the 100-days-in-office mark. Courts have also blocked key portions of two of the president's other immigration-related executive orders—his travel bans on visitors from several majority Muslim countries.
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BRITAIN is braced for a summer of hosepipe bans after experts warned residents to use their "water wisely" amid fears of a shortage across southern England.
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Dog walkers beware - these are the Devon beaches where your pooch will be banned from next Monday onwards. Dogs have had the run of almost all the county's beaches throughout the winter and the first part of the spring. But now is the time find somewhere else to go and chase those toys.The bans come in on May 1 and keep dogs away from some of the county's most popular summer holiday sands.Which beaches in South Devon ban dogs for the summer?Breakwater BeachBroadsands BeachCorbyn HeadGoodrington...
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Pupils at Cardinal Wiseman Catholic Secondary School in Coventry have been told they can wear jackets to and from school, but must take them off when they are on the grounds.