Manchester Evening News
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Have a look at five talking points ahead of Man Utds Europa League last-32 second leg clash with St Etienne.
The Sun Daily
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Among the questions are whether Section 3(3) of the Sedition Act contravenes Article 10 of the Federal Constitution and is invalid and has no effect in law. In a landmark decision, the Court of Appeal three-man bench led by Justice Datuk Lim Yee Lan, on Nov 25, last year, allowed Mat Shuhaimi's appeal and declared that Section 3(3) was invalid as it violated Article 10 of the Federal Constitution' which guaranteed Malaysians the right to freedom of speech and expression. The Court of Appeal's ruling means the prosecution has to prove intent before a person can be convicted of sedition. — Bernama
BBC News 24
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And so the first thing I want to say to our front bench is in my view we should trigger Article 50 as soon as possible. Maybe not wait until the enactment of this. The more time spent before it is enacted more time people can waste their energy and confused themselves.
Hackaday
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Those of us who prefer to drive older cars often have to make sacrifices in the entertainment system department to realize the benefits of not having a car payment. The latest cars have all the bells and whistles, while the cars of us tightwads predate the iPod revolution and many lack even an auxiliary input jack. Tightwads who are also hackers often remedy this with conversion projects, like this very slick Bluetooth conversion on a Jeep radio . There are plenty of ways to go about piping your favorite tunes from a phone to an old car stereo, but few are as nicely integrated as [Parker Dillmann]'s project. An aftermarket radio of newer vintage than the OEM stereo in his 1999 Jeep would be one way to go, but there's no sport in that, and besides, fancy stereos are easy pickings from soft-top vehicles. [Parker] was so determined to hack the original stereo that he bought a duplicate unit off eBay so he could reverse engineer it on the bench.
BBC Parliament
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No negotiation is taking place at the moment, and so to a certain extent, it is so much hot air talking about what might happen on what you might do. It is not until we actually get into the negotiation that we then will start to encounter reality, and so the first thing I would want to say to our front bench is in my view we should trigger article 50 as soon as possible.
BBC News 24
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We were given to believe that actually, we had a very light touch version of it. So we had no indication of the significance of that report. It indication of the significance of The loosehead prop is short of match fitness and is therefore likely to start on the bench for the match.
Daily Star - Football
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Bristol Post
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Max O'Leary is hopeful he will get another chance to prove his worth at Bristol City.The goalkeeper, who made his debut for the Robins in an FA Cup tie last season, is currently on loan at National League South side Bath City and has helped them up to ninth in the table.Schalke loaneee Fabian Giefer is currently first choice at Ashton Gate and Frank Fielding is currently rooted to the bench, while summer signing Ivan Lucic has gone out on loan to Danish side Aalborg.O'Leary, 20, has made just...
Top Speed
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Honda says the new CR-V has class-leading second-row legroom, to boot. The CR-V’s Cargo room offers an impressive 75.8 cubic feet of room with the second row bench seat folded flat. That’s far more than the Ford Escape (67.8 cubic feet) and just a touch bigger than the Toyota RAV4’ s (73.4 cubic feet). Despite this, the CR-V’s footprint isnt much bigger than its competition. Honda undoubtedly needs the CR-V to success. It can’t have a repeat of the 2011 Civic and its sudden redesign for 2012. I wholeheartedly think Honda wont have that issue, but feel free to leave your thoughts on the new CR-V in the comments below. Continue reading for the full driven review.
The Guardian - Sport
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Times of Israel
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Bleacher Report
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" Most of the time, Westbrook really has moved on. It's just his personality not to let go of stuff completely. And what people have lost sight of, according to one person close to Westbrook, is the irksome fact that Durant left to join the very team that eliminated Oklahoma City last spring. The All-Star Game blurred the lines of Thunder vs. Warriors . The regular season still doesn't. East's Other Beast on the Take We've covered the Celtics. The Raptors went for Ibaka. That leaves one other top-four Eastern Conference team, and the third-place Washington Wizards are highly likely to bolster their anemic bench at the trade deadline. Wizards general manager Ernie Grunfeld has been making the calls as opposed to just fielding them, according to NBA sources, so it's promising for Washington fans that someone is coming and guard Lou Williams , the Los Angeles Lakers ' leading scorer, would be an interesting fit.
Evening Standard - Sport
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BBC Parliament
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-- substantively. I want to stress I agree with some of the comments from the Labour front bench regarding resources. Out of the reason we are bringing forward provisions for unexplained wealth orders is that many law enforcement agencies think there is a Raft of these applications ready to be made right now.
The Week
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But with Jesus out for the rest of the season after breaking a bone in his foot, Aguero could be given a reprieve, although his place in the starting XI is by no means certain, says Al Hain-Cole of Goal.com . Guardiola clearly prefers playing a "fluid front three", he says, and that doesn't suit Aguero. "Should the former Bayern Munich boss choose to go down this route and leave Aguero on the bench yet again, then Kevin De Bruyne, Leroy Sane or Nolito could prove effective options to play in the false nine role." If he were left out of such a big game it would surely signal the beginning of the end of his City career. Against that backdrop, Hain-Cole believes the Monaco strikers could be a better bet when it comes to finding the net. Monaco boss Leonardo Jardim has seen his side score 76 goals in 24 Ligue 1 fixtures this season, "the best goals to game ratio in Europe's top five leagues".
Sky News
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ITV
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They always sing, who ate all the pies? And I thought, well, all the times I've never been able to do it, and probably that was the one time where I was on the bench and they've been singing it and I thought I'd just give them what they wanted. The manager brought me a pasty, which obviously I got caught eating.
Evening Standard - Sport
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Apartment Therapy
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If Ursula had unlimited money and space, her dream kitchen would be incredible. "Three ovens: two gas (one with steam injection) and a wood-fired buddy out back for good measure," she writes. But that's just the start. She'd also throw in "a six-burner gas range and a walk-in fridge and freezer because I mean why not?" An island with a cutting board tabletop would seat six, and a breakfast nook would have wrap-around bench seating. And why have only one or two compartments in your sink when you could choose three? "Approximately one trillion cupboards (bamboo with glass doors), a walk-in pantry for dry storage, and a compost chute that would go straight into a bin out back for reuse in my garden—because I'd also have a garden," she finishes. READ MORE »
The Guardian - Sport
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Wayne Shaw admitted he knew betting company was offering odds of 8-1Sutton chairman says ‘we will bring him back down to earthThe Football Association and Gambling Commission are investigating after Sutton United’s reserve goalkeeper Wayne Shaw admitted that he knew a betting company was offering odds of 8-1 against him eating a pie on the bench during the club’s 2-0 defeat by Arsenal in the FA Cup . The FA is considering taking action after Shaw was captured eating the pie towards the end of Monday night’s fifth round tie at Gander Green Lane. “We are investigating to establish whether there has been any breach of The FA rules relating to betting,” said a spokesman for football’s governing body. Continue reading...
Evening Standard - Sport
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Daily Mail - Rugby Union
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James Haskell has been featured as a replacement for England in both their Six Nations matches so far. The flanker has previously been on the bench England's victories over France and Wales.