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FA Cup: Vote for best goal of fifth round

FA Cup fifth round: Watch the best goals Manchester United beat Chelsea to join Manchester City in the FA Cup quarter-finals – and goals from both teams’ games make our selection of the best of the fifth round. Watch our choice of the six best efforts from the latest round of matches in this season’s competition and vote for your favourite below. If you are viewing this page on the BBC News app please click here to vote. Source link

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Chelsea v Man Utd: Vote for your favourite FA Cup goal

Chelsea v Man Utd: Best FA Cup goals FA Cup fifth round: Chelsea v Manchester United Date: Monday 18 February Venue: Stamford Bridge Live on BBC One from 19:00 GMT, plus live text commentary on the BBC Sport website Chelsea host Manchester United in Monday’s FA Cup fifth-round tie, which will be shown live on BBC One and the BBC Sport website and app. There have been some great games and goals in their previous FA Cup meetings over the past 20 years – but which is your favourite? Watch…

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Brexit: PM could delay final vote on Brexit

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionTheresa May says she would need “some time” to hold further talks with the EU Theresa May has set out plans to bypass Commons rules in order to get a Brexit deal ratified in time for the UK to leave the EU on 29 March. The prime minister told MPs she would lift a requirement for a 21-day delay before any vote to approve an international treaty. It opens up the possibility she could delay the final Brexit vote until days before…

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Does Nigeria’s ‘generation democracy’ want to vote?

Nigeria’s first presidential election with a generation of voters who have only known democracy takes place next weekend. Up until 20 years ago, the country was led by a succession of military rulers or short-lived civilian administrations. But has a democratic era delivered for young people? Some 18 to 20-year-olds in Lagos and Abeokuta spoke to the BBC: ‘Nigerian politics is messed up’ Emmanuel Odumade, artist, 19 When it comes to the elections, I did register to vote. But I won’t lie, the registration process was so stressful, and we…

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No confidence vote in Labour MP Luciana Berger pulled

Image copyright PA Motions of no confidence in Labour MP Luciana Berger have been withdrawn by her local party after a bitter row. Activists in Liverpool Wavertree said Ms Berger – a critic of Labour’s handling of anti-Semitism and Brexit – had been undermining Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell defended the move, sparking fierce criticism from MPs supporting Ms Berger. The two motions have now been pulled. An email was sent to Constituency Labour Party (CLP) members, warning them that the meeting planned for next Sunday had…

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Labour MP Luciana Berger faces no confidence vote

Image copyright UK Parliament A Labour MP is facing a vote of no confidence from local party members who accuse her of “continuously criticising” Jeremy Corbyn. Luciana Berger has spoken out over the party’s handling of anti-Semitism and its stance on Brexit. She has been backed by former Labour leader Ed Miliband. But shadow chancellor John McDonnell said she should reject claims she supported a “breakaway party” to show members she was “sticking with Labour”. Ms Berger said she would be not be “distracted from fighting for the interests of…

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Brexit vote: How can Article 50 be extended?

Image copyright Leon Neal Image caption Labour MP Yvette Cooper is trying to block a no-deal Brexit As you’ve probably noticed by now, time to reach a Brexit deal is running short. So how easy would it be to delay the process? First of all, it would mean extending the Article 50 negotiating period. When people talk about Article 50, they are referring to Article 50 of the EU’s Lisbon Treaty – the section that sets out what happens when a country decides it wants to leave the European Union.…

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Newspaper headlines: Front pages focus on key Brexit vote

Newspaper headlines: Front pages focus on key Brexit vote By BBC News Staff Image caption As MPs prepare to return to Parliament to vote on the prime minister’s Brexit plan B, the i questions whether the UK can really leave the EU as scheduled in 60 days. There is no sign of backing for her deal, it suggests – listing some of the challenges the PM faces on its front page. Image caption The Daily Express says Theresa May is warning MPs against backing an amendment to her plans that…

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Brexit: MPs vote ‘no’ to Theresa May’s deal

Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal has been rejected by 230 votes. It’s the biggest ever government defeat in history. The so-called “meaningful vote” comes at the end of five days of debate over the plan. MPs voted by 432 votes to 202 to reject the deal, which sets out the terms of Britain’s exit from the EU on 29 March. Live updates here Source link

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Labour’s no confidence motion: How did my MP vote?

Image copyright AFP MPs have voted for Theresa May’s government to continue, rejecting Labour’s motion of no confidence by 325 votes to 306. To find out how your MP voted, use the look-up below. MPs have voted entirely along party lines, resulting in a majority of 19 in support of Theresa May’s government. Please upgrade your browser to view this interactive Click here if you cannot see the look-up. Data from Commons Votes Services. Before Wednesday’s vote, there had not been a motion of no confidence for over 20 years.…

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