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While appreciating the Senate President for finding a space in his large heart to forgive the lawmaker who physically assaulted him during the melee, IGP, right.

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"Based on the resolve (of conservatives) and the lack of changes in the bill, Mr Femi Falana SAN, But the other side of the coin is that it could be that the woman is also called. who looks like he wouldn’t be out of place in a Tekken game, scored the equaliser and set up the winner to keep Arsenal close on the heels of the top four The Gunners stand fifth behind Chelsea on goal difference They would’ve displaced Chelsea from the fourth had the Blues not managed to edge past a struggling Bournemouth Chelsea have a propensity of becoming extra vulnerable against floundering teams Exhibit A: The Crystal Palace loss But Eden Hazard delivered the goods in a 1-0 win Chelsea dominated possession and created many chances but could only find the net once; a slightly troubling sight but Antonio Conte would take the three points People got to see his fiery side when he dismissed talks about unrest at Chelsea and rumours about a looming Carlo Ancelotti as ‘b******t’ and with performances on the field picking up Chelsea seemed to have shrugged off the Palace debacle And the Spurs loss means they close in on third spot behind the two Manchester teams Saturday also saw Palace take on West Ham in the misery derby Both teams have been struggling this season and it seemed like Palace were on their way to the ninth loss of the season But Wilfried Zaha turned saviour again when he netted in an injury time equaliser The image of an ecstatic Roy Hodgson raising his arms in celebration as a dejected Slaven Bilic falls to his knees with his face in his hands went viral encapsulating the joy and misery football can bring in one frame Someone has to cry when Hodgson smiles It was a muted Sunday followed by a low key Monday night fixture this Gameweek Brighton and Hove Albion pulled off another amazing result when they held Southampton to a 1-1 draw thus maintaining their mid-table charge It has been a good season till now for newly-promoted sides Newcastle United sit at ninth Brighton at 12th and Huddersfield at 13th It has not been a good season however for Everton They slumped to a 2-0 defeat against Leicester City barely a week after they fired Ronald Koeman as manager Caretaker manager David Unsworth hardly looked like he lifted the team’s morale; Everton were woeful They were no match for Leicester’s foxy pace as Demerai Gray ran havoc in the midfield On the other hand new Leicester manager Claude Puel seemed to have an instant impact with a winning start But it would be wise to reserve judgements They were playing Everton after all Writing about the Premier League sometimes also means that you have to stay up late on a Monday night to watch Burnley beat Newcastle; it is painful especially if you have a soft corner for the latter Burnley manager Sean Dyche who is now being courted by Everton marked his five years in charge of Burnley with a win that was hardly deserved In a match that was as exciting as doing your laundry Newcastle took a cautious approach on the road and ended up paying for it But let’s forget about the laundry because it’s Champions League week English clubs have been flying in Europe this season just as steadily as England seems to be flying away from the European Union Big questions this week: can Chelsea conquer Rome Can Spurs be bad hosts to Real Madrid (who by the way lost to Girona in La Liga this week) Can Brendan Rodgers produce a tactical masterclass against Bayern Munich Why the heck not Moscow: Julia Goerges will seek to end a six-year wait for a title when she faces Daria Kasatkina of Russia in the Kremlin Cup final The seventh-seeded Goerges recovered from a second-set slump to beat Russian player Natalia Vikhlyantseva 6-2 2-6 7-5 in their semi-final Friday Daria Kasatkina in action against Irina-Camelia Begu at the Kremlin Cup Reuters Victory for Goerges in Saturday’s final would end a run of six losses in finals stretching back to 2011 when the German player won in Stuttgart Three of those losses came in the space of two months this summer Earlier Friday Kasatkina reached her second WTA final of the year when she beat 2014 runner-up Irina-Camelia Begu 6-2 6-3 Kasatkina’s strong returns punished Begu’s serve and restricted the Romanian to holding serve just once in each set The 20-year-old Kasatkina is seeking her second career title after victory in Charleston in April In the men’s draw Damir Dzumhur of Bosnia and Herzegovina booked a place in the semi-finals by defeating 2012 champion Andreas Seppi of Italy 4-6 6-2 6-4 who scored a last minute penalty to take Egypt to the World Cup, coming up with a special events parking plan and adjusting downtown’s parking assessment districts. An eyewitness said the incident involved a woman who just withdrew an undisclosed sum of money from the bank.

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