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· Legal experts review Black Minnesota teen’s life sentence →
Burrell, 16 at the time of Tyesha’s killing, has steadfastly proclaimed his innocence saying he was not even at the scene.
· The Texas Rangers’ team name must go →
If the team ownership, as it proclaims, condemns “racism, bigotry and discrimination in all forms,” there is an easy way for it to prove that.
· This Isn't Your Parents' Bryant-Denny Stadium →
• Hear a sellout crowd go nuts every time they show Paul W. “Bear” Bryant's gravely voice proclaiming “I ain’t nothin’ but a winner.”
· The Tories’ latest Brexit plans expose frictionless trade as a fiction →
The proclaimed benefit in all this is a mere abstraction – all a vague opportunity for the country.
· Man City ban decision prompts big UEFA question from Liverpool fans and football world →
Kristof Terreur, the London-based European football correspondent for Belgian outlet HLN, proclaimed: “It's the end of FFP as we know it.”
· EXCLUSIVE: Former Liverpool coach with chance for Wembley glory explains how Reds legend shaped him →
The Duke of Wellington is alleged to have proclaimed that the Battle of Waterloo “was won on the playing fields of Eton.”
· Mont Blanc's melting glacier yields time capsule of Indian history →
Retreating French ice leaves behind newspapers proclaiming Indira Gandhi’s rise to PM, probably from 1966 plane crash
· Type 2 diabetes: The 50p vegetable proven to reduce blood sugar and prevent complications →
The charity proclaims that diabetics have up to a five times higher risk of cardiovascular disease, which can lead to a stroke.
· Rishi Sunak is an unwelcome reminder to Boris Johnson of his political mortality →
And is he really as bold as his cheerleaders proclaim?
· The EU will be pulling the strings for years so rip up the deal Boris! says MATTHEW PATTEN →
Then, most of us think that whatever relationship we’ve agreed with the EU, Boris will be our very own Henry VIII, able once again to proclaim that our British Parliament is the final authority in matters relating to the UK.