17 February 2017, 01:39 | Joan Schultz
City are eight points behind Chelsea in the league despite beating Bournemouth on Monday
Attacks on judges 'undermine rule of law': United Kingdom court chief
Lord Neuberger said politicians did not speak out quickly or clearly enough and some media attacks had been unfair. The Supreme Court chief later upheld the decision after the PM unsuccessfully appealed to the country's top court.
Tony Blair calls on Remainers to 'rise up' and block Brexit
He will say there has been no "real discussion as to why and when Brexit doesn't affect the immigration people most care about". Blair will also say "the term "Hard Brexit" requires amendment".
U.S. 'absolutely' supports two-state solution: USA ambassador to UN
Haley's comments come a day after US President Donald Trump appeared to walk back US commitment to the two-state solution. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned against abandoning the idea of a two-state solution.
Arsene Wenger risks ire of Gunners fans for selecting David Ospina
Neuer saved Sanchez's penalty, but the Chile worldwide drilled home the rebound from a tight angle at the second attempt. But we know as well every minute of tomorrow's game will have a big influence on our chances at home to knock them out.