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The Football Supporters Federation provide a biannual update from each Premier and Football League club’s Supporter Liaison Officer. Sunderland’s very own Chris Waters provided these four points: Yes, we allow banners in the home and away ends. A fire safety certificate is required for all banners over 7ft x 3ft. All fire rating documents should be supplied before banners can enter the stadium. They should be classified as Class O spread of flame. No flags on ชุดผ้าปูที่นอนลายการ์ตูน poles are allowed. Banners should not be fixed to hand rails with gaffer tape. Contact the club directly on email@example.com with details on the banner content, size of the banner, their seat details for the game and how many supporters are bringing the banner into the stadium. Home End – approach a steward who will show the group a suitable area to display the banner.
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Peru's Congress ousts cabinet as political crisis deepens Pastors stand firm as Trump's evangelical base weakens Domestic pressure keeps Suu Kyi silent on the Rohingya September 15, 2017 / 5:21 AM / Updated 7 hours ago Peru's Congress ousts cabinet as political crisis deepens Peru's President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski attends the 131st IOC session in Lima, Peru, September 14, 2017. REUTERS/Guadalupe Pardo LIMA (Reuters) - Peru’s opposition-controlled Congress ousted center-right President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski’s cabinet in a vote of no-confidence early on Friday, pitching the copper-producing Andean country into its worst political crisis in years. In a gamble that will likely force him to scrap his plans to travel abroad later in the day, Kuczynski had dared Congress on Wednesday to revoke its confidence in his cabinet if it insisted on forcing out his second education minister. Under Peru’s constitution, if Congress does not deliver a president a vote of confidence for his cabinets twice, the president can summon new legislative elections. But the rightwing populist opposition party Popular Force, led by Kuczynski’s defeated electoral rival, Keiko Fujimori, answered Prime Minister Fernando Zavala’s request on Thursday to back his cabinet with a resounding ‘no.’ Peru’s single-chamber Congress, where Popular Force has an absolute majority, voted 77-22 to dismiss Zavala’s cabinet. Kuczynski now has 72 hours to swear in a new cabinet. While he cannot name Zavala as prime minister again, Kuczynski can reappoint other ministers in his cabinet. Going forward, Kuczynski might have a freer hand to govern in the remaining four years of his term if the opposition steers clear of a fresh confrontation out of fear of losing its majority. Peru's President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski attends the 131st IOC session in Lima, Peru, September 14, 2017.
Even the hopelessly unsophisticated racist in your life likely fancies himself proudly politically incorrect or a teller of hard truths. No, a proper racist’s sign is not subtle, and the kind of racist who might wield such a sign is not known for wry observations. A racist’s sign will say something like “HANG IN THERE OBAMA” next to a picture of a gallows. Often, it will contain at least one brutal misspelling (“OBAMA HALF-BREEd MUSLiN” is a personal favorite, as if someone had set out to make cheesecloth and instead crafted a two-term president). And for the truly lazy racist in your life, an unsteady swastika spray painted on a bathroom wall will do just fine. And the more burnished bigots? They now trade only in euphemism. They are “defenders of traditional values” or “protectors of western culture” or some such clownery. They’re also not big sign guys.
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