Real Madrid ‘aim high’ for Harry Kane and Jesse Lingard is set to ‘snub’ Arsenal

Description Tottenham striker Harry Kane is captain of the England team Credits Lindsey Parnaby/AFP/Getty Images Alt Text Tottenham striker Harry Kane is captain of the England team Four Premier League clubs join race to sign Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos One-Minute Read Monday, April 6, 2020 – 11:39am Real set sights on Kane Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane has regularly been linked with a move to Real Madrid and according to reports the Spaniards remain very interested in the England captain. See related ‘I’m ambitious – I want to win trophies’: Harry Kane casts doubt on Spurs future Spanish newspaper Sport says Real want to sign a new striker and are… Read More

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3 countries have started to slow the coronavirus with total lockdowns. Here’s how long they took to work.

Italy, Spain and France have the three worst coronavirus outbreaks in Europe. All are in lockdown — and there are clear signs that it is working. It has taken between three and four weeks since the countries ordered lockdowns for daily new infections and deaths to begin to decline. On Sunday, each country had recorded at least a two-day consecutive decline in deaths from the virus, and new recorded cases also appear to be dropping, according to figures on Worldometer. The numbers from China, however, suggest it may take more like a month for the impact on coronavirus deaths to really be felt. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.… Read More

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Sister Wives Recap: Will Therapy Save Kody and Meri Brown?

Sister Wives took a break this week from focusing on Kody Brown’s issues with all his spouses… … to focus on Kody Brown’s issues with one spouse in particular. We’re talking, of course, about Meri, who has been with Kody the longest — and who has seemed the absolute most unhappiest of all the Sister Wives ever since this family moved to Arizona. Meri has made no secret of this discontent, either. Just before Sunday night’s installment aired, for example, Meri hinted that she was ready to walk away from her husband. (And, really, can anyone out there blame her for feeling this way?) At least aware of the obstacles… Read More

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Tesla previews its ventilator powered by Model 3 tech

Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Tesla has shared an update on the ventilator it’s developing to address the shortage caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. In a new video posted on the company’s YouTube channel, Tesla’s engineers show off two versions of the ventilator, a prototype model with its components laid out across a desk, as well as a packaged model that shows how it might look when used by a hospital. Tesla CEO Elon Musk promised to build the ventilators last month after New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio asked for the company’s help. Tesla has been criticized for attempting to invent a new ventilator rather than… Read More

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Instant Opinion: Keir Starmer’s first 100 days

Your guide to the best columns and commentary on Monday 6 April Analysis The Week Staff Monday, April 6, 2020 – 11:11am The Week’s daily round-up highlights the five best opinion pieces from across the British and international media, with excerpts from each. 1. John Rentoul in The Independent on the new Labour leader Keir Starmer’s first 100 days: How can he make a mark in a crisis? “The huge scale of the post-corona recession will make it possible to forget most of the policies he has inherited from Corbyn without ever needing to reject them explicitly. New priorities will overwrite old ones. So it may be that the Blairites… Read More

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Oil prices slump 3% after Saudi Arabia and Russia delay talks to end their price war

Crude oil prices slid more than 3% on Monday on reports that Russia and Saudi Arabia have postponed their oil production meeting to Thursday, casting doubt on a potential deal. Brent crude fell 3.1% to $33.10 and West Texas Intermediate fell 3% to $27.50, after surging last week on deal hopes. On Sunday, President Donald Trump threatened to impose “very substantial tariffs” on oil imports if Saudi Arabia and Russia do not reach a deal to end their price war. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Global oil prices slid on Monday after Saudi Arabia and Russia postponed talks to cut output as the coronavirus pandemic continues to hammer… Read More

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Oil prices slump 3% after Saudi Arabia and Russia delay talks to end their price war

Crude oil prices slid as much as 3% on Monday on reports that Russia and Saudi Arabia have postponed their oil production meeting to Thursday, casting doubt on a potential deal. Brent crude fell 2.3% to $33.60 in early trading on Monday, after jumping as much as 47% last week. On Sunday, President Donald Trump threatened to impose “very substantial tariffs” on oil imports if Saudi Arabia and Russia do not reach a deal to end their price war. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Global oil prices slid on Monday after Saudi Arabia and Russia postponed talks to cut output as the coronavirus pandemic continues to hammer demand.… Read More

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