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Harry Kane: Tottenham striker out until March with ankle injury

Harry Kane: Tottenham striker out until March with ankle injury

Sports
Tottenham striker Harry Kane will be out until March after injuring ankle ligaments in Sunday's 1-0 Premier League defeat by Manchester United.Spurs say the England captain, 25, will return to training in early March.Kane, Tottenham's top scorer this season with 20 goals, is likely to miss both legs of the Champions League last-16 tie with Borussia Dortmund. He will also be unavailable for the second leg of the Carabao Cup semi-final against Chelsea on 24 January.Kane injured his left ankle when he was caught between United's Phil Jones and Victor Lindelof late in the game at Wembley.Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino said after the match: "It was a clear foul on Harry Kane, a big hit. [Re...
Tottenham: New stadium not ready until at least March

Tottenham: New stadium not ready until at least March

Sports
Tottenham say their new stadium will not be ready to host matches until at least March.Spurs were originally scheduled to move into the new White Hart Lane stadium in September but the project has suffered construction delays."I should like to apologise to our fans and thank you for your continued patience," said Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy. More to follow. Let's block ads! (Why?) BBC Sport - Sport
UK car registrations plunge in March

UK car registrations plunge in March

Business
Car registrations plunged in March, according to figures from industry body the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).Preliminary data shows the UK new car market shrank by 15.7% last month compared with 2017.Demand for diesel vehicles fell 37%, but demand for petrol was flat and that for alternative fuel models rose 5.7%.March 2017 was a record month as customers bought new vehicles ahead of a change in Vehicle Excise Duty.New car sales fell for the first time in six years in 2017, with a 5.7% decrease to about 2.5 million vehicles.Demand for diesel cars plunged by 17% last year, meaning the pace of decline for such vehicles in March has more than doubled.Analysis: Theo Leggett, BBC business correspondentAt first glance, this looks like deeply worrying news for the automotive ...
March For Our Lives: Huge gun-control rallies sweep US

March For Our Lives: Huge gun-control rallies sweep US

World
Media playback is unsupported on your deviceHundreds of thousands of protesters are taking to the streets across the US to call for tighter gun control.The March For Our Lives movement arose after 17 deaths in a school shooting in Parkland, Florida, last month.Student leader and Parkland survivor Emma Gonzalez gave a powerful speech at the main Washington DC event.After listing the names of the victims, she stayed silent on stage for six minutes, 20 seconds - the time it took for them to be killed. More than 800 sister protests were planned nationwide and abroad, with solidarity events taking place in Edinburgh, London, Geneva, Sydney and Tokyo. As it happened: March For Our LivesIn pictures: Marches across the US and worldwideWhat happened in Washington? Huge crowds - including a high pro...