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If Harry Kane does not move to Real Madrid within the next two years he will never leave Tottenham Hotspur, claims Lothar Matthaus

If Harry Kane does not move to Real Madrid within the next two years he will never leave Tottenham Hotspur, claims Lothar Matthaus

Sports
move it! The 1990 World Cup winner believes Kane is ready to play for Los Blancos now but needs to try and make a move happen if he wants to leave Spurs Harry Kane should move to Real Madrid within the next two years if he wants to play for the LaLiga giants in his career, according to Germany great Lothar Matthaus. The Tottenham striker has been linked with a Bernabeu transfer in recent years thanks to his splendid form for the Premier League club and England. Kane has 146 goals in 187 games for Spurs Kane and Spurs have a crunch Champions League match at PSV Eindhoven – a game you can listen to live on talkSPORT –  on Wednesday night knowing anything other than a win will effectively end their hopes of reaching the last 16....
Airline insists that bizarre Drew Barrymore interview for in-flight magazine is real

Airline insists that bizarre Drew Barrymore interview for in-flight magazine is real

World
EgyptAir is standing by the author of a bizarre Drew Barrymore profile that appeared in the airline's in-flight magazine. The interview in the in-flight magazine Horus was widely-assumed to be fake by online readers, after traveler Adam Baron, tweeted an image of it and described it as “surreal.” The piece, which focuses on “Barrymore the mother,” opens with a one-page introduction that labels the popular actress as being famous for “unstable relationships" and “unsuccessful marriages” -- which the author writes is only natural due to the early divorce of Barrymore’s parents. The author said that the divorce had prompted Barrymore to "subconsciously [seek] attention and care from a male figure." The author, Aida Takla, goes on to ask ab...
Killer of 400 cats thought to be a man in his 40s, but real culprits aren't human

Killer of 400 cats thought to be a man in his 40s, but real culprits aren't human

World
The mystery behind the killing and mutilation of more than 400 cats in London has been solved after a three-year investigation. The identity of the so-called "Croydon cat killer," named after a section of London, was thought by some to be a white male in his 40s but it turns out the culprits are cars and foxes, the Metropolitan Police found. “Following a thorough examination of the available evidence, officers working alongside experts have concluded that hundreds of reported cat mutilations in Croydon and elsewhere were not carried out by a human and are likely to be the result of predation or scavenging by wildlife on cats killed in vehicle collisions,” police said. The investigation into the cat killings was launched in September 2015 when Ukiyo, a 4-year-old ragdoll...
Fake news 'crowding out' real news, MPs say

Fake news 'crowding out' real news, MPs say

Technology
Media playback is unsupported on your device The volume of disinformation on the internet is growing so big that it is starting to crowd out real news, the Commons Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee chairman has said.Tory MP Damian Collins said people struggle to identify "fake news".MPs in their committee report said the issue threatens democracy and called for tougher social network regulation.The government said it plans to introduce a requirement for electoral adverts to have a "digital imprint".This would mean that all political communications carried online would need to clearly identify who it was published by.Labour said the government "needs to wake up to the new challenges we face and finally update electoral laws".The repo...
‘If you leave you are dead to me’ – Chelsea fans are terrified Eden Hazard could leave the Premier League to join Real Madrid

‘If you leave you are dead to me’ – Chelsea fans are terrified Eden Hazard could leave the Premier League to join Real Madrid

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FEELING BLUE The Belgium captain admitted 'it might be time to try something different' after the game against England Eden Hazard admitted he could leave Chelsea this summer, and Blues fans have reacted furiously. Speaking after the 2-0 World Cup win over England, Hazard admitted ‘it might be time to discover something different’ after six years at Stamford Bridge. Hazard secured Belgium’s best ever World Cup finish on Saturday Ever since Cristiano Ronaldo left the Bernabeu to join Juventus, speculation has been rife as to who could replace the Portuguese superstar. It seems Hazard is top of the list and, if the 27-year-old’s comments are anything to go by, a deal could be done this summer. Speaking to B...