probably are happy lot of hours were probably are happy with the _ lot of hours were probably are happy with the eu. that's a lot of the irish — with the eu. that's a lot of the irish no — with the eu. that's a lot of the irish. no more business people in northern— irish. no more business people in northern ireland are doing that make these _ northern ireland are doing that make these tensions have been boiling oven _ these tensions have been boiling oven the — these tensions have been boiling over. the buck did stop with olly foster. _ over. the buck did stop with olly foster, that is a big part of it. —— arlene _ foster, that is a big part of it. —— arlene foster. it will be quite a problem — arlene foster. it will be quite a problem for the government. she excepts _ problem for the government. she excepts the northern ista protocol as awareness and there is no guarantee that the next excess exit will do _ guarantee that the next excess exit will do the — guarantee that the next excess exit will do the same. —— northern ireland — will do the same. —— northern ireland protocol. that will be very important — ireland protocol. that will be very important for the government and it could _ important for the government and it could meah— important for the government and it could mean that a change again. it is damaging across the uk as a whole — is damaging across the uk as a whole. . ~ is damaging across the uk as a whole. . . ,., , is damaging across the uk as a whole. . . , ., . whole. the article points out that she initially _ whole. the article points out that she initially brushed _ whole. the article points out that she initially brushed aside - whole. the article points out that she initially brushed aside calls i she initially brushed aside calls for a leadership contest and said
she had bigger things to deal with. this is kind of the biggest thing and she is quick because the only alternative was humiliation. yes. the timing _ alternative was humiliation. yes. the timing of _ alternative was humiliation. yes. the timing of it _ alternative was humiliation. yes. the timing of it reminds - alternative was humiliation. yes. the timing of it reminds me - alternative was humiliation. yes the timing of it reminds me of the ernest hemingway tine the timing of it reminds me of the ernest hemingway line about how did you go bankrupt gradually then suddenly. laughter. it is set in the sense that it was only really 2a hours ago that it became clear there was such a direct threat to her leadership, but she's been under pressure for a long time. for the simple reality that borisjohnson simple reality that boris johnson promised repeatedly to the dup and others that there would not be an irish sea border, there would not be a border between the great britain and northern ireland. and of course the reality is there is one. that is extremely uncomfortable for you guinness, because their raison
d'etre is standing up for northern ireland as part of the united kingdom. the fact it is now a border in the irish sea between northern ireland and great britain is extremely uncomfortable and that is why arlene foster's leadership is over. though there are other issues, thatis over. though there are other issues, that is the primary reason. and it is also why the dup problems and the developing political crisis in northern ireland don't end here. i think both are bigger now.- think both are bigger now. olivia, do ou think both are bigger now. olivia, do you want _ think both are bigger now. olivia, do you want to — think both are bigger now. olivia, do you want to take _ think both are bigger now. olivia, do you want to take us _ think both are bigger now. olivia, do you want to take us through i think both are bigger now. olivia, l do you want to take us through the rather gloomy story on the front of the guardian, the context of environmental prospects for the planet about the melting glaciers in the rapidity processes it is now reaching? the rapidity processes it is now reachin: ? . the rapidity processes it is now reachin: ? , ., , the rapidity processes it is now reachina? , ., , ., ., reaching? yes. really alarming. over the last coople _ reaching? yes. really alarming. over the last couple of— reaching? yes. really alarming. over the last couple of decades _ reaching? yes. really alarming. over the last couple of decades and - reaching? yes. really alarming. over the last couple of decades and we - the last couple of decades and we know— the last couple of decades and we know the — the last couple of decades and we know the media real danger of rising
sea levels _ know the media real danger of rising sea levels stands especially to developing countries across the world — developing countries across the world it — developing countries across the world. it is one area of climate change — world. it is one area of climate change where it is not over the next couple _ change where it is not over the next couple of _ change where it is not over the next couple of days or centuries, it is over— couple of days or centuries, it is over the — couple of days or centuries, it is over the next few years we will see these _ over the next few years we will see these big _ over the next few years we will see these big changes happening. it is pretty— these big changes happening. it is pretty scary. these big changes happening. it is pretty scary-— pretty scary. george, it is a reminder. _ pretty scary. george, it is a reminder, those _ pretty scary. george, it is a reminder, those of - pretty scary. george, it is a reminder, those of us - pretty scary. george, it is a reminder, those of us who | pretty scary. george, it is a i reminder, those of us who live pretty scary. george, it is a - reminder, those of us who live and work in london, we are in a slightly protective bubble because of the thames very good that's been so effective in controlling the river rise and fall of the river thames. but there are many parts of the country that are quite vulnerable if sea levels rise. never mind the countries that will simply cease to exist and see level rises become significant, the maldives, bangladesh, other places. absolutely. it is very warning for anybody who lives in a coastal region and for those developing countries, as you mentioned, it is a really a reminder that it is not
that long ago that we solve the climate crisis as a distant threat. the reality is though that it is unfolding before our eyes, and yes of course, the pandemic side effects of course, the pandemic side effects of that was that admissions were lower—than—expected in 2020 but what you already are seeing is that really has made no difference to the long—term trajectory you are saying a big resurgence in the fossilfuel industries and it really heightens the emergency which of course you're saying joe biden as us president tried to show leadership on and also borisjohnson, head of the top 26 climate summit in november. —— top 26. he recognises the potential political advantage to the conservatives and willing green minded voters.— conservatives and willing green minded voters. ., ., ., ., minded voters. hear more about that in the state — minded voters. hear more about that in the state of _ minded voters. hear more about that in the state of the _
minded voters. hear more about that in the state of the union _ minded voters. hear more about that in the state of the union from - minded voters. hear more about that in the state of the union from joe - in the state of the union from joe biden. finalthoughts, observations biden. final thoughts, observations on biden. finalthoughts, observations on the before and after photos of the kane serves as they celebrate their tenth year anniversary? —— the kane richardson i love them. i kane richardson i love them. i camped out for their wedding when i was 17~ _ camped out for their wedding when i was 17~ i_ camped out for their wedding when i was 17. i think they are looking very— was 17. i think they are looking very happy. —— the cambridge is. happy_ very happy. —— the cambridge is. happy marriage. he very happy. -- the cambridge is. happy marriage-— very happy. -- the cambridge is. happy marriage. he is developing a mannificent happy marriage. he is developing a magnificent fore _ happy marriage. he is developing a magnificent fore head _ happy marriage. he is developing a magnificent fore head which - happy marriage. he is developing a magnificent fore head which i - happy marriage. he is developing a magnificent fore head which i for i magnificent fore head which i for one greatly appreciate. neither of you have anything to worry about that for a very long time. thank you both. i hope they don't you both again at 11:30pm and you the viewers. swart and with the coming up viewers. swart and with the coming up next and i'll be back with the rest of the news at the top of the hour. —— export and weather coming up. good evening, i'm tulson tollett and this is your sports news where we start with football and manchester city
will take a 2—1 advantage into the second leg of their champions league semifinal tie against paris saint germain next tuesday. both goals for pep guardiola's side came after the half time break in the french capital and natalie pirks was watching.... both have middle eastern owners, both have billions in the bank, both have never won the champions league. to join europe's elite, city would need to stop these two, the unplayable pair. and neymar�*s first warning came early. here's neymar with a chance! but mere moments later, city's defenders were caught too busy worrying about the wrong brazilian. marquinhos has scored! psg were looking right at home, but with little threat up front, city simply had to take their chances. frustrated much? time for a change, and in the second half city dug deep and put their trust in de bruyne. it's a goal for manchester city! city had their premier league swagger back, now outfoxing
paris at every turn. it is mahrez! mind the gap at the back. frustration and petulance sank in for psg. things went from bad to worse. with two away goals, city are in the driving seat. the match dubbed "el gasico" lived up to its billing. natalie pirks, bbc news. staying with the champions league, real madrid defender marcelo could miss their semifinal second leg at chelsea because he's been called up to monitor a polling station during local elections. the elections for the madrid assembly take place on tuesday the lath of may. real, who were held 1—1 at home in the first leg, play the second leg at stamford bridge the following day. there were two games in the women's super league tonight with third placed arsenal winning 2—0 at home to west ham. dutch striker vivianne miedema with the opener for the gunners before skipper kim little scored the second 12 minutes from time leaving them five points adrift of second placed manchester city while west ham drop
a place to tenth... while greek international veatriki sarri scored a 96th minute equaliser for birmingham city against rivals aston villa taking the blues up a place to ninth. the spotify chief executive daniel ek, says he's put together a compelling offer to buy arsenal despite the club's current owner stan kroenke saying that he won't sell. the swede who's a lifelong gunners supporter says he wants kroenke to hear him out, that his offer is serious, and he has the funds in place. arsenal legends thierry henry, dennis bergkamp and patrick vieira havejoined his bid to buy the club which follows fan protests at the emirates last week. following the irish domination at the cheltenham festival last month, britain hit back earlier today after clan des obeaux raced to victory in the punchestown gold cup. the paul nicholls trained 10—3 shot, ridden by sam twiston—davies, managed to hold off the favourite — al boum photo. it's a third gold cup success for nicholls after neptune collonges won in 2007 and 2008.
organisers of the tokyo olympics have released their latest guidance for athletes attending the games this summer. amongst the measures for those taking part includes having to take two tests before arrival and then daily testing while in the country. participants will also not be allowed to use public transport or visit any tourist areas, shops, restaurants, bars or gyms. organisers have also delayed a decision about whether local fans will be allowed to attend events. these playbooks are science and experience based playbooks. they are based and taking into account the latest scientific developments. they are based on the best scientific and medical expertise being available worldwide. they are developed
together with the world health organization, with independent experts and organisations from across the world. warren gatland says he feels for george north after the welshman sustained a season ending knee injury playing for ospreys on the weekend. it means the 29—year—old who claimed his 100th cap, during this years victory in the six nations, will miss the summer tour to south africa which would have been his third lions campaign. this morning north tweeted "sport can be cruel. it isa it is a big blow for the lions come a big blow for george as well. for a number of years we thought about the potential of sort of moving from the wing to the midfield and how would he go with that. he was looking incredibly promising from the six nations in the way he performed, so
a big loss for george i feel for him and i wish them a real speedy recovery and if he can get back to full fitness and back and playing international rugby. world number onejudd trump is out of the world snooker championship after losing his quarter—final match up against shaun murphy. trump who won this tournament in 2019 had a chance to take the match to a deciding frame before missing this red. former champion murphy edged the closely contested match 13 frames to ii and will play last year's beaten finalist kyren wilson for a place in the final... three—time winner mark selby is through. he started the day 6—2 ahead of another former champion in mark williams but lostjust one more frame, on his way to a commanding 13—3 win and will play 2015 winner stuart bingham for the right to play the decider. and that's all the sport for now.
hello there. it took till the into the month before they started to make an appearance, but april showers feature quite heavily in the forecast through the rest of this week and into the weekend. and don't expect things to warm up as we see april out and go into may. it is going to be on the chilly side. area of low pressure with this weather front, which brought rain to end wednesday across southern counties. continues to push away eastwards, opening the door to north to north easterly winds for all, all the way from the arctic. the blue colours indicating that cold air in place, and once again this morning, a fairly widespread frost away from the towns and city centres. that makes it every day in april so far, somewhere in the uk has seen a frost. lovely bright start, though, for many. one or two early showers, wales and the southwest, but the bulk of the showers will be north east england, eastern scotland, northern ireland. some of these could be heavy with hail and thunder. just watch how they develop to the day — become a bit more widespread, pushing a bit further southwards. now, it is going to be a day where
some of you stay completely dry. southern counties maybe along some eastern coasts, too, but all will be in that north to northeasterly airflow for all. temperatures will be down on where we should be. should be around 12 in aberdeen, just eight. should be 15 in london, just 12, as we go through the second half of the day. now, into the evening and through thursday night into friday, we will see clear skies return once again. a few showers to continue through the night, but another frosty night to see the last morning of the month. just about anywhere again away from towns and city centres. could have a bit of ice, too. we've seen some overnight showers and like thursday, showers will start to develop, becoming heavy with hail and thunder. more, though, compared with thursday across parts of wales, central and southern england, particularly southernmost counties, and it will still stay chilly even though the breeze is not desperately strong. and that breeze becomes even less of a feature as we go through friday night into saturday. notice how the isobars aligned, opening out fairly light winds across the uk, and that does mean as the showers develop through the day after a sunny — in places, frosty — start, where you do catch some, they will be slow moving.
most prone towards the south and southwest of the uk, western scotland and northern ireland. temperatures still down on where we should be for the time of year. fewer showers potentially on sunday, butjust watch what happens as we head into a bank holiday monday. deep area of low pressure pushes its way towards us, could be bringing after a bright start some heavy rain and strong winds. we'll keep you updated.
this is bbc news, with the latest headlines for viewers in the uk and around the world. president biden is going big in his first address to a joint—session of congress. he's due to set out plans for trillions of dollars in government spending — but the republicans are wary. here in the uk, prime minister borisjohnson feels the heat as a formal investigation is launched into the funding for refurbishing his downing street flat. india's covid crisis deepens — hospitals overwhelmed, record infections, and soaring death rates. we have a special report from delhi. through the day, there are frantic please for oxygen, hospital beds, medicines — on the phone, online, even on the streets. and michael collins,