uk regards it as its own custom the uk regards it as its own custom territory, that's what the protocol says. in practical terms the territory stayed in the eu single market for good and the eu is very concerned on their side that it doesn't become a back door into single market. and the uk wants to have the ability as it was relating the story to have an honesty box mechanism. effectively trying to get rid of border checks by irish seaboard checks, of course, by removing the requirement saying we have systems, we can have some labelling, this will prevent uk labelled goods that are specifically for it near than ilan entering these market. some of those ideas aren't completely novel. some are actually in the great. for the northern ireland protocol itself. however there are mechanisms that the eu felt comfort in comfortable with is a short—term option. something in eu
will regard as a wish list and words regarded essentially trying to inflame. offering a new plan potentially a bit of a promise to some people particularly members of the democratic unionist party. potentially offering them something thatis potentially offering them something that is no longer on offer, a level of integration that the rest of the great british market that simply isn't possible now after the treaty has been signed. it doesn't risk getting very fraught. and we go through i very much doubt this will be the last cycle. we could be getting more and more tense. on the month and you are exasperated and you say but you had in your hands, on another you look at the present risk of situation again reiterating, trying to bolt the door after the horses run off. not eating and the neighbouring field anymore. iain a
coule of neighbouring field anymore. iain a couple of lovely _ neighbouring field anymore. iain a couple of lovely things _ neighbouring field anymore. iain a couple of lovely things that - neighbouring field anymore. iain a couple of lovely things that stand out one is the old sea box idea the idea that you don't really need custom checks because people can be trusted. and the second is the idea that you could have labels saying this product from great britain can only be sold or used in northern ireland. it can't be used anywhere else in the eu. is it a runner? sorry to be a brexit bar on his having — sorry to be a brexit bar on his having written a book on brexit and business _ having written a book on brexit and business. these debates come of this conversation has been around even before _ conversation has been around even before the — conversation has been around even before the referendum. as we've just heard, _ before the referendum. as we've just heard, a _ before the referendum. as we've just heard, a treaty was locked down at the end _ heard, a treaty was locked down at the end of— heard, a treaty was locked down at the end of last year with a protocot _ the end of last year with a protocol. the whole issue kind of did for— protocol. the whole issue kind of did for teresa mae. getting brexit done _
did for teresa mae. getting brexit done was — did for teresa mae. getting brexit done was the idea. brexit was done but it— done was the idea. brexit was done but it was_ done was the idea. brexit was done but it was done with this protocol. what _ but it was done with this protocol. what can — but it was done with this protocol. what can unravel maybe not very much _ what can unravel maybe not very much i_ what can unravel maybe not very much. i think the honesty box is an interesting — much. i think the honesty box is an interesting concept. i too want to hear— interesting concept. i too want to hear more — interesting concept. i too want to hear more about that. i'm interested to know_ hear more about that. i'm interested to know that— hear more about that. i'm interested to know that in this ftps that boris johnson _ to know that in this ftps that boris johnson started his conversation with martin, the look not so he's not started — with martin, the look not so he's not started this conversation with brussels — not started this conversation with brussels. we know that the irish government is as concerned about how the protocol— government is as concerned about how the protocol is operating in many ways _ the protocol is operating in many ways as — the protocol is operating in many ways as the uk government because the whole _ ways as the uk government because the whole thing is a fudge. the question— the whole thing is a fudge. the question now is i'm looking at the pressure — question now is i'm looking at the pressure that dublin potentially puts on — pressure that dublin potentially puts on brussels on this issue. maybe, — puts on brussels on this issue. maybe, maybe not. but it's
interesting to see. that's where boris _ interesting to see. that's where borisjohnson started interesting to see. that's where boris johnson started this interesting to see. that's where borisjohnson started this idea. very— borisjohnson started this idea. very good — borisjohnson started this idea. very good piece in the economist about how effective irish diplomacy has been present particularly in the context of brexit. they've managed to get ireland, the eu onto ireland side in that argument. perhaps will be able to get kind of the eu onto the uk side on the side of the argument. very interesting. finally we have to end with a very expensive, dare i say, rather self—indulgent flight and you briefly into space would you really spend $550 million augmented on a flight? ifi spend $550 million augmented on a fliuht? ., spend $550 million augmented on a fliuht? . ”~ 1: spend $550 million augmented on a flit ht? ., "~ :: ., spend $550 million augmented on a flirht? ., "~ :: ., �* flight? ifi had $550 million i'm clearly not _ flight? ifi had $550 million i'm clearly not working _ flight? ifi had $550 million i'm clearly not working hard - flight? |f| had $550 million i'm| clearly not working hard enough flight? if i had $550 million i'm - clearly not working hard enough as a whether— clearly not working hard enough as a whether or— clearly not working hard enough as a whether or not it'sjust basals or richard — whether or not it'sjust basals or richard branson in my mind, good luck to _ richard branson in my mind, good luck to them. empty but for me is it 'ust luck to them. empty but for me is it just feels— luck to them. empty but for me is it
just feels a — luck to them. empty but for me is it just feels a little bit rocket fuels to mirrored. if i can mix all those together — to mirrored. if i can mix all those together. space and exploration absolutely drive size. i�*m together. space and exploration absolutely drive size.— together. space and exploration absolutely drive size. i'm going to interru -t absolutely drive size. i'm going to interrupt you- _ absolutely drive size. i'm going to interrupt you- i— absolutely drive size. i'm going to interrupt you. i want _ absolutely drive size. i'm going to interrupt you. i want to _ absolutely drive size. i'm going to interrupt you. i want to have - absolutely drive size. i'm going to interrupt you. i want to have and l absolutely drive size. i'm going toj interrupt you. i want to have and i have the last word on this. i interrupt you. i want to have and i have the last word on this.- have the last word on this. i think if ou have the last word on this. i think if you want _ have the last word on this. i think if you want to _ have the last word on this. i think if you want to set _ have the last word on this. i think if you want to set fire _ have the last word on this. i think if you want to set fire to - if you want to set fire to banknotes than a rocket is just as good as any other mechanism. it is than a rocket isjust as good as any other mechanism.— than a rocket isjust as good as any other mechanism. it is not to enact awful of amazon _ other mechanism. it is not to enact awful of amazon deliveries - other mechanism. it is not to enact awful of amazon deliveries about . other mechanism. it is not to enact| awful of amazon deliveries about to pay for that i would imagine. probably helped over the last 15 months over the pandemic. thank you both so much was that they will be back with more on the papers at half past 11. coming up next sport and brother and i will be back with more news at 11. good evening, i'm tulsen tollett with your sports news. in cricket england have claimed
a thrilling three wicket victory over pakistan to win their t20 match at old trafford, and with it a 2—1 series win. watching was adam wild. this is the noise cricket has long for. 22,000 inside old trafford raising those levels yet further pakistan with the bat. such lows comes with a warning, get it wrong miss it and you miss out. that was receives first of four wickets. pack them at two pakistan meant to 150 for celebrations and noise naturally. they might�*ve wanted more. whether they needed more well, that would be up to england's batsmen. in truth almost any target looks achievable whenjason roy takes aim. he passed 50 in a flash but one miss time blow for him for england's terrible timing in a massive beating. england and father and it was getting worse. this the
drama the crowd, the atmosphere deserved. two needed from three balls. they didn't need them all. chris jordan scribbling balls. they didn't need them all. chrisjordan scribbling the winning runs. the celebrants to eight celebrations in old trafford just belonged to england. it's been 16 months since celtic played a meaningful game in front of a crowd, and they drew the opening leg of their champions league qualifier with fc midtjylland1—1 in glasgow. ange postecoglou's first competitive match saw his side find the net first when debutant liel abada followed in a parried shot to take the hoops in front five minutes before the break but a needless foul from nir bitton on the stroke of half time that led to a second yellow card meant his side were down to ten, the danes then found themselves down to ten after the interval but evander ferreira found the net from a free kick to leave it honours even ahead of next wednesday's second leg in denmark. heavyweight world champion anthonyjoshua will fight oleksandr usyk on the 25th of september, at the tottenham hotspur stadium.
usyk�*s never fought for a heavyweight title, but has held all 4 belts in the cruserweight division. he'll risk his ibf, wba and wbo belts against the ukrainian, who is his mandatory challenger. joshua was set to fight tyson fury, but that fight was cancelled after fury had to honour a contract to face deontay wilder for the third time. south african rugby has announced this afternoon that all 3 tests against the british and irish lions will now take place in cape town. only the first test of the series was due to be in the city, with the next two taking place injohannesburg. however, after significant covid—related interruptions throughout the tour, south african rugby says leaving the current bio—secure environments, would expose the series to renewed risk. meanwhile, south africa have named their team for saturday's first test and captain siya kolisi is back, after recovering from covid—19. the 2019 world cup winning captain only rejoined the squad yesterday after 10 days in isolation. the side includes 11 players who started the world cup final.
it's important to get off a good start 100% against these guys. and we showed in the first, and that south africa a game, even, that, you know, if you get off to a bad start, it's difficult to come back. that's the kind of, on a smaller scale, when you look at the entire series as a whole, how important it is to try and get off to a good start not only in the game, but in the series. just three days out from the official start of the olympics, the head of the tokyo 2020 organising committee, hasn't ruled out cancelling the games. toshiro muto says he'll keep an eye on infection numbers and hold discussions with organisers if necessary. however, the president of the international olympic committee, thomas bach, says cancelling has never been an option. joe lynskey reports. faster, higher, stronger. but together.
the first events starts in a few hours' time when the ioc hopes the focus is the joy of sports. in this promotional video committee revealed a new word in the olympic motto — together. but this year, most metals will be one in silence. today, we hearjust how close they games came into being scrapped altogether. we had doubts every day. there were sleepless nights. cancellation would've been the easy way for us. we could have drawn on the insurance that we had at the time and moved on to paris 2021l. but in fact, cancellation was never an option for us. in the village, there are staggered athletes or but already, there are 71 people connected to the games that have tested positive. tokyo wants a strict grip on close contacts. it's caused disruption to bbc crews. the broadcasting from scotland will now spend much
of the gains in quarantine. then there are very strict playbooks for each client group which they have to follow, and unfortunately there are consequences if they aren't followed even if it isn't the fault of the person involves, and for that, we can on the apologise, but we need to make sure that these games are safe and secure. there are six unnamed british athletes who have had to isolate, but many others have now got to holding camps. tomorrow, the women's football starts when team gb play chile at 8:30 am. britain's four abominations together again, and across tokyo, they hope to the unity is key, a city and a country has spent billions on what will be the toughest games to stage. joe linsky, bbc news. world champion gerwyn price is through to the quarterfinals of the 2021 world matchplay darts beating johnny clayton 11 legs to three in blackpool. the welshman who's also the world
number one won his last eight legs against his compatriot who's the premier league champion to ease into the last eight. and that's all the sport for now. hello. the heat goes on and it will do for a couple more days and indeed nights. because of the persistence of the heat to the met office have issued in extreme heat warning. two particular areas have been identified, this one to the south west of england covering part of the midlands and wales, this one across northern ireland which comes into force on wednesday. it doesn't mean that these are the areas exclusively affected by the heat but these the two areas identified as potentially having the biggest impacts. you can see the heat an issue really from first thing on wednesday. we start our day with temperatures around 20 celsius in many areas.
it will be a little cooler through wednesday perhaps down from the north sea coast. just because we will pull a little bit more cloud in here but overall, still a very hot day lies ahead. temperatures across the southern uk widely in the high 20s to the low 30s was up putting up significantly will be northern ireland, hence while itjoins that heat warning perhaps 30 degrees towards the south west here. warmer along the north coast than yesterday but still cloudy for northern scotland with some lingering sea fog was up here temperatures are peaking in the near teens. that is the one area that stands out to being significantly cooler. later in the day potentially for showers across the northwest of england certainly another hot, humid night to come for many. we move into thursday, i suspect it will barely be a cloud in the sky and the temperatures will rise accordingly. still for northern scotland some cloud around and that does just hold things back in terms
of the temperatures but even here things are creeping up getting closer to 20 degrees with a potentially 31 for the south west of northern ireland, 31 or the south of england and wales. a change friday, a subtle want to start off with, and easterly wind and temperatures start to edge back. but through friday evening and overnight into saturday and on into the weekend low pressure starts to take hold from the south west. it will inject showers into england and wales, some heavy spells of rain to come for some. it will pull cooler air across all parts of the uk. so by saturday some suntan silver scotland and northern ireland but a fresher feel for all of us.
this is bbc news with the latest headlines for viewers in the uk and around the world. the us climate envoy warns that the suffering caused by the coronavirus will be magnified many times over if the world fails to tackle global warming. this test is now as acute and as existential as any previous one. torrential rain in central china is causing widespread disruption. these passengers had to be rescued from a subway train. the billionaire's space race heats up, as amazon founderjeff bezos launches to the edge of the cosmos. afterwards he summed up the experience. oh, my god! laughter my expectations were high and they were dramatically exceeded. drawing inspiration for the olympics — we introduce