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and a bit misty and murky, but most and a bit misty and murky, but where the sky is clear for any length of time, east anglia particularly could turn quite chilly, and one or two spots down to 2 . a lot of cloud around tomorrow and the cloud thick enough to produce the odd spot of rain or drizzle but it should break to give some sunny spells. north—east scotland should see some sunshine and bright eclipses for northern ireland, parts of finland and wales and temperatures respectable for the time of year between iii and temperatures respectable for the time of year between ia and i7 time of year between ia and 17 although it will be breezy across the north. as we head into thursday, high pressure in charge to the south so dry weather here, but this frontal system is digging its way into ward scotland and will bring outbreaks of rain, moving southwards, and it will be a windy day across scotland and the wind will change direction and start to come down from the north. that is the sign of things to come because although thursday will be another relatively mild day, 15, 16, as we move out of thursday and friday we do see something of a change as the weather and starts to move its way
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south and as you can see from the blue triangles, it is a cold front and that means the air behind the front is going to be turning colder and you can see the blue colour is easing into the picture for friday so it's going to be a chilly feeling day but by this stage, more of us should get to see some sunshine. a reminder of our top story. one of the uk's worst ever public health failures. a report by mps say thousands died because too little was done at the start of the pandemic. that's all from the bbc news at six. so it's goodbye from me, and on bbc one we nowjoin the bbc�*s news teams where you are. hello and welcome to sportsday on a night when three of the home nations are in action in the world cup qualifiers, — i'mjane dougall. the fans have followed all the way to the faroe islands — it's a vital match for scotland in their
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bid to automatically qualify for the world cup. that's already pretty likely for england. just hours until southgate�*s side take on hungary — but will the manager risk playing his youngsters again? and, is netball at risk from losing it's place at the commonwealth games? we'll hear from the president of world netball also coming up in the programme... swimming through sewage, shipping lanes and with a risk of hypothermia, chloe mccardel has done that 43 times. we'll hear from her as she attempts to break the record for swimming the english channel. welcome to the programme, a huge
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night awaits us in the world cup qualifiers, with england, scotland and northern ireland all in action. for northern ireland, it's not looking promising as they prepare to play bulgaria; for england — failing any banana skins — they should qualify automatically; but it will be tougher for scotland. they're second in their group after beating israel at hampden on saturday and — injust over an hours' time — they play the faroe islands. if scotland win and other results go their way — they could automatically qualify tonight. they need two wins to guarentee it. earlier i spoke to our reporter alisdair lamont who's in the faroe islands and asked him if scotland had momentum after that win against israel? i certainly think they do. not only that victory against israel which was huge for qualification prospects but also if you look back to the previous month read there was victory in vienna which i'm not sure too many people saw coming and even before that they one at home with
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steve clark playing up the significance of all three of those results which definitely gave scotland momentum and is probably one of the results that were used still in terms of scotland and qualification process. obviously scotland have been to the pharaohs and on a couple of occasions they have not come away all three points which i guess will be worrying for some of the fans who followed them here. there is a sense that this is a different scotland. a bit more of positivity about them. yesterday the manager was asked about the significance of a couple of those previous results. the significance of a couple of those previous results.— previous results. the historic results do — previous results. the historic results do not _ previous results. the historic results do not matter. - previous results. the historic results do not matter. but i previous results. the historic. results do not matter. but what matters — results do not matter. but what matters is — results do not matter. but what matters is that they are improving all the _ matters is that they are improving all the time. much improved indian nations— all the time. much improved indian nations in_ all the time. much improved indian nations in donations is illegal and can bring — nations in donations is illegal and can bring games and well organized. this court— can bring games and well organized. this court line at hampden was a storyline — this court line at hampden was a storyline that had a bit of grass on it for— storyline that had a bit of grass on it for us _
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storyline that had a bit of grass on it for us it — storyline that had a bit of grass on it for us. it was a tight game for a long _ it for us. it was a tight game for a longtime — it for us. it was a tight game for a long time and it was only to whites the end _ long time and it was only to whites the end that we started to get on them _ the end that we started to get on them we — the end that we started to get on them. we expected a difficult game. the population of the faroe islands is 48,000. it's a small country but as you mentioned, scotland has a checkered past with them. it would be typically scottish to get a result against an arguably better where a larger country and then not to get a result against a smaller one. ., ., ~ ., , to get a result against a smaller one. ., ., ~ . , ., one. you would like me have seen far too much of— one. you would like me have seen far too much of scotland _ one. you would like me have seen far too much of scotland over— one. you would like me have seen far too much of scotland over the - one. you would like me have seen far too much of scotland over the past i too much of scotland over the past few years to take anything for granted in terms of the scheme or any other game so you're absolutely right. we do have a history of sometimes outdoing ourselves at times and then falling and we are not really expected to. as i mentioned previously i get a sense that this is a slightly different scotland under steve clark my pragmatic when they have to be but also as we saw in the second half against israel, capable of some
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fabulous football. some really intense good passing and scoring goals above all. so, yes, we do have a history of may be things up but we do need to remember you need to three points tonight and we need to get the point in the next game against moldova because we know if we get those and of playoff spot secured and then from after that who knows what will happen. now, it's a slightly different story for england, after their 5—0 win over andorra they're top of their group and they face hungary later who england comprehensively beat 4—0 when they met last month — albeit amidst a background of racist abuse from some of the hungary fans. england should qualify comfortably, but, as paddy geary reports, there was a time when hungary was able to stun the best that english football had to offer 25th of november 1953. that they england suddenly realized it had lost control of the sports it
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invented. the hungarians were playing the same game but in a totally different way. they finished 6-3. totally different way. they finished 6—3. english football decided it had to change. recall that the match of the century. now with the premier league back this weekend, england versus hungary might not be much of the week but in terms of qualification it still matters. back in 53 the england manager did not even select the side. now thatjob is entirely and as capably direct southgate. i is entirely and as capably direct southgate— is entirely and as capably direct southuate. . . . . southgate. i have a headache and i commit a crime _ southgate. i have a headache and i commit a crime every _ southgate. i have a headache and i commit a crime every time - southgate. i have a headache and i commit a crime every time i - southgate. i have a headache and i commit a crime every time i pick . southgate. i have a headache and i commit a crime every time i pick a | commit a crime every time i pick a theme so it's really difficult every time. you have to me and ask because he has so many good players and such good strong competition so there are lots of prayers that their own confidence and reputations that a world of good the other day. the other day was — world of good the other day. the other day was the 5—0 rain starting
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104 england players in the us squad from the summit to make the shortlist. the other three went through an assault course of the match against hungary last month. england 14—0 that night against a backdrop of hostility and racist abuse. to backdrop of hostility and racist abuse. .,, backdrop of hostility and racist abuse. ., , ., backdrop of hostility and racist abuse. ., , . . backdrop of hostility and racist abuse. ., ., ., ., abuse. to be away game and have eve one abuse. to be away game and have everyone against _ abuse. to be away game and have everyone against us _ abuse. to be away game and have everyone against us and _ abuse. to be away game and have everyone against us and as - abuse. to be away game and have everyone against us and as a - abuse. to be away game and have| everyone against us and as a team you can thrive off of that and i think the way we played and obviously the result we got into and showed the confidence that we had in ourselves and that experience he had out there definitely puts us together and make us stronger as a team. ., , , together and make us stronger as a team. . , , ., �* , team. hungary will be england's second match _ team. hungary will be england's second match this _ team. hungary will be england's second match this month - team. hungary will be england's second match this month and i team. hungary will be england's second match this month and in | second match this month and in future it is time of year could be far busier. arsene wenger features head of development is suggesting all qualifying matches could be played in one window in october. part of his plans for biannual world cups and big structural change in the international game. he may struggle for planning permission
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though. struggle for planning permission thou~h. ~., struggle for planning permission thou~h. ,, ., , struggle for planning permission thou~h. ., , , struggle for planning permission thou~h. ., ,, though. maybe fewer windows but you aet though. maybe fewer windows but you net the though. maybe fewer windows but you get the players — though. maybe fewer windows but you get the players together _ though. maybe fewer windows but you get the players together for _ though. maybe fewer windows but you get the players together for a - get the players together for a longer period of time and that might help the clubs and international teams but i think if there is only one per year i don't really understand that as a concept for a went into national football is so important. but went into national football is so important-— went into national football is so imortant. �* ., ., important. but the window, england can move to — important. but the window, england can move to the _ important. but the window, england can move to the world _ important. but the window, england can move to the world of _ important. but the window, england can move to the world of the - important. but the window, england can move to the world of the cup i can move to the world of the cup tonight. provided they heed the lesson of history. don't take hungary lightly. just an hour to go until kick—off. well our reporter, alex howell is live for us outside wembley for the build up to this match. one — alex, southgate gave quite a few youngsters a chance to impress him against andorra, you have team news — has he done that again? now, he has not. he has not given a chance even very damp at the job done very impressively in antara, beating them 5—0. she returned it to those household names and returning to england captain harry kane and
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raheem sterling, jack relays, but a player who kept his pace from the other night is fair. he was very impressive getting to assist in that much. so he's also brought in tyrone. he brought him in at the beginning of the heroes as his back—up and center back and harry mcguire is out injured for this game. there is in direct southgate has gone to what he thinks is his strongest available 11 is because although england are in a strong position in their group they can all but secured their place in the world cup next year and this is a game england that meets the points. so gareth southgate went to the players he thinks he can trust. this gareth southgate went to the players he thinks he can trust.— he thinks he can trust. as you mentioned... _ can england automatically qualify tonight, and if not, what needs to happen? they cannot mathematically secure it but they are all but have been mixed. if they win tonight, that will put them in a very strong
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position. poland are playing are being intimate. the same time england take on hungary and if those two were to draw and england were to rain, that would put england six points clear with two games to go and a far, far superior goal difference. and those two games which take place next month will be against albania and san marino and with respect to san marino, england would be expected to win that one. hungary tonight is a different type of challenge. they are not pushovers as they showed them to give us, they put up a fight against celebrity pit against and all the england beat them last month 4—0 it was tough in places. england's is a strong team and they will be very disappointed if they don't get the result tonight but they are in a great position and are so close to securing their place at the qatar world cup next year. thank you so much. the third home nation in action tonight is northern ireland. their hopes of qualifying were all
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but ended by a controversial two nil defeat to switzerland at the weekend, where jamal lewis was sent off for time wasting. they're in bulgaria tonight hoping at the very least to secure third in their group and a better seeding for future tournaments. ian barraclough said he and the players used their day off after the swiss game to clear their heads. everybody deals with it there only and for a chance during this period to go and get some fresh air like sub and a beautiful place make lake geneva and walking in the open air allows us to release any tensions as well and have a clear head and rethink as we got back to to the hotel we focused on bulgaria. let's take a look at some of the other sports news stories making the headlines the nfl has confirmed that dusseldorf, frankfurt and munich are in talks to stage regular season games. it's part of a bid to expand the nfl's international operation into mainland europe. germany willjoin the uk, which has successfully hosted games in
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london since 2007. discussions over developing a women's british and irish lions team are to take place. england and harlequins prop shaunagh brown will be part of a 13 member panel, chaired by the former lion ieuan evans. the board will assess the financial viability; strength of opposition and scheduling. and the olympic and european champion katie archibald will headline a gb squad at the track cycling world championships in rou bay in france. the european, commonwealth and olympic gold medallist will be joined by fellow olympic silver medallists neah evans and josie knight in the women's endurance squad. as we reported yesterday, after birmingham 2022, the host country of future commonwealth games will be permitted to select most of the sports to be included in their programme. the only protected ones will be athletics and swimming. this means many sports
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could be excluded, particularly track cycling which is vulnerable as it needs a purpose built velodrome for competition. former british champion hamish turnbull says it would be a catastophy if it wasn't included. ijust think track i just think track cycling is such a spectator friendly sport. you i just think track cycling is such a spectatorfriendly sport. you come to one thing or even on the tv you can see everything that's going on at once. i think it's crazy to not have an event like this. other sports like netball, could also be affected. netball isn't included in the olympics, so the commonwealth games is a huge event in the calendarfor the sport. highlighted in 2018 when england won gold in australia. we can now get further reaction from liz nicoll, who is the president of world netball. how worried are you? it starts with us really understanding the need to ensure
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that the sports programme has the expiration of future hosts. we have seen commonwealth games federations and struggling to secure significant number of bids forfuture and struggling to secure significant number of bids for future games and we want to ahead obviously. but that ball remains a core sports and no longer a compulsory sport. but it will be on a list of sports that the host nation can choose from. and the host nation can choose from. and the host nation can add some new sports as well. we are confident that that ball, with its very impressive social impact and his participation across the commonwealth has a very strong part to play in the commonwealth going forward and we think that in fact the majority of future hosts are going to choose netball. , netball. netball is paid predominantly - netball. netball is paid predominantly by - netball. netball is paid i predominantly by women. netball. netball is paid - predominantly by women. do netball. netball is paid _ predominantly by women. do you feel that's could be a factor in perhaps some commonwealth nations excluding it? it some commonwealth nations excluding it? . ., , �* ., some commonwealth nations excluding it? , �* ., ., it? it could be. but we have a merely published _ it? it could be. but we have a merely published mission - it? it could be. but we have aj merely published mission and it? it could be. but we have a i merely published mission and it
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starts with the fact that i was sport is going to be open to all. so we are committed to that end we have a growth strategy and vision and i your overall strategy and this is about also we will embrace and i was sport and we will mixed or possibilities of fear being mixed or both male and female teams while building on oura both male and female teams while building on our a unique female focused foundations. we will not lose sight of that but we do know that we need to adapt as a sport to make the needs and there are demands from all men and boys to be engaged so it's part of our strategy for growth. so it's part of our strategy for urowth. ~ . so it's part of our strategy for urowth. . . ., so it's part of our strategy for urowth.~ . ., growth. which part of your “ob whether to �* growth. which part of your “ob whether to potentially �* growth. which part of yourjob whether to potentially lobby i whether to potentially lobby countries to try and persuade them that netball has to be at the commonwealth games? in that netball has to be at the commonwealth games? in time, yes. when we hear— commonwealth games? in time, yes. when we hear of _ commonwealth games? in time, yes. when we hear of potential— commonwealth games? in time, yes. when we hear of potential hosts - commonwealth games? in time, yes. when we hear of potential hosts we i when we hear of potential hosts we will certainly be looking at how strong is netball in this potential
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host nations and we will not be filling big money at lobbying. brs point that is rich in people resource but poor in financial resources so we are looking into our growth and a product and provide my platforms to showcase and it's a very innovative game and vision of a point which is ideally suited for mixed activity as well and we will also really concentrate on showcasing the profile of our inspiration or impact on netball beyond the court particularly across the commonwealth because i was sport provides a safe environment for women and girls to achieve beyond netball. so, we will be using a strategy to send messages about the significance of our sport. thank ou. the england women's manager serena wiegman has announced her squad for their world cup qualifiers. the first will be against northern ireland at wembley later this month the first time england women will
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have played a competitive match at the national stadium. wiegman says it's a significant moment. obviously, it's very special to pay at wembley. and although i am very excited but i'm also come because we play the match and we want to play really well and have a good rain and people that come and watch us that have a very nice evening and enjoy themselves and also people that watch on tv and enjoy themselves and we will be happy and just a special occasion because you are playing at wembley. in her press conference sarina wiegman also discussed the recent allegations of abuse in women's football in the usa and australia. it's a topic that has greatly affected female players in many leagues around the world. former ballon d'dor winner arga hegeberg has spoken exclusively to the bbc about the issue and she praised the players who came forward with the allegations. people have the courage to speak up
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it's the most important thing that creates an environment where people actually have the confidence to speak out and the whole reactions have been very everyone standing together protecting these girls coming out because that takes a lot of courage. so i have a huge amount of courage. so i have a huge amount of respect for those who fought the holy because emily took some time and didn't give him an they also had encouragement and support they are getting now. sport seems to be returning to normal after the pandemic, with crowds coming back to stadiums. but the after effects are still resonating in many communities across the country, particularly footballing communities. burnley�*s josh brownhill only signed for the club last year, but wanted to help local businesses hit hard by covid 19. he's launched a video series encouraging people to buy from local shops and businesses.
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everybody was going to struggle and thus playing football as well we did not know whether some people were out of contracts everybody was feeling it. it's not like you play football and don't know what's going on in the real world. you have family members that are struggling and for me i wanted to help and see what i could do because ijoined in january so i did not have time to explore bernie and what it has to offer and then as it opened up again and it's a bit that's when i would go into the shops and build a relationship with people and realizing how they are struggling and that's when i thought i want to help these people and what i can do to help and that's when we decided on during the campaign and seeing how that would go. we on during the campaign and seeing how that would go.— on during the campaign and seeing how that would go. we had a lot of new company _
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how that would go. we had a lot of new company ? — how that would go. we had a lot of new company ? support _ how that would go. we had a lot of new company ? support as - how that would go. we had a lot of new company ? support as they i how that would go. we had a lot of| new company ? support as they saw the video and they came down. that’s the video and they came down. that's aood. i the video and they came down. that's good- i want — the video and they came down. that's good- i want to _ the video and they came down. that's good. i want to say _ the video and they came down. that's good. i want to say thank _ the video and they came down. that's good. i want to say thank you - the video and they came down. that's good. i want to say thank you very much _ good. i want to say thank you very much for— good. i want to say thank you very much for that. i'm good. i want to say thank you very much forthat. i'm happy. just good. i want to say thank you very much for that. i'm happy. just even to net out much for that. i'm happy. just even to get out ten. _ much for that. i'm happy. just even to get out ten, 15 _ much for that. i'm happy. just even to get out ten, 15 minutes - much for that. i'm happy. just even to get out ten, 15 minutes and - much for that. i'm happy. just even to get out ten, 15 minutes and say. to get out ten, 15 minutes and say go to the local coffee shop and then we went in and spoke to people that were in there they were saying they would help people with day—to—day life and going to places i've been to and they've always been great and i'm sure with all the customers in that they have been just as brilliant. it's notjust me that would be doing something it would be a lot of other footballers who redo their own thing and helping the community and stuff and it goes under the radar of it because not a lot of people would get it out there but for me it was not for recognition or anything it was how i could help and i've got loads of messages i'm doing this he read about they did not realized the shop was there or i heard about the shop where i'm going to go in and hopefully makes them think about using my independent and local
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stories. the world record for the number of times someone has swum the english channel is currently 43. last week, australian chloe mccardel equalled that number and tomorrow, she's going to attmept to break the record by crossing it for a 44th time. well, she interupted her preperations to speak to me earlier and i began by asking her what compelled her to want to swim it over and over again. the english channel is my spiritual home and they feel like he calls me each year to come back and challenge myself against the elements and the best summers in history and the best maritime seminaries in the last 150 years have gone to the channel because it's so revered because it's so hard and you've got the strong tides and the shipping lanes and the family names and rapes and distance and a few very difficult scream and
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it's such a privilege and to be able to test myself.— to test myself. after 43 times you must be such _ to test myself. after 43 times you must be such a _ to test myself. after 43 times you must be such a prelate _ to test myself. after 43 times you must be such a prelate face. - to test myself. after 43 times you must be such a prelate face. i - to test myself. after 43 times you i must be such a prelate face. i know you won't be complacent. tell us what your body goes through. my what your body goes through. iji buddy what your body goes through. ij�*i: buddy takes what your body goes through. mi: buddy takes a bit what your body goes through. m: buddy takes a bit of what your body goes through. mi buddy takes a bit of a beating during these channel swims, 36,000 arm strokes per crossing and also 12,000 net quotations and so for example my swim last week i had a really sore neck pain even during the swing and i was diagnosed with a chest infection a few days ago. i am on antibiotics for that. and the other big one is hypothermia and micro—temperature dropped to micro—temperatu re dropped to dangerously low levels micro—temperature dropped to dangerously low levels so there's lots of challenges i had with sending the english channel and i'll be happy ? happy to break the world record and retire gracefully. that sounds incredible. _ record and retire gracefully. that sounds incredible. i— record and retire gracefully. that sounds incredible. i cannot believe how much you put yourself through. you must absolutely love it. but apparently you talked about one of
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the conditions that you had in 2011. apparently you have a very good technique to guard against that to put a protective layer of fat around your organs. can you tell us what that is? i your organs. can you tell us what that is? ~ your organs. can you tell us what that is? ,, ., ., . your organs. can you tell us what thatis? ,, ., ., . . ., that is? i like to eat ice cream. that's my _ that is? i like to eat ice cream. that's my weakness _ that is? i like to eat ice cream. that's my weakness but - that is? i like to eat ice cream. i that's my weakness but different summers have different weaknesses to make pizza, beer, guineas, itry summers have different weaknesses to make pizza, beer, guineas, i try and eat healthy as well. it's not like i eat healthy as well. it's not like i eatice eat healthy as well. it's not like i eat ice cream every day. i had some high energy foods so i try to sprinkle olive oil on nearly everything. i do have healthy options as well but i find ice cream helps me get the calories up. iitiui’heh helps me get the calories up. when ou do helps me get the calories up. when you do reach _ helps me get the calories up. when you do reach that _ helps me get the calories up. when you do reach that beach _ helps me get the calories up. when you do reach that beach and - helps me get the calories up. when you do reach that beach and when you do break that record and cross for the 44th time, are you going to have a party? the 44th time, are you going to have a -a ? ., ., , the 44th time, are you going to have aa ? ., ., , ., a party? unfortunately, i cannot have a party _ a party? unfortunately, i cannot have a party on _ a party? unfortunately, i cannot have a party on the _ a party? unfortunately, i cannot have a party on the beach - a party? unfortunately, i cannot i have a party on the beach because there are these rules seeing that general assuming that consumers are not allowed to stay on the beach for
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more than ten minutes so i'm hoping they will be people there to welcome me in and they said that they want to come down and meet me but it's difficult because the land may be rocky and inaccessible by foot so i potentially could land somewhere where they cannot access me to congratulate me but we will see how it goes. the english channel is very variable and things happen and maybe they will be at the finish or maybe they will be at the finish or maybe they want, roll with it. taste they will be at the finish or maybe they want, roll with it.— they will be at the finish or maybe they want, roll with it. we wish her all the luck — they want, roll with it. we wish her all the luck in _ they want, roll with it. we wish her all the luck in the _ they want, roll with it. we wish her all the luck in the world. _ they want, roll with it. we wish her all the luck in the world. what - they want, roll with it. we wish her all the luck in the world. what a i all the luck in the world. what a feat to send the english channel 44 times. here are our top stories. a huge snake in the world cup qualifiers with england, scotland and northern ireland in action in 45 minutes. that's it from us. thank you for watching and good night.
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for many of us today, it has been a cloudy day but not the whole story. there has been some sunshine around as well. that was the scene for a weather watcher in guernsey. beautiful blue skies overhead. a similar story in the far north of scotland. you can see from the satellite pictures that while we had extensive crowd and they did give some spots of rain. particularly in the afternoon across parts of england. there was some sunshine around as well. tomorrow it is a seminary day. it would be mostly but not completely dry. often but not completely cloudy. we will have a lot of cloud tonight. some mist and filed and some rain and drizzle and persistent rain moving across the north of scotland. particularly across the northern isles. where we see this skies caring for any time across eastern and southern parts of england. temperatures will be up maybe two to two degrees in parts of east anglia tomorrow morning. tomorrow as he can see a lot of
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cloud across the charts. the cloud pleasing the odd pocket of rain or drizzle at times. but i am hopeful the cloud to the breaking places to get some sunshine. maybe a northeast scotland. one or two sunny spells for northern ireland, england and wales. temperatures between 14 and 17 degrees. it will be a breezy day across parts of scotland. in today's day, high pressure will hold onto the south. things could be dry here but the frontal system will push them towards scotland and bring some outbreaks of rain through the day. it will turn windy across parts of scotland as well. later in the day the wind will start to get down from the wind will start to get down from the north. that's a sign of things to come. thursday we will see temperatures in reasonable shape for the time of year. 16 or 17 degrees is the expected high. thursday night the weather front in the north is going to push its way south and it is a cold front has the name suggests the air behind the front is going to turn colder. you can see
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the blue color is spitting south as we head into friday. a different feel to the weather. we will start friday morning with some frost across northern parts of the uk. but as well as introducing cold air, it will sweep away a lot of the cloud. my will sweep away a lot of the cloud. my sunshine in the forecast for friday. temperatures particularly in the north just dying friday. temperatures particularly in the northjust dying in friday. temperatures particularly in the north just dying in aberdeen. friday. temperatures particularly in the northjust dying in aberdeen. ? nine degrees.
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hello, i'm ros atkins, this is outside source. g20 leaders of the world's richest nations pledge more aid to afghanistan which is facing economic collapse. translation: to stand by and watch 40 million people because electricity cannot be supplied to no financial system exists... the eu promised over a billion dollars in support but stressed the aid wouldn't go to the taliban directly. also in the programme: british mps accuse the government of one of the worst public health failures in history in their initial pandemic response. in the first half we had some serious errors, we could've avoided
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