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will see, it covers the story which a lot . will see, it covers the story which a lot of— - will see, it covers the story which a lot of people _ - will see, it covers the story which a lot of people have - - will see, it covers the story| which a lot of people have been looking at. on the front page of the guardian. i used racist term admits ex england batsman. using offensive language to his team—mate and a controversial event that has engulfed the cricket club in the sport as a whole. could you take us through this? this sport as a whole. could you take us through this?— through this? this is all come from this re ort through this? this is all come from this report into _ through this? this is all come from this report into what _ through this? this is all come from this report into what was _ through this? this is all come from this report into what was the - through this? this is all come from l this report into what was the number of upheld complaints of bullying and harassment against him and racial slurs that had been used. the full apology was issued by the cricket club. there really wasn't any action taken and no one was held to account, no one lost theirjob or anything like that and the follow from it since it's really been the thing that caused a lot of the problems. we are now seeing sponsors
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pulled out because this backlash, structure and the publishing as well and that is after mounting pressure from politicians as well. you had sajid javid getting involved and other things need to be looked at in this has become a political issue too just because it has not been handled in the way that you might expect and we are looking at serious reputational damage here you have mps writing the club demanding explanations and i think they're going to have to come clean about how we are. going to have to come clean about how we are-— how we are. with accusations of racism come — how we are. with accusations of racism come with _ how we are. with accusations of racism come with cell _ how we are. with accusations of. racism come with cell institutions react and whether how quickly do they carry out a thorough investigation and clear that there are a lot of questions being raised about the cricket club's response to this in the spring of the yorkshire post front page which obviously focuses on it very closely. you can see on the front page, the cricket club sponsors exit and racism row. removing brand from stadium, player admits slurand
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removing brand from stadium, player admits slur and they call for inquiry. foryorkshire admits slur and they call for inquiry. for yorkshire county cricket club, this is not going away either in reputational terms or at the very least, and financial terms. s know, for sure. in the way they dismissed it as banter, the remarks made against him and when you see the apology that they made, it's a qualified apology in that it says the remark in another context would have been a holy and acceptable. almost implying that because it was amongst friends and a team environment that it was ok and trying to justify what happened and not the categorical apology that you like to see and i think if i had known that is causing offence, i will diffuse the remark and culturally, we've come a long way to where it's to make very much accepted that it's simply not good
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enough and you don't have to rely on someone telling you that something is offensive in that way gigen someone telling you that something is offensive in that way— is offensive in that way given it is a racial slur. _ is offensive in that way given it is a racial slur. and _ is offensive in that way given it is a racial slur. and it _ is offensive in that way given it is a racial slur. and it will be - is offensive in that way given it is a racial slur. and it will be seen l a racial slur. and it will be seen how— a racial slur. and it will be seen how the — a racial slur. and it will be seen how the site christ has been done here in_ how the site christ has been done here in this — how the site christ has been done here in this kind of case. 7 zeitgeist. president at age were from the start but it's something thatis from the start but it's something that is under investigation and exam the examination.— the examination. clearly, they did not think the examination. clearly, they did rrot think it _ the examination. clearly, they did not think it was _ the examination. clearly, they did not think it was banter _ the examination. clearly, they did not think it was banter because i the examination. clearly, they did l not think it was banter because he's submitted quite a few complaints about his treatment. and it's all very well for the person who made the remark, but the person receiving it did not feel the same way. but that's not really going to fly and there will have to be much observation as to how this is been
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handled. thank you to you both for this first look at the papers. that's it for the papers. this hour. geri scott and joe mayes will be back again at 11:30 goodbye for now. good evening. sports news where we start with football and the champions league where liverpool maintained their 100% record in group b as they go to madrid. at the end of a perfect cross for the first. quarter of an hour in. he then doubled the lead with eight minutes later with alexander arnold again providing the assist but despitefully pay receiving a red card shortly after, they are unable to add to their tally. manchester
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city over club group a. and 15 minutes and, unfortunately bound off john's had gifted them an equaliser shortly after and took time to break the defences after that. they had rahkeem sterling nature of the result before gabriel was able to get the stroke and in the next game to qualify for the last 16. fulham have narrowed the gap with bournemouth at the top of the champions league with two points after they've got seven calls. it's the worst home defeat in their history. they already had a man sent off when they made it 3—0. and went on to score again with the team—mates and substitute also help them substitute goals each and
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scored the other. newcastle considered whether or not to approach the former bournemouth manager and it comes after he turned down the chance to become the new head coach saying that it is my home and i am 100% committed. they confirmed yesterday that they made approach by newcastle and wanted to replace steve cruz and in place by the weekend. gary said he regrets using a racial slur against his former yorkshire team—mate who he described as his best friend and cricket. it comes after a series of sponsors and partners cut their ties with yorkshire county cricket club over the handling of the racist allegations and they have been called to give evidence to ministers and a lengthy and emotional statement. he said he was responsible for some of the offensive terms that he was subjected to. it's been reported that he used a racial slur.
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after news zealand beaten by 16 runs in dubai. there and after winning the toss with captain williamson dismissed without scoring. new zealand had 52 for three at one point but the magnificent endings 93 for martin led to an impressive 172 — five. he made a valiant effort in the reply, matthew hitting five consecutive, but they were 16 runs
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short which means they are out of the competition with two still to play. they will allow the bid for a place in the semifinals. in the same group, india have the semifinals alive after a comprehensive victory over afghanistan. alive after a comprehensive victory overafghanistan. i alive after a comprehensive victory over afghanistan. i went to 41 partnership and to india on their way to an imposing score 210 for two in their 20 overs in the struggle to match their opponents and but the bulk taking figures of three with 32 and as they cruised to victory in abu dhabi. they'll miss the rest of the world cup campaign, sustained a thigh strain while on monday and pulling out during the run up in the scan revealed the extent of the injury and they willjoin the squad. the rugby union will be with the
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female internationals after the contract at the tent of their 15 players will be awarded full—time deals and the retainer contract for 15 more individuals, 12 month contracts will be drawn up with a value not yet known but they'll also be training fees for women. the director had admitted the governing body had not covered itself in glory and how it managed women's game. they have been ordered by uk athletics to seize all association with the american coach writer after multiple complaints of sexual misconduct are made against them. the uk has acted after receiving the us center for safe sport about the conduct of writer with the investigation eminent and they are currently encouraged by writer and both have been told that it is inappropriate for them to continue to be associated with him. cameron is past the american rally to raise the final 16 of the paris masters,
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the final 16 of the paris masters, the 6-4 the final 16 of the paris masters, the 6—4 victory means the british number one is still in with a chance at making it to the finals later this month and next up, he will face another american, taylor fritz for a place in the quarterfinals. more on that and you can go into the bbc sport website but that is all your support for now. hello. a chillier feel to the weather this thursday. yesterday we saw some decent sunshine early on in the day, and the cloud built up. today it's likely to be a similar scenario. but where we do have the sunshine, it will still feel cooler because of the wind, and because we've pulled in colder airfrom the north through the course of the night. a frost to start the day, all the way down from scotland into the welsh marshes. milder initially across eastern england, but here, a chance of some showers through the day, some coming in down the north sea
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coast, as well, and nagging northerly wind here. again, showers for pembrokeshire and cornwall. for the majority, though, it's shaping up to be a fine day with some sunny spells, temperatures at best 9—10 celsius and feeling cooler because of the breeze. but you'll notice through thursday evening and overnight more cloud coming into the north of the uk, it will bring a bit of rain, as well. this is a chilly warm front — the clue is of course in the name. it's ushering in warmer air behind it so by the end of thursday night, friday morning, it's actually much milder across scotland and northern ireland. and that milder air will then continue to tip its way south across the uk through friday around this big area of high pressure. so high pressure keeps things fine, it should also means the winds become lighter and, with the milder air moving in, it will just feel a little bit warmer on friday. a lot of fine weather, perhaps the sunshine not quite as widespread, but the temperatures lift up by 1—2 degrees. and it will remain fine into the evening if you have plans for bonfire night.
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aside from, i think some rain for northern and western scotland. and for the weekend, we are looking at milder air taking over from the atlantic. perhaps not especially mild, but certainly warmer than the air will be sitting in for thursday. saturday, very windy across the uk, some rain for northern ireland and scotland to start the day. a bit brighter come the afternoon with some showers but temperatures, we're looking at 13—14 celsius with sunshine to the south. sunday, lighter winds. we're still in a relatively milder air. picking up a little bit of a northwesterly, though, across scotland, it could feel perhaps a shade cooler here, but i think the offset will be that it will be a drier and brighter day than saturday.
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welcome to newsday, reporting live from singapore, i'm mariko oi. the headlines. president biden urges democrats to press ahead with his agenda after the party suffers a shock defeat in the state of virginia. people want to get things done. that one is to get things done. and that's why i'm to push very hard for the democratic party to move along and pass my infrastructure bill and my build back better bill. global financial institutions — controlling trillions of dollars of assets — sign up to help meet climate goals. jeering. accusations of corruption,
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as british mps back a review of misconduct procedures

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