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60 mph, but again on the approaching a0 mph, but again on the mild side. temperatures have taken a step back in scotland and northern ireland and they will be on the way up ireland and they will be on the way up again. rain pitching across more of scotland tomorrow evening and another area of rain into northern ireland. it is all down to an area of low pressure, another one living in from the atlantic, that will move across must dub like much of the uk during friday and the winds will pick up particularly across england and wales and there will be some rain around, tending to go through and dance. a lot of cloud and maybe some heavier bursts across scotland and into northern england but perhaps not too much into the far north of scotland and here there could be a few sunny spells. the weather system clears away to the weekend and high pressure builds in behind. rain is your expectation. we have gone a bit crazy with the cloud
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symbols. it is mainly dry, mild, light winds, and it is cloudy. a reminder of our top story... borisjohnson boris johnson returns borisjohnson returns to glasgow to urge world leaders to pull out all the stops to reach a deal with a8 hours to go. the stops to reach a deal with 48 hours to 90-— the stops to reach a deal with 48 hours to go— hours to go. that is a time for everyone _ hours to go. that is a time for everyone to — hours to go. that is a time for everyone to come _ hours to go. that is a time for everyone to come together. hours to go. that is a time for. everyone to come together and show the determined needed to power our own through the blockages. 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 — i'm gavin ramjaun. it's heartbreak for england. they miss out on the t20 world cup final after an outstanding comeback by new zealand. extraordinary events at paris saint germain, as a player is attacked and a team—mate is accused of being involved.
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and who's to blame for ireland failing to reach the women's rugby world cup? hello and welcome to sportsday. they re used to serving up thrillers — and today s t20 semifinal between england and new zealand didn t disappoint. but its new zealand who march on to the final of the tournament, beating england by five wickets in abu dhabi after an astonishing run—chase that kept us on the edge of our seats. former england bowler phil tufnell was watching it all for 5live, hejoins me now. yes, it is always a bit of an empty feeling when you lose a semifinal, isn't it, but they were in the game of the way up to the 17th over and
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then jimmy of the way up to the 17th over and thenjimmy neish and comes in and scores 27 of ii bowls and brexit fight open. daryl mitchell as well. it is t20, isn't it? you are never in it and you are never out of it and hats off to new zealand. in terms of how new zealand performed, mowing al with a quick half century, how would you assess their performance in that respect? {more performance in that respect? gave them a score _ performance in that respect? gave them a score and _ performance in that respect? gave them a score and you _ performance in that respect? gave them a score and you just - performance in that respect?
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away. got them to within striking distance and then to have a player, as you say, likejim who can come in at the end and start hitting sixes which is great to have him onside. are great watches well and a really thrilling finish, wasn't it? it like it was great and i thoroughly enjoyed it. england are producing great thrilling cricket and they can read with their heads held high. next week they could have another go and give that to it. was next week they could have another go and give that to it.— and give that to it. was at the loss ou ut it and give that to it. was at the loss you put it down — and give that to it. was at the loss you put it down to _ and give that to it. was at the loss you put it down to all— and give that to it. was at the loss you put it down to alljust - and give that to it. was at the loss you put it down to alljust purely i you put it down to alljust purely new zealand phenomenalform? don't think so. they will regroup in the next couple of days, have a little look and sometimes, as you say, it is the nature of the game. t20 cricket can be decided in one or two overs and it was new zealand's day. they pulled it out of the bag. in terms of what new zealand do next...
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absolutely, he wants to be there next year and i think he has got a great culture going on this england side with some fantastic players and also a couple of injuries didn't help england, you know? jason roy getting injured, mills who was a huge loss at the end bowling the pace and slower balljust knocks the momentum a little bit for england but i expect them to keep growing as a side, i expect eoin morgan to be there for the next one as well so, yeah, there are still lots to give this england side and they have done themselves proud. but yourself you have played in big tournaments before knowing how it is to lose in the big stage. what would it be like? �* the big stage. what would it be like? ~ ,., the big stage. what would it be like? ~ ., ., ., like? are some of them will go into the ashes and _ like? are some of them will go into the ashes and they _ like? are some of them will go into the ashes and they will _ like? are some of them will go into the ashes and they will have - like? are some of them will go into the ashes and they will have much | the ashes and they will have much time and a professional cricketer�*s life does involve flying off everywhere what they will have a day or tear off and then regroup and sit when the ball, probably, and just mull things over and, as i said, just see little bits and pieces where they can improve but they have that kind of side, as i say. eoin
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morgan a fantastic leader as well. you will get you down but it will hurt for a day or two. phii you will get you down but it will hurt for a day or two. phil tufnell there. the second semi—final is on thursday in dubai and it sees pakistan play australia. pakistan won all of their group games and have looked the form team so far in the world cup. matthew hayden is their batting coach after having played all formats of the game for australia in a 15—year career. hayden's admitted to mixed emtions. there is the challenge of the heart, and the challenge of the mind in terms of, you know, what is going to happen over the next 2a hours. i also say very proudly that it has been wonderful to be a part of pakistan cricket. we have some, you know, incredible young players, a mix of wonderful experienced players in the line—up and they and the team are performing admirably.
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australia started quite slowly in the tournament but have improved with every match. their captain aaron finch has responded to criticism that his side were �*too old' after they were beaten by england in one of their group games. in the lead up to the tournament you tend to hear things or see the odd quote or comment that people have written you off and it is interesting how the narrative can change really quick and about ten days ago our team was too old and now we are an experienced team and thatis now we are an experienced team and that is just how it all gets betrayed and from day one i have had a real loss of confidence in the way that we have gone about this with the squad that we've got and i don't think that we've exceeded our expectations whatsoever. we came here with a very clear plan to win this tournament. we're at half—time in the women's champions league match between arsenal and danish side hb koge. a win much—needed as they look to stay in contention with leaders barcelona in their group — it's xxx in denmark. so far, so good. it is 1—0 to arsenal in denmark. the kids in paris missed a penalty earlier in the half but at the break arsenal
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are ahead. now to an extraordinary story emerging from france, where paris saint—germain have confirmed that one of their female players has been arrested in connection with an alleged attack on a team—mate last week. aminata diallo was taken into custody this morning by versailles police after her fellow—france international kehira hamraoui was apparently left with injuries to her legs. the french sports paper l'equipe has reported that that two masked men attacked hamraoui on thursday evening. 0ur paris correspondent hugh schofield has more. the beginning of this story is an assault on hamraoui which took place last thursday. there was a team dinner organised by psg in a paris restaurant and after this dinner hamraoui went back home by car with two other team—mates. they came to hamraoui's house and there it seems
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there was an ambush. there were two men in masks lying in wait who drags hamraoui out of the car and beat her about the body in particularly her legs. full minutes. diallo in the car and the other team—mates were on hand but hamraoui was obviously the target of the attack. the men went off the map and was treated in hospital. there was nothing serious, nothing broken but she had stitches on her arms and legs and was unable to appear in the match against real madrid which was on tuesday, when she was replaced by diallo, and now we learn today that diallo has been called in for questioning by the police in connection with this affair. this has been confirmed, the bbc, by the prosecutor's office in versailles, all happening in western paris and she can be held for a couple of days to be questioned.
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that is the state of affairs as we speak. she is in custody being questioned and we shalljust have to see what happens when she comes out. here's what psg had to say... "paris saint—germain condemns in the strongest possible terms the violence committed. since thursday evening the club has taken all necessary measures to guarantee the health, well—being and safety of its entire women's team. paris saint—germain is working with the versailles police to clarify the facts." eddie howe has been speaking to the media for the first time since becoming the new head coach at newcastle united — a job he said he feels "honoured and privileged" to have. the former bournemouth boss wouldn't be drawn on the new saudi owners�* record on human rights though — saying he wanted to focus on footballing matters. howe took training with the squds today — and despite not being in management for over year he said he's always wanted to keep learning. even in work that has been my focus, self improvement. doing that on a day—to—day basis while in work but i think it is much clearer when you're out of work, out of the emotions that football management can bring
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and you can take yourself away into and you can take yourself away into a different place mentally. i've had some fantastic visits and once covid—i9 rules allowed i've been out and about here, there and everywhere and about here, there and everywhere and i think i sit here now a better manager than i was, even though people would tell me i've been out of the game question that me i am more relevant and in touch than i've ever been in terms of what is going on at the top level.— on at the top level. there has still been no official— on at the top level. there has still been no official approach - on at the top level. there has still been no official approach from - on at the top level. there has still. been no official approach from villa for the rangers boss to take over. warnock says his former team—mates may have a difficult decision to make. this is such a difficult decision because you have got two huge clubs and i think one thing he would be desperately wanting to do would be to wind back—to—back titles but he has also got the, sort of common people of the premier league and
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that big club and aston villa and the opportunity to go to england and prove himself. gareth southgate has lost another member of his england squad, ahead of the world cup qualifiers against albania and san marino. west ham midfielder declan rice has had to withdraw due to illness — and the fa say they're not planning to bring in a replacement. southgate was already missing several key players and mason mount and luke shaw are still to link up with the group at st george's park. he does have arsenal forward emile smith rowe at his disposal, though. he's been talking about his surprise at being called—up to the senior squad, saying it was "crazy" to be suddenly training alongside the likes of harry kane and raheem sterling. smith rowe — who'sjust 2i — has been in superb form for his club, scoring three goals in his last three premier league games. england are expected to seal their place at next year's world cup finals in these last two qualifiers — and after getting the call from manager gareth southgate, smith rowe couldn't wait to share the news... my my mum was actually downstairs at
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the time. i was upstairs and i ran downstairs straightaway and told her and i was very emotional but, yeah, they were so proud of me and i couldn't wait to meet up with the squad. everything has happened so quickly and i've tried to keep my head down as much as possible. try to listen to everyone around me. i'm just trying to learn as much as they can and, you we'll see what happens. the former television commentator gerald sinstadt has died at the age of 91. he was one of football broadcasting's most recognisable voices in the 1970s. that was diego maradona scoring against greece at the 199a world cup... after starting at granada television, sinstadt worked for the bbc and itv, covering four world cups and the olympic games — and he was a regular on football focus, match of the day and final score
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until his retirement. gerald sinstadt, who's died at the age of 91. still to come on sportsday... formula e is on the agenda at cop26. a former champion tells us how the sport can inspire others to go green. i don't see any way that in the future that professional motorsport will be with combustion engines. let's bring you up to date with some more of today's action — and british number two dan evans is into the quarter finals of the stockholm 0pen after beating alejandro david—o—vich—fokina in straight sets this morning. andy murray is hoping tojoin him. he's on court right now in a tight match against the top seed italy's world number tenjannik sinner — and murrayjust edged it in the first set taking it on a tie break. england's wheelchair rugby league team is playing france at medway sports centre
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in gillingham, in the first of two test matches. let's take you there live... the match is only a few minutes old but it should be close — these are the top two sides in the world — england at number one — and it's still 0—0. they meet again on saturday — you can watch this game live on the bbc iplayer as well as the bbc sport website and app. we were talking earlier about emile smith rowe, who's won his first england call—up at the age of 21. well, here's a man whose chance came 10 years later. gloucester�*s mark atkinson made his england debut in last weekend's rugby union international win over tonga, having been an iith—hour replacement for captain 0wen farrell, who'd tested positive for covid—i9. atkinson is likely to miss out against australia on saturday, with farrell set to return — but he said for him and his family it was an extra special day. although he may need to work harder to impress his old man. it is not supposed to be an x factor story but i phoned my dad and my dad didn't know about it yet because of the way it happened so i phoned my dad and i think we've actually got it recorded somewhere and i hope
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that never sees the light of day because i lost it a bit but... we lost my mum a few years ago and i just know it would have been... it did mean a lot to lots of people in the family but i know after watching in the less glorious way is a thing, you know, she heard people say about how badly i had been playing when i was getting them validated so i think she would properly have been there deserve to be in there to see days like that but, yeah, i was just delighted for my dad. yeah, it was pretty special. you never get above a seven with my dad. i could have benched a hat—trick and it would have been a solid 6.5 to seven out of ten and that is when you know it has an outstanding game which keeps you grounded, doesn't it? that is when you know. you're going to phone him up on a saturday morning to go to a friday night game and i am expecting 0k means that you've done really well, which is the way that i like it. , ., really well, which is the way that i like it. , . , , ~ ., really well, which is the way that i likeit. , . , , ~ ., ., like it. instead seems like a hard man to impress. _ like it. instead seems like a hard man to impress. -- _
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like it. instead seems like a hard man to impress. -- his - like it. instead seems like a hard man to impress. -- his dad. - let's have a quick look at some of the day's other rugby union stories. sale prop bevan rodd has been called up for england's match against australia in place ofjoe marler, who has covid—i9. rodd was born in scotland, but he's represented england at age—grade level and a senior cap would commit him to eddie jones' side. he's been picked in preference to mako vunipola. and news from the wales camp — wing alex cuthbert will make his first appearance for four years as one of five changes for sunday's match against fiji. head coach wayne pivac has ripped up his team sheet from the defeat against south africa last weekend. and ellisjenkins will captain the side, after starring in that defeat last saturday... that was his first test for three years. full—back liam williams, scrum—half kieran hardy and centre johnny williams are all recalled in a revamped backline. current and former irish internationals have publicly criticised comments made by anthony eddy, the irfus women's rugby director. in a press briefing this week, he said the is—a—side game had not been overlooked. the governing body is currently holding a review after ireland
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failed to qualify for next year's world cup. eddy said a lot of resources had been thrown at both the 7s and 15s programme, which he oversees and added he wasn't concerned about ireland falling behind other nations. the irfu currently has no contracts awarded exclusively for the is—a—side game. current ireland hooker moloney reacted on social media — she's in camp preparing for their game against the usa on friday. former captain claire molloy, who retired from international duty after ireland's loss to scotland ended their world cup hopes, also criticised what she described as "truly disheartening and disappointing" remarks. while grand slam winnerjenny murphy called it spineless. ireland held a press conference earlier, ahead of friday's game against the usa — and the current players were clearly reluctant to get involved in the dispute. i support her, she my team—mate. i support all of my team—mates but thatis support all of my team—mates but that is her comment and for me
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personally throughout these next few days i am slowly focused on the game to smack solely focused on the game. i don't like to develop into too many distractions because they know it could affect our performance and thatis it could affect our performance and that is not personally what i'd like today. as the revelations continue amid the racism scandal at yorkshire county cricket club, young players in bradford have sent a plea to lord patel, the man attempting to rescuing the club's reputation. they've urged him to focus on nurturing the diverse talent there, after he admitted their investigation into azeem rafiq's accusations was "flawed". the former player is due to give evidence to mps next week. aisha iqbal reports. these youngsters are proud yorkshire men and women who love cricket but, right now, most of them can't see themselves ever stepping up to the crease for yorkshire. black racism is not supposed to have a nowadays but it still does. i used a bingo, may be a good play for yorkshire in one day but after this now, i don't know reallyjust met ace to think, you know, may be a play for
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yorkshire one day.— you know, may be a play for yorkshire one day. there are not many asian _ yorkshire one day. there are not many asian players. _ yorkshire one day. there are not many asian players. coming - yorkshire one day. there are not many asian players. coming up. yorkshire one day. there are not i many asian players. coming up and cominu many asian players. coming up and coming through _ many asian players. coming up and coming through like _ many asian players. coming up and coming through like that. _ many asian players. coming up and coming through like that. it - many asian players. coming up and coming through like that. it is - many asian players. coming up and coming through like that. it is a - coming through like that. it is a decade — coming through like that. it is a decade i— coming through like that. it is a decade i have _ coming through like that. it is a decade i have been— coming through like that. it is a decade i have been around - coming through like that. it is a decade i have been around thel coming through like that. it is a - decade i have been around the local cricket _ decade i have been around the local cricket scene — decade i have been around the local cricket scene for— decade i have been around the local cricket scene for years _ decade i have been around the local cricket scene for years and - decade i have been around the local cricket scene for years and i- decade i have been around the local cricket scene for years and i have i cricket scene for years and i have seen _ cricket scene for years and i have seen talented _ cricket scene for years and i have seen talented south _ cricket scene for years and i have seen talented south asian - cricket scene for years and i have i seen talented south asian players having _ seen talented south asian players having to — seen talented south asian players having to go — seen talented south asian players having to go to _ seen talented south asian players having to go to counties _ seen talented south asian players having to go to counties other - seen talented south asian playersl having to go to counties other than yorkshire _ having to go to counties other than yorkshire to — having to go to counties other than yorkshire to progress _ having to go to counties other than yorkshire to progress and, - having to go to counties other than yorkshire to progress and, you - having to go to counties other than . yorkshire to progress and, you know, there _ yorkshire to progress and, you know, there are _ yorkshire to progress and, you know, there are plenty— yorkshire to progress and, you know, there are plenty of _ yorkshire to progress and, you know, there are plenty of examples - yorkshire to progress and, you know, there are plenty of examples of - there are plenty of examples of where _ there are plenty of examples of where young _ there are plenty of examples of where young players _ there are plenty of examples of where young players have - there are plenty of examples of where young players have donei where young players have done better, — where young players have done better, although _ where young players have done better, although they— where young players have done better, although they had - where young players have done better, although they had beeni better, although they had been brought— better, although they had been brought up— better, although they had been hrought up in— better, although they had been brought up in your— better, although they had been brought up in your dough- better, although they had been| brought up in your dough might better, although they had been - brought up in your dough might born in yorkshire, — brought up in your dough might born in yorkshire, have _ brought up in your dough might born in yorkshire, have had _ brought up in your dough might born in yorkshire, have had to _ brought up in your dough might born in yorkshire, have had to go- in yorkshire, have had to go elsewhere _ in yorkshire, have had to go elsewhere for— in yorkshire, have had to go elsewhere for that - in yorkshire, have had to go. elsewhere for that opportunity. in yorkshire, have had to go- elsewhere for that opportunity. this is elsewhere for that opportunity. is highlighted the schisms between the grassroots game on its upper echelons. this is lodge patel himself speaking four years ago as part of a documentary on grassroots cricket in yorkshire's south asian communities and the challenges and barriers to progress people faced decades ago. in barriers to progress people faced decades ago-— decades ago. in those days, you know, it decades ago. in those days, you know. it was _ decades ago. in those days, you know, it was a _ decades ago. in those days, you know, it was a struggle - decades ago. in those days, you know, it was a struggle he - decades ago. in those days, you| know, it was a struggle he didn't eat meat, if you didn't drink, if you weren't part of the culture. if you weren't part of the culture. if you didn't dress, you know, with the
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right gear. the you didn't dress, you know, with the riaht near. ., , ., right gear. the words almost foreshadow _ right gear. the words almost foreshadow what _ right gear. the words almost foreshadow what has - right gear. the words almost foreshadow what has been i right gear. the words almost - foreshadow what has been unfolding in the last couple of weeks and they laid bare the scale of the dismantling and rebuilding job in front of lodge patel. dismantling and rebuilding “0b in front of lodge fatah dismantling and rebuilding “0b in front of lodge patel. you've really not to no front of lodge patel. you've really got to go right _ front of lodge patel. you've really got to go right down _ front of lodge patel. you've really got to go right down to _ front of lodge patel. you've really got to go right down to a - front of lodge patel. you've really got to go right down to a root - front of lodge patel. you've really got to go right down to a root and| got to go right down to a root and branch— got to go right down to a root and branch review— got to go right down to a root and branch review of _ got to go right down to a root and branch review of everything - branch review of everything yorkshire _ branch review of everything yorkshire does, _ branch review of everything yorkshire does, not- branch review of everything yorkshire does, notjust - branch review of everything yorkshire does, not just ati branch review of everything i yorkshire does, not just at the first— yorkshire does, not just at the first team _ yorkshire does, not just at the first team level— yorkshire does, not just at the first team level but _ yorkshire does, not just at the first team level but how - yorkshire does, not just at the first team level but how this i yorkshire does, not just at the | first team level but how this on coaches — first team level but how this on coaches and _ first team level but how this on coaches and the _ first team level but how this on coaches and the community, i first team level but how this on i coaches and the community, how first team level but how this on - coaches and the community, how they engage _ coaches and the community, how they engage with _ coaches and the community, how they engage with communities, _ coaches and the community, how they engage with communities, who - coaches and the community, how they engage with communities, who then l engage with communities, who then -ot engage with communities, who then got out _ engage with communities, who then got out there — engage with communities, who then got out there. and _ engage with communities, who then got out there. and to _ engage with communities, who then got out there. and to meet - engage with communities, who then got out there. and to meet needs. engage with communities, who theni got out there. and to meet needs to be, got out there. and to meet needs to he, the _ got out there. and to meet needs to he, the need — got out there. and to meet needs to he, the need to— got out there. and to meet needs to be, the need to be, _ got out there. and to meet needs to be, the need to be, like _ got out there. and to meet needs to be, the need to be, like an - got out there. and to meet needs to be, the need to be, like an audit- be, the need to be, like an audit trail on— be, the need to be, like an audit trail on transparency— be, the need to be, like an audit trail on transparency and - be, the need to be, like an audit trail on transparency and i- be, the need to be, like an audit trail on transparency and i thinkl trail on transparency and i think then— trail on transparency and i think then we'll— trail on transparency and i think then we'll get _ trail on transparency and i think then we'll get some _ trail on transparency and i think then we'll get some trust - trail on transparency and i think then we'll get some trust back. | trail on transparency and i think i then we'll get some trust back. it then we'll get some trust back. [i is then we'll get some trust back. is here the potential finally happened where the playing field will finally be levelled and where hope and trust in the gentleman game will be reborn. titer? hope and trust in the gentleman game will be reborn-— aisha iqbal, bbc news. there've been a great many conversations about sport's carbon footprint and how it can be reduced — especially at this week's cop26 summit in glasgow.
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well, formula e believes it is the most progressive sport, developing electric cars so racing can evolve into a cleaner sport for the planet — and representatives have been involved in a key session on transport day at the climate conferrence. the 2017 world champion lucas di grassi told me earlier that formula e is helping to accelerate change. there has been a very interesting transition in my lifetime for the full combustion racing formula i to high bids in endurance races are now fully electric with formula e. in ten years i have seen more now than probably in the last 20 or 30 is a very interesting times. but what can you see a time when formula e becomes perhaps the most popular motorsport? there is a high probability that in the mid—to long—term future formula e and formula i will merge because apart from classic motor sport i don't see anywhere in the future of the professional motorsport will beam with combustion engine so we're going to see hybrid in formula i for little while but in the future motorsport will be electric and all the categories will be electric and in the combustion is they will probably be either for the sole
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purpose of entertainment or as a class of motorsport so i don't have a definitive answer but the tendencies are in that direction anyway. tendencies are in that direction an a . �* ., tendencies are in that direction an a . ~ ., , ., , tendencies are in that direction an a. ., anyway. and he had big names like lewis hamilton _ anyway. and he had big names like lewis hamilton of _ anyway. and he had big names like lewis hamilton of course _ anyway. and he had big names like lewis hamilton of course of - anyway. and he had big names like lewis hamilton of course of talkingi lewis hamilton of course of talking a lot about how sustainability and saving the environment of important and they have both been involved in extreme e and in terms of how formula e can attract top name divers like that is that the big neck step to getting superstars involved in the spot? big make in extreme tea lewis and several others also have their own teams and have been involved since the beginning so it's a very interesting concept and championship. with formula ab had big names and a lot of other eggs formula i drivers racing formula e. it is a natural cycle and formula i has been here for seven or more years. formula e has only been around for 10% of that are only seven years of a soon as the
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temperature goes on we see more manufacturers investing even more in electric we will see the big names migrating from formula i to formula e infant formula eve to formula i when they still coexist and i see that as a natural trend for both championships. lucas degrassi talking to me there. across sport, more and more people are acknowledging the important role they play in highlighting climate change. sailor dona bertarelli and her team spindrift racing are launching another bid to sail around the world in record time, without using fossilfuels. she told our sports news reporter alex capstick about the challenge they'll have on board the vessel that has been renamed sails of change for the mission. you prepare but it is not like when you play tennis that you can repeat our movement. when you go around the world you don't know what you're going to expect and you cannot repeat that. you just have to go. the ocean covers 70% of the world and it is the best mitigate of a
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climate change. it is thanks to the ocean that we have life on earth and it regulates our climate, it regulates temperature, it regulates everything. it made sense for the boat to go without fossil fuels because we cannot campaign for an idea of something and not prove that it's possible. it is going to be only powered by solar and wind and we have cycling that if we don't have wind, if we don't have sun then will be elton cycle and produce our own energy. we know already where we might have some issues where we know we're going to have a little bit less on and we know we're going to have less energy. we are going to have less energy. we are going to have 2a—hour batteries to function normally a02a hours. this time around we will also have an ulcer pilot on board but it requires a huge amount of energy said the worst comes to the worst we can disconnect the autopilot and we do it like we always did in the old days, we stand on the helm of the boat. the most
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tricky is for food because all our food is dried food and need hot water to be able to eat something and especially when we are going to be in the southern ocean inside the boat it is going to be three celsius. i'm not going for myself, i'm going for the ocean. and going for the message. i'm going to try to inspire people to say look at the nature. we need to protect it, we need to love it, we need to embrace it and we need to respect it and if i can share that emotion and that love to many other people then, again, i would love to many other people then, again, iwould have love to many other people then, again, i would have been successful. look set to be an exciting mission ahead. before i go, a quick reminder of our top story — and england are out of the t20 world cup, beaten in the semi—finals by new zealand... it was a thrilling finale to the match — new zealand piling on the sixes towards the end...
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catch up on the bbc sport website... that's all from sportsday — coming up next, it's the weather with louise lear. that evening. there has been quite a lot of cloud across england and wales today. it has been mild but at times the cloud thickener for some light rain and drizzle. you can see that the threatening —looking skies on this rather beautiful weather watcher picture sent infants sheffield. different story in the north—east of scotland, starting the morning cold and frosty but that is where the best of the sunshine has been today. beautiful afternoon for many. now some cloud and rain pushing into scotland overnight tonight. at the same time our weather front has brought quite a lot of cloud and will publish this across much of england and wales. sandwiched in between the two will have clever skies and low single figures here but the rain will gradually sink its way south across scotland and at the same time through england and wales with that
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low cloud, that drizzle, a loss of mr murk first thing in the morning. in fact, fog may well be an issue across central and southern england, some of it dense in places, some of it slow to lift so do tune into bbc local radio stations first thing in the morning for travel and traffic updates. so, yes, it is a cloudy murky start. there will be outbreaks of drizzle is whatjoe might well as well, it well at times are particularly on west facing coasts. low pressure starting to put in from the west, temperature stilljust slightly above where they should be for this time of year despite the cloud and the rain. now, as we head towards why it is going to turn increasingly wet and windy with this area of low pressure. the strongest of the once of the southern flank so gale force gusts of wind are quite likely here. again, a relatively mild start, wildly double digits on friday morning. a dry start across much of south—east england. we'll see one binder salary rain easing away, wet and windy weather pushing in from the west but then it may
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well stay dry through the afternoon across east anglia and the south—east and, again, those temperatures just above where they should be for the time of year, ten, 15 celsius once again the high. as we move us on friday to saturday high pressure is going to build on from the west. that will actually quieten things down quite nicely for the weekend, got that weather front to ease away from the surface first thing but generally the week and will be largely dry. there is? as to just how much cloud we're going to see but nevertheless unpleasant enough for many.
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hello, i'm ros atkins, this is 0utside source. the cop26 climate summit enters its final phase in glasgow, but can it deliver the goods on global warming? a first draught published by the un urges countries to stengthen their carbon emissions targets within a year and to give poorer countries more support. borisjohnson has been back in town, to try to get world leaders on board. will you help us grasp the opportunity or will you stand in the way? the prime minister says the aim is to keep one point five alive, that's the global warming target agreed in paris five years ago, but is he running out of road?
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geoffrey cox — the latest conservative mp at the centre

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