showers well. there will be some showers gci’oss well. there will be some showers across eastern parts. a few showers into wales. quite showery day. a few heavy showers for east anglia and the south—east but further west it should be fewer and further between. high pressure continues to dominate so we high pressure continues to dominate so we should see sunshine across northern and western areas. the weather system will be pushing in to the west later in the day and it means we will see and spread on wednesday and thursday, and gradually turning warmer from the south. this is bbc news. the headlines at 11. police investigating the london tube bombing have arrested a second man — he's 21 and was detained in west london last night. the search of a property in sunbury—on—thames in surrey — of an eighteen—year—old man who was arrested yesterday morning — continues. the home secretary says she's not surprised borisjohnson has set out his own vision of britain after brexit.
i don't want him managing the brexit process. what we have got is theresa may managing that process. she is driving the car and i will make sure that as far as i am concerned and the rest of the cabinet is concerned, we help her do that. the un secretary—general says myanmar‘s leader, aung san suu kyi, has a "last chance" to end the military offensive that's forced 400,000 rohingya muslims to flee to neighbouring bangladesh. also in the next hour. anger and controversy in las vegas. the hotly anticipated fight between as saul alvarez and gennadi golovkin ends in a surprising draw. and in half an hour here on bbc news, foreign correspondents based in london analyse this week's events on dateline london. good morning and welcome to bbc news.
police investigating the london tube bombing have made a second arrest. it follows intense police activity in sunbury on thames overnight, where armed officers searched a property and evacuated residents. 30 people were injured in the attack at parsons green tube station during the friday morning rush hour. scotland yard says a 21—year—old man was detained in hounslow in west london last night. detectives are continuing to question an 18—year—old man who was arrested in dover yesterday, on suspicion of planting the bomb at parsons green. the uk terror threat level remains at critical following the attack. andy moore reports on the latest into the investigation. on a saturday afternoon in a london suburb, people looked out
of their windows to find heavily armed counter—terror officers in their alleyways and streets. many residents were evacuated as the police operation continued. the centre of their attention was the home of an elderly couple who had fostered hundreds of youngsters over the years. in 2010, penny and ronjones were both awarded the mbe by the queen for their services to children. in an online interview, mrsjones said they had recently started fostering refugee children, including some from syria and iraq. the search in sunbury followed the arrest of an 18—year—old man at the port of dover. police said it was a significant breakthrough. the device that failed to go off on the tube was made with home—made explosives and, it is believed, was packed with metalfragments. it was similar to the bomb used in the manchester arena attack. this has been a year like no other. we have seen five serious attacks
and six foiled by the police. the police are getting on with their operation today, working closely with the security services. i had an update this morning that they have made two arrests and will be working hard to see else they can find out and will be working hard to see what else they can find out about this attacker. while the investigation continues, the uk terror threat remains for the time being at critical — its highest level. andy moore, bbc news. we can speak to our correspondent anisa kadri, who's at new scotland yard. presumably the threat level remaining unchanged despite the arrests says there is an indication the police are not yet confident that they have covered all the potential eventualities? the terror threat level is at critical, which means it is at its highest level thatis means it is at its highest level that is possible. what it means is there is extra security on the streets and it means big events like
the chelsea and arsenal football match will have extra security checks. it means there are troops deployed and it means there are more armed police on the streets. what it does mean is that people should not be alarmed, but they should be alert, vigilant, that another terror attack could be imminent. it is the precautionary principle that police are adopting and understandable until they know the potential connections between different people who may have been involved in the incident on friday, it would be in a sense foolhardy to relax their guard. what do we know about the second arrest? it took place late last night but police only revealed it publicly this morning. the second arrest was made in hounslow, around nine miles from where the attack took place on friday. a 21—year—old man was arrested and he is being
questioned at a london police station. police are continuing to question the 18—year—old man arrested yesterday. a fast moving investigation. what the government has said to the bbc is that this second arrest suggests that the attack on friday was not the actions ofa attack on friday was not the actions of a low wall. they also say it is too early to reach any final conclusions. thanks. earlier, i spoke to our news correspondent kathryn stanczyszyn who is in sunbury—on—thames. that is where the houses being searched. i am standing at the outer cordon on cavendish road in sunbury, in surrey will stop around 100 metres, the cordon put in place yesterday and there has been intense activity throughout the night and within the last hour. they are focusing on a lavender, purple
house, about halfway down. in the past hour a perimeter barrier has been put up, taking in around seven houses on each side. there are barriers in place and a tent has been put outside the lavender house where forensics teams are working. hopefully you are seeing pictures of what is going on. we know some residents have been allowed into the perimeter because we saw them coming out of their houses. we know residents on the street were allowed back last night. they were worried but relieved to come home. what about the people who live there? they have been named as penelope and ronald jones, 71 and 88 respectively and very well—known as foster carers. they have been fostering a0 yea rs carers. they have been fostering a0 years and had received mbes for their work. locals saying they had an 18—year—old and 22—year—old staying recently. but people
expressing shock. residents have been allowed back and even within the barrier perimeter they have been allowed back to their homes, but it does not look like there is any slow up does not look like there is any slow up in the work of the police are doing. if anything, up in the work of the police are doing. ifanything, it up in the work of the police are doing. if anything, it is increasing. we will have updates during the course of the day of any further developments. the home secretary has accused borisjohnson the foreign secretary back—seat driving after his article on brexit ina driving after his article on brexit in a newspaper yesterday. mrjohnson revived his vision for what is known as hard brexit and is accused of trying to force the prime minister's and ahead of the speech she is due to make florence. amber rudd said his intervention was not a bit for party leadership. earlier our political correspondent chris mason said the intervention had divided opinion among conservative mps. westminster is excited about it. the
perpetual question, what is boris johnson up to, is here once again and there are theories about what it might two. the facts are the prime minister is giving a big speech on brexit in florence in italy on friday. we have known that speech —— about that speech a little while. borisjohnson about that speech a little while. boris johnson appears with about that speech a little while. borisjohnson appears with an extensive article, a000 words long. absolutely huge for what is a newspaper article. somebody asked me on social media the conventional length of a politician's article, they tend to be 500 words long. little column or box. this was much more than that and strikingly not just about brexit. it read like a boris manifesto. i am glad you brought it up. there are things
about infrastructure. education reform. it did notjust deal with the bold question and important question of what sort of brexit it will be. quite, and some of the problems as he sees them would not necessarily find a solution in brexit. completely detached areas of policy. speaking to conservative mps yesterday, some saw it as a leadership bid and thought it disloyal. 0thers, leadership bid and thought it disloyal. others, including those wanting to remain, welcomed the kind of clarity of a positive vision and contrasted it with what they see as the prime minister's weakness in articulating that kind of thing. what is striking, there is no appetite in the conservative party for a leadership race. they recognise it would be destabilising and fear it could trigger a general election and look atjeremy corbyn and think you could win. they do not wa nt to
and think you could win. they do not want to see that happen. boris johnson, as george osborne put it, is always involved in a leadership campaign and every political intervention should be seen at such and plenty at westminster see it like that. this is the home secretary on the andrew marr show. we have theresa may managing that process. she is driving the car, to continue the allegory, and i will make sure that we help her do that. this is back—seat driving? absolutely. i am clear that the cabinet and government supports theresa may. that there is a difficult moment to ensure we get the best result for the united kingdom, but i'm sure we can. a huge amount of criticism, it was like a flashback, a year ago, the £350 million a week he sees, boris
johnson, the uk will benefit from. that figure was wisely discredited. there is a bbc piece that looks at the numbers. you can see online why people say that. it is the gross figure but margaret thatcher negotiated a rebate and the rebate stays in the uk and the figure is smaller. the labour party suggested he was indulging in fantasy and the liberal democrats said it was a lie. chris mason. the liberal democrat leader vince cable said the prime minister should sack boris johnson for his comments. he told the bbc as the party conference continues in bournemouth that it was perfectly possible he could become britain's next prime minister. he said the labour party and conservatives were in internal civil wars. 0ur political correspondent eleanor garnier is there. sir vince cable briefly back to
london to talk to andrew marr, and striking the tone he was adopting, going on the offensive. yes, and insisting that he was being serious about being the future prime minister. talking to liberal democrat members, they put on a brave face. they are trying to stay upbeat. there is reflection going on about just why they did not upbeat. there is reflection going on aboutjust why they did not do better in the general election earlier this year. the question for the new leader, sir vince cable, can he boost morale and increase their vote s ha re ? he boost morale and increase their vote share? that is what the party needs. despite winning four extra mps, taking the number to 12, needs. despite winning four extra mps, taking the numberto12, the vote share of the party dropped. sir vince cable needs to convince not just the party here he is the right person to do that but to convince voters that the liberal democrats are the party for them. you would
think they are the most pro—eu party would have the pick of the a8% of people who voted remain but that did not translate in the general election and he has a huge challenge on his hands. he was asked on the andrew marr show about those challenges and also if he really could be prime minister.|j challenges and also if he really could be prime minister. i think it is perfectly plausible. as leader of the third uk party, myjob is to be the third uk party, myjob is to be the alternative prime minister. i think british politics is in a remarkable state of flux. you have the conservative party in open civil war, a complete breakdown of discipline. you have the labour party ina discipline. you have the labour party in a suppressed civil war. they have had a good election and jeremy corbyn is riding high that under the surface there is discontent about the extreme left. i entered my party are the alternative. you think you can go from a party getting 7% of the vote to one that wins an overall majority
ina to one that wins an overall majority in a couple of years? it is possible. if british party politics breaks up, the traditional structures break up, which could happen, we are well—positioned with moderate, sensible policies, a good track record of government. we have good experience in government and local level. what you may find it is there is a shift of opinion in our direction. i am confident about talking about being an alternative prime minister. sir vince cable a few months ago was writing a novel and thought his time in politics was done but then we have a snap election and he was propelled into being the new lib dem leader. instead of getting back to writing books, he now has a serious challenge on his hands. you said no one else wanted the job. in a sense this is a problem for the party, that it does not have any more a
range of high—profile faces the public can engage with. sir vince cable may be well—known, not least for his appearances on strictly come dancing, but he is backed up by a tea m dancing, but he is backed up by a team that lacks public recognition. that is a party that —— problem the party house. to have a relevant message for the british public. i think what we will hear a lot about this conference is vince cable is a heavyweight politician who has been there and done it before. he was the business secretary who worked in government. was one of the few politicians who predicted the financial crash. the party wants to paint him as a serious politician who can deliver serious messages. the party only has 12 mps and it needs to punch above its parliamentary wait to be able to get
that message through to the public. of course, the lib dems have a lot of peers in the lords but in order to translate this surge in membership they saw after the referendum into more votes to get more mps into parliament, they are banking a lot on their new leader, sir vince cable. it looks like the sunshine is coming out in bournemouth. thanks. the headlines on bbc news. police investigating the london tube bombing have arrested a second man — he's 21 and was detained in west london last night. the home secretary — amber rudd — says borisjohnson shouldn't be be a back seat driver. it follows an article he wrote with his views on brexit. the un secretary—general says myanmar‘s leader, aung san suu kyi, has a "last chance" to end the military offensive that's forced a00,000 rohingya muslims to flee to neighbouring bangladesh. sport now.and for a full round up, from the bbc sport centre, here's jessica creighton.
gennadi golovkin has described his controversial draw with canelo alvarez as "terrible for sport." there were boos around the arena, when the decision was announced, and both boxers shook their heads. it means golovkin retains his three major middleweight titles, and remains unbeaten in 38 fights. ajudge had 115—113 0ne judge scored it 118—110 for alvarez, anotherjudge another judge baffled pundits. and after dominating the middle rounds, golovkin thought he'd done enough to win the fights this is terrible for sports, from boxing. sports, for boxing. i am a champion. this is the biggest fight from boxing. if thesejudges, like today, this is terrible.
i get she needs to be reviewed. i think she needs to go back to school. to learn how to judge a fight. this makes good debate for a second fight, possibly, right? what about that score? are you telling me that the judge's score affected how you feel about who won? i can't fix that. that is the job of the commission. 0urjob as promoters is to do due process. it was frustrating night for nicola adams. she was due to be on the undercard of the golovkin alvarez fight. it would have been the double 0lympic champion's most high profile bout as a professional, but it was called off after a problem with her opponent's pre—fight blood test. adams put this message on social media. better news for billyjoe saunders, who successfully defended his
wbo middleweight title against willie monroe jr at the copper box arena in london. he won on points and stretches his unbeaten record to 25 fights. arsenal travel to london rivals chelsea. have beaten chelsl in their last two meetings but have a poor recent record at stamford bridge. the gunners' manager arsene wenger was in confident mood ahead of the match. in recent years, chelsea had great teams always and it was always difficult to win there but our record against chelsea recently has been good. we won last year here, we won in the fa cup final, we won on penalties in the charity shield, so let's just continue to just focus on the quality of our game. and wayne rooney returns to his old
clu b and wayne rooney returns to his old club with everton when they play manchester united. everybody knows about his qualities and what he did for manchester united. he is an everton player and one of those players who needs to react and to bring the level we expect from players like wayne rooney. lewis hamilton says he is looking for a "miracle" to limit the damage to his title hopes in today's singapore grand prix. sebastian vettel claimed pole at the marina bay street circuit by three tenths of a second, from red bull's max verstappen. hamilton was more than half a second off the pace and will start from fifth. england lost to west indies by 21 runs. england won the toss and chose to field but the windies got off to a flying start. chris gayle was
their star a flying start. chris gayle was theirstar man, a flying start. chris gayle was their star man, hitting a quickfire a0. despite alex hales top scoring, england fell short, all—out for 155 with three balls remaining. the one—day series starts on tuesday at 0ld one—day series starts on tuesday at old trafford. that's all sport for now. i'll have more in the next hour. the government in bangladesh is planning to build a camp to accommodate the a00,000 rohingya muslims who have fled a military crackdown in neighbouring myanmar. the authorities also say they'll impose restrictions on their movement, to stop the refugees settling in other parts of the country. in an interview with the bbc‘s hardtalk programme, the un secretary—general, antonio guterres, said myanmar‘s leader, aung san suu kyi, had to contain the country's military. it is clear we have two dimensions.
0ne dimension is it is not a perfect democracy. this is a situation where the military have the upper hand. you are blaming the military, not aung san suu kyi? who is responsible? it is a complex situation. it is clear there is pressure from the military side to do what is being done on the ground. of course, i would expect that the leader of the country would be able to contain it and would be able to reverse the situation. she has a last chance to do so because she will be addressing the country and i hope it corresponds exactly... she will have a chance. it corresponds to our high—level session in the general assembly. she will have a chance to reverse the situation and if she does not reverse it now, the
tragedy will be absolutely horrible and unfortunately i don't see how this then can be reversed the future. you do not see how can be reversed? i think she has an opportunity next tuesday. can she tell the military to stop what is going on on the ground. you just blamed the military and not her. going on on the ground. you just blamed the military and not henm is important that have links to the military do so. all forms of pressure are military do so. all forms of pressure a re necessary military do so. all forms of pressure are necessary in order to make sure the carnage stops. that interview is broadcast at 12:30am in the morning and then again on the bbc news channel. and it will be on the bbc iplayer. a british airways flight was
grounded at charles de gaulle airport in paris for security reasons. the airbus was due to fly to london heathrow when officials ordered its evacuation. i spoke to a passenger on board. ordered its evacuation. i spoke to a passenger on boardlj ordered its evacuation. i spoke to a passenger on board. i was on the first flight of the day and there was a slight delay. this lasted about an hour. we were told it was due to a technical fault. and then shortly after we were told that the aircraft, it has not moved, it would have to reposition due to the —— that delay. the aircraft moved to the far corner of the tarmac. we then very quickly noticed there were
dozens then very quickly noticed there were d oze ns of then very quickly noticed there were dozens of vehicles, five vehicles, and dozens of armed officers which then got out on the ground. they swarmed around the aircraft. the pilot then said calmly that there was a security threat. a direct threat had been made towards our aircraft. we were held on the plane around 15—20 minutes. then we all had to fire loft one by one and every single person, every item of baggage was searched and that took around an hour. by now we are around three hours late and most people had connections from the flight. the understanding from what you're saying is the pilot specifically said to you that somebody has made a threat to this plane and clearly
that kind of risk has to be investigated. yes it was my understanding that well the pilot said an individual had made threats towards our aircraft. british airways were absolutely fantastic throughout the incident. the pilot did a greatjob in keeping us calm. everybody was calm in getting. the process was relatively fast. it must have felt quite unreal? yes, definitely. it is the sort of thing you see on social media, you see may be on tv shows. where an aircraft is being swarmed like that. there were literally dozens like that. there were literally d oze ns of like that. there were literally dozens of police vehicles and five vehicles and that is when i realised it was really serious. it was definitely scary but the pilot did a greatjob in definitely scary but the pilot did a
great job in reassuring definitely scary but the pilot did a greatjob in reassuring us. he was sure it was a full salaam. —— he was sure it was a false alarm. when would you get home? it is a little chaotic here as you can imagine. a lot of people have not made it to their connecting flight. iamjust made it to their connecting flight. i am just back to london so hopefully i will get on a flight soon. and he did. the plane has taken off and it is en route right now. i wonder what the weather holds in store forjames and fellow passengers. good morning. it is an improvement today on what we had yesterday. if i show you the satellite picture, glorious spells of sunshine. the south—west of england and south wales. glimmers elsewhere. a lot of
cloud through scotland and into central and southern parts. low cloud which will break. we should see some sunshine appearing. there could be showers across central and eastern parts. the best the sunshine across the west. feeling warmer. this evening, showers continue across eastern areas. 0vernight they continue across eastern counties and elsewhere it will remain dry. clear skies, light wind. a cold night. maybe a touch of frost in one or two places further north and west. monday, similar to today with the best of the sunshine in the north and west with most showers through central and southern and eastern parts. hello. this is bbc news. the headlines: police investigating the london tube bombing have
arrested a second man. he's 21 and was detained before midnight in west london last night. the home secretary, amber rudd, has accused borisjohnson of being a "backseat driver" following his newspaper piece setting out his views on brexit. the un secretary general says myanmar‘s leader, aung san suu kyi, has a "last chance" to end the military offensive that's forced a00,000 rohingya muslims to flee to neighbouring bangladesh. those are the headlines. more at midday. now on bbc news, it's time for dateline london. one i prepared a little earlier!