it's 5000 years of history we're standing on. that is... amazing. and today, even from the air, you can see... nothing. a little rain and the harvest and those ancient avenues have already disappeared back into the past. david sillitoe, bbc news, milton keynes. that's almost it from us. newsnight‘s about to begin over on bbc two in a few moments. arguments about what kind of memorial —— wreath he laid. we will try to answer them. here on bbc one time for the news where you are.. good evening, i'm asad ahmad. so, now we can expect to see more police on our streets, and some of them armed, after today's events in westminster.
a car collided with pedestrians and cyclists felt acropolis, knocked out of the champions league by adk athens. not guilty and straight back into the hat squad but will the ecb punish ben stokes board that bristol brawl? also coming up we have the latest news from the european parents swimming —— para swimming championships in dublin. good evening. there'll be no more champions league football for celtic this season the scottish champions fell in the third qualifying round away at a ek athens. it was one all after the first leg in glasgow last week. brendan rogers side lost 2—1
this evening in the greek capital and they have dropped into the playoffs now for the europa league group stage. thick reports. the champions league is about money and prestige. failure to reach the group stage we see celtic miss out on more than £10 million. the funds needed to attract and retain players. manager brendan rodgers would have diedrich in his defence, but the u nsettled diedrich in his defence, but the unsettled belgians that he's not yet 100% operational. neither were his team—mates. caught ball watching as roderigo made the top result to carter with six minutes gone. rangers could bring in have all failed to beat adk athens in greece, with strikers missing through injury was going to be a stretch for celtic to buck that trend. things looked beyond their reach when marco doubled the host lead, but scott sinclair came off the bench to give celtic hope with 12 minutes to go. they came close, but not close
enough, out by the finest of margins, but at a great cost. there we re margins, but at a great cost. there were 3a ties in the first round of the league cup tonight, teens from league1 the league cup tonight, teens from league 1 and two and the championship at this stage although stoke n'zonzi had to buy into the next round. no extra time played. we have nine penalty shoot outs, that is how week two l exit knockout championship side ipswich. 0ver is how week two l exit knockout championship side ipswich. over 60 places separated aston villa and yeovil town. still a tight match, just the one goal in it, villa left very late, the poll in the 77th minute came as some relief to steve bruce's site as they have booked their place in the second round. we can get all the league cup result on the bbc sport website on the football pages and also on there you can find out all those championship lead qualifying —— champions league qualifying results as well including more reaction to celtic‘s defeat increase. ben stokes back in the ten
squad after being acquitted of afraid, charged after a brawl outside a bristol nightclub 11 months ago. the jury at bristol crown court found him not guilty but the england and wales cricket board will now start a disciplinary process that may result in a a sporting sanction. here's our sports editor dan roan (vt) this is arguably the biggest result of ben stokes's colourful and controversial career. he will be breathing a huge sigh of relief tonight as will think at the top of the english game. for the last seven working days he sat in the dark while he heard both prosecution and defence case. he always insisted he had merely been acting in self—defense when he became involved in that late—night brawl in bristol city centre on september 25 last year. today as the not guilty verdict was read out he closed his eyes with relief. his wife claire cried. this is a case that has raised a number of questions. stokes made note, daddy left ward and
allowed his lawyer to do the talking for him. the past 11 months have served to highlight todayjust how highly he values his position as an england representative both in terms of the privilege that role in sales and the responsibilities that it can bring. now that the trial is over he's keen to get back to cricket being his sole focus. within about an hourof being his sole focus. within about an hour of the verdict being announced the ecb issued a statement in which they confirmed that he had been reinstated for the squad for the third test match which starts on saturday at trent bridge against india. it is feasible he could in fa ct india. it is feasible he could in fact be playing in that, but of course this is not the end of the saga necessarily because a cricket disciplinary commission in the next few weeks will hold a hearing and it will —— may well be that despite the fa ct will —— may well be that despite the fact thejury will —— may well be that despite the fact the jury found him not guilty, of afraid, they still believe he deserves a cricketing sanction. he will now want to put all this behind him and get back to doing what he does best. he is of course a star all rounderfor does best. he is of course a star all rounder for england with the
world cup in in—home ashes series next year on the horizon as i say this will have come as a massive relief. after 17 years in formula one, the 2 time champion fernando alonso says it's time for a change. he's expected to join the indycar series next year as he looks to emulate graham hill and win the triple crown of monaco grand prix, le mans 2a hour and also indy500 titles. he's already got the first two he posted this farewell message across his social media sites. you not expecting me, and i wasn't sure i want to get to know you. when i barely knew how to walk there was your voice, your circuits without knowing anything about you. we had very good times, some unforgettable, other than really bad. we have played together against incredible rivals. you played with me and i learned how to play with youtube. i
have seen you changing, sometimes for good and sometimes in my opinion for good and sometimes in my opinion for bad. every time i closed my and i home felt your warm embrace, your energy, there is nothing like it. but today i have some other big challenges that you can offer me and this year this is how i want to remember you. i can only be grateful to you and the people that are part of you for having to give me so many encourages, traditions, languages, wonderful people for having been in my life. i know you love me, and be certain that i love you too. that is nice, isn't it? so alonso undoubtedly one of the all—time greats. britain'sjolyon palmer said driving against him was one of the greatest challenges. trying to race with him was very, very tough. you would never ever give up in a wheel to wheel battle and never saw one the dice was over. he would always be trying to find a way back at the next corner but off at the track he was relatively
quiet, got on with everybody but he was really i think well respected amongst everyone in the formula 1 paddock especially his peers. great britain won nine more medals on the second day of the pa ra—swimming european champoinships in dublin. leading the way was maisie summers newton who beat ellie simmonds on her way to setting a new world record...kate grey is there for us . for the first time in ten years paralympic champion elly simmons has not won a medal in her favourite events the 200 metres individual meddling, however a british athlete was crowned european champion in the event, 16—year—old maisie summers neuton we even broke ellie simmonds world record in the process and what i caught world record in the process and what icaught up world record in the process and what i caught up with her at the end of the race she cannot quite believe she had beaten the record that belong to the athlete that inspired her to get into paris slimming. belong to the athlete that inspired her to get into paris slimminglj used to look up to her, she's the one that made me start competitive swimming in end, so it is a bit surreal beating her, but she's done so surreal beating her, but she's done so well, so proud of her. there was
another world record at this time for tom hamer in vs 1a 200 metres of freestyle. you may or may bring him from winning gold at the commonwealth grip to limit games earlier in the year i know he can add european champion to his list of titles —— commonwealth games. he was even surprised how fast he swam. when i came back from the commonwealth games i had a few bones to get in shape. i enjoyed myself, that of a bad start but i feel a bit out of shape but i'm really happy with that swim in the groups i've still got so much more left in the tank. great britain won a total of nine medals on the second day of the championship, but plenty more to come including maisie summers neuton and ellie simmonds back in action tomorrow in the 100 metres breaststroke. the former world champion tyson fury has again been calling out his heavyweight rival deontay wilder as his comeback continues with a fight this weekend against francesco pianeta. just a warning there's some flash photography coming up. it's just fury‘s second fight back after a troublesome two years which saw him battle depression and an anti doping case, he faces the experienced pianeta
at windosr park where wilder, the wbc champ, will be ringside. are at an advanced stage. negotiations for the two to meet in december are at an advanced stage. what a fight that would be. that's all from sportsday. celtic knocked out of the champions league in qualifying in athens. coming up next is the papers. welcome to our look ahead to what
the papers will be bringing us tomorrow. with me are more hues, political correspondent at the financial times it asa bennett, brexit editor at the daily telegraph. good to see you both. clearly you believe here before better than tuscany. —— would be far better than tuscany. —— would be far better than tuscany. let's have a look at some of the front pages now. the financial times leads with the bridge that collapsed in genoa leaving more than 30 dead and the diy retailer announcement that it is to close 42 stores. the metro's frontpage has the verdict on ben sto kes‘s frontpage has the verdict on ben stokes's trial. not guilty of afraid in bristol. the daily star also leads with the england cricketer‘s ca rava ns leads with the england cricketer‘s caravans “— leads with the england cricketer‘s caravans —— travails and that acquittal. the suspected terrorist attack near the houses of parliament in reference to the police arriving within seconds on the scene hero cops and it also has coverage of that collapsed bridge and genoa.
also leading with the men's —— westminster attack and that collapsed bridge in northern italy is the telegraph‘s frontpage. the times, the eye's frontpage has the moment the police warned —— swarmed the westminster attack or‘s are in the westminster attack or‘s are in the guardian front story is the reported rise intake for chief executives while workers pay failed to match inflation. we will get out of that story with low levels of unemployment, the lowest seen since the mid—70s, but wages have not been keeping pace with inflation but we will get onto that in a minute. laura, we start with the telegraph. that attack seemingly counterterror police are leading the investigation into what happened with this vehicle on the westminster bridge, within a year of another attack at roughly the same spot. yes, it felt a bit deja vu this morning going into work and seeing police everywhere and it
is interesting because obviously the story has had huge coverage today but it was one guy. it's not like he achieved the mission he perhaps set out to achieve, reports of him driving around for hours this morning, leaving his home i think in birmingham or wherever he rented the carfrom and birmingham or wherever he rented the car from and not having the guts to do itand car from and not having the guts to do it and police ambulance up your behind him and suddenly he swerved so behind him and suddenly he swerved so you behind him and suddenly he swerved so you saw behind him and suddenly he swerved so you saw the video the bbc put out earlier and resort —— three cyclists we re earlier and resort —— three cyclists were injured, to a hospital and they are both out. it is one of those ones where it could have been really disastrous, but it is one guy we don't know if he's acting alone, if this was a copycat attack from the one we saw last year which obviously did a lot more damage. i think there isa did a lot more damage. i think there is a question sometimes of should we put these stories on the front page? should we give them this guy all the attention? we will get onto that in attention? we will get onto that in a second. the fact is parliament is not in, it is in recess, not in session and it's not in, it is in recess, not in session and its august and not a
lot of people about. the front page of the telegraph says botched copycat attack. if the police establish this was a terror attack ms —— this seems to be the line of inquiry they are going down, then botched is the right word, isn't it? absolutely. i remember donald trump after the last year's attack said terrorist should be called losers and in any sense you can almost rememberthat, he is and in any sense you can almost remember that, he is a failure, loser himself, reportedly freaking and crashing into a wall and obviously now we survey the scene and thankfully just being obviously now we survey the scene and thankfullyjust being far less than what we saw last year as a result. at the same time i guess officials will be having similar debates as they did last year of how they reacted to it, do they put more bollards up, did the pedestrian eyes parliament square? bollards up, did the pedestrian eyes parliament square ? there bollards up, did the pedestrian eyes parliament square? there is a knock oi'i parliament square? there is a knock on effects of that —— pedestrian eyes parliaments where. if you try to do that there are security applications with theresa may really
be walking from downing street to parliament today? it is no easy thing and yet the refrain you always hear is we will not let the terrorists win, we will not change out terrorists win, we will not change our normal way of life and yet it feels —— if you are tearing up the urban landscape to make... that is certainly disruption and change up why we are changing our behaviour to a degree but i suppose that has to happen up to a point. but to your point, laura, the bbc has actually led on the genoa bridge collapse throughout the day. i think obviously when this was unfolding first thing this morning, it was the lead story on some radio bulletins but i think the main news alerts and have been leading on genoa and i has been a certain amount of praise for 1's on the twitter sphere for the bbc for doing that. —— for once. it is not the front page of the guardian, and it is not on the front