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showers can but today sunshine and showers can but today showers been much bigger, take this big storm cloud on the horizon in hampshire. if i show you the radar, you can see the majority of thunderstorms we have had have been in wales, south—west england and the midlands. if you look at the jet stream pattern, we have got a trough, which encourages those big showers and thunderstorms to develop, but in stark contrast to what is happening further east, what we have a massive ridge pattern that has set up very high temperatures, with a heat wave ring record june temperatures from part of the arctic dentist in europe. overnight tonight, given those favourable jet stream conditions, we keep showers going in england and wales the next several hours. temperatures of ten to 12 and, by the end of the night, we start to see some rain arriving in eastern most areas of i wet start here. as we go through tomorrow, it will be a breezy kind of day and,
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after a dry start for many, showers will develop. some of the heaviest this time more likely in parts of eastern england, particularly stretching from northumberland down to about norfolk, temperatures are still ranging from the high teens in the west to the low 20s in the ease and, like for the last few days. we start the weekend still with low pressure in charge. a band of rain pushing is, followed by more showers. it's going to be a blustery day with some sunny spells between the showers and, in the sunshine, not feeling bad. temperatures i7 the showers and, in the sunshine, not feeling bad. temperatures 17 or 18 in the west, low 20s further east. high pressure is set to built in, which should settle the weather down for the weekend next week, and it should start to get warmer, with temperatures for some which in the mid 20s. thanks, chris. and that's bbc news at six on thursday 30th june. you can keep up to date with all today's stories on the bbc website. now on bbc1, it's time tojoin our colleagues across the nations and regions
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for the news where you are. from me goodnight. hello and welcome to sportsday — i'm chethan partak. here in wilmington for a stunning day for the british players on the second round for the upcoming up on the programme the biggest win of her life, katie boulter beats last year is runner—up karolina pliskova on an emotional game on centre court. goad emotional game on centre court. good to net emotional game on centre court. good to get emotional. _ emotional game on centre court. good to get emotional. my _ emotional game on centre court. (emf. to get emotional. my grand passed away a few days ago and i just like to dedicate that to her today. the sensational _ to dedicate that to her today. the sensational win for liam broady who
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puts out diego schwartzman and five thrilling sets. small text survives a scare as a world number one keeps her wimbledon hopes alive. i'm only foster at the bbc sport centre with the rest of today's headlines, frustration at taunton as the weather think that weathers couples england's chances of winning the testing in south africa. will hear from the w series champion as she prepares to race at silverstone this weekend. welcome along. thank you for joining forjoining us live, day four at wimbledon. if the atmosphere was flat last night both after emma reddick, who went out then the
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british players have lifted the booze for the supporters and the british fans on seder court, katie boulter delivering against last year is runner—up karolina pliskova. also big wins for heather watson and liam broady rounding up for the british players. dan reports. after being the toast of tennis town on days one and two, british success at wimbledon was suddenly proving harder to locate. did anyone still have the key to victory? there were hopes for katie boulter against karolina pliskova but trailing the sixth seed any hopes she had looked set to slip from her grasp. down but, crucially, not out. back into the match boulter roared, setting up a decider courtesy of a tie break. as tension mounted, people struggled to watch. but if boulter was feeling the pressure, it didn't show. a break celebrated like a win but the best was yet to come and it arrived just moments later. i'v e i've got no words right now, i'm literally shaking, the crowd was
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unbelievable so thank you for getting me through that. my grand passed away two days ago and ijust like to dedicate that to her today. over on court number three liam broady raced into an early lead against 12th seed diego schwartzman. the early setback roused schwartzman. the argentine levelled at one set apiece before winning nine straight games and the third round beckoned. but, broady wasn't done and having gone to the brink, he was back and flying. and there really was no other way to describe the biggest win of his career. unbelievable. harriet dart and alastair grey weren't able to join the brit victory party but heather watson did, completeding her suspended match from day three. dan ogunshakin, bbc news that suspended match was completed here on the court on court 18. heather watson had to sleep on that overnight, that one match, one game
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away from the next round and she completed it. it's been an emotional couple of years for heather. she's been speaking to my colleague. honestly, i'm not taping _ speaking to my colleague. honestly, i'm not coping that _ speaking to my colleague. honestly, i'm not coping that well— speaking to my colleague. honestly, i'm not coping that well anymore. i i'm not coping that well anymore. i've got less than four hours sleep last night. and dave scheduled me tonight not before 6pm for doubles. i think they're trying to kill me. to be honest. how please review to come out and get the job done super quickly? come out and get the “ob done super cuickl ? . �* , come out and get the “ob done super cuickl? ., �* , quickly? yeah, i'm very happy. i don't think— quickly? yeah, i'm very happy. i don't think it — quickly? yeah, i'm very happy. i don't think it could _ quickly? yeah, i'm very happy. i don't think it could gone - quickly? yeah, i'm very happy. i don't think it could gone any - don't think it could gone any better. breaking in that first game and finishing through the match. especially without a physical and long the last three days, four days have been for me. and so yeah, it's hard to take in because it's just been nonstop. and still having to play doubles again tonight, i'm sort of, i don't get time to even celebrate it, really.-
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of, i don't get time to even celebrate it, really. one british fire to bring — celebrate it, really. one british fire to bring you _ celebrate it, really. one british fire to bring you up-to-date . celebrate it, really. one british. fire to bring you up-to-date with fire to bring you up—to—date with and that is jack draper, the great hope of man's british tennis. he is currently on the way. let's bring you live pictures. he was up an early break and he is still up by a break over on court number one. he leads by three games to 2, jack draper and serving at the moment to hold onto that break lead that he's gonna potentially play liam broady next. let's ta ke let's take a breath away from the british players. talk about some of the front runners talking about the world number one who has now made it, 37 consecutive wins. a boy, did she have to survive a scare to make her place in round three was upjoe belinsky reports. forfour months in round three was upjoe belinsky reports. for four months they've all been trained to work eager out. she
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has not lost a tennis match since february and next to try was in out side outside the courts was cook over who lost in qualifying but now the late step in was stepping forward. for dutch women dare take on the top seed. but twice from a break down she hit back. the world number one took the first set 6—4. this would be no procession. cook over and 30 was injust her this would be no procession. cook over and 30 was in just her fourth grand slam but still she stayed. finding the alliance against a player who in those four months have lostjust player who in those four months have lost just six sets. player who in those four months have lostjust six sets. now cook over we get the seven. all this for a player ranked 138 in the world but in a third set aside she needed it all to go right. swiatek had her escape
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route, one break in that game was enough or they match. swiatek a lucky loser had worked her over. but the winning run keeps going. in the end safely through to the next round. but will another of the favourites here at wimbledon today also make it through to the third round? rafael nadal battling hard. what a crafter. what an incredible year he said. these are live pictures on centre records. rafael nadal the lithuanian is who is playing. the 6—4, 6—4 to drop a third but you can see he's at the break in the first and looking good for the moment to reach the next round as he chases his third wimbledon title. so much to talk about on day four. i'm really pleased to sayjoe joins me. we're talking a little bit about nadal
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before we came on. you were 35 when he retired. not that long ago, obviously. rafael nadal rafael nadal going strong what you make of his wins under his belt? instrument is when you think of what is gone through with his foot and how he plays with it slightly numb most of the time. i saw him practice this morning, a little bit of a limb. but his desire and his motivation to play and perform because he loves it. i think that's what we get from it. the because he loves it. i think that's what we get from it.— because he loves it. i think that's what we get from it. the men's and women's has _ what we get from it. the men's and women's has opened _ what we get from it. the men's and women's has opened up _ what we get from it. the men's and women's has opened up and - what we get from it. the men's and women's has opened up and part i women's has opened up and part of the men's drop because of these positive covid tests that we've had we've lost some and today batista are pulling out because of covid. under wilson's protocols you do not have to pull out of these championships if you have a positive covid test. technically you can keep playing, speculating there may be some players doing that. how would you have felt playing during a pandemic with players pet testing positive and still playing in wimbledon does nothing about a? b,
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wimbledon does nothing about a? funny, grey area at the moment. because you don't have to test. i suppose it depends on what you feel like and morally how you look at it. they've tempted by the prize money. this is huge for some of them to get through to the second round or third round, the money will fund them for the rest of the year. that's why some of them do it. we the rest of the year. that's why some of them do it.— some of them do it. we talked earlier about _ some of them do it. we talked earlier about the _ some of them do it. we talked earlier about the british - some of them do it. we talked earlier about the british tennis stars katie boulter through, liam broady through, who do you post today? i broady through, who do you post toda ? ' , ~ today? i in different ways i think katie boulter _ today? i in different ways i think katie boulter held _ today? i in different ways i think katie boulter held her— today? i in different ways i think katie boulter held her nerve - katie boulter held her nerve beautifully at the end. she's got a big power game and she really took it to karolina pliskova on centre court. that's a child one. well done to her. i think liam broady, i watched the last set and he was down three love in the fourth, came roaring back, never gave up. i love his spirit, it was super. you roaring back, never gave up. i love his spirit, it was super.— his spirit, it was super. you are coverin: his spirit, it was super. you are covering medically, _ his spirit, it was super. you are covering medically, incredibly. his spirit, it was super. you are - covering medically, incredibly open,
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she's looking great two—time former champion here. but asking for a name who are you picking for the women's draw? . �* , . who are you picking for the women's draw? ., �* , ., ., ., ., ., ., draw? that's a tough one. karolina phskova draw? that's a tough one. karolina pliskova has _ draw? that's a tough one. karolina pliskova has played _ draw? that's a tough one. karolina pliskova has played the _ draw? that's a tough one. karolina pliskova has played the best - draw? that's a tough one. karolina j pliskova has played the best match so far and all the women. i saw a little bit ofjohn so far and all the women. i saw a little bit ofjothack. hard to bet against ingress swiatek. little bit of john jack. hard to bet against ingress swiatek.- little bit of john jack. hard to bet against ingress swiatek. thank you so much for _ against ingress swiatek. thank you so much forjoining _ against ingress swiatek. thank you so much forjoining us. _ against ingress swiatek. thank you so much forjoining us. guess- against ingress swiatek. thank you | so much forjoining us. guess what's happening. it is starting to rain. that is the perfect time for me to subtly hand back to arlene foster. get your rolle. will be back with you later. we will stay with the rain because it's been a busy few days of cricket. it's been a frustrating day at taunton. the rain bringing men to the final test in the women's at south africa. the
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match was drawn. but as henry toby england can still take plenty away from it. he knew forcinu a take plenty away from it. he knew forcing a positive _ take plenty away from it. he knew forcing a positive outcome - take plenty away from it. he knew forcing a positive outcome from i take plenty away from it. he knew. forcing a positive outcome from this match was good to be difficult. but there are a lot of positive. ingrid had four debutantes. all performing well day of the stevenson bridges with that wonderful 100 in england's innings. also with the ball replacing the retired and lauren bell bowled really well and didn't seem fazed at all by the situation. lots of positives in that regard. nonstop test cricket this week. the men are back in action tomorrow. this was that delayed final test from last year against india. yes. from last year against india. yes, 14 da s from last year against india. yes, 14 days worth. — from last year against india. yes, 14 days worth, strait _ from last year against india. yes, 14 days worth, strait of _ 14 days worth, strait of international test cricket between england's men and women side. this is a funny match because we expected this to be playing at old trafford last september, it's being played tomorrow in birmingham. in india are — one up in the series are looking to sail the series, england are looking to draw level. it's a very
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different england side that would've played in september, brendan mccollum is the code come up ben stokes is the captain and this is in england side that is full of confidence for the captain and this is an england side that is full of confidence with up there will be no sam billings keeping wicked, the other change allergen back into the side. �* ., , ., other change allergen back into the side. ., , ., . , side. another bit of cricket news, we knew this _ side. another bit of cricket news, we knew this was _ side. another bit of cricket news, we knew this was going _ side. another bit of cricket news, we knew this was going to - side. another bit of cricket news, | we knew this was going to happen side. another bit of cricket news, - we knew this was going to happen but jos butler is the man to take the england white ball forward. yes. jos butler is the man to take the england white ball forward. yes, we knew that was _ england white ball forward. yes, we knew that was almost _ england white ball forward. yes, we knew that was almost certainly - england white ball forward. yes, we| knew that was almost certainly going to be the case when we heard about morgan retiring from international cricket kid. butler's been vice captain, he stepped in with morgan's been unavailable. the obvious choice for england's little piece in the form of his life, he's been unbelievable in white ball cricket in the last few months he will be full of confidence and hoping to carry on the momentum that this england white ball site has. he has learned from one of the great captains in english cricket, eoin morgan has done some framework for england side. butler will follow that model and hope to utilise all the talent available in a big year for england of the t20 world cup, 50 of the t20 world cup, 50 over
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welcome woke up to have a long but not a lot on his plate but it's got the resources to have a really successful team. england's women are playing the final innings before the european champion that starts next week. they are in zurich and playing switzerland the lionesses missed a number of chances in the first half and only took the lead midway through the second half, alessia russo finally breaking the deadlock in zurich in front of a swiss record crowd of 16,000 for a women's game. england's euros campaign on home soil kicks off next wednesday night at old trafford where they face austria. they are winning, the lionesses ahead of the euros. two female cyclists have claimed that transgender athletes are still competing in british cycling women's events — despite the governing body suspending their own policy that had allowed trans participation. earlier this week the government urged sports bodies to ensure that women's sport is "reserved for people born of the female sex". supporters of transgender inclusion say that is "extremely damaging". jane dougall reports.
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it's soul destroying, i feel crushed. it's soul destroying, i feel crushed-— it's soul destroying, i feel crushed. ., ., ., ., crushed. no matter how hard you drink about _ crushed. no matter how hard you drink about how _ crushed. no matter how hard you drink about how hard _ crushed. no matter how hard you drink about how hard you - crushed. no matter how hard you drink about how hard you try - crushed. no matter how hard you drink about how hard you try you | drink about how hard you try you just never get to be able to be that person. these women are not elite athletes but they are british number ones in their respective cycling categories, competing at a national level. recently they've lost ranking points and prize money to trans women. i points and prize money to trans women. ., . y points and prize money to trans women. ., ., , , women. i felt totally destroyed because i should _ women. i felt totally destroyed because i should have - women. i felt totally destroyed because i should have as - women. i felt totally destroyed because i should have as a - because i should have as a biological woman had that place on the podium. i don't want anyone to feel like i do right now. it has a domino effect on everybody. thea; domino effect on everybody. they don't want — domino effect on everybody. they don't want to _ domino effect on everybody. they don't want to be _ domino effect on everybody. they don't want to be named for fear of backlash and we're also protecting the identities of the trans women. but there is confusion. in april trans athlete was blocked from competing in a women's national championship saying the decision had lead to targeted abuse. british cycling then voted for an immediate
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suspension of its transgendered participates in policy, however, these women say trans athletes are still racing against them. this these women say trans athletes are still racing against them.— still racing against them. this was a national level— still racing against them. this was a national level competition. - still racing against them. this was a national level competition. it. a national level competition. it felt like the policy wasn't worth the paper it was written on. so i did make a formal complaint. british clina did make a formal complaint. british cycling have — did make a formal complaint. british cycling have responded _ did make a formal complaint. british cycling have responded saying - did make a formal complaint. british cycling have responded saying the i cycling have responded saying the policy only applies to new applicants and that... the women claimed there was no mention of this before they complained and it's not specified in the original suspension statement. it's a pivotal time in the debate on trans inclusion but the debate on trans inclusion but the culture secretary saying other support should replicate sweden's decision to ban trans athletes and women's categories. she tweeted... her words have infuriated trans
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athletes. . , ., , ., athletes. excluding people from the cateuo athletes. excluding people from the category that _ athletes. excluding people from the category that they _ athletes. excluding people from the category that they identify - athletes. excluding people from the category that they identify as, - athletes. excluding people from the category that they identify as, i - category that they identify as, i feel is— category that they identify as, i feel is extremely damaging. we need to be making sure that trans and non-binary— to be making sure that trans and non—binary people are welcome and support— non—binary people are welcome and sopport at— non—binary people are welcome and support at every level. and we will be far— support at every level. and we will be far richer — support at every level. and we will be far richer and a better society for including everyone in that category— for including everyone in that category of six or gender that they identify— category of six or gender that they identify as. category of six or gender that they identi as. �* , ._ , category of six or gender that they identi as. �* , _ identify as. british cycling is yet to ublish identify as. british cycling is yet to publish its _ identify as. british cycling is yet to publish its review _ identify as. british cycling is yet to publish its review policy - identify as. british cycling is yet to publish its review policy on i to publish its review policy on trans inclusion, other sporting bodies will be watching as they to grapple with the issue. these cyclists say they just need grapple with the issue. these cyclists say theyjust need clarity for everyone. around for hundred thousand formula 1 fans are expected at silverstone, the grand prix might be the main event that the crowds will also be treated to some w series racing now in its third year, the championship of female drivers is being led by britain's jamie chadwick with five races to go.
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an invitation to take on the very best. and motorsport, no matter the end, the destination carding usually is where the journey starts. the 24—year—old crushes professional competition and it turns out doesn't take pity on us temperatures either. to be fair, there were just seconds in it, at 90 seconds. i to be fair, there were “ust seconds in it, at 90 seconds._ in it, at 90 seconds. i think was nice today- _ in it, at 90 seconds. i think was nice today- it — in it, at 90 seconds. i think was nice today. it is _ in it, at 90 seconds. i think was nice today. it isjust have - in it, at 90 seconds. i think was nice today. it isjust have fun, l nice today. it is just have fun, it's getting very serious when we get to somerset.— it's getting very serious when we get to somerset. behind that smile is a steely determination _ get to somerset. behind that smile is a steely determination that - get to somerset. behind that smile is a steely determination that seen | is a steely determination that seen jimmy chadwick w leave dominate the wc areas. this weekend is a chance to do so again —— jamie. wc areas. this weekend is a chance to do so again ——jamie. as a chortle side by side with formula 1. my point of view it as a british driver doesn't get better at being at symbols and for the we saw the w series had massive support and that's only grown over the last year. that's only grown over the last ear. ., ., ., ., , , year. the world of motorsport is still largely _ year. the world of motorsport is still largely male-dominated -
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still largely male—dominated although recently there has been concerted efforts to improve diversity and inclusion. giving better opportunities - diversity and inclusion. giving better opportunities for - diversity and inclusion. giving better opportunities for so . diversity and inclusion. giving i better opportunities for so many women's and the sport. visibility for women in sport and creating a great race and a great spectacle. in the uk last year record number you watch women sport. so this is a key opportunity for the w series to showcase its appeal. me opportunity for the w series to showcase its appeal.— opportunity for the w series to showcase its appeal. we got for hundred thousand _ showcase its appeal. we got for hundred thousand people i showcase its appeal. we got for hundred thousand people at i hundred thousand people at silverstone, certain percentage of those _ silverstone, certain percentage of those would never have had a w series _ those would never have had a w series so — those would never have had a w series so we're converting some of those _ series so we're converting some of those for— series so we're converting some of those for all — series so we're converting some of those for all the young girls who come _ those for all the young girls who come to— those for all the young girls who come to a — those for all the young girls who come to a racist, they're absolutely amazed~ _ come to a racist, they're absolutely amazed. girls are doing this now. and we're — amazed. girls are doing this now. and we're getting in increasing vocal— and we're getting in increasing vocal and — and we're getting in increasing vocal and devoted audience. short—term jamie wants a podium this weekend in front of friends and family for the long—term, the goal is still to raise f1 alongside the man. something that hasn't happened for 30 years. man. something that hasn't happened for 30 years-— for 30 years. ultimately, my goal is formula 1, — for 30 years. ultimately, my goal is formula 1, i — for 30 years. ultimately, my goal is formula 1, i want _ for 30 years. ultimately, my goal is formula 1, i want to _ for 30 years. ultimately, my goal is formula 1, i want to see _
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for 30 years. ultimately, my goal is formula 1, i want to see it - formula 1, i want to see it springboard into that. at the same time i want to make sure that whatever i do in the next week or year that hasn't positive impact for the next girl coming through. and ever that superstar is i do believe it's possible, it's about creating those opportunities.— it's possible, it's about creating those opportunities. jamie chadwick continuinu those opportunities. jamie chadwick continuing to _ those opportunities. jamie chadwick continuing to prove _ those opportunities. jamie chadwick continuing to prove she _ those opportunities. jamie chadwick continuing to prove she has - those opportunities. jamie chadwick continuing to prove she has the i continuing to prove she has the drive and the talent to make history. we heard from nadine dories in a transgender a few minutes ago. the culture secretary was accused of being disrespectful today after she gave a speech at a rugby league world cup event and get her codes mixed up, reminiscing about her favourite league moment she described watching tom do you like johnny wilkinson struck gold that won the rugby union in 2003. i always quite like the idea of rugby league because from what i've heard, —— might most every memory is that 2003 drop goal, having won at one
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o'clock in the morning was what a moment that was. it o'clock in the morning was what a moment that was.— o'clock in the morning was what a moment that was. it was, she has since treated _ moment that was. it was, she has since treated to _ moment that was. it was, she has since treated to say... _ a busy month for it rugby union coming up. all on tour at the moment in the seven habits playing this saturday. laws is going to captain england, the final test events against in perth, owen and billy vunipola also start. coach eddiejones says owen farrell is very unhappy to lose the captaincy but he does start at inside centre. uncapped flanker tommy reffell will make his wales debut against south africa in saturday's opening test in pretoria. dan lydiate and george north both start after a year out
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with serious knee injuries. scotland are in argentina, edinburgh back—row luke crosbie will make his first test start. the 25—year—old captained an a—side to victory over chile last weekend ireland have won three of their last five meetings with the all blacks but they've never beaten them in new zealand. their three test series starts on satuday in auckland and they've received a boost with cian healy recovering from injury, he's named in the replacements. that's it from me, let's head back now to wimbledon and get the latest from chetan. iam all i am all ready. the outside court and they show courts for the moment. play suspended for the better to talk about with the rain pouring here than the environment here, and sustainability day. each year of the championships, the tournament focuses on a different way in which we can help in the fight these days if you go into a supporting event or watching for a moment won'tjust be the sport grabbing the headlines. the truth is, there are other issues that need our attention as well.—
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our attention as well. football clubs are _ our attention as well. football clubs are trying _ our attention as well. football clubs are trying to _ our attention as well. football clubs are trying to reduce i our attention as well. football| clubs are trying to reduce their carbon footprint due to climate change sustainability is never the more important. it’s change sustainability is never the more important.— change sustainability is never the more important. it's pretty simple, if ou more important. it's pretty simple, if you want — more important. it's pretty simple, if you want to _ more important. it's pretty simple, if you want to soak _ more important. it's pretty simple, if you want to soak up _ more important. it's pretty simple, if you want to soak up a _ more important. it's pretty simple, if you want to soak up a show i more important. it's pretty simple, if you want to soak up a show that. if you want to soak up a show that we need just sort out sustainability for the hair at wimbledon small tweaks are all around. it’s for the hair at wimbledon small tweaks are all around. it's critical for us that _ tweaks are all around. it's critical for us that we _ tweaks are all around. it's critical for us that we find _ tweaks are all around. it's critical for us that we find a _ tweaks are all around. it's critical for us that we find a way - tweaks are all around. it's critical for us that we find a way as i tweaks are all around. it's critical for us that we find a way as a i for us that we find a way as a sporting event to operate sustainably there's a whole range of ways in which people can support us and work with us to be more environment positive. you know, serves, environment positive. you know, serves. volleys. _ environment positive. you know, serves, volleys, backhands i environment positive. you know, | serves, volleys, backhands aside, environment positive. you know, l serves, volleys, backhands aside, i can't help but notice everywhere i look food is a pretty big deal. carbon labels are popping up everywhere. so on the ground zero wimbledon we have a little label that says — wimbledon we have a little label that says a portion of food is between _ that says a portion of food is between zero to 500 grams of carbon for that portion. so wimbledon have come _ for that portion. so wimbledon have come forward and said, we're giving everybody— come forward and said, we're giving everybody all the information they need to _ everybody all the information they need to make informed decisions
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about— need to make informed decisions about what's good for them and what's — about what's good for them and what's good for the planet. animal farmina is what's good for the planet. animal farming is not _ what's good for the planet. animal farming is not often _ what's good for the planet. animal farming is not often talked - what's good for the planet. animal farming is not often talked about. | farming is not often talked about. hopefully people will talk about it more and hear about it more, maybe that will affect certain changes in their diet that will help the planet and their own health. i’m their diet that will help the planet and their own health.— their diet that will help the planet and their own health. i'm trying to do as much _ and their own health. i'm trying to do as much as _ and their own health. i'm trying to do as much as i _ and their own health. i'm trying to do as much as i can _ and their own health. i'm trying to do as much as i can for— do as much as i can for the environment. i think you ask someone what you _ environment. i think you ask someone what you eat _ environment. i think you ask someone what you eat meat and it's like, too late to _ what you eat meat and it's like, too late to do _ what you eat meat and it's like, too late to do anything, i'm just trying to be _ late to do anything, i'm just trying to be the — late to do anything, i'm just trying to be the change that i want to see. the overall— to be the change that i want to see. the overall ethos here is to encourage new habits to last a lifetime that we can all aim for. for tennis players and staff it's tough it's your taken flight it's not good for the environment in general but i'm trying to do my part, i'm biking, cycling up the hill. ~ . part, i'm biking, cycling up the hill. . ., part, i'm biking, cycling up the hill. . . ., ~ part, i'm biking, cycling up the hill. . . .~ . , . hill. we all can make a difference. at least it's _ hill. we all can make a difference. at least it's a _ hill. we all can make a difference. at least it's a start _ hill. we all can make a difference. at least it's a start to _ hill. we all can make a difference. at least it's a start to make i hill. we all can make a difference. | at least it's a start to make people conscious — at least it's a start to make people conscious of these discussions. there _ conscious of these discussions. there they— conscious of these discussions. there they are inflating the court covers at the moment. they've been
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expecting this rain all day. now that it has come all the usual preparations taking place at wimbledon to protect the court. i'll show you what's happening on centre where players and spent the day closing the roof that rafael nadal and barak us can't return to play. rafael nadal took the first two sets convince 6— for, 6—4just bouncing at the end of those ads. he did then lose the third 6—4. he is up three love as he looks to make the third round and set up a potential collision course with no djokovic in the final. we talked about the british success, jack draper, the 19—year—old took a set off novak djokovic against alex seminar and draper broke early. you can see the manor with his nose in front, he leaves for — three. play suspended there. we will keep you how they get on on bbc news was up from me and
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the team here on a great day for katie boulter, heather watson and liam broady here at wimbledon, it's good night for now. hello. it continues to be a bit on the cool side in the uk outlets on foot up in the sun across central and eastern europe a blistering heat wave at the moment. you could see the amber and red colours here all the amber and red colours here all the way from north africa through the way from north africa through the arctic circle, these areas is much as 20 degrees above normal in a few spots for the blue colour indicating temperatures below normal for this time a year, the dividing line the serial cloud which stays to the east through tonight but will bring persistent range of shetland the back edge of it we're seeing further showers at times walls seem to fade parts of the midlands, east didn't england more downpours come here. some quite nasty into the morning for the most places dry, temperatures into single figures
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that we start friday morning. almost a between weather systems on friday, this one producing persistent rain of the northeast with the next moving off the atlantic so it means we're in a fairly unstable air mass and will see shell clouds bubble up. there will be some coming to wimbledon come up much of the time dry but i'm expecting one or two interruptions through the day. we will see showers brew quite widely through the morning for the after dry start for many the more persistent rain will be northeast england, scotland and especially lock me in shetland put up as showers get going into the afternoon they're going to be focused on northern and eastern areas and the heaviest with the greatest risk of thunder. forthe heaviest with the greatest risk of thunder. for the south bay west fewer showers than we seen through today. mages feel a touch warmer although the breeze will be picking up although the breeze will be picking up later. more persistent rain for the evening across northern island spinning its way from west to east. this next era of oppression which grinds to a halt as it moves into us on saturday. one band of cloud and outbreaks of rain pushing southeastward across england wales followed by sunshine a few showers and saying largely dry until later on in the south—east shari dagan for
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scholar, northern island more persistent rain will be to the far north of the country where it will be a father tonight rather cool day. do not expect for this stage in earlyjuly. into sunday at the quieter of the two days in terms of showers. there'll be a few bring it here and they are more especially to the north or west of the country where there will be a stiff breeze, wins lighter further south they could actually feel a touch warmer. as we go into next week there are signs a high pressure will only slowly build from the south, keeping things a little on the cool side, scotland and northern ireland, plenty of cloud, wanted to show us but increasing sunshine in the south and temperatures climbing into the 20s.
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hello, i'm lewis vaughanjones, this is outside source. the us supreme court delivers a blow to climate action in the us. in its latest landmark ruling, the court decides to limit the power of america's top environmental regulator to cut greenhouse gas emissions. nato leaders wrap up the summit individuated for pledges of more money, more weapons and more aid for ukraine. i more money, more weapons and more aid for ukraine-— aid for ukraine. i don't know how it's auoin aid for ukraine. i don't know how it's going to _ aid for ukraine. i don't know how it's going to end, _ aid for ukraine. i don't know how it's going to end, but _ aid for ukraine. i don't know how it's going to end, but it _ aid for ukraine. i don't know how it's going to end, but it will- aid for ukraine. i don't know how it's going to end, but it will not l it's going to end, but it will not end with a russian defeat of ukraine in ukraine. ~ . ~ . in ukraine. meanwhile in ukraine, the military _ in ukraine. meanwhile in ukraine, the military says _ in ukraine. meanwhile in ukraine, the military says it _ in ukraine. meanwhile in ukraine, the military says it has _ in ukraine. meanwhile in ukraine, the military says it has driven i the military says it has driven russian troops off a key island in the black sea. russia claims it
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