northern around, loitering in northern scotland. our weather front is going to start pushing back southwards. much of england and wales warm once again. 16—18 for many. this weather front pushes southwards, eventually moving into northeast england. a few showers elsewhere, but some dry and sunny spells coming through, and temperatures lower than we've been used to over recent days. i teens for scotland and northern ireland and northern england, and not as high for south—east england, but still warm at 25 in places. hello this is bbc news. the headlines: delays around the port of dover and folkestone are easing after holiday—makers and hauliers faced a third day of disruption at the channel tunnel. the entire board of cricket scotland resigns ahead of a review expected to find scottish cricket
to be institutionally racist. a major incident is declared in surrey due to a large blaze, whilst crews in london tackle several other weather—related fires. as firefighters in california struggle to contain a huge blaze there, the us special envoy for climate john kerry says president biden may announce a climate emergency. rishi sunak and liz truss vow to toughen controls on migration, in their latest announcements in the conservative leadership race. i will ensure as prime minister that we grip the challenges we face, we fix the problems at our borders and ensure that migration here is legal, orderly and controlled. now on bbc news it's time for sportsday. hello, i'm olly foster, here's what's coming up on sportsday.
leclerc spins out of the french grand prix handing victory to max verstappen. no winners at headingley, play is abandoned as england draw their series against south africa. and henderson holds her nerve on the final green to win her second golf major. hello there, we'll start with formula i, where the world champion max verstappen has built up a huge lead in the drivers standings after victory at the french grand prix. he's now 63 points clear of ferarri's charles leclerc who says says he doesn't deserve to be world champion after spinning out of the race.
there was a better day for mercedes, with lewis hamilton and george russell both on the podium. adam wild reports. the french grand prix may have an uncertain future but for now, it's here and amid the anthem it is quite unmistakable. charles leclaire began out in front but in the rear—view mirror, the title rival max verstappen was very far behind. nothing was letting up. charles leclerc�*s race ending agonisingly ended in a tyre wall. ferrari's frustration summed up in one anguished radio message. screaming. that left verstappen a clear run and he wasn't likely to let that go. behind him, though, the battles continued, lewis hamilton in his 300th
grand prix secured a second whilst behind him, george russell passed to sergio perez to take his place on the podium. a good day for mercedes and even better for verstappen. it will take something extraordinary to stop him now. adam wild, bbc news. england have drawn their one—day series 1—1 against south africa. that's after the decider at headingley was abandoned because of the rain. only 28 overs were possible. the tourists had won the toss and batted first. they lost their opener janneman malan to david willey forjust ii in the sixth over but they recovered well after that with quinton de kock who was unbeaten on 92. england took one more wicket, rassie van der dussen falling to leg—spinner adil rashid. jonny bairstow with the catch, after one interruption, they resumed briefly but the rain returned theer was no hope of any more play with south africa 159—2 in the 28th over. the two sides will now play a three t20s before
a three match test series. the entire cricket scotland board resigned earlier today. that's ahead of tomorrow's publication of an independent review about racism in the sport. it is expected to outline findings of institutional racism in the scottish game. the first thing we need is a group of people in leadership positions, absolutely committed to the journey that needs to go ahead and prioritising the actions and improvements that have led to racism existing, above many of the things that have been prioritised ahead of it before. we also need to look at rebuilding trust amongst those that have now been brave enough to come forward that had perhaps given up on the fact that discrimination was just part of the game. and that means addressing past issues, it is notjust means addressing past issues, it is not just about implementing means addressing past issues, it is notjust about implementing the recommendations. as is traditional, the final stage of the tour de france
is a ceremonial procession into paris for the man in the yellow jersey. after three weeks of racing over 2000 miles they are due across the finish line shortly on the champs elysees the the 25—year—old danejonas vingegaard had opened up a 3.5 minute lead after yesterdays timetrial and he deserved his champagne reception in the french capital. his nearest rival is the two time defedning champion tadej pogarcher. gerraint thomas, the 2018 champion will finish third as the men's race finished in paris, the inaugral women's tour de france was just starting. lorena wiebes winning the first stage that also finished on the champs—elysees. the dutch rider timed her sprint to perfection to beat her compatriot — the double olympic champion marianne vos into second. belgian lotte kopecky finished third on the champs elysees. there was last a women
tour in france in 1989, but this has been officially sanctioned and organised by those in charge of the mens�* race. there are seven more stages to go. two days to go before england face sweden in the women's european championship. they'll face each other at sheffield united's bramhall lane on tuesday night. germany will take on france on wednesday. matt graveling has been at the england team hotel in south west london. as we enter the business end of this competition, the lionesses are still very much in the hunt after a hard—fought very much in the hunt after a hard —fought extra very much in the hunt after a hard—fought extra time win against spain on wednesday. theyjoined the last four, with sweden, germany and france but in the last three major tournaments, it is at this stage when england left the competition. how are they feeling about tuesday's game. earlierwe how are they feeling about tuesday's game. earlier we heard from the striker, fran kirby.— game. earlier we heard from the striker, fran kirby. they seem like a blur, striker, fran kirby. they seem like a blur. those _ striker, fran kirby. they seem like a blur, those kind _ striker, fran kirby. they seem like
a blur, those kind of— striker, fran kirby. they seem like a blur, those kind of games - striker, fran kirby. they seem like a blur, those kind of games in - striker, fran kirby. they seem like i a blur, those kind of games in those situations, you don't try to think about them. it is focusing on the game coming up. we are focusing on the semifinals first. we haven't got ahead of ourselves, we still have a really tough game with sweden, they are the highest ranked team left in the tournament. the are the highest ranked team left in the tournament.— the tournament. the lionesses can afford to be _ the tournament. the lionesses can afford to be confident _ the tournament. the lionesses can afford to be confident with - the tournament. the lionesses can afford to be confident with a - afford to be confident with a record—breaking group stage in which they scored 14 goals and a great win over a hard spanish side. but sarina wiegman is back on the sideline and the dutch manager, winning this competition the last time it was held in 2017 with holland. she has been there — held in 2017 with holland. she has been there and _ held in 2017 with holland. she has been there and done _ held in 2017 with holland. she has been there and done it, _ held in 2017 with holland. she has been there and done it, she - held in 2017 with holland. she has been there and done it, she has . held in 2017 with holland. she has l been there and done it, she has one majorfinals, so the best been there and done it, she has one major finals, so the best person to get us through that and to do that is her. she will come with a lot of experience and advice and she already has done leading into the tournament. i think for her it is a case of doing what is normal, because she has been to a few. i'm
sure we will lean on her a little bit to get through it. tomorrow mornin: bit to get through it. tomorrow morning the — bit to get through it. tomorrow morning the scott _ bit to get through it. tomorrow morning the scott loach -- - bit to get through it. tomorrow i morning the scott loach -- squad morning the scott loach —— squad will train here before leaving for bramall lane on tuesday. we've had the draw for the last 16 of the premier sports cup, that's the scottish league cup, celtic will be at ross county, rangers are a home to queen of the south. we've had a lot of football over the past few weeks to see which unseeded teams make it into the knockout stage, some managers have criticised the early start to the season. aberdeen finished top of their group with a 100% record. they beat raith 3—0 today and will face annan in last 16. those ties will be played at the end of august the canadian brooke henderson has won the fourth women's golf major of the year, the evian championship in france. it was a gripping final round on the banks of lake geneva, at one stage there was a seven—way tie for the lead.
imran sidat reports. 0ne one of the most picturesque courses in the world and a final day to match the surrounding. the chasing pack were looking to make their move and catch the overnight leader, brooke andersen. charley hull led the charge and back birdies put her in contention before she felljust short. nelly korda started the day six shots off the pace before the stunning eagle saw her take a share of the lead. but in the french sunshine, henderson wasjust of the lead. but in the french sunshine, henderson was just about staying cool. a birdie on the seventh or her back in front after a shaky start. hot on her heels was the american maria schubert. she took the lead in this unpredictable final round. with the north americans back level on the 18th, maria schubert had this to pull clear once again. that miss left henderson with this to win the tournament.— henderson with this to win the tournament. , ., �* ., ., ~' tournament. there it is an brooke henderson--- _
tournament. there it is an brooke henderson... her— tournament. there it is an brooke henderson... her first _ tournament. there it is an brooke henderson... her first major - tournament. there it is an brooke| henderson... her first major since henderson... her first ma'or since 2016 and the i henderson... her first ma'or since 2016 and the second _ henderson... her first ma'or since 2016 and the second of h henderson... her first major since 2016 and the second of her - henderson... her first major since | 2016 and the second of her career, with this one, perhaps the cheapest yet. double olympic champion alistair brownlee is expected to make a comeback after a back injury for the very first pto triathlon event in canada. the newly launched series is part—owned by the athletes is looking to reboot the sport with bigger prize funds. it is about making it engaging for fans to watch. i think that is partly about the distance, but it is as much about the course and as much about how it is broadcast, so can we tell the stories of the cracks in the right way as it has been broadcasting so fans are no more help the people racing and then get an insight to help people understand and make it interesting for people watching at home. watching an endurance race four hours long needs those kinds of things. but we have
seen sports like the tour de france, and there is definitely hope and thatis and there is definitely hope and that is one of the reasons this is fantastic and i am looking forward to see what they do with the sport. to the darts in blackpool where fallon sherrock has made history yet again, winning the first women's world matchplay. the 28—year—old she beat aileen de graaf 6—3 in the final at blackpool's winter gardens. sherrock takes home a first prize of £10,000 and a spot at the grand slam of darts later this year. in 2020 she became the first woman to win a match at the world championships at alexandra palace. and it's the final day of the world athletics championships over in oregon. it is the morning session, this is the man's decathlon. keely hodgkinson goes in the final of the 800m, a real medal chance. and so
did great britain's women in the 4x100 relay. you can follow everything on bbc one overnight and at the bbc sport website. coming up next, it is time for the film review. . hello and a very warm welcome to the film review on bbc news. and taking us through this week's releases is, as you see, mark kermode. hi, mark. hi. what have you been watching? well, as always, a very mixed bag. we have where the crawdads sing, which is an adaptation of a very popular novel. we have she will, which is the feature debut
from charlotte colbert. and kurt vonnegut: unstuck in time, a documentary about the american writer. good old mixture there, yes. yes. so, where the crawdads sing, which is an adaptation of the deep south novel which became a publishing sensation — millions and millions of copies sold. this is adapted by lucy alibar, who is best known for beasts of the southern wild. one of the producers is reese witherspoon, so very, very good pedigree. yes. daisy edgar—jones is kya, who is called "the marsh girl". she grew up amidst the marshes of the deep south, fending for herself, understanding nature. at the beginning of the film, we see her being arrested on suspicion of the murder of a local boy. david strathairn is the lawyer who comes to represent her. here's a clip. this might help you. for the jury to be able to hear from you, for them to be able to see you as the... ..as the kind person you truly are.
they're never goingj to see me like that. listen, i know you have a world of reasons to hate these people. no, i never hated them. they hated me. i mean, they laughed at me. they left me. they harassed me. they attacked me. you want me to beg for my life? i don't have it in me. i won't. i will not offer myself up. they can make their decision. but they're not deciding anything about me. - so on the one hand, you've got the court case, then you have the flashbacks to her life, her childhood — abusive father, abandoned by her mother — relationship with two boys, both of whom let her down. two young men, i should say. the book was a huge hit. the film's credentials are impeccable. and yet, and i hate to say this, it all felt very lukewarm. now, i haven't read the book, so i don't know how somebody who had read the book would feel about it. i know that whenever a book is this popular,