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this is bbc news, the headlines. england have reached the last 16 of the world cup in qatar. two goals from marcus rashford and a further strike from phil foden gave gareth southgate�*s side a 3—nil win over wales. they are joined in the knock out phase of the tournament by the united states. they finished as runners—up — behind england — in group b with a narrow 1—nil win over iran. nato says it will help ukraine repair the damage to its power network caused by russian missile strikes. at a meeting in bucharest, the alliance also promised to provide more weapons to ukraine. and the uk government summons china's ambassador in protest over the arrest and treatment of a bbc
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journalist who was beaten and detained by police. in shanghai during demonstrations. hello and welcome to our look ahead to what the the papers will be bringing us tomorrow. with me arejohn stevens, political editor of the daily mirror and alfie stirling, chief economist at the new economics foundation think tank. thank you for being with us tonight, both. the front pages. the times leads on new hope for dementia patients as a drug proves to slow alzheimer's for the first time in history. and just above a picture of gareth southgate and marcus rashford there after winning 3—0
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against wales in the world cup. the i also has the three lions embracing but leads on the news that uk christians are a minority for the first time since the dark ages. "the curse of crypto" — the metro reports on a russian billionaire killed in a helicopter crash, making it the 3rd high profile cryptocurrency tycoon to die suddenly in a month. banks set for release from ringfencing rules in drive to free competitive spirit — that's on the front of the financial times. the mirror leads on the england triumph over wales highlighting marcus rashford's joint top goal—scorer at qatar. and the guardian also reports on the clinical trial that has confirmed the drug that slows congnitive decline in patients with early stages of alzheimer's. telegraph leads on thousands of ambulance staff set to strike for the first time in 30 years. we will
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start with two versions of the daily mirror. first the english version which says, fish, rash, bosch, showing marcus rashford showing the goals that took england into the next knockout stages of the round. it was a bit quiet in the first half but you definitely do not feel that england just scraped her there. the score was 3—0 but there were a lot of other moments of the game where it came so close to scoring more goals. and it is quite obvious why marcus rashford is on the front page of a lot of papers, there are some really lovely pictures of him and gareth southgate, the manager, embracing each other. and it is truly wonderful match, you can see why this rashford was a man of the
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match. he scored two goals in this game and he also scored a goal in england's opening game against iran. and he is a truly wonderful guy, only 25, clearly brilliant footballer but has also had a brilliant impact on our country. fix, brilliant impact on our country. a better match for many ways than other england games that we have already seen. other england games that we have already seen-— already seen. that's right, it was aood to already seen. that's right, it was good to finish — already seen. that's right, it was good to finish the _ already seen. that's right, it was good to finish the group - already seen. that's right, it was good to finish the group on - already seen. that's right, it was good to finish the group on a - already seen. that's right, it was| good to finish the group on a high from _ good to finish the group on a high from the — good to finish the group on a high from the point of view of england fans, _ from the point of view of england fans. the — from the point of view of england fans, the usa game was not the same celehralory— fans, the usa game was not the same celebratory mood going after it. going _ celebratory mood going after it. going into the tournament where england — going into the tournament where england action at some poor results and no _ england action at some poor results and no one — england action at some poor results and no one knew what team would turn up and no one knew what team would turn up but _ and no one knew what team would turn up but it _ and no one knew what team would turn up but it was _ and no one knew what team would turn up but it was a really exciting staff— up but it was a really exciting staff today. i think the first half is especially, i think they have a really— is especially, i think they have a really young and exciting team and marcus _ really young and exciting team and marcus rashford epitomised that tonight — marcus rashford epitomised that tonight. i think it is really get to
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see someone like him who obviously has been _ see someone like him who obviously has been in — see someone like him who obviously has been in the headlines a lot from the pandemics with his work on free school— the pandemics with his work on free school meals and took a bit of flak from _ school meals and took a bit of flak from that — school meals and took a bit of flak from that in the industry. back playing — from that in the industry. back playing football and getting the credit _ playing football and getting the credit he deserves on the pitch as well as— credit he deserves on the pitch as well as off— credit he deserves on the pitch as well as off of it.— well as off of it. there is another version from _ well as off of it. there is another version from the _ well as off of it. there is another version from the welsh - well as off of it. there is another version from the welsh reader. well as off of it. there is anotherj version from the welsh reader of well as off of it. there is another - version from the welsh reader of the delete —— daily mirror, you did us all proud. not the puzzle the welsh fence the wanted it but for the first time they have been in this tournament since a long time a huge success. it tournament since a long time a huge success. , ., ,., tournament since a long time a huge success. , ., ., ., ., success. it is also important to not atronise success. it is also important to not patronise the _ success. it is also important to not patronise the welsh _ success. it is also important to not patronise the welsh team - success. it is also important to not patronise the welsh team they - patronise the welsh team they recently— patronise the welsh team they recently got further in england in a recent— recently got further in england in a recent euros when they reached the semifinals — recent euros when they reached the semifinals. it is a massive achievement for the steam to have -ot achievement for the steam to have got to— achievement for the steam to have got to the — achievement for the steam to have got to the world cup and i think they will— got to the world cup and i think they will be disappointed that they did not—
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they will be disappointed that they did not chalk up some better performances did not get outside of the groups, think they potentially would have looked to going into the tournament but stepping back a biggest — tournament but stepping back a biggest achievement for the smallest country— biggest achievement for the smallest country featured in this woke up i think— country featured in this woke up i think the — country featured in this woke up i think the main thing for wells now is to think— think the main thing for wells now is to think about and work towards being _ is to think about and work towards being a _ is to think about and work towards being a continual fixture in these sorts— being a continual fixture in these sorts of— being a continual fixture in these sorts of major international finance _ sorts of major international finance. a sorts of ma'or international finance. �* , ., ., ., finance. a shame though that it was a another home _ finance. a shame though that it was a another home team _ finance. a shame though that it was a another home team that - finance. a shame though that it was a another home team that went - finance. a shame though that it was a another home team that went out | a another home team that went out though. a another home team that went out thou~h. ~ ._ , a another home team that went out thou~h. ~ , ., though. well, maybe. ithink it added a different _ though. well, maybe. ithink it added a different dynamic- though. well, maybe. ithink it added a different dynamic it - added a different dynamic it certainly was not a poor match. it took it to a different level there was an interview with someone earlier on tv, canadian was out in qatar who saying that, canada has a reveille with the us but it has seen nothing but the reveille between england and wales and suddenly have a welsh colleague who works the same
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office as me and i'm very glad we won because it will make tomorrow a lot easier for won because it will make tomorrow a lot easierfor me in won because it will make tomorrow a lot easier for me in a won because it will make tomorrow a lot easierfor me in a lot harder for him. i lot easier for me in a lot harder for him. ., �* lot easier for me in a lot harder for him. ~' �* , ., ., for him. i think i'm being told that wales is not _ for him. i think i'm being told that wales is not the _ for him. i think i'm being told that wales is not the smallest - for him. i think i'm being told that wales is not the smallest leash i for him. i think i'm being told that i wales is not the smallest leash and. we think qatar might be. —— nation. just on the fly showing my hand and saying that we think that that is not quite right so we willjust try and put out there and corrected. we have an internet connection so we will have a look. but also know that people on twitter book currently set a street. they usually do. the daily telegraph is where we will go next. ambulance staff to hold first strike for 30 years. these people who go into caring professions, this must weigh heavily on them that they feel compelled to do this. . �* , , on them that they feel compelled to do this. . v , , on them that they feel compelled to dothis. . h , , ., , do this. that's right this is really unprecedented _ do this. that's right this is really unprecedented to _ do this. that's right this is really unprecedented to have - do this. that's right this is really unprecedented to have this - do this. that's right this is really i unprecedented to have this number do this. that's right this is really - unprecedented to have this number of health— unprecedented to have this number of health workers all striking at the
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same _ health workers all striking at the same time, obviously, the endless tricks _ same time, obviously, the endless tricks we _ same time, obviously, the endless tricks we are excited to see announced tomorrow followed the striking _ announced tomorrow followed the striking in — announced tomorrow followed the striking in terms of nurses overpay in decemberas striking in terms of nurses overpay in december as well. but the tens of thousands— in december as well. but the tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands if not hundreds of thousands of health workers string altogether and we have not seen this in decades, _ altogether and we have not seen this in decades, if at all. it is not some lately it is an indictment on the health— some lately it is an indictment on the health system in this country, these _ the health system in this country, these are — the health system in this country, these are people that actually put patient _ these are people that actually put patient safety first day in and day out and — patient safety first day in and day out and in — patient safety first day in and day out. and in the end it comes from the motivation over patient safety, i the motivation over patient safety, ithink. _ the motivation over patient safety, ithink. in— the motivation over patient safety, i think, in terms of maintaining the integrity— i think, in terms of maintaining the integrity of — i think, in terms of maintaining the integrity of health system making sure that — integrity of health system making sure that the staff retention, morale, _ sure that the staff retention, morale, numbers are in place to be sure we _ morale, numbers are in place to be sure we are — morale, numbers are in place to be sure we are delivering quality care. ithink— sure we are delivering quality care. i think it _ sure we are delivering quality care. i think it is — sure we are delivering quality care. i think it is at the u for four of minds — i think it is at the u for four of minds trying to secure the pay settlement. | minds trying to secure the pay settlement-— minds trying to secure the pay settlement. , , ., �* , settlement. i suppose that's where the different _ settlement. i suppose that's where the different parts _ settlement. i suppose that's where the different parts of— settlement. i suppose that's where the different parts of the _ settlement. i suppose that's where the different parts of the uk - settlement. i suppose that's where the different parts of the uk showl the different parts of the uk show us where the different approaches are. because in scotland talks are still under way with the rcn in the
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hope of averting a strike with the nurses. but not looking as promising in england for example. you nurses. but not looking as promising in england for example.— in england for example. you are riaht in england for example. you are right there- _ in england for example. you are right there. so _ in england for example. you are right there. so in _ in england for example. you are right there. so in scotland - in england for example. you are right there. so in scotland the i right there. so in scotland the strike action at the rcn was looking at, they put that on hold while they return to negotiating table with the scottish government, but in england the house secretary is saying to nurses he is willing to talk with conditions but he does not want to have any talks about pay. and there will not be any movement on the offer that has been put forward to them. but obviously a lot of health workers have not gone into the nhs for big sums of money. the defendant because they feel it is a vocation, something that they want to do. but things have been difficult over the last few years. you look at ambulance that you have had big problems with queues of ambulances stuck outside of hospitals for hours on end. you speak to paramedics and
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they say, that is not why they got into the job in the first place. they got into the job because they wanted to help people, wanted to save lives rather than be stuck in cues outside of hospitals. in one of the problems that the nhs is facing at the moment is big vacancy numbers as well as big backlog numbers. if we are going to have any chance of working through the massive numbers of people waiting for operations, i think it is more than 7 million people now waiting for operations, obviously you will need loads of nhs staff do that. obviously you will need loads of nhs staff do that-— staff do that. let's take a quick comment _ staff do that. let's take a quick comment from _ staff do that. let's take a quick comment from both _ staff do that. let's take a quick comment from both of - staff do that. let's take a quick comment from both of you - staff do that. let's take a quick- comment from both of you starting with john if comment from both of you starting withjohn if i may on the time story, dimension drug slows decline. a fortnightly trip that can reverse brain changes. —— dementia. taste a fortnightly trip that can reverse brain changes. -- dementia. we know how awful dementia _ brain changes. -- dementia. we know how awful dementia can _ brain changes. -- dementia. we know how awful dementia can be _ brain changes. -- dementia. we know how awful dementia can be not - brain changes. -- dementia. we know how awful dementia can be notjust i how awful dementia can be notjust old people who can get it and can really suffer but a lot of people in
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middle age, close friends, parents who have really suffered with it and it can being such misery allows them to feel that their loved ones might still be here in body, but theyjust do not feel the person that they were so close to is really still there any more. we know all of the problems that people can end up in care homes for several years needing special scare, worries about people that they will not be able to live in their own homes, that they do need so much support to keep going. this drug does seem to be providing some hope in the last few years, lots of different trials that have not worked out, have not shown any positive signs, this one it doesn't show that over 18 months of taking the drug people in the trial, i think it was a 27% reduction in their decline of their memory. so things are starting to look hopeful on this one, also it is giving
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scientists some hope that if this works it might be one step along the path to eventually finding some sort of cure. taste path to eventually finding some sort of cure. ~ , ,., path to eventually finding some sort of cure. ~ , ., , path to eventually finding some sort ofcure.~ , ., , ,., , of cure. we see so many promised cufious of cure. we see so many promised curious on — of cure. we see so many promised curious on front _ of cure. we see so many promised curious on front pages _ of cure. we see so many promised curious on front pages of - of cure. we see so many promised curious on front pages of certain i curious on front pages of certain newspapers in particular, but there's always a note of caution when you interview the researchers, the sentence behind them. that when you interview the researchers, the sentence behind them.— the sentence behind them. that is riaht in it the sentence behind them. that is right in it is _ the sentence behind them. that is right in it is exciting _ the sentence behind them. that is right in it is exciting with - the sentence behind them. that is right in it is exciting with these i right in it is exciting with these findings — right in it is exciting with these findings not only because all summer and disease that we have struggled to find _ and disease that we have struggled to find -- _ and disease that we have struggled to find —— alzheimer's treatments, it is incredibly hard to treat otherwise, but we do have to be careful— otherwise, but we do have to be careful with these sorts of headlines with these early—stage findings it is a study of environment, it does not necessarily lead to— environment, it does not necessarily lead to cost—effective treatment on the front line in weeks or months
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let alone — the front line in weeks or months let alone potential years. because it is looking some way off of seeing the benefits when they do come. it is that— the benefits when they do come. it is that the — the benefits when they do come. it is that the thin end of the wedge and hopefully will now start a series — and hopefully will now start a series of treatments and breakthroughs that will progress this field dramatically in the years to come — this field dramatically in the years to come i— this field dramatically in the years to come. i will say that we have a commode — to come. i will say that we have a commode be like a headline around exciting _ commode be like a headline around exciting shiny new drugs and actually— exciting shiny new drugs and actually a lot of the costs associated with delivering treatment for people with alzheimer's disease, a lot of the _ for people with alzheimer's disease, a lot of the improvements in care that could — a lot of the improvements in care that could happen does come back to some _ that could happen does come back to some good quality health services, talk about pay earlier but also hospital — talk about pay earlier but also hospital beds being freed up. i people — hospital beds being freed up. i people being able to move into care by keeping the nhs running and he's a things at— by keeping the nhs running and he's a things at the nuts and bolts of the health system that really get the health system that really get the front headlines that they deserve. , , , , ., deserve. just briefly mention the e e, deserve. just briefly mention the eye, uk christians _ deserve. just briefly mention the eye, uk christians in minority i deserve. just briefly mention thej eye, uk christians in minority for the first time since the dark ages. 1500 years ago, this is coming from the since last year. i
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1500 years ago, this is coming from the since last year.— the since last year. i think we have not had a high-quality _ the since last year. i think we have not had a high-quality sentence i the since last year. i think we have | not had a high-quality sentence and not had a high—quality sentence and some _ not had a high—quality sentence and some years — not had a high—quality sentence and some years but i think that pins at the records — some years but i think that pins at the records but this is essentially a story that the latest census with that data — a story that the latest census with that data shows that about 40% of the population now identifies as being _ the population now identifies as being christians, that is less than 50% so _ being christians, that is less than 50% so a — being christians, that is less than 50% so a minority for the first time it— 50% so a minority for the first time it is— 50% so a minority for the first time. it is not anything particularly surprising terms of the transient— particularly surprising terms of the transient seen in recent years and decades— transient seen in recent years and decades to — transient seen in recent years and decades to a more diverse society terms _ decades to a more diverse society terms of— decades to a more diverse society terms of the faith that people identify— terms of the faith that people identify with in a deed no faith at all. identify with in a deed no faith at all and — identify with in a deed no faith at all and i— identify with in a deed no faith at all. and i think it is something that— all. and i think it is something that we — all. and i think it is something that we should look to now thinking about— that we should look to now thinking about looking about areas of our political — about looking about areas of our political constitution that assume a majority _ political constitution that assume a majority christian country, if that is no _ majority christian country, if that is no longer the case had to be open up is no longer the case had to be open up these _ is no longer the case had to be open up these institutions and be more effective — up these institutions and be more effective able a more diverse society _ effective able a more diverse socie . , ., , , effective able a more diverse socie. , ., , , ,
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society. this front page suggest is that his church's _ society. this front page suggest is that his church's views _ society. this front page suggest is that his church's views on - society. this front page suggest is| that his church's views on religious —— women's rights that have influenced the decline of people do not align with his views. i influenced the decline of people do not align with his views.— not align with his views. i think there has been _ not align with his views. i think there has been a change i not align with his views. i think there has been a change in i not align with his views. i thinkj there has been a change in this country that people no longer think i am british so automatically christian so they are still searching for answers and are still interested in the christian faith and they have to adapt with how they deal with that. and it has kind of started to interact with people in a different way. fin started to interact with people in a different way-— different way. on the mail, xmas, toraua different way. on the mail, xmas, torquay shortest fear _ different way. on the mail, xmas, torquay shortest fear because i different way. on the mail, xmas, torquay shortest fear because is l torquay shortest fear because is because virgil has wiped out the stock. —— torquay. — free range torquay have been affected which means they will have to be imported and set in the price
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will be a lot higher. so they will be even more short supply. i think this is another— be even more short supply. i think this is another example _ be even more short supply. i think this is another example of - be even more short supply. i think this is another example of the i be even more short supply. i think this is another example of the fish j this is another example of the fish shortage _ this is another example of the fish shortage prices that we have gotten terms _ shortage prices that we have gotten terms of— shortage prices that we have gotten terms of supply changes been disrupted in supply changes there may he _ disrupted in supply changes there may be some on the shelves in places but the _ may be some on the shelves in places but the overwhelming effect will be the rise _ but the overwhelming effect will be the rise in — but the overwhelming effect will be the rise in prices to substitute loss _ the rise in prices to substitute loss and — the rise in prices to substitute loss and domestic tumour with domestic ones. it is a christmas _ with domestic ones. it is a christmas story _ with domestic ones. it is a christmas story that i with domestic ones. it is a christmas story that grabsj with domestic ones. it is a i christmas story that grabs a headline but the misery beneath this is the rising prices across the board. ., ~' board. for food. i think the salvation — board. for food. i think the salvation army _ board. for food. i think the salvation army has - board. for food. i think the salvation army has had i board. for food. i think the salvation army has had a i board. for food. i think the i salvation army has had a serve board. for food. i think the - salvation army has had a serve out today— salvation army has had a serve out today showing that two thirds of adults— today showing that two thirds of adults are now worried about being able to— adults are now worried about being able to move for christmas they are not at _ able to move for christmas they are not at all _ able to move for christmas they are not at all i— able to move for christmas they are not at all. i think really hang in for an— not at all. i think really hang in for an grim _ not at all. i think really hang in for an grim period of time as prices continue _ for an grim period of time as prices continue to— for an grim period of time as prices continue to race ahead of an cubs in this country — continue to race ahead of an cubs in
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this country-— this country. some very difficult choices facing _ this country. some very difficult choices facing people. - this country. some very difficult choices facing people. that's i this country. some very difficult | choices facing people. that's the front pages i'm just going to return to which is the small country, qatar or wales. twitter has come to our aid. i told you it would. steve humphreys pointed out the population of wales and indeed someone else's said the landmass of wales is bigger than qatar, so qatar is the smallest country. than qatar, so qatar is the smallest count . �* ., than qatar, so qatar is the smallest count . �* ~ ., �*, country. but... ithink that's exactly right- _ country. but... ithink that's exactly right. qatar- country. but... ithink that's exactly right. qatar got i country. but... i think that's| exactly right. qatar got there because they _ exactly right. qatar got there because they are _ exactly right. qatar got there because they are the - exactly right. qatar got there because they are the host i exactly right. qatar got there | because they are the host and exactly right. qatar got there i because they are the host and off exactly right. qatar got there - because they are the host and off he is correct, they are the smallest country to qualify. everyone is a winner on the papers. that is if in the papers tonight. thank you so much both we are back again... with natalie fahy, senior editor at the nottingham post, and rosamund unwin of the sunday times. dojoin us then
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if you can but for now, goodnight. good evening this is the sports news. we are starting with england qualifying for the last 16 of the world cup in qatar after a comprehensive 3—0 win over wales. the result ensures top spot in group b while the welsh will head home having finished bottom after a goalless first 45 minutes england exploded into life after the break, marcus rashford with the first of his two goals just five minutes after the resumption. phil foden then guided in harry kane's cross and when the pressure took advantage of a goalkeeping error with over 20 minutes remaining the match was over as a contest and angling progress to
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as a contest and angling progress to a knockout match against african champions senegal. brute a knockout match against african champions senegal.— a knockout match against african champions senegal. we 'ust create a few more chances i champions senegal. we 'ust create a few more chances in i champions senegal. we just create a few more chances in start _ champions senegal. we just create a few more chances in start with i champions senegal. we just create a few more chances in start with a i few more chances in start with a brilliant free kick and for the second goal as well and into the second goal as well and into the second half with early goals and to control of the game, we were in control of the game, we were in control of the game, we were in control of the game with the first time but we just did not get that first goal but we were patient and came up with our chance and i think that we got the two early goals. rashford's second goal makes in the second manchester united layer to score three plus goals for the lions and a major tournament after 1956, his manchester united team—mate harry maguire spoke to bbc after the game. i’m harry maguire spoke to bbc after the name. �* . , , harry maguire spoke to bbc after the name. �* ., , , ., game. i'm really pleased for rashford — game. i'm really pleased for rashford he _ game. i'm really pleased for rashford he has _ game. i'm really pleased for rashford he has honestly i game. i'm really pleased forl rashford he has honestly had game. i'm really pleased for. rashford he has honestly had a game. i'm really pleased for- rashford he has honestly had a tough time out _ rashford he has honestly had a tough time out of— rashford he has honestly had a tough time out of the team for years so that he _ time out of the team for years so that he has— time out of the team for years so that he has come back in, he looks like a _ that he has come back in, he looks like a different layer and that is credited — like a different layer and that is credited to him, his works his socks off and _ credited to him, his works his socks off and we _ credited to him, his works his socks off and we all know his talent he is an unbelievable player i cannot
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speak highly of him a massive player from the _ speak highly of him a massive player from the club and i think again tonight— from the club and i think again tonight he is proven again that this is his— tonight he is proven again that this is his stage. in tonight he is proven again that this is his stage-— tonight he is proven again that this is his stare. ., , �* ., ., . is his stage. in group b other match usa will win — is his stage. in group b other match usa will win over _ is his stage. in group b other match usa will win over iran _ is his stage. in group b other match usa will win over iran with - is his stage. in group b other match usa will win over iran with bull i is his stage. in group b other match usa will win over iran with bull sh l usa will win over iran with bull sh with the gold which means his side will go in to the last 16 the call came in the 30th minute of the final group b game with qatar again usa had to advance the last 16. christian was left her with a collision with e iran will keep her and with a return, he was unable to return for the second. 20 years on from being courted finalists senegal are back in the world cup knockout stages and they were level with when all against ecuador initiate chewed out for that second qualification spotin out for that second qualification spot in group a when they popped up with a winner. making their entrance
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but who would be making their exit? ecuador who needed to stay dropped to go through or senegal who realistically had to win. it was soon advantage senegal. this man winning a penalty than probably converting it. q. the celebrations as thing stood, senegal were heading into block 16. but after the break the pendulum swung. moyes is putting ecuador level now it was their turn to believe. the final twist was yet to come. firing senegal back in front and into the knockout stages. after a match of huge drama, but for the winners even greater delight. they were joined huge drama, but for the winners even greater delight. they werejoined in life 16 by the netherlands, they only needed to draw against the already eliminated qatar but once
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cody gakpo had scored for the third consecutive game victory seemed inevitable. and sure enough after the break, the dutch doubled their lead and that was that. qatar out of their own world cup without winning a point. while the netherlands go through to the knockout stage where tougher challenges naturally await. james anderson says the change of environment for england's�*s next test series will not bring about a change in approach. they are playing in pakistan for the first time in 17 years with interest and the only one of that 2005 squad still playing for his country. the fast bowler has been central to the new aggressive style and encouraged him and the coach ben stokes who desired a when whatever the circumstances may well be challenged by slower pitches in pakistan with a first test on thursday. pakistan with a first test on thursday-— pakistan with a first test on thursda . ~ ., ~ ., ., thursday. we did not know how it will -la , thursday. we did not know how it will play, traditionally _ thursday. we did not know how it will play, traditionally it _ thursday. we did not know how it will play, traditionally it is - thursday. we did not know how it will play, traditionally it is flat i will play, traditionally it is flat
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here, we have test messages —— matches in recent times it was very flat. it ended in a drop of stopgap captain and coach who do not want draws, we are not playing for draws. so we will come out here and try to win the game. and we might have to be creative in how we did that come up be creative in how we did that come up but let's just wait and see how the conditions play. up but let'sjust wait and see how the conditions play.— the conditions play. tiger woods once gre: the conditions play. tiger woods once greg norman _ the conditions play. tiger woods once greg norman to _ the conditions play. tiger woods once greg norman to step i the conditions play. tiger woods once greg norman to step down| the conditions play. tiger woods i once greg norman to step down as the commissioner. woods who was injured and not playing competitively at the moment was speaking at a news conference in the bahamas, the 15 time major winnerjoined rory and calling in and and further litigation with the pga tour in the new saudi box rival. right litigation with the pga tour in the new saudi box rival.— litigation with the pga tour in the new saudi box rival. right now as it is with the leadership, _ new saudi box rival. right now as it is with the leadership, not - new saudi box rival. right now as it is with the leadership, not with i is with the leadership, not with greg there and his animosity with the tour itself. i do not see it happening. as rory said in i said it as well, i think greg has to leave. and that we can't eventually, hopefully have a stay between the
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two lawsuits and figure something out. but, what would you change anything if you have a lawsuit against you. they sued us first. for more ou against you. they sued us first. for more you can _ against you. they sued us first. for more you can head to the bbc sport website that is all your support for now. high pressure will be largely dominant for the rest of the week so it should be mostly dry generally across the country particularly for england and wales we will continue to that you missed in fraud which could be dense at times particularly in the morning and like i mentioned it will be cold but towards the end of the. in certain with the following week it looks like it can be turned even colder warrant that just a moment. for one say we are almost in between what the systems but i think we will be more affected by that area of high pressure of the near north west russia and
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scandinavia so we will be drawing in lighter winds from the south east. most places tried a bit of early mist and fog which could be problematic it could linger where it does, it will stay quite grey and gloomy but the best of the sentient to south and west up to 12 degrees there for stops with her front will bring thicker clock, patchy rain. you can see here it affecting the north—west if the uk even as we head on into the sea. this area of low pressure will continue to affect the far north west of the country to thursday and friday in fact. so thicker clad, more of a breeze, outbreaks of rain across parts of scotland, and for much of northern ireland and for england and wales it should be largely dry. again variable cloud a bit of mist and fog around and limited spells brightness probably the best of such a towards the west. where it could be up to 11-12 the west. where it could be up to 11—12 may be 13 but cooler further east under the low cloud in mist in merck. friday, very little change still under the influence of the high—pressure some ups places on friday will be dry we could see the odd shower around the barn north and north west of scotland but i think
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it is a day of variable cloud. some sunny spells mist and fog to a bit more of a breeze picking up, easterly breeze across the country and that will start to pick up and strengthen twist began. temperatures range from 7—11 . as we head into the rican we will start to pick up a colder air mass from that easterly wind and you could see the blue colours, the colder air mask creeping their way westwards with those yellow and orange is fading away. so it will be turning colder for all areas into this coming weekend. still that way a front load during across the north country, but season patchy rain for scotland and northern ireland to the south, it is drier and some sunshine around, little bit of mist and fog here in there. because the breeze will be stronger i think mist and fog will start towards diminished towards the end of the week most places in the single digits on saturday. but the time we reach sunday. colder air mass be right across the country a fresher easterly breeze across the
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south generally lighter winds further north, that whether front still hanging around across the extreme north of scotland so we could see further rain here but for most it is a great day quite breezy and chilly and with that cold air mass in place and factor in the strong easterly breeze and soft it can feel quite right with temperatures even lower than these values suggest. so we are in that cold air mass through the weekend andindeed cold air mass through the weekend and indeed into the following week so it stays cold but if anything we are starting high—pressure props developing towards north—west of us low pressure towards scandinavia that will open up the floodgates to a cold arctic north so things are turning colder we think as we head into the following week. there will be serene at times but is that arctic northerly digs and into a colder it could even turn windier so a greater chance of more in a way
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welcome to newsday, reporting live from singapore, i'm karishma vaswani. the headlines. and in the world cup, the us beat political rivals iran one—nil and england beat wales 3—nil in the so—called battle of britain — both now go through to the knock out stages. the usa, usa! that's a big game, man! as part of the coach and players and i said you can do it. they did it! god love them. also coming up on newsday- _ them. also coming up on newsday. the _ them. also coming up on newsday. the oath i them. also coming up on i newsday. the oath keepers militia group is
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the founder of the us right—wing 0ath keepers militia group is convicted of seditious conspiracy, over last year's attack on the capitol.

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