issues using their cards. visa says it's investigating the cause of the disruption. the "pinball children" who suffer the instability of house and school changes while in care. in a moment it will be time for sportsday, but first a look at what else is coming up this evening on bbc news. as a new prime minister takes over in spain, we'll be speaking to our correspondent in madrid about the corruption scandal that unseated mariano rajoy. has the cosmetics company lush overstepped the mark with a social media campaign highlighting the so called spy—cops scandal? and later, we'll be taking our nightly look at what's on tomorrow's front pages, with pr consultant and former conservative party communications director giles kenningham, and the political editor of the new statesman george eaton. that's all ahead on bbc news. now on bbc news, it's
time for sportsday. hello and welcome to sportsday — i'm azi farni. it's been a good day for england against pakistan, we'll be live at headingley on day one of the second test. gareth southgate defends raheen sterling over the controversy caused by his gun tattoo and tyson fury says it's been a tough road to his long awaited return to boxing. i was almost at the bottom of no return and i've been brought back andi return and i've been brought back and ijust return and i've been brought back and i just want to show to everyone that if i can do it anyone can do it because i'm no different to anybody else. because i'm no different to anybody else.
hello and welcome to sportsday. thanks forjoining us. england have had the perfect start in the second test against pakistan, as they look to bounce back from their nine wicket defeat at lord's. stuart broad led the attack, with three wickets for 38 runs, as england the visitors out for 174 at headingly. patrick geary is there for us. it was exactly the start england needed. it was ben stokes was unavailable but they lost the toss so they must have taught what else can go wrong? they picked it up from from that is largely due to start they were given by stuart broad who bowled better than at lortsds, england caught far better than they did too, that was another problem, they dropped five catches in that previous test, a good start from stuart broad, the two wickets set the tone, because all the rest of the england pace
attack chipped in, chris woakes, james anderson, all helped reduce pakistan to seven down for less than 100. it looked like they were going to be bowled out for less than 00 but khan kept pakistan competitive. 174-4 but khan kept pakistan competitive. 174—4 out in the end. england's turn to bat, a test of this fragile batting order. jennings recalled after being dropped last year, he did well for 29. he looked confident before he got out but he had set that platform and cook and root took them on. it was frustrating for england when cook was out for a6, they finished on 106 for two, despite that late frustrating wicket they will rashed it as a good day. they will hope that momentum carries through. how important is it, after the winter they have had they get a goodwin now? i think it is crucial
as, this england team, since the start of the ashe last year have lost six of the eight tests they have played and they have been hammered ina have played and they have been hammered in a number, so no big surprise there was criticism of coach, the captain, half of the batting order so it was crucial ir—i think they got back into competition, in this series and backed up root‘s words with actions. he promised there would be a response, there has been but we are early in the test match. i think weather might play a part tomorrow. can england do better this time after that crushing defeat in the first test, england needed a good response. and former england batsman james taylor says today's play england will have been outstand, they needed bounce back sharpish and they needed bounce back sharpish and they have anderson three wicket, broad three wicket and woakes and curran picking up the final wicket,
getting in on his debut, it is what england needed. pakistan have their partnership at the back end but england have done a good job, they bounced back after lord's, a poor display, they have done really good job. that poor display was largely down to the batsmen, what do they have to do to come back from that collapse? the batsmen low in confidence, they have been low in confidence, they have been low in confidence for over six months which isn't ideal but they are moved general, they have put him at the top, he is? good form, he is in good form in domestic cricket so hopefully he is going to get off to a good start, they need to set that platform, that is where they have struggled over the recent month, then letting the middle order build on that. englands or a record isn't great. they have lost six of the last eight including that big a—0 defeat to australia in the ashes, how much do they need the win now? desperately. it is notjust the
team, it is joe desperately. it is notjust the team, it isjoe root and captain, trevor bayliss at coach. joe, what would do him the world of good, because he leads from the front, he is inexperienced, he has had a tough year, he needs to get a big 100. he has had a tough year, he needs to get a big 100. the england manager gareth southgate has defended raheem sterling over the controversy caused by his new tattoo. the manchester city midfielder came under fire after posting a picture of himself training with the tattoo of a gun on his leg visible. but southgate says sterling shouldn't be hounded over something which is a personal choice, as david ornstein reports. england's past to the world cup has been smooth. but with the tournament 110w been smooth. but with the tournament now fast approaching, the scrutiny has intensified. this week raheem sterling moved to defend himself after revealing a tattoo of an assault rifle on his right leg. amid criticism from anti—gun
campaigners sterling say the artwork had a deeper meaning that his father was shot dead when the player was just two—year—old, and he made a promise never to touch a gun in his life. he understands how some people have perceived the tattoo, but in my view a tattoo is like any work of art, it isa a tattoo is like any work of art, it is a very individual meaning, he is not somebody that supports or wants to promote guns. this is a youthful england squad. the household names of the past are gone, so too perhaps the shackles of press conference tournament failures. and it is here at team hotel that they are trying to relax. before taking centre stage at wembley tomorrow, in the first of two warm—up games. then in only two weeks' time, they will be flying the flag in russia. the nation you know, will be behind us no the nation you know, will be behind us no matter what. the group of lads we have got now, it is high profile
group, you know, talent in the group, you know, talent in the group, and you know, ithink group, you know, talent in the group, and you know, i think we have a good chance of going far this career. the focus is clear. to succeed where so many have fallen short, expectations may be low, but spirits are high, as england attempt to close in on football's greatest prize. we're less than two weeks away from the start of the world cup finals, and as we build up to the tournament here on sportsday we'll be taking an in depth look at some of the issues facing the teams and nations competing in russia. yesterday we heard from the iceland camp, today we go to the other debutants at this year's finals — the central american nation of panama, who are alongside belgium and england in group g. joe lynskey has more. panama's pa nama's reward for panama's reward for reach this world cup is group stage clash with england but the central americans qualification story is perhaps the
most remarkable. of this summer a tournament. it is a nation of barely four million people thatjoins the world's two great oceans but panama would have to negotiate past surrounding nations with massive resources to make this summer's finals and going into the final round of matches they were just about still in touch with the top three place, that seal a world cup place but they needed two unlikely result, the americans had to loose against trinidad while panama had to beat costa rica but in football you can never rule anything out. think you see all of the things that happen that night, nobody is going to pick up the script. then the goal. how can you describe that? goal! goal! idon't goal. how can you describe that? goal! goal! i don't know what happened, i just lost goal! goal! i don't know what happened, ijust lost it. goal! goal! they did it. beautiful.
you couldn't write it. famous for a a8 mile stretch of water way, this world cup will be a footballing fairy tale for panama, and a lot of their success is due to an englishman who had been a community officer at millwall. . englishman who had been a community officerat millwall. . i englishman who had been a community officer at millwall. . i was born in panama, left very early, and we went to live in london and after working all three years at millwall, my dad said have you thought about coming to panama, there is is a lot of potential here, they are very raw, i don't think there is any shame to say it is a third world country compared to a developed country, football has progressed, you know, the players are getting fed which never happened after each training session, we have bib, we have balls, we have a training ground, you know, you have that. so it has come a long way. obviously with england losing to iceland, do you think it would be a bigger upset if panama were to beat
england? 0h bigger upset if panama were to beat england? oh yes. definitely. iceland had one or two, three players who played in the premier league, they have players playing abroad at a good level. this would be the biggest shock. no big team, like belgium or england wants to play in a world cup teams like panama, if england do not get a good result against panama it will be a major shock, that is putting more pressure on mr southgate. we can get odds at eigg as 20—1 for panama to win that match and 2,000—1 for them to win the world cup. they are such rank outsiders and this man torres has become their poster boy after scores offing that goal but at 32 he is hardly a rising star and he
plays club football in the mls. we can see the other players are at the back end of their careers, including their top scorer, he plays domestic football in peru. having said that panama have a is very experienced manager who is leading his third different nation to a world cup final but for this team being in russia is ground—breaking enough and if they pick up even one victory, it will be some achievement. if they pick up even one victory, it will be some achievement. now, he's the favourite to succeed zinedine zidane at real madrid and tottenham boss mauricio pochettino is in spain. but he isn't in the capital, instead he's in barcelona where he used to manage espanyol. the argentinian is there to promote a book. and despite pledging his allegiance to tottenham with a five year contract extension last week, listen to what he says about the real rumours. i ince all the rumours around the world, but that is our life, that is thatis
world, but that is our life, that is that is the sport that we chose to stay, that is the passion that relates to everyone, look, i am so happy, iam relates to everyone, look, i am so happy, i am so excited, i sign a new contract ten days ago, what is going to happen tomorrow? i don't i don't know. stay with us — coming up later in the programme. tyson fury tells us he can beat every big name in the heavyweight division — including anthonyjoshua and deontay wilder. and we hear from three—time world champion asbel kiprop as he bids to clear his name. over at the french open in paris, novak djokovic came through a gruelling four—hour match against spanish 13th seed roberto bautista agut to reach the last 16. he lost his first set of the tournament so far and broke his first racket of the week too, after what was at times a frustrating match for him. but he's through to face fernando verdasco in the fourth
round, after the spaniard beat fourth seed grigor dimitrov. while the women's fourth seed elina svitolina's also out. the epsom festival started today with "the oaks", the feature race for ladies day, won by forever together. the two—day event is the biggest annual gathering of people in surrey, culminating in tomorrow's derby — the world's greatest flat race. sara orchard has more. oks day at epsom. the festival sta rts oks day at epsom. the festival starts with ladies' day with plenty of race goers arriving hours in advance. meanwhile many stars of the show enjoyed a cooling bath behind the scene, and after recent heavily vain they would be in for a tough work out. never stop watcher the weather we were glad to avoid the
showers yesterday because the racecourse would have taken it but it would have been softer ground, and in flat—racing terms it is soft enough as soft, good to soft places. the derby festival is the largest gathering of people in surrey, and after those highly publicised outbreak of violence at goodwood and ascot, there is a big focus on how this event is conducting its security and policing. our planning for the derby festival takes months and months and we work with police to make sure we have the right level of security measures in place, visitors to the racecourse will see a highly visible security presence, search property comes in place, sniffer dogs, amnesty bins. today's feature race was won by forever together trained by aiden o'brien and immediately thoughts will be on the derby, still considered the world's greatest flat race and it is o'brian's horse that remains the
odds on favourite, a derby win would ta ke odds on favourite, a derby win would take the horse one step closer to winning british racing tripping crown. winning british racing tripping crown. the former world heavyweight champion tyson fury says he can beat any of the current champions in the division, including anthonyjoshua and deontay wilder. fury returns to the ring next weekend, more than two years since his last fight, when he defeated wladimir klitschko for the unified title in dusseldorf. and he's admitted that it's been a tough time out of the ring. it is not a secret i suffered mental health problem, depression and haul that stuff. i hit the drink quite heavily, and you know, it is all sweeter coming bark, some times in live you have to witness what it is like to be down and depressed and not ina like to be down and depressed and not in a good place to realise you have got it good. to being to normality is excellent for me, i joan life so much better the second time round, i feel like
joan life so much better the second time round, ifeel like i have been given a second chance in life. boxing is like being married, it is never easy, you have to work at it. i have been married to the game for a long time. it is a long time. and we fell out of love for a while but i have learned to live her again and iam i have learned to live her again and i am madly in love with her again, when you are madly in love with somebody or something you do it best, don you. in the time you have been out, you have been in the papers a lot still, do you feel like controversy follows you round ?|j think so. i think i'm just like, mr accident prone, everything follows me where ever i go. i like to take positives out of negative, these days i know that life ain't going to be great every day, but we look forward to the good times and i look forward to the good times and i look forward to the good times and i look forward to them now. the second time round is going to be better than the first time, because before everything in my life went smooth, there was no hiccups along the way,
i achieved i want to do. i thought thatis i achieved i want to do. i thought that is it, 27 now, what do i do now? i didn't have any motivation to box any more because i had climbed everest a nd box any more because i had climbed everest and i didn't have any love for it. i thought that's it. i tried golfing, i tried everything, for it. i thought that's it. i tried golfing, itried everything, but for it. i thought that's it. i tried golfing, i tried everything, but i just didn't fall in love with it. my love and passion, is with boxing and she's treated me very well. and i am going to treat her well in return. what is your ambition now, obviously you have got a fight next week, what is your medium term ambition in boxing? short-term goal is to put on a show for the manchester fight fans and the fans round the world who would will be tuning in. long—term is become the heavyweight champion of the world. i think the fans are infora of the world. i think the fans are in for a treat, there is so much healthy competition out there now, with wilder, joshua, dillian whyte, and not until we see somebody who is going to bring the best of out of me you will see how good i am. there is plenty of test to come. if i am
going to go down in history i must avoid nobody. iam not going to go down in history i must avoid nobody. i am not returning to boxing for anything other than the love of boxes and to inspire other people. i i was almost at the bottom of no return, i want to show to eve ryo ne of no return, i want to show to everyone that if i can do it, anybody can, because i am no different to anybody else. i suffer with the same problems as everybody else suffers with, even as a heavyweight boxer, a giant fella, there are still very fragile moment, everybody has the same problems in life and i am living proof and evidentest evidence it can be ove rco m e evidentest evidence it can be overcome and there is help out there. if you want it you can achieve it. #3 #3 let's round up some of the day's other sport now. ducati's andrea dovizioso has become the fastest man in motogp. he set a new top speed record of 356.akph in free practice at the italian grand prix in mugello. suzuki's andrea iannone was fastest, while reigning champion and points leader marc marquez was third on his honda. graeme mcdowell is tied
for the lead after the second round of the italian open. the northern irishman carded a bogey—free round of 66, and is joined at the top of the leaderboard with spain's rafa cabrera—bello on ten under par. leeds united have sacked head coach paul heckingbottom after only four months. he left barnsley to take over at elland road in february, but won just four of his 16 games in charge. the club say they are now looking for someone with more experience. and england forward fran kirby has signed a new three—year contract with women's super league champions chelsea. she scored 25 goals last season, and won the pfa and football writers' association's "women's footballer of the year" awards. three—time world champion asbel kiprop has told the bbc he gave money to drug testers out of generosity. the kenyan, who won 1500m gold at the beijing olympics, tested positive for epo after an out—of—competition test in november 2017. ade adedoyin has been to meet kiprop, as he bids to clear his name?
ce #3 as day breaks in kenya's rift valley athletes take to the road they hope will lead to glory, which has produced olympic and champions like kiprop though he is now trying to salvage his reputation after a failed drugs test. people think he has been doping, it is something that it has been doping, it is something thatitis has been doping, it is something that it is beyond, you feel it would have been better if i was, it had doped so the expression could be fitting, and i would be suffering, like a prisoner also, and like anybody who have committed a doping offence but today what i am undergoing is something i did not do but i am being put in the category of the dopers.
last november two anti—doping officials went to his home to collect a you're in sample that tested positive for epo, kiprop said he is not a cheat. i have not disgraced the ioc, i have not disgraced the ioc, i have not disgraced my fans, or my father. i have not disgraced the people that made me the person i am today. i will be telling the people, this is the person who did this to me. kiprop's explanation say has caused as much surprise, a extraordinary tale with allegations of extortion and corruption, he says the officials gaye him advance notice they were coming and asked him for money. to me i thought it was like a joke, it didn't even, you know, attract anything, because i thought maybe it's a friend, maybe they want to... it is normal, generosity. he
believes the equivalence of $3a was less tha n believes the equivalence of $3a was less than the officials hoped for and that may explain the positive result. however, athletics integrity you nit who instigated the test saying there had been no mix up or tampering with the. is ale but did confirm the official admit he contacted kiprop before the test, however that didn't invalidate the result. this road has produced numerous world and olympic champions over the years, and kiprop concedes he faces a potentially long erode to clear his name in the coming weeks he will have a disciplinary hearing, a chance to provide any information which could explain that positive test and retore store a reputation built here. is not on his reputation on the line but athletics more some of the world's best
para—swimmers are in sheffield this weekend for the british leg of the world para swimming series, and a familiar face is back in form.. mulitple paralympic gold medallist ellie simmonds contemplated retiring after the rio games, but she's back and achieved the qualification standard for the european championships in august. she has just taken she hasjust taken bronze in the last few minutes. she hasjust taken bronze in the last few minutes. these are live pictures of the world series in sheffield. there's live coverage on the red button and online of all the action at ponds forge in sheffield right through to the end of the competition on sunday. a racing driverfrom yorkshire is on the verge of competing at the very highest level of motorsport. oliver rowland has been made the official young driver for formula 1 team williams, after earning his stripes in formula 2. the twenty—five—year—old is hoping to make his f1 grand prix debut next season. mark ansell‘s been to silverstone to meet him. oliver rowland is racing at the home
of british motor sport, but not in an f1 car, this time, it is in the grand tourer endurance series at silverstone, he showed me inside the garage before the race. this is the cari garage before the race. this is the car i will be racing at the weekend, mercedes gt3sls. my first time in the car so should be a pretty interesting weekend as you can see, it isa interesting weekend as you can see, it is a nice black and red and my lucky number aa. so i am look fog ward to getting going. oliver started his career very early, carting from the age of five, his natural ability behind the wheel is obvious. that is why stranger signed him up. they think he could go all the way. hejust him up. they think he could go all the way. he just has that ability,
that wonderful blend of balance and hand eye co—ordination, what he has done is exceptional, he has won at every level, and so now he is going to hopefully get his chance in formula one, then i have no doubt he will do very well. as the official young driver for the formula will do very well. as the official young driverfor the formula one tea m young driverfor the formula one team williams has been testing their car in barcelona for the first time. the team are bottom of the f1 constructor standings and that might provide him with the opportunity he needs. if you look at williams season so far it has been disappointing from their point of view. at some point they will have to change some things to make it better for next year and who knows, if the driver line up could change due to that, but yes, i will be there banging on the door and trying my best to get in. so remember the name oliver row land, the yorkshireman one break away from racing on the biggest stage in motor sport. now we're going to return to
football finally, and some belgian tv footage, which seems to reveal belgium's 23—man final squad for the world cup. broadcaster vrt showed footage of mattresses being loaded up by a belgian bedding company before their departure for russia — with labels indicating the player for which they were designated. roberto martinez has already named a 28—man provisional squad, but his final squad of 23 wasn't due to be announced until monday. so it seems if your name's not on the bed, you're not getting in! that's all from sportsday. we'll have more throughout the night. hello two distinct sides to the
weather again today, for some blue skies and sunshine for others storm clouds have been gathering thunderstorms which will continue in places through tonight and into tomorrow, with the risk of flooding and travel disruption, through the night you can see the showers well scattered but where they crop up they could be on the heavily side. tending to fade away, there will be mist and tending to fade away, there will be mistand murk tending to fade away, there will be mist and murk and low cloud on what will be another very muggy night, so into tomorrow, a grey start for many, but across the south things should brighten up nicely with sunshine, however, from east anglia up sunshine, however, from east anglia up into northern england, a scattering of heavy thundery downpours which could cause travel problems and flash flooding, a very warm day for many. into sunday a lot of cloud in the north. there will still be some, further south, nice looking day, long spells of sunshine and feeling very warm with top temperatures of around 25 degrees. this is bbc news.
i'm lukwesa burak. the headlines at 7pm: europe, canada and mexico hit back after the us imposes import tariffs on steel and aluminium. here, the government warns against an escalating trade war. it is very, very unfortunate if we get into this tit—for—tat position especially with one of our closest allies. nobody wins in a trade war, there are only casualties. calls for the transport secretary to resign — as hundreds more trains are cancelled and another emergency timetable is announced. people are left unable to pay with their visa cards — after the company experiences a service disruption. also tonight: