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this is bbc news: i'm sally bundock with the latest headlines for viewers in the uk and around the world. england fans celebrate a place in the euro 2020 quarter—finals after the two — zero victory over germany. it after the two - zero victory over germany.— after the two - zero victory over germany. it is coming home! i — over germany. it is coming home! i am _ over germany. it is coming home! i am sad _ over germany. it is coming home! i am sad that - over germany. it is coming i home! i am sad that germany lost _ home! i am sad that germany lost but — home! i am sad that germany lost but there is nothing we can do— lost but there is nothing we can do about it so hopefully next — can do about it so hopefully next season they will be batten _ next season they will be better. in next season they will be better. . . . next season they will be better. . ., ., ., , next season they will be better. . ., ., ., better. in canada, dozens of --eole better. in canada, dozens of peeple died _ better. in canada, dozens of people died in _ better. in canada, dozens of| people died in unprecedented heat waves that are seen a record temperature for three daysin record temperature for three days in a row. fears that thousands of europeans in the
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uk who wish to stay could miss a crucial post brexit deadline. and injury and tears for a seven time wind weldon winner. her slip on centre court forces serena williams out in the first round. —— seven time wimbledon winner. a very warm welcome to the programme. england's footballers will travel to rome for the euro 2020 quarter—finals against ukraine on saturday after ending a 55 year wait for a knockout victory over germany at a major town ornament. goals from kane and stirling secured a 2—1win, the first time england have beaten their rivals in a
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knockout stage of a major tournament since the 1966 world cup final. here is more from tim allman. for england fans this must have felt like a novel experience. they just witnessed their team do something they have not done for over half a century, namely, defeated germany in a knockout stage of a major football tournament. get knockout stage of a ma'or football tournament. get in there! and _ football tournament. get in there! and this _ football tournament. get in there! and this being - football tournament. get in i there! and this being england, confidence _ there! and this being england, confidence has _ there! and this being england, confidence has now— there! and this being england, confidence has now reached i confidence has now reached absurdly high levels. it is confidence has now reached absurdly high levels. it is the best english _ absurdly high levels. it is the best english victory - absurdly high levels. it is the best english victory since i absurdly high levels. it is the | best english victory since 1966 when we beat germany last. it is the vet best victory since then. and there is no reason why we cannot win there. 2. then. and there is no reason why we cannot win there. z. we are going _ why we cannot win there. z. we are going all — why we cannot win there. z. we are going all the _ why we cannot win there. z. we are going all the way. _ why we cannot win there. z. we are going all the way. sweden, | are going all the way. sweden, ukraine — are going all the way. sweden, ukraine or— are going all the way. sweden, ukraine or whoever, we're going all the _ ukraine or whoever, we're going all the way!— all the way! this probably came as a bit of _ all the way! this probably came as a bit of a _ all the way! this probably came as a bit of a shock _ all the way! this probably came as a bit of a shock to _ all the way! this probably came as a bit of a shock to the - as a bit of a shock to the german fans as well. watching back home in berlin.
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translation: i back home in berlin. translation:- back home in berlin. translation: ., , translation: i am sad said this su orter. translation: i am sad said this suoporter- i— translation: i am sad said this supporter. i believe _ translation: i am sad said this supporter. i believe that - supporter. i believe that germany _ supporter. i believe that germany were _ supporter. i believe that germany were the i supporter. i believe that| germany were the better supporter. i believe that - germany were the better team. the english had their opportunities and they converted them that germany should have won. but germany did not. england pulling off one of their greatest victories since 1966 and all that. raheem sterling got their first goal, finally breaking the deadlock midway through the second half. and the, harry kane sealed the win with less than five minutes to go. a bittersweet moment to go. a bittersweetmoment moment for rf southgate. he knows what it is like to be on the wrong end of a result against the germans. despite this when he is desperately trying to calm everyone down. it is a dangerous moment for us. that warmth of success and the feeling around the country that we only have to turn up to win the thing and we know it is going to be an immense challenge from here on. the first part _ challenge from here on. the first part of _ challenge from here on. the first part of that _ challenge from here on. the first part of that immense challenge will be a
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quarter—final against ukraine. they defeated sweden to — one in round of 16 match at hampden park and will no doubt have ambitions of their own. but tell that to these english fans who really think that history is now on their side. and the euphoria is being felt thatis and the euphoria is being felt that is for sure if you look at the newspapers today in the uk they are plastered with the news. we will have much more later in the programme from the european championships and also from wimbledon where the news about serena williams adding to pull out due to injury. all of thatis pull out due to injury. all of that is coming later on in the programme. now police in western canada say that dozens of people in the vancouver area have died in the midst of the unprecedented heatwave there. they say they have responded to almost 70 sudden death since monday. most of those who died were elderly. the temperatures
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have been extremely challenging. a new all—time record high of 49.5 c, just over 121 fahrenheit. that was said on tuesday and in the united states the pacific northwest is also experiencing dangerous heat levels. let's talk to jodi dangerous heat levels. let's talk tojodi hughes, a weather ankle —— weather anchor in calgary. you look like you are outside and i assume it is extremely hot. talk us through what you are experiencing at the moment. n0 audio 28- 29 the moment. n0 audio 28— 29 degrees outside but in my house it is even warmer. i do not have air—conditioning in my house and i am typical in that not a lot of albertans have air—conditioning and so we have air—conditioning and so we have seen an increasing number of people booking a hotel room just to get... i am one of those, that is where we're
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going tomorrow night because we just need a break. but it is something that we have just never seen before. we have never seen before. we have never seen before. we have never seen a stretch of temperatures this hot for this long and unfortunately it is still going to continue for another couple of days. so it will carry _ another couple of days. so it will carry on _ another couple of days. so it will carry on for— another couple of days. so it will carry on for another- another couple of days. so it will carry on for another few| will carry on for another few days and it is extremely dangerous, as we have been hearing. so you say you are booking into a hotel. what other measures have been put in place to protect those who are vulnerable? it place to protect those who are vulnerable?— vulnerable? it is 'ust so dangerous. i vulnerable? it isjust so dangerous. when i vulnerable? it isjust so dangerous. when this l vulnerable? it isjust so i dangerous. when this first began just before the heat warnings were even issued, all the weather people in the alberta bc saskatchewan re— gin were called to a meeting to impart the danger of weather like this. so the more ahead event goes on, the more it is compounded and this is kidneys, lungs, for seniors, for anyone
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who is vulnerable. and they wanted to impress on us the importance of giving that message. so we've been sharing that message and we know that many people have been checking on seniors regularly, we know there has been an increase in calls and unfortunately we know that many have died because of this heatwave. the warning they gave us at the time was a reminder that the heatwave in quebec on the other side of the country in 2018 when 90 people died from a heat wave there and at last count from what i saw, many people have lost their lives because of this heat. can ou tell lives because of this heat. can you tell us _ lives because of this heat. can you tell us what _ lives because of this heat. can you tell us what is _ lives because of this heat. can you tell us what is called this heat bubble and it is lasting longer than many anticipated? longer than many anticipated ? another longer than many anticipated? another interesting part of it. this is a blocking weather pattern. it makes a block, it looks like the omega symbol. a high—pressure system in the centre and to low pressure system is anchoring it on either side. and that prevents,
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when you look at your radar, the isobars look like that. and because your high—pressure system is bending clockwise in the low pressure system go the other direction, counterclockwise and it prevents the atmospheric conditions from continuing to flow like they normally would, like a river, if you will, of our. and so with that stagnant type of weather pattern it is very difficult to predict when it will move off and at the very beginning of this it was a bit surprising to hear the national meteorologists even saying that we don't know when this is going to end. it looks like saturday and it does seem as if that is the case, friday or saturday we will start to see a break down. but this is where it gets even trickier. 0n where it gets even trickier. on top of the risk to health, we are in a part of the world where you often hear of forest fires and wildfires and it is so incredibly dry now, the fire danger rating is coming in as
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extreme for almost all of the province of alberta where i am and also into our neighbouring province of saskatchewan and they are starting to see this heat. parts of british columbia as well and once this system moves off, what you will see is instability so you will end up with cool air moving in and as it meets up with the warm air thatis it meets up with the warm air that is when you often see convective activity, thunderstorms. the last thing we want right now are thunderstorms with conditions this drive. they banned fires in our neighbouring —— neighbouring province, bc, and they are likely to issue more warnings because at this point i heard many wildfire experts say that they are so concerned because this is a once—in—a—lifetime experience. lets hope, jodi that there are no wildfires in the near future. thank you for talking to us about what is happening where you are and those extreme temperatures there. rebel forces in tigray, northern ethiopia, are continuing to gain ground after seizing the regional capital mekelle on monday. that's despite the national government's declaration of a ceasefire.
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the fighting has left thousands dead with as many as two million people forced to leave their homes. government troops have now abandoned mekelle, in the face of the rebel advance which has reached as far as shire — near the border with ethiopia. 0ur africa correspondent vivienne nunis reports. jubilation on the streets as eritrean troops are forced out of shire in tigray. similar scenes were witnessed in the capital mekelle, as ethiopian soldiers fled. you the rebel tplf forces appear to have the upper hand in this bloody eight—month conflict. now, the federal government in addis ababa has called for a ceasefire. translation: for humanitarian aid to reach the needy _ without any problems and for the farming season to happen on time, and also so that internally displaced persons can return to their homes, we have been discussed ways to give political solutions to fit the farming season with the government, so the interim administration has formally asked
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the government for a ceasefire. but tplf forces say they won't lay down arms until all so—called invading enemies are forced out of tigray, including militia from the region of amhara and soldiers from eritrea. the united states today issued this warning. if the government's announcement of a cessation of hostilities does not result in improvements and the situation continues to worsen, ethiopia and eritrea should anticipate further actions. we will not stand by in the face of horrors in tigray. for millions of people in tigray desperate for food and other supplies, the real question is whether the cease—fire will mean better access for those delivering aid. so far, aid agencies say
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there has been no improvement. this is making it even more difficult for our staff to work and deliver humanitarian assistance. we call for calm and restraint and appeal to all parties to the conflict to abide by international law, to protect civilians. with hundreds of thousands of people at risk of famine and millions more in urgent need of food, time is running out. for them, the changing military situation needs to translate to a better chance at life. vivienne nunis, bbc news. let's get some of the days other news. it has emerged that residents at the florida apartment block were warned in april that the building was an urgent need of repair. 12 people are known to have died in 149 are still missing. president biden is due to visit the site on thursday. germany has withdrawn its final troops from afghanistan. the deployment was the first foreign deployment since the
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second world war and the 1100 soldiers serving with the nato mission were second in size only to the united states. in all, 59 german troops lost their lives during the near 20 year deployment. the pro—independence head of catalonia's regional government has said that he is pushing for a full amnesty for separatist leaders during talks with prime minister. arab owners repeated his view that a referendum on independence was needed. —— aragones. eu residents living in the uk have until midnight tonight to apply for their rights to remain under brexit rules. applications have been received but around 400,000 cases are still waiting to be processed. there are concerns that many vulnerable people who will risk losing access to government sites during the process. russell has the details. the
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clock is ticking. last—minute applicants filling out their eu settlement forms as the wednesday deadline approaches. volunteers and legal advisors in london are there to help. many people are still struggling to gather the right documents and prove that they have been living in the uk. it have been living in the uk. it is complicated. today, my friends, today i cannot solve this problem. i need to start to think about getting a plane ticket to return to spain or go to somewhere else. i ticket to return to spain or go to somewhere else.— ticket to return to spain or go to somewhere else. i have been here for 26 _ to somewhere else. i have been here for 26 years. _ to somewhere else. i have been here for 26 years. that - to somewhere else. i have been here for 26 years. that should l here for 26 years. that should mean — here for 26 years. that should mean something, you know? i do not i _ mean something, you know? i do not i should — mean something, you know? i do not i should not have to apply for anything. not i should not have to apply foranything. it not i should not have to apply for anything-— for anything. it is not 'ust deadline i for anything. it is not 'ust deadline day i for anything. it is not 'ust deadline day in i for anything. it is notjust deadline day in britain. i for anything. it is notjust i deadline day in britain. malta along with france, latvia and luxembourg have similar application scenes. several other countries have extended their application period. in their application period. in the uk there are concerns about elderly people and children in care who may not apply in time to do this could have
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catastrophic implications on individuals if the home office do not work in a way which is pragmatic and flexible. the uk's home office insists that eu nationals are friends, family and neighbours and it will do everything it can to ensure anyone who wants to stay is able to. a lot more on that story in our business coverage including a look at the skills shortage in the uk at the moment. also to come, tears for a seven time wimbledon winner. serena williams�*s slip on centre court forces her out in the first round. china marked its first day of rule in hong kong with a series of spectacular celebrations — a huge fireworks display was held in the former colony. the chinese president, jiang zemin, said unification was the start of a new era for hong kong.
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the world's first clone has been produced of an adult mammal. scientists in scotland have produced a sheep called dolly that was cloned in a laboratory using a cell from another sheep. i for the first time in 20 years, i russian and american spacecraft have docked in orbit i at the start of a new era of cooperation in space. cheering and applause. challenger powered past the bishop rock lighthouse at almost 50 knots, shattering the record that had stood for 34 years, and there was no hiding the sheer elation of richard branson and his crew. this is bbc news, the latest headlines: for the first time in 55 years,
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england have beaten germany in a major knockout football match. england is through to the quarter—finals on saturday. canada's heatwave turns deadly. police say doesn't have died in vancouver as north american temperatures hit new highs. that dozens. —— dozens. health aspects worn indonesia is on the wave —— brink of a wave of covid—19 infections. health officials say it has been fuelled by the highly transmissible delta variant and the movement of more than a million people after ramadan. courtney bembridge has the details. 15 months into the pandemic and this has become a familiar sight. hospitals so full that patients are being treated in the corridors. this is indonesia, the hardest—hit country in southeast asia. translation: in a lot - of cases, patients are dead when they arrive because of a lack of beds. they have to wait until there is bed space before they can
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be hospitalised. oxygen is in short supply and prices in the capital, jakarta, have almost tripled. the red cross says the country is on the edge of catastrophe and the government is considering tougher restrictions as the relatives of the sick try desperately to get them care. translation: i have been looking for oxygen tanks i for three days now so i've come here to join the queue. hopefully i can get it here. translation: it's been - so difficult to refill my tank. this morning i went to one market but there was a sign saying "oxygen not available". i went to another place and it's the same, they did not have any supplies left. indonesia is reporting a record number of cases and it is being attributed to the more infectious delta variant as well as large gatherings like this in april, to mark the holy month of ramadan, without much social distancing.
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the country is banking on mass vaccination is to tackle the virus but with less than 5% of the population fully vaccinated so far, there's a long way to go. now back to the spot, the dramatic results in football's european championship, of course. we have talked about that, but there is so much more going in in wimbledon and tour de france. 0ver going in in wimbledon and tour de france. over to the sports centre. hello, i'm tulsen tollett, and this is the sports news. england have progressed to the quarter—finals of the european championship, where they beat germany 2—0 in london. this is the first time england have beaten germany in a major tournament at the knockout stage since the 1966 world cup. it was raheem sterling, with his third goal of the euros, and captain harry kane with the
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second of the match, that sort of secure the win at wembley and a place in the last eight. the players were absolutely immense, right the way through the team. and the fans were as well. i mean, only 40,000, but it is as good an atmosphere as i can remember in wembley. so we played extremely well. i think we deserved the win, but i had to say to them straightaway, i am the party people, because if we go and we don't capitalise on that on saturday now than it doesn't count for anything.— count for anything. they will now face _ count for anything. they will now face ukraine _ count for anything. they will now face ukraine after i count for anything. they will now face ukraine after item | count for anything. they will i now face ukraine after item dog scored a header in added on time in extra time against sweden at hampton park. andre shevchenko's side were one of the best place qualifiers, and they go through after a 2—1 victory amid a frantic ending. seven time wimbledon champion serena williams has been forced to retire injured after going over on her ankle in herfirst round match against belarus�* aliaksandra sasnovich. this is the 39—year—old leaving the all england club after her hopes of
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winning another grand slams came crashing down after she injured herself in a slip on court when leading 3—1 in the first set. eight time champion roger federer is through to the second round, but only after his opponent withdrew due to injury. the 39—year—old was to—1 down when adrian mannarino, celebrating his 33rd birthday, slipped and injured his knee. he retired after a 1—point decider, and afterwards fedor explained one of the intricacies of the wimbledon cause and why injuries happen. for a lot of players it is super key to get through those first two rounds, because the grass is more slippery, it is more soft, and then as the tournament progresses, it usually gets harder and easier to move on, but this is obviously terrible. and it hit serena, as well, my god, i can�*t believe it. serena, as well, my god, i can't believe it.— serena, as well, my god, i can't believe it. england won the first one-day _ can't believe it. england won l the first one-day international the first one—day international of their three match series
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against sri lanka in durham by five wickets after winning the toss and sending sri lanka in, chris works took four wickets in a player of the match performance, and helped restrict the tourist to 185. in response, joe root hit an unbeaten 79 to guide england home with his second match at the oval on thursday. duct —— dutch cyclist mathieu van der poel still holds the yellow jersey heading into stage five of the tour de france later. 0n of the tour de france later. on tuesday of the tour de france later. 0n tuesdayit of the tour de france later. on tuesday it was british sprinter mike cavendish took the spoils for a first stage win in five years, as the 36—year—old only jointly inducing a quickstep team when irishman sam bennett was ruled out by injury. in los angeles comedy clippers have a chance to level against the phoenix suns. they called the sons�* by on monday with 116— 102 victory, meaning they trail 3-2 102 victory, meaning they trail 3—2 heading into game six in california. george posted his career—best 49 points, leading the way. in the nhl, tampa bay
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lightning will look to increase their stanley cup final lead over the montreal canadiens when they head out onto the isolator. lightning made easy work of the canadiens in their opening game in the best—of—7 series, with a 5—1win and the montreal team saying that puck management was their biggest issue. you can get all the latest sports news on our website. from me, tulsen tollett, and the rest of the team, that is your sports news for now. well, not quite, because we are going to talk about england fans now, football fans. tuesday night�*s victory against germany was long overdue and the final whistle spike celebrations which went late into the night. jane mccubbin was watching both the match and the fans. we�*d waited and waited. and waited. notjust until the second half. forthis... crowd
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roars. we waited 55 years. 75 minutes earlier, spirits here in manchester couldn�*t be higher. current mood, brendan? exhilarated. and very happy to be here. �* ., , , be here. buzzing, absolutely buzzinu. be here. buzzing, absolutely buzzing. this _ be here. buzzing, absolutely buzzing. this was _ be here. buzzing, absolutely buzzing. this was a - be here. buzzing, absolutely buzzing. this was a belief i be here. buzzing, absolutely. buzzing. this was a belief that covid couldn't _ buzzing. this was a belief that covid couldn't stop. _ buzzing. this was a belief that covid couldn't stop. taking i buzzing. this was a belief that covid couldn't stop. taking it. covid couldn�*t stop. taking it all in, baby sienna. covid couldn't stop. taking it all in, baby sienna.— covid couldn't stop. taking it all in, baby sienna. how old is sienna? three _ all in, baby sienna. how old is sienna? three months - all in, baby sienna. how old is sienna? three months today! | all in, baby sienna. how old is. sienna? three months today! it is her first, _ sienna? three months today! it is her first, ever, _ sienna? three months today! it is her first, ever, she _ sienna? three months today! it is her first, ever, she loves i is her first, ever, she loves it. is her first, ever, she loves it come _ is her first, ever, she loves it come on. _ is her first, ever, she loves it. come on, england! i is her first, ever, she loves it. come on, england! does she know this— it. come on, england! does she know this could _ it. come on, england! does she know this could be _ it. come on, england! does she know this could be history i it. come on, england! does she know this could be history in i know this could be history in the making? it�*s know this could be history in the making?— know this could be history in the making? it's going to be, 2-0! and _ the making? it's going to be, 2-0! and sienna's _ the making? it's going to be, 2-0! and sienna's dad i the making? it's going to be, j 2-0! and sienna's dad wasn't wronu. 2-0! and sienna's dad wasn't wrong. watching _ 2-0! and sienna's dad wasn't wrong. watching from - 2-0! and sienna's dad wasn't wrong. watching from home, j wrong. watching from home, england husband ian andjim wife tanya. it england husband ian and jim wife tanya-— england husband ian and jim wife tan a. . , . wife tanya. it was a very tense match, wife tanya. it was a very tense match. a _ wife tanya. it was a very tense
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match, a hell— wife tanya. it was a very tense match, a hell of— wife tanya. it was a very tense match, a hell of a _ wife tanya. it was a very tense match, a hell of a rivalry i match, a hell of a rivalry there. we go back to 1966, i would imagine.— there. we go back to 1966, i would imagine. tanya, do you roll our would imagine. tanya, do you roll your eyes _ would imagine. tanya, do you roll your eyes when _ would imagine. tanya, do you roll your eyes when he - would imagine. tanya, do you roll your eyes when he says, i roll your eyes when he says, 66? ., ., , ., , 66? the old ones are still the best, 66? the old ones are still the best. aren't _ 66? the old ones are still the best, aren't they? _ 66? the old ones are still the best, aren't they? to - 66? the old ones are still the best, aren't they? to be i 66? the old ones are still the best, aren't they? to be fair, | best, aren't they? to be fair, ithink— best, aren't they? to be fair, i think the _ best, aren't they? to be fair, i think the better team on. as much — i think the better team on. as much as— i think the better team on. as much as it _ i think the better team on. as much as it pains me to say that — much as it pains me to say that. although i won't hear the end of— that. although i won't hear the end of this now. it�*s that. although i won't hear the end of this now.— that. although i won't hear the end of this now._ i i end of this now. it's true! i think we — end of this now. it's true! i think we need _ end of this now. it's true! i think we need to _ end of this now. it's true! i think we need to see i end of this now. it's true! i think we need to see a i end of this now. it's true! i | think we need to see a kiss end of this now. it's true! i i think we need to see a kiss and a hard to prove there is no hard feelings after tonight�*s game. hard feelings after tonight's came. �* . hard feelings after tonight's came. �* , . ., hard feelings after tonight's came. �* . . ., ., hard feelings after tonight's name. i ., ., game. it's coming home! that said, game. it's coming home! that said. im _ game. it's coming home! that said. im in — game. it's coming home! that said, i'm in the _ game. it's coming home! that said, i'm in the doghouse i said, i�*m in the doghouse tonight. said, i'm in the doghouse toniaht. . said, i'm in the doghouse tonight-— said, i'm in the doghouse toniaht. , . ., tonight. fingers crossed, ian! it's tonight. fingers crossed, ian! it's coming — tonight. fingers crossed, ian! it's coming home! _ tonight. fingers crossed, ian! it's coming home! football's. it's coming home! football's cominu it's coming home! football's coming home! _ it's coming home! football's coming home! we _ it's coming home! football's coming home! we can i it's coming home! football's coming home! we can but. it's coming home! football's i coming home! we can but stream. sienna, coming home! we can but stream. sienna. my — coming home! we can but stream. sienna, my darling, _ coming home! we can but stream. sienna, my darling, it's _ coming home! we can but stream. sienna, my darling, it's coming i sienna, my darling, it�*s coming home! jane mccubbin, bbc news.
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young and old, everybody seems to be celebrating that result, or at least, to be celebrating that result, orat least, i to be celebrating that result, or at least, i should say the england fans, of course. we will have a lot more in a moment. all the business stories are coming up next. see you soon. hello there. so far this week, it�*s northern and western areas which have seen the best of the sunshine and the highest temperatures. further east has been cloudier with outbreaks of rain. but as we move towards the end of this week, it looks like high pressure will start to build in, so it will turn sunnier across eastern areas. there�*ll still be the odd shower here and there, and then into the weekend, it looks more unsettled. for wednesday, you can see the pressure pattern — high pressure to the north and west, so largely clear with some sunshine here, but low pressure again over the near continent will affect eastern parts of the country. we�*ll start quite grey, i think, through this morning for many areas, but the sunshine will become more widespread across scotland and northern ireland, western england and wales. the odd shower here, there may be a odd heavy one. but eastern england, the southeast, again, a rather grey day with some patchy light rain or drizzle, feeling cool across north sea
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coasts with a fresh breeze here, further west with the sunshine into the low 20s celsius. it looks like it could be another grey day on wednesday for wimbledon — and then, thursday and friday, it�*ll turn sunnier and warmer with temperatures reaching the mid—20s celsius. so through wednesday night, we hold onto the cloudy skies again across the east and southeast, the odd shower here. further north and west, though, you can see clearer skies — so it�*ll be a bit cooler where we have those clear spells, single—figure values in places. for most, i think we�*re looking at 10—12 celsius. for thursday, that area of low pressure starts to pull away from the east, but still close enough to produce thicker cloud and the odd shower — again, a fairly brisk northerly breeze across eastern areas will peg temperatures back. but elsewhere, plenty of sunshine around scotland and northern ireland, the midlands, western england and wales — apart from the odd shower, most places should be dry, and again, temperatures reaching the low—20s celsius. on friday, higher pressure builds in, so it looks like we should see more sunshine around even across the south—east. and it�*ll be warm, 25—26 celsius. there could be the odd shower around, it might well be plenty dry, but emphasis will be
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on dry and sunny weather. as we head on into the weekend, though, low pressure starts to take back control, meaning we will start to see increasing amounts of showers, particularly on sunday where some of them could be really heavy and thundery. but it�*ll be a mixture of sunshine and showers both saturday and sunday, like i mentioned, with sunday seeing the heaviest of those downpours.
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