and windy weather is moving away overnight, a few showers coming and going, more showers coming back into southern parts of england and wales, milder overnight, clearer skies in north—eastern scotland with temperatures dipping waiter for five degrees. more showers to come during monday, once we see the back of those many eastern areas will be dry with the best of the sunshine, shower is more likely towards the west, the wind is not as strong on monday and temperatures for many the same as we had today. except for wales in the south—west where icy will be cooler because cloud increases by the end of the icy will turn wet as well. an area of low pressure bringing his rain as we head into tuesday, strengthening the winds and pushing the ring toward scotland and staying right across many northern parts of england and wales, turning brighter toward southern england, dry in northern ireland, a cold day with the wind and rain.
hello again, you are watching bbc news with me, ben brown. further tax rises are not ruled out by borisjohnson, but he insists britain won't rely on immigration to boost the numbers of truck drivers to deal with the fuel crisis. one in five petrol forecourts is still dry in london and the south east, according to the petrol retailers association, but it says the "crisis is virtually at an end in scotland, the north and midlands." the pandora papers — a massive leak of documents reveals the secret offshore dealings of prominent world leaders. at least eight peoople have been killed in an explosion outside a mosque in kabul, in the first major blast since the withdrawal of international troops. two new streams of lava erupt from the la palma volcano, as activity intensifies. and in the run—up to the climate conference in glasgow, a special
programme to make sense of the challenges facing our planet, that is coming up in 15 minutes here on bbc news. now on bbc news, it's time for sportsday. hello and welcome to sportsday, i'm gavin ramjaun. i wonder goalfrom salah is not enough to beat manchester city at anfield. leicester are haunted by their former player, who scores the equaliser for crystal palace as their comeback. and nearly 40,000 are back on the streets for the london marathon, as crowds return to the mass event for the first time in two years.
in and thanks forjoining us. a stunning second—half at where liverpool and manchester city shared four goals. city pegged their rivals back, it finished 2—2, as austin hill—wood reports. the first weekend of october, the days are getting shorter, the layers getting thicker, and already this felt like a crucial game in deciding the title. the current holders came to merseyside with their mind set on three points. a brilliant run from bernardo silva playing in phil foden, allison up to the task. the best chance they the half fell to kevin de bruyne, a free header straight over the bar, a let off for liverpool. but their early season form has been enough to convince plenty of their title credentials.
after the break, they finally clicked into gear, and with a forward line like this one, they don't need many chances, sadio mane with the opener, city left thinking what should have been. but they did not have to think about it for long, because when delnext phil foden got his next chance, he made sure of that one. city deservedly level, but often the best of players produced the biggest of moments, and they don't come much better than mo salah, the best of runs complemented by the neatest of finishes. but city had a good player of the own, and kevin de bruyne did not let them down. what a game and what a title rice it looks like we are going to have. crystal palace must have thought they were down and out, after going 2—0 down to leicester at half time, in one of the earlier afternoon games. but an inspired fightback saw them level the match — a former foxes player spoiling their celebrations. drew savage reports.
crystal palace have turned over something of a new leaf under patrick viera. more expansive football, something for fans of all ages to enjoy. they began well against what they did not find a way past kasper schmeichel, something that his side might come to regret. killerjoe iheanacho 1025 today and gratefully accepted this present from anderson. six minutes later, harvey barnes�* pass eluded anderson, and jamie vardy made a 2—0 to leicester. they usually win premier league games after taking the lead, but vieira had turned to youth, the 19—year—old sub pulled one back in style, and if that was a quick impact, how about this? jeffrey schlupp had been on the pitch for 48 seconds when he drew crystal palace
level. 2—2 was how it stayed, still unbeaten at home. yes, iam yes, i am disappointed, yes, iam disappointed, because yes, i am disappointed, because i think we created enough chances even at the end to win the game. going 2-0 at the end to win the game. going 2—0 down at half—time was really harsh on us, and we created enough chances and did not take them, and the other side created half chances and they scored. tottenham picked up a much needed victory at home to aston villa. they�*d lost the last three in the league coming into this one. spurs midfielder pierre—emile hoijbjerg opened up the scoring, midway through the first half. 0llie watkins grabbed an equaliser for villa with 20 minutes to go. the teams were level for less than five minutes, though, as matt targett was off target, scoring an own goal, which proved to be the difference. there were more goals in this game, and the chances that we had really
killed the game, but at the end it is about being resilient, and not conceding any chances to aston villa, and the fans giving us the support, that was huge, that is very important. and there was drama at the london stadium, as west ham thought they�*d scrambled a point against brentford, who�*d taken an early lead. but deep into injury time, yoane wissa, who got a late equaliser against liverpool eight days ago, drove in a powerful shot with virtually the last kick of the game. 2—1 to brentford, and their strong start to the season goes on. fantastic feeling, standing here with three very good points, away from _ with three very good points, away from home — with three very good points, away from home again, another solid performance, especially first half. second _ performance, especially first half. second half, west ham were better, they showed why they are a very good side. in the scottish premiership, rangers have gone top of the table after coming from behind to beat ten—man hibs 2—1 at ibrox,
alfredo morelos with the winner. celtic earned their first away win in the league since february after a late 2—1 victory over aberdeen at pittodrie. the visitors took the lead early in the first half, but aberdeen gave themselves a chance after lewis ferguson equalised with that header after the break. butjust six minutes from time, jota got the winnerfrom close range to put celtic six points behind their glasgow rivals. in the women�*s super league this afternoon, manchester city�*s poor start to the season continued as they lost at home to west ham 2—0. there were away wins too for everton, 3—0 over reading, and tottenham�*s women who continued their 100% record with a 2—0 victory at leicester. let�*s round up some of the day�*s other sport away from the football now. there was a huge shock in the prix de l�*arc de triomphe, as the 80/1 shot torquator tasso claimed victory. with all eyes on the favourites, the german horse, ridden byjockey rene piechulek, made a late charge on the outside to claim the upset in the 100th edition of the race at paris longchamp. the winner of the derby, adeyar,
could only finish fourth. danny willett won the alfred dunhill links championship at st andrews. the former masters champion shot a final—round 68 to finish on 18 under par, two shots clear of fellow englishman tyrell hatton. and britain�*s cameron norrie is into the final of the san diego 0pen later, after he beat the top seed, andrey rublev. norrie recovered from losing the first set to take the next two forjust his second career win over a top—five player. norrie, who is currently the world number 28, will now face another big challenge, playing second seed casper ruud of norway for the title. for the first time since april 2019, thousands of runners took to the streets for the london marathon. there were 36,000 taking part, but the first to cross the finish line in the women�*s race was kenya�*sjoycilinejepkosgei, while there was a surprise winner in the men�*s marathon. joe wilson reports. the mass start of the london
marathon. it was back. the london marathon. it was back. the london marathon finally _ marathon. it was back. the london marathon finally under _ marathon. it was back. the london marathon finally under way. - over 36,000 began, a little down on recent years, but a great street—filling expression of normal. our annual view returned of everyday people taking on the extraordinary. of course, there are those who make the distance appears simple. marcel hug of switzerland out on his own in the men�*s wheelchair race, winning in a course—record time. but now have a look at this sprint finish. that�*s david weir in the grey helmet, taking third place in yet another london marathon, looking as committed as ever — although retirement, he admitted, had been on his mind. it is my 22nd in a row, i don�*t know how many more i will do. it must be a record for me to keep on going. manuela schar, the other swiss star, was a clear winner, breaking her own course record. the weather was kind — cool, dry and still. for all the elite, that meant quick.
joycilinejepkosgei of kenya shook off her rivals at two hours and kept going to finish in her personal best time, sub 2:18. the men�*s race teased world record pace for a while — not quite. ethiopian�*s sisay lemma�*s winning time was two hours, four minutes and a second. not bad at all. the elite races are only part of the story. tens of thousands were doing the virtual london marathon in their own space and time. 0n the official course, well, many were going the distance in their own way. time is an abstract concept, just get there when you can, and if the last few steps seem almost impossible, there is someone to help you, even to carry you. now, what is that toddlers�* record?
exeter got their first win of the season in rugby union�*s premiership against 14—man sale. sale were 10—0 up after ten minutes, but had rohanjanse van rensburg sent off for a high tackle. henry slade scored two tries as he recorded 20 points in total. the 25—14 win moves exeter up to ninth place in the premiership table, while sale drop to sixth. leinster rose to third in the united rugby championship with a narrow victory over a dogged dragons team in newport. leinster led 7—0 at half—time, thanks to a max deegan try and ross byrne conversion. dragons narrowed the deficit to a point but couldn�*t overhaul their irish opponents.
sonny colbrelli battled his way through the rain and mud if and conquered the cobbles of northern france to win the men�*s paris—roubaix cycle race. it�*s nicknamed the hell of the north, and you can see why. gianni moscon was leading the race when this happened. and although he got back on his bike, he was overtaken by a three—man group including race favourite mathieu van der pole. but colbrelli came out on top in a very tired sprint finish in the roubaix velodrome — the first italian winner this century and a very emotional one. all the scenes at the paris—roubaix, fair play to everyone who completed that — as fair play to everyone who completed that - . , . , fair play to everyone who completed that - . , ., , ., ., ., that - as well as the marathon! -- horrible scenes. _
that - as well as the marathon! -- horrible scenes. plenty _ that - as well as the marathon! -- horrible scenes. plenty more - that - as well as the marathon! -- horrible scenes. plenty more on i that - as well as the marathon! -- l horrible scenes. plenty more on the website, including the reaction to the match from liverpool, where it was 2—2. next on the bbc news channel, justin rowlatt continues our countdown to cop26. hello, i am justin rowlatt, the bbc�*s new climate editor, and this is countdown to the cop26 global climate summit. a series of programmes from around the world, looking at the issues and challenges of climate change, as nations prepare to gather in glasgow this november to discuss solutions to this global emergency. and i am currently 120km of england�*s yorkshire coast in the north sea, in the middle
of the world�*s biggest offshore wind farm, hornsea 1. just a single rotation of one of these turbines can power the average uk home for an entire day. as i�*ve been finding out. it�*s all part of the uk�*s aim for a sustainable energy revolution. it�*s actually much smoother than it looks. if you thought your commute to work was rough going, check this out. we are with a team trying to get out to service a wind turbine. so the north sea is famous for its savage weather. but that�*s why they have put the wind turbines out here, because this is where the wind is. but of course, it means they are very hard, whoa, to maintain. the swell is up to