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�* choice of would be the most likely choice of the next _ would be the most likely choice of the next conservative prime minister _ the next conservative prime minister. �* , , l, the next conservative prime minister. �* , , a, the next conservative prime minister. �* , , t, t, minister. jenny, you were nodding there. minister. jenny, you were nodding there- there _ minister. jenny, you were nodding there. there have _ minister. jenny, you were nodding there. there have been _ minister. jenny, you were nodding there. there have been a - minister. jenny, you were nodding there. there have been a couple l minister. jenny, you were nodding| there. there have been a couple of stories highlighting some tensions between number ten and 11. this is nothin: between number ten and 11. this is nothing new- _ between number ten and 11. this is nothing new. this _ between number ten and 11. this is nothing new. this is _ between number ten and 11. this is nothing new. this is a _ between number ten and 11. this is nothing new. this is a briefing - nothing new. this is a briefing from number 11, nothing new. this is a briefing from number", and i think nothing new. this is a briefing from number 11, and i think it's number 11, and i think its extraordinary, the idea that this announcement of the integrated rail plan that could have been time to better, it would have been better received at a time. it's going to be badly received at any time that this £96 billion of investment couldn't have been spun as a positive has something from the north or the people who moved home to make wave for a track never built. what is beyond any doubt is in on middle of the election cycle, the government needs to make real strides to show they can make good on their manifesto promises, and at the
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moment, they'rejust manifesto promises, and at the moment, they're just teetering from one crisis to the next with no sense of leadership or direction. that's not to say they will lose the next election. they have a very big majority. the opposition isn't making much hay all over this. but all is not well in government. let's turn to our final story, a happy story. that is of kevin's in field. ,, ., field. kevin sinquefield did a remarkable _ field. kevin sinquefield did a remarkable run _ field. kevin sinquefield did a remarkable run of— field. kevin sinquefield did a remarkable run of 101 - field. kevin sinquefield did a remarkable run of 101 miles| field. kevin sinquefield did a - remarkable run of 101 miles every hour, _ remarkable run of 101 miles every hour, seven — remarkable run of 101 miles every hour, seven km with barely a wink of sleep _ hour, seven km with barely a wink of sleep for— hour, seven km with barely a wink of sleep. forthose hour, seven km with barely a wink of sleep. for those who don't know him, his team—mate, who had a motor neuron disease, has really been struggling. he looks like a man
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whose — struggling. he looks like a man whose suffering from a horrific injurx — whose suffering from a horrific injurx it — whose suffering from a horrific injury. it led for calls for him to be recognised by the queen and by the government, and knighthood is being proposed by a lot of people in yorkshire _ being proposed by a lot of people in yorkshire. after a few weeks have been _ yorkshire. after a few weeks have been bad — yorkshire. after a few weeks have been bad for yorkshire, given what's happened _ been bad for yorkshire, given what's happened with the racism allegations. this is a genuine yorkshire _ allegations. this is a genuine yorkshire sporting hero, and a lot of people — yorkshire sporting hero, and a lot of people were there to see him off and celebrate him. when he ran all the way— and celebrate him. when he ran all the way to— and celebrate him. when he ran all the way to leeds.— and celebrate him. when he ran all the way to leeds. about an hour and a half ago. — the way to leeds. about an hour and a half ago. this— the way to leeds. about an hour and a half ago, this figure _ the way to leeds. about an hour and a half ago, this figure was _ the way to leeds. about an hour and a half ago, this figure was one - a half ago, this figure was one point for 2 million, now one 5 million. he has achieved something wonderful, hasn't he? he
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million. he has achieved something wonderful, hasn't he?— million. he has achieved something wonderful, hasn't he? he really has. the finish line _ wonderful, hasn't he? he really has. the finish line moment _ wonderful, hasn't he? he really has. the finish line moment was - the finish line moment was incredibly moving, it was an extraordinary thing to see. motor neuron disease is a very cruel disease. i've lost a friend to it. i think most people do know somebody who has. it's not as rare as it should be, so this is notjust about raising money, it's about raising awareness and the spirits of people living with this condition. it's very moving. living with this condition. it's very moving-— living with this condition. it's ve movinu. , ., , very moving. just to remind people, he was only — very moving. just to remind people, he was only aiming _ very moving. just to remind people, he was only aiming to _ very moving. just to remind people, he was only aiming to raise - very moving. just to remind people, i he was only aiming to raise 100,000. that's fantastic news for those suffering with the disease and involved in the research. for now, martin and jenny, thank you very much. back again at 11:30 pm. thank you forjoining us. 11.30, i'll be with you with my guests. we got the sport coming up, and then newsday
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from singapore. for now, cheerio. good evening. this is the latest from the bbc sport centre. manchester united are through to the knockout stages of the champions league after beating spanish side villareal 2—0. it was the first game in charge for caretaker manager michael carrick, who made four changes to the side that lost at watford over the weekend — the match that saw ole gunnar solskjaer sacked. cristiano ronaldo made the breakthrough with a goal after 78 minutes before jadon sancho made sure in the final minute, with his first goal for the club. carrick, who won the champions league as a player with united in 2008, has been promoted from first team coach to look after the team until a full—time appointment is made. former barcelona coach ernesto valverde has been sounded out by the club about taking thejob on an interim basis, but the man seen as a permanent replacement for solskjaer. paris saint germain coach mauricio pochettino
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has said he's really happy in france. speaking ahead of his side's champions league game at manchester city tomorrow, the former tottenham boss said he was used to rumours in football and would not be distracted by reports that he's open to taking over at old trafford. i say to you all, my contract is 2023. you know, this is only one season more. i didn't say nothing different. and then, i am really happy in paris saint germain, this is a fact. it's not to think or to... the fact is i am happy in paris. chelsea qualified for the knockout stage, thumping juventus 4—0 in an impressive display at stamford bridge. thomas tuchel�*s side dominated the match, and trevoh chalobah put them ahead in his first start of the competition. reece james doubled chelsea's lead in the second half before a superb series
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of passes ended with callum hudson—odoi making it 3—0. deep into injury time, time werner rounded off a terrific evening for the european champions. they top the group with one game to go. chelsea defender millie bright will captain england for their upcoming world cup qualifiers, stepping into the role with steph houghton and leah williamson out injured. the lionesses face austria and latvia later this month. the match against latvia will be hosted in doncaster, where bright used to play for the doncaster belles before moving to chelsea — a fact which hasn't been lost on bright. it's crazy, especially going back to a place that's very close to my heart and somewhere where it all began for me, really. so, yeah, to go and be able to go back there and for my family to be in the crowd and just to be given that opportunity is one that i'm very proud of. the tottenham chairman, daniel levy, says the club has to improve its business in the transfer window. but spending could prove tough for new manager, antonio conte, on new players. the club has published its financial
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results for the year ending injune, and they've made pre—tax losses of £80 million as a result of the pandemic. since opening the new stadium over two years ago, the club spent almost £400 million on players, and in a statement alongside the results, levy said: the results, levy said, "player spending is no guarantee of success, "and ourfocus must be on improved recruitment, coaching, "fitness and a competitive mindset." the body set up to examine discrimination in cricket says that more than 2000 people have come forward in the past two weeks to share their experiences. the independent commission for equity in cricket launched its call for evidence from anyone connected to the sport earlier this month. the county game has seen a number of former players come forward, following azeem rafiq's testimony of the racist abuse he suffered at yorkshire. jahid ahmed has become the third former essex player to claim that he was the victim of racism at the club. he said he was bullied by a senior coach and his accent was mocked during his four years at the county. essex said they are disheartened to hear of his allegations
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and are investigating. england's netballers will host australia, new zealand and south africa in the quad—series injanuary at the copper box arena in london. it'll be an chance for preparation for england ahead of the defence of their commonwealth games title in birmingham next summer. they're ranked third in the world, behind the australians and the kiwis. each side will play four games. history will be made at snooker�*s uk championship in york tomorrow when reanne evans plays england's world number 1a barry hawkins. it will be the 12—time world women's champion's debut at the tournament. she and hong kong's ng on—yee will be the first women to play at the event in its ali—year history. i've had a few chances to compete against these girls on tv - and qualify, but it's only been hit or miss, here or there. _ to do it on a regular. basis and seeing more women in other sports, | it's just fantastic to see, and obviously, it spurs every person on, let alone just women. _ hopefully we can do it i on tv in snooker and get more people playing. earlier today, it was
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the perfect start for world number—five kyren wilson. the englishman recorded the 299th century break of his career, as he beat iran's soheil vahedi by six frames to two. and that's all the sport for now. hello there. later this week, not only is there potentialfor some more disruptive weather heading our way, but something much colder as well. wednesday starts off on a chilly note with a bit of frost in places, but some mist and dense fog patches possible across parts of england and wales — the winds have been lightet through the night. a bit more of a breeze through scotland and northern ireland to get under way, and some wet weather for the morning rush hour — this weather front here, a cold front, will bring the first run of cold air further and further southwards as we go through the next 2a hours. in the southern half of the country, a bit of a chill, temperatures not rising much — we still have light winds
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and a relatively quiet day, lots of mist and fog around. the morning rain, though, across scotland and northern ireland is replaced by sunshine and scattered showers, some heavy with hail, turning wintry in the far north of scotland, particularly on the hills. but turning wetter later on, northwest england, north and west wales as that cold front slowly makes its way southwards and eastwards. a little bit of patchy rain and drizzle to the south and east, we'll see some wetter conditions here through wednesday night. at the same time, very windy through wednesday night into thursday, and the far north of scotland seeing gusts of wind 50—60 mph — and that'll bring colder air, a very cold thursday morning commute, but a bright, crisp one for many, really good visibility, sunshine for the most part. some showers around the western and eastern coasts, but most of the showers will be in the north of scotland, where snow could even come down to sea level later, and an added wind—chill to go with what will be a cool day. and then things turn much more disturbed — through thursday into friday, particularly friday night and saturday, this area of low pressure transferring its way southwards. cold air wrapped around it, which means a greater chance of things turning to snow for some, but it's the winds which could be the key feature. even on friday, the winds really
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starting to pick up — outbreaks of rain initially pushing southwards and eastwards, but the showers that follow in its wake will turn increasingly wintry — over the hills for many, but even to lower levels in the lower half of scotland, and it will be a cold day. but through friday night into saturday, as our low pressure transfers its way southwards, we could see gales, if not severe gales develop along that weather system, working its way south and, as i said, there could be a bit of snow mixed in, too. and that will take us into saturday, as well. now those strong winds could be a problem in some parts, we could see damaging gusts of wind, some travel disruption around to take us into the weekend. even if you don't see those damaging winds — widespread gales and, as i said, that risk of rain and snow, too. see you soon.
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welcome to newsday. reporting live from singapore, i'm karishma vaswani. the headlines... as a humanitarian crisis is unfolding in afghanistan and younger generations worry for theirfuture. we have a special report on the first 100 days since the taliban took over the country. translation: what is the point of livin: with translation: what is the point of living with no _ translation: what is the point of living with no food _ translation: what is the point of living with no food and _ translation: what is the point of living with no food and no - translation: what is the point of living with no food and no water? l translation: what is the point of. living with no food and no water? my landlord tells me if i can pay, i can pay. if not, i will leave. we've just been abandoned. the us taps into its oil reserves to try and bring down fuel prices. it's a move coordinated with five other countries including china. coronavirus infections continue to spiral in europe. northern ireland introduces tighter restrictions,

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