is environmentalists welcome this is the first step in banning diesel from the streets of london altogether. this action is long overdue. the government has lost two consecutive court cases demanding that they take more action. we now know that diesel pollution causes the vast majority of watering pollution. we need to take action. if the trial is a success, westminster council will roll it out gci’oss westminster council will roll it out across the rest of the city, with other boroughs likely to follow. it hopes that it will make the capital healthier place. time for the weather. it has turned a lot milder in lots of parts of the country but not everywhere. we have got sunshine in the forecast but also rain. in the short term, showers across western
and northern areas, a bit of ics, in northern ireland and scotland and a bit of snow falling. these temperatures pretty low across the north and further south it is frost free. this is in advance of a weather front that will be bringing the soggy weather across many southern and central areas of the uk. it looks like northern ireland will get that wet weather. the far north of the country will get sunshine but it will be chilly. 6 degrees in newcastle but in the south it will come and go. i don't think it is a complete wash—out. as far as the weaker head is concerned, a bit of rain and sunshine and a mixed bag. —— the week ahead. hello this is bbc news, the headlines at 631. president trump's
decision to close the borders to a number of nations, has met with opposition including from iran, human rights groups have begun legal action to challenge the order. the prime minister has signed a deal to develop turkish fighter jets prime minister has signed a deal to develop turkish fighterjets which is worth more than £100 million. the announcement came amid trade talks. this is more than a trade deal, it is part of a deep defence partnership that will contribute to oui’ partnership that will contribute to our overall security. stars, have pay tribute to the axisjohn hurt who died at the age of 77. time to ci’oss who died at the age of 77. time to cross to this bbc sports centre for sports day. hello and welcome to sportsday withjess crighton and me lizzie greenwood—hughes. .. the headlines this evening... liverpool are knocked out of their second cup
competition in a week... this time by wolves in the 11th round of the fa cup. non—league lincoln's cup dream continues... as they put out the championship high fliers brighton... and it's ‘game, set and a record breaking 23rd grand slam title for serena williams... also coming—up in the programme... a tragic day at cheltenham — as the 2015 grand national winner — many clouds — dies after beating thislecrack to win the big race. lots of sport to get to, and we start with the fa cup. and we're starting with the fa cup... it's the 11th round weekend and qiute a few upsets to tell you about...
including more misery for liverpool at anfield. .. they've been knocked—out by the championship side wolves — who took the lead within a minute and went—on to win 2—1... inflicting liverpool's third home defeat in the space of a week. jim lumsden watched the action. january is the cruellest month and few would argue at anfield the only win second attempt over plymouth and a league cup semifinal defeat to southampton so nine changes made. those laundering at the bar would have missed the first goal. those laundering at the bar would have missed the first goalm they'd had dreams last night they could not have dreamt of something quite that dramatic that early. clocks changed. wolves threatened to run wild and costa threatened. against southampton and plymouth, liverpool had dominated possession in the same was true against wolves, too little avail. all left them to make a bad and they had a chance. ——
to make hay. it is too, this is unbelievable. the first half without a shot on target. hugh coutinho, it took an hour to get that far. the championships team had absorbed all stock deal they have got one back through due book originally. but they were to be no more goals as wolves, pulled off one of the shocks of the season, the miserable month goes from bad to worse, kicked out ofa goes from bad to worse, kicked out of a major cup competition, a second one infour of a major cup competition, a second one in four days. you can imagine we think a lot before the game and then when you see the start, because of our problems it all starts again. you have the ball, leave it away, foul, free kick. it is an open situation and set piece. we could have defended better. i could look for excuses, but i don't want, we should
use this time to be disappointed and frustrated and angry, to make it better next time because that is obviously the target. brew i have dreamt all week of winning, iam brew i have dreamt all week of winning, i am a massive full and, they lot of friends and family. playing against top—class players, to stop them is a fantastic result. your manager to stop them is a fantastic result. youi’ manager was to stop them is a fantastic result. your manager was saying that you left everything on the pitch? we had to, we knew how good liverpool half. we knew what we had to do, we had a game plan, we counted really well. so it was one of those games where we needed to come on top. well the game at anfield was just the start of the drama in the fa cup today. non—league lincoln city have become just the eighth side to reach the fifth round of the competition in it's current format after they beat championship leaders brighton 3—1. league two wycombe wanderers also came very close to a big upset at tottenham before
eventually losing 4—3. patrick gearey reports. in the roman city of lincoln you can see the oldest of club competitions in its primary colours, a non—league side facing one surely heading towards the premier league. to find fortune must sometimes rely on others misfortune. he lost his bearings comprehensively. this is permitted territory for a man on loa n permitted territory for a man on loan at chelsea. they couldn't believe their luck but they didn't rely on that alone, a mixed adrenaline with a cool head theo robinson. and lincoln city for the first time in 115 years, are surely through now to the last 16 in the fa cup. a modern legend for an ancient city. lead to wycombe wanderers had never been to tottenham before, so the magic out things worth did some sightseeing but he can't possibly have envisaged what happened next.
paul ainsworth smashed his side ahead then put them cost up. then this penalty squeeze them back to 2—2. spurs weren't done but incredibly neither we re weren't done but incredibly neither were wycombe. 36—year—old garry thompson fancied becoming a folk hero. it is headed in by the substitute garry thompson, whitcomb are back ahead again! ecstasy into anxiety, tottenham now had dele alli on the pitch, and he so often changes games, and he changed this, but in stoppage time, no need for a replay. the wanderers left wondering. a day for oxford, but they didn't hide from the light of newcastle, they thoroughly outclassed the side, 3—0 it
finished, a lesson for whoever they face, you need to be bright if you go to oxford. here's a quick rundown of some of today's other cup matches now and in the all premier league tie at selhurst park manchester city came out on top against crystal palace. they won 3—0 in south london, yaya toure's free—kick adding to earlier goals from raheem sterling and leroy sane. the result means sam allardyce has just one win in eight since taking over as palace manager. it is the same old story, you can't keep conceding goals, certainly the first two goals are preventable. that is my big task, stopping the players from playing like they play but giving the opposition goals in times in the game, when there is nothing between the teams and valleys when they have two stop suddenly. premier league leaders chelsea are safely through to the last 16... beating brentford 4—0 at stamford bridge... branislav ivanovic got the pick of their goals. the defender is linked with a move away from chelsea
before the transfer window shuts on tuesday. blackburn are also into the fifth round after beating blackpool 2—0. sam gallagher grabbed blackburn's first of the game before elliott bennett scored the second with this long range effort. in the late kick off it's been all about arsenal who are leading southampton. danny welbeck opened the scoring on the court of an hour mark with a cool the court of an hour mark with a cool, quite classy finish. then seven minutes later, danny welbeck made it 2—0. his finish is not as good but he's passes top—class. and welbeck helped out his team—mate for the third a few minutes before half—time. arsene wenger was watching from the stands. he starts his four—game touchline ban. pretty much up to date with all of the action in the fa cup. just three matches we
haven't told you about. burnley beat championship bristol city to progress to round five. middlesbrough will be joining them after a one—nil win over accrington stanley. championship side huddersfield town were comfortable a—nil winners at rochdale. burton albion have given nigel clough permission to speak to nottingham forest about the vacant managerial position at the club. clough‘s father brian of course enjoyed enormous success at the city ground. burton were involved in one of the five matches in the championship this afternoon, enjoying a 2—1win at queens park rangers. norwich city beat birmingham two—nil. preston drew one—all with ipswich. reading are up to third after a 2—1 win over cardiff city while barnsley were one—nil winners at south yorkshire neighbours rotherham united. rangers claimed their second win over motherwell in a week to move back to second place in the premiership. both sides had a man sent off early on at fir park. the first dismissal came after just five minutes, when the visitors michael 0'halloran caught carl mchugh high on his thigh.
the hosts also went down to ten men before kenny miller scored his third goal within a week against well to break the deadlock. mark warburton's side wrapped up the points thanks to a late goalfrom emerson hyndman. there were three other games today in the scottish premiership. it was goalless between inverness caledinian thistle and partick thistle. kilmarnock beat ross county 3—2 while saintjohnstone scored three without reply against hamilton academical. now today's jump—racing at cheltenham was billed as a mini version of the famous march festival — with some of the sports' biggest names on the race card.... but the day ended in tragedy when ‘many clouds‘ who'd surprised everyone byjust beating favourite thistlecrack in the big race — the cotswold chase — then collapsed and died shortly after crossing the finish line.
many clouds won the same race back in 2015 before going—on to win the grand national. 0ur horse racing correspondent cornelius lysaght was at the course... it is too early to say what the cause of death was, we will have two way for postmortem tests on him. probably a suspected heart attack or some kind of haemorrhage is the reason. this horse when he won the grand national did undergo re—examination afterwards, he did come back to the winners enclosure. he had be given oxygen but he recovered quickly and he has been a winner since then and as far as they we re winner since then and as far as they were concerned he was in prime condition to take on thistlecrack and the others and to end up in that closely fought battle through the very closing stages and too narrowly beat this will crack. we await the results of the postmortem. serena williams has broken the record for grand slam victories, in the modern era, after winning the australian open, to give her, a 23rd title. it was the first final, between her and her sister venus williams for nearly a decade. tim hague reports. venus and serena williams, bringing
true meaning to the terms sibling rivalry in 23 years. this was a throwback final to two women who know each other inside out and that was clearly the case in the first set with five breaks of serve and while venus williams in her purse grand slam final for eight years was a lwa ys grand slam final for eight years was always chasing her little sister, she gave as good as she got but her problem despite serena with a slight mishap found a bit of extra when it mattered most. the fifth of those five breaks going her way, one set ahead. and the second was equally close, venus williams edging ahead, only false arena williams to match her with some brawn and some brilliance. both of those evident for the crucial break. what a winner that was, it will allow serena williams to serve for the match which she achieved. vary tears, it
is the open era record, she moves on to 23 grand slam singles titles.|j ready would like to take this moment to congratulate venus williams, she is an amazing person. there is no way that i would be a 23 without her and there is no way that i would be at one without her or have anything, she is my inspiration and she's the only reason i'm standing here today and that the williams sisters exist, so and that the williams sisters exist, so thank you elis williams. -- venus williams. sibling rivalry, most are in need, sibling love. even more. it isa it is a good number, i know she would like to have a little more, who wouldn't? it was a great moment, iam very who wouldn't? it was a great moment, i am very happy that she was able to get to number 23 because there is 22 ahead of fat that she also earned.
she earned it. leicester tigers responded to last week's humiliating defeat at the hands of glasgow warriors by beating northampton saints enough to stop tigers beating their east midlands rivals 27—20 at welford road. there were also wins for harlequins, 0spreys and exeter. england will play scotland in the quarter—finals of the rugby 75 in wellington. england beat papua new guinea, argentina and kenya to go through, 0liver lindsay—hague among the try scorers for england. scotland won two of their three pool games. wales also made it in the quarter—finals — they'll take on papua new guinea. wigan st patricks are into the draw for the second round of rugby league's challenge cup, after beating leigh miners. with just five minutes left on the clock mike scriven burst through a hole in the miners defence, setting up phillip mitchell
to go over for the deciding score. james ratcliffe's conversion secured bragging rights for pats over their local rivals, winning16—12. england's netballers have got their quad series tournament off to a winning start, after narrowly beating south africa 60—55 in extra time. after a slow start, england impressed in the second quarter to lead by 10 points at half—time. but south africa fought back to level the scores to 48—118 at full time. it went to extra—time, and england's red roses thwarted the south africa attack, and pulled away. they next play world cup runners up new zealand on thursday. england's nathan kimsey carded a 66 to take an early lead on day three of the qatar masters. kimsey started the day four shots off the lead, but an impressive seven birdies saw him move to 10—under. 0nly south korea's wang managed to beat his effort, carding a 65 to take the overall lead on 15—under. kimsey sits tied for fifth with one round remaining.
the former england bowler tim bresnan has helped perth scorchers to victory in the big bash final. they beat the sydney sixers by 9 wickets at the waca. sydney batted first and bresnan claimed 3 wickets for a0 runs, as the sixers finished on 141—9 from their 20 overs. perth also featured former england batsman ian bel, but it was his team—mate michael klinger who hit the winning six, as the scorchers cruised to victory. they pick up the big bash trophy for the third time. dame sarah storey says she is unlikely to race at the para—track world championships in march. the event in los angeles has no bearing on paralympic qualification, as storey eyes a place at the toyko games in 2020. storey, who won bronze in the able—bodied team pursuit at the national track championships in manchester today, says she will complete a lighter schedule this year. ididn't
i didn't have any plans to race internationally, abroad, i need to recharge the legs and the bank account, and i'm in my eighth cycle asa account, and i'm in my eighth cycle as a paralympian so i need to preserve what happens at the end of that cycle. it is not uncommon for the bigger names in the sport to ta ke the bigger names in the sport to take a back—seat for a year or so just to make sure that they are fully firing when it comes to those bigger qualifying offence. usain bolt says he's disappointed to lose his 2008 olympic gold medal, because of a failed retrospective drugs test, by team—mate nesta carter. but the jamaican says he holds no grudges. i wasn't pleased, no one is to lose the medal. it is one of those things that happens. what can i say. do you think that will affect your legacy? personally i don't think it should, i have worked hard over the years and shown my dominance. losing one shouldn't be a problem. i have done
individual events, so, really, what cani individual events, so, really, what can i say. what are your feelings knowing carter, what would you say to him now? i haven't seen him now, i hope not blaming himself too much, it is one of those things that happens i guess. i will wait and see what happens. carl frampton is getting ready for his second showdown against leo santa cruz — keen to prove his first victory over the mexican wasn't a fluke. the northern irish boxer will fight santa cruz tomorrow night in las vegas, hoping to retain his wba world featherweight title. thomas kane is following the build—up in america's gambling capital. las vegas is the gambling capital of the world and while the stakes are high, ka frampton believes it is not too big a risk to face the three weight champion, santa cruz in a
rematch. he wants to go all in with the rest of his career with potentially huge contests on the cards, it is the biggest payday and challenge so far as he aims to become the king of vegas.|j challenge so far as he aims to become the king of vegas. i can't wait to keep going, this is the top of the boxing world, not too many people from the uk and ireland get to do that and not too many featherweights. i think that we both ina very featherweights. i think that we both in a very lucky position to do what we are doing. do you feel are within touching distance? yes it is a big deal, it really is. i do like words like that, like superstar. in terms of being a boxer, i am very good, we are doing ourthing, of being a boxer, i am very good, we are doing our thing, i don't think there is another fighter in the world who has the fan base like this. family had any at all to interact with fans? i have done a little bit, i had been walking
around and shaking hands, there are more and more people coming. at this point, iam more and more people coming. at this point, i am trying my best, but i have the doing a little bit and i will do more stuff with the fans after this week. he is like a wee brother to me, after this week. he is like a wee brotherto me, i'm after this week. he is like a wee brother to me, i'm so proud to see his name, we have come to vegas a few times but we have always said that we would love to see carl frampton box here. we were in a taxi, we were driving in and he is on the buses and the billboards. you just can't believe what he has achieved, it is brilliant. they really have done him a massive favour, the boys, the section where they are him, is going to have a big impact. his confidence, his weight, he is saying all of the right things. it is going to be another
barnstormer, i think carl frampton is in no real danger of losing this. yazidis in his blood, he is calm and under pressure, the more pressure, the kalmadi gets. i believe that he wins and! the kalmadi gets. i believe that he wins and i believe it will be another blockbuster fight. it will be so exciting. so far in his professional career he has had 23 fights and 23 wins. but victory number 2a, on the biggest stage of all would propel him to another level within the sport. we said that fight is tomorrow, technically it is tomorrow, 4am tomorrow morning. more than five thousand runners from 42 countries are bracing themselves for the pain and fear they'll experience in last—ever tough guy challenge this weekend. it started 30 years ago,
and has led to hundreds of other extreme obstacle races being established across the uk and around the world. mike bushell has been to wolverhampton to be put through his paces. it's the end of an era, on a farm in the west midlands. where for decades people from around the world have come together, why? to share the ultimate pain. pushing the bodies of eight miles to the extreme. but after this weekend, there will be no more tough guy. it has been a huge pa rt more tough guy. it has been a huge part of my life was short, it has changed my life. it is a huge part of my life that was ceased to be. hundreds of thousands of people have attempted this tough guy challenge over the last 30 years. but for those doing it this sunday, they will be the last ever will stop
behind it all, the man known as mr mouse. a former soldier who 30 years ago wanted to add more of a challenge to fun runs and so reinvented the obstacle course. this miles compare to the electric shocks. i decided to put people through something, fear, pain, gloucester phobia, all of the terrible things. and they come through and they say thank you.|j cried through and they say thank you.” cried i was so unhappy, and you get this medal, but around your neck and there is nothing else like it. and as mr mouse now brings the curtain down on his world—famous event, with a movie as to why people today are
willing to experience such pain and suffering. lead you can come back with a fight club like scar and a story with what you did. you jumped through fire. what did you do? mr mouse's fitness aspect is massive, a lot of staff has exploded around mr tough guy. to mark the final tough quy: tough guy. to mark the final tough guy, they will be joined tough guy. to mark the final tough guy, they will bejoined by tough guy. to mark the final tough guy, they will be joined by the start of the warhorse film. and thanks to what started here, obstacle racing is now one of the fastest growing sports in the world. the end of an error, just time to give you an update. southampton were winning 3—0 at half—time and they are still winning around 25 minutes to go. southampton with it all to do, we will be back with more of it,
on sports day at 730. goodbye. it certainly hasn't turned milder everywhere a cross it certainly hasn't turned milder everywhere across the uk, in glasgow a bit of sleet recently. tomorrow, a mixed bag, the south of the uk southern half of the country will be shrouded with cloud. this weather front with some rain. northern areas will be getting some sunshine. let us see will be getting some sunshine. let us see what happens when course of this evening. it will still be quite chilly tonight particularly across the north, with showers around and the north, with showers around and the chance of a bit of ice in northern ireland and northern england, quite frosty. towns and cities just above freezing but in rural spots for sure, frosty as far south as maybe the north midlands but down south it looks as though temperatures will be around for five and this is the weather front. it marches into south—western areas,
wales and eventually northern ireland and by the time we get to the middle of the afternoon, this is what it looks like. mild and damp if not wet. the heaviest of the rainfall, will fall across southern and central parts of wales, across the hills. and the south of northern ireland will get a bit of rain. and the north—east of england, central scotland, great day here, some sunshine. still chilly, temperatures only around 4 degrees, struggling, we have the remnants of that cold air sitting across northern areas. this weather front never makes it across the north, it turns frosty tomorrow night whereas in the south it stays dampest not wet. the week ahead will be a mixed bag, we will get rain and clear blue skies. however, monday, two look grey and gloomy, look at all of fat greyness across the uk. dampness and bits on pieces of rain and it goes downhill across the north. and eventually that milder air marches into
scotland, eight in glasgow, 12 in plymouth by the time we get to monday afternoon. come tuesday could be heavy rain across some of these western areas of the uk, it should be just about tribe at double figures even as far north as northern parts of the uk, stornaway in11 northern parts of the uk, stornaway in 11 degrees, glasgow around ten, wednesday morning, wednesday at least from lunchtime onwards can probably the best day of the week across the uk with some sunny spells on the way. this is bbc news. the headlines:
lawyers challenge donald trump's order restricting entry to the united states for travellers from seven mainly muslim countries, as iran says it will ban americans in retaliation. the president himself is holding a dealfor the cause the president himself is holding a deal for the cause with other world leaders, including president putin. the prime minister says the uk will enhance trade relations with turkey, as a £100 million deal to develop fighterjets is signed in ankara. this is more than a trade deal. it is the start of a deep defence partnership that will contribute to our overall security. also this hour, a call to ban lorry drivers from using sat—navs meant for cars. it's after scenes like these where vehicles got stuck in narrow roads and wedged under low bridges.