lots of the security problems can be solved or at least decreased. i do think there will be more rivalry but there will also be more opportunities. artificial intelligence and many high—tech areas that need the cooperation between china and the united states. i do not agree with you. if we look back to history, we will see that a lot of wars have originated from economic conflicts. china's history has seen many great powers rise and fall. and it builds its us strategy brick by careful brick. president trump's visit is an important moment for china. the host will do nothing to antagonise his guest, but he has less reason than any recent chinese leader to bow to american demands. president xi believes the united states is in steep decline and china is rising, in a power game to define our century. carrie gracie, bbc news, on the great wall of china.
in the dense forests of indonesia, a new species of great ape has been discovered by a team of international scientists. it's the tapanuli orang—utan, and there are just 800 of them, which makes them the most endangered great ape in the world. our science reporter victoria gill has the story. the remote mountain forests of sumatra are home to some of our closest ape relatives. and a small population here, first discovered just 20 years ago, has been hiding a scientific secret. this is the tapanuli orangutan, a species new to science. until now, it was thought that there were just two distinct species of orangutan, sumatran and bornean, like this big male here. but this new study shows that there are actually three — a tiny population has been hidden away and isolated by hundreds of thousands of years of evolution. early dna analysis suggested these animals were peculiar compared to the other sumatran apes.
so, scientists embarked on a detailed study examining what they ate, and their unique calls. years of painstaking genetic comparisons enabled scientists to reconstruct the animals‘ evolutionary history. the final piece of the puzzle, though, was tiny but consistent differences between the sumatran and this, the tapanuli orangutan‘s skull. it's an amazing breakthrough, i think. there's only seven, if we exclude ourselves, great ape species. so, adding one to that very small list is spectacular. withjust 800 known individuals, this species will go straight onto the critically endangered list. logging, mining and plans for a hydroelectric damn already pose a threat to its habitat. the hope is that adding this ape to the biology textbooks will help to ensure its survival.
victoria gill, bbc news. newsnight is coming up on bbc two. here is kirsty. denied, fresh allegations of sexual harassment by members of parliament. does this haila members of parliament. does this hail a crisis for the prime minister and the leader of the opposition? join me now on bbc news. here on bbc one, it's time for the news where you are. good evening. the headlines tonight. everton out of the europa league and whether it could go david unsworth‘s hopes of getting the manager was my job on a full—time basis. arsenal are through to the next stages after playing out a goalless draw against red star belgrade and the forgotten great of cycling. her first tv interview since her gender change. if you could make the choice, would
you have transitioned before? yes. and i wouldn't have been a cyclist. good evening. not the best of nights at everton and any hopes david u nsworth at everton and any hopes david unsworth had of getting the manager was myjob on a full—time basis may have gone with his team was back exit the europa league. it hinges on his next two matches and they lost the first. everywhere everton goal questions, least of all that the manager. his practical assessment is underway and is much changed everton avoided conceding in the first half but there were problems. this defender left in a neck brace. romelu lukaku
took his goals to manchester united in the summerand took his goals to manchester united in the summer and this was the latest what f. it only took a few touches for this. they are third in the french league and soon overwhelmed everton. by then it was clear everton were heading out. this second yellow card meant morgan schneiderlin's exit was slightly early. the season was only getting worse. the former manchester united man depuy made it three and the questions fired everton grew tougher. arsenal playing in the europa league this season have qualified for the stages. they were held to a goalless draw by red star belgrade. the goalkeeper to thank for keeping them in in the first half. the point is enough to secure a spot in the last 32.
the former manchester united defender patrice evra was sent off for appealing to get our fan defender patrice evra was sent off for appealing to get ourfan in marseille's warm up. the defender approach the section of supporters before the "underweight before appealing to kick one spectator who stood behind the advertising hoardings. he was red carded before the game began. marseille started the game began. marseille started the game began. marseille started the game with 11 players. following the game with 11 players. following the recent success of england's youth teams, perhaps unsurprising gareth southgate has gone for a youth and his senior squad calling up youth and his senior squad calling up the uncapped players for the friendlies, this month. the swansea striker abraham is included. despite only ten top—flight appearances he is currently on loan from chelsea as is currently on loan from chelsea as is ruben loftus—cheek, currently with crystal palace. there's a new face in defence as well with the inclusion of liverpool defenderjoe
gomez. i talked after the last games about how we needed to qualify. we ke pt about how we needed to qualify. we kept the squad together to do that and one of the keys was how do we have all the team and then improve performances between now and summer. we want a bit of experimentation in that. these are two brilliant games to have a look at people because if they can go in and perform at this level we will know a lot more about them. new fixtures for the 2019 rugby world cup announced today. wales starting against georgia while scotla nd wales starting against georgia while scotland kick—off against ireland. england opening against tonga.|j think it's a great start for us. you have to when the games anyway but to play tonga and the usa at the start and france and argentina at the end is great for us. we are playing in some great cities, a real variety in
the cities we play. great for the players and the fans. and finally tonight, roger miller was the tour de france rider from tonight, roger miller was the tour de france riderfrom glasgow who took on the world's best when the famous king of the mountainsjersey backin famous king of the mountainsjersey back in 1984. but after his cycling career ended he disappeared from public life for almost two decades amidst rumours of a gender change. injuly this year a statement was released confirming new identity of philippi york. we have been to meet her and get the first tv interview. on his way to becoming king of the mountains but miller was keen to be private knowing through his 20s that he was unhappy being a man. he began his transition at the start of the millennium but fell apart has never been seen on camera until now. —— philippa. she agreed to meet me on
her return to her home city of glasgow to reconnect with her past. amongst the people she will be meeting as the courts, mental and father figure who meeting as the courts, mental and fatherfigure who guided meeting as the courts, mental and father figure who guided young robert's career. after i spoke to you and you said she was coming i was quite touched. are you looking forward to meeting? we go back a long time. a long time. great to see you. you look great. who would have thought the skinny kid from charlatans would be the first british rider to win the polka—dot jersey in the tour de france. my best boy coming back... my best girl! from the past to the present
and the first visit to the home of scottish cycling. great to meet you. what a hero you are, welcome to the velodrome. it was the national track championships and you walked past and you said, well done, champ, and i'd just won my first ever national title. so i was nice to you? i rememberthinking, oh my title. so i was nice to you? i remember thinking, oh my god, you know who i am! if you had to make the choice again, if you could make the choice again, if you could make the choice, would you have transitioned before? yes. i would transitioned before? yes. i would transition in my teenage years. and not have had the same... the same or information or whatever i am known for, i would've transitioned younger. “— for, i would've transitioned younger. —— fame or infamy. for, i would've transitioned younger. -- fame or infamy. another bridge crossed. she looks or to her
future and living the life she hoped forfour future and living the life she hoped for four decades. the first tv interview. that is all for now from sports day. coming up in the moment, the papers. hello and welcome to our look ahead to what the the papers will be bringing us tomorrow. with me are stephen bush, special correspondent for the new statesman, and david wooding, political editor of the sun on sunday. thank you for coming in. tomorrow's front pages, starting with the telegraph says that theresa may is preparing for her succession with the surprise appointment of the former chief whip gavin williamson to defence secretary.
the times says the appointment leaves the prime minister vulnerable toa leaves the prime minister vulnerable to a renewed coup for herjob. the guardian also lead to that appointment saying the prime minister's choice has angered backbench tory mps. also focusing on the angerfrom backbench tory mps. also focusing on the anger from tory backbenchers that his appointment. this also leads the metro. the ft leads with the rise in interest rates signalling that more increases could be on the way. the express says that thousands of foreign nationals, who were supposed to be deported by the home office, are on the run in britain. so it's politics and economics for the next ten minutes. take is to the front of the times. theresa may underfire in front of the times. theresa may under fire in the front of the times. theresa may underfire in the light front of the times. theresa may under fire in the light of changes in defence. michael fallon has
resigned and she has replaced him with chief whip gavin williamson and this has angered a great number of people for the variety of reasons, andi people for the variety of reasons, and i think it's important to really get this story, that the role of defence secretary is hugely important, particularly to conservatives. if you say to the average labour mp and they want health and education, and defences the dream job for a lot of people in the dream job for a lot of people in the conservative party and this man has no more held a ministerial post expressed any opinions about anything, least of all defence, and so anything, least of all defence, and so it is particularly galling for the conservative party to see gavin williamson elevated, and adding to the problem is that he has been somebody who has are always argued things like people having to wait their turn and if you promote too many from a young and take it irritates the whole balance, and he
has effectively skip the queue and it makes people feel they have been jerked around, so people are angry with theresa may of doing this or being forced into it. is this how you see it as well? ice folk with a few people today and that is quite a backlash over this. they feel that gavin williamson got the job because he asked for it. he was in charge of the wet's office and recommended that michael fallon goal and now he has got the job. with all this talk of mps behaving in a creepy manner towards women, we have got the man with the creepy crawley, he has a pet tarantula which she keeps in the wet's office, and he is moving it into the ministry of defence. there's a feeling among some mps that the big search is on now to find out who is the author of this dirty dossier which names all these
mps dirty dossier which names all these mp5 for what they have allegedly done, and some people are pointing the finger that the wet's office and saying that there is no proof, but was he the source for this? go back to what he said a moment ago about the departure of michael fallon. how is it known that mr williamson may have had some influence? as the chief whip he was allegedly in there