the question is why. i daily amount. the question is why.” think with girls it is my legs are not shaved or something silly like that. thinking they're going to get judged. body confidence isjust that. thinking they're going to get judged. body confidence is just one issue raised by girls in a survey of over 26,000 pupils in england and northern ireland with 13 aged 1a to 16 admitting they are unhappy with their appearance. while both recognised the importance of an active lifestyle, girls are less likely to put it into practice. tell me honestly, have you all always enjoyed playing sport? in primary school everything was like gymnastics and dancing and i was never the size for that but with high school i'm really into all kinds of things like rugby, karate. it does not matter how you look doing it but how well you can do it. then youth sport trust has made a
number of recommendations it hopes will make physical activity in schools more relevant to girls and that includes having the right role models. my inspiration is jade jones. models. my inspiration is jade jones. rebecca adlington and ellie simmonds. giving we see enough of these role models in the media or is that just too these role models in the media or is thatjust too much of these role models in the media or is that just too much of a these role models in the media or is thatjust too much of a fixation on the men? well they focus more on serena williams having a baby rather than winning the grand slam. lead three teams rather than top—flight women sport. that is inspiring to people like us. while the barriers they face go beyond the school gates,it they face go beyond the school gates, it certainly is a start and who knows, or the role models of the future could be. and you can get involved on the bbc sport get inspired page. that is all for now. thanks forjoining us. leaked financial documents have
revealed that prince charles campaigned for climate change agreements to be altered without disclosing his private estate had a financial interest in the reforms. the investment in bermuda —based firm by the duchy of cornwall has been described as a serious conflict of interest will top the financial secretary to the treasury was asked a few minutes ago about the latest revelations. breast-feeding has been no suggestion of any wrongdoing. and secondly it is not for me to start opining on any apparent revelations from this particularly. —— obviously there has been no suggestion of wrongdoing. 0f
there has been no suggestion of wrongdoing. of course the queen pays tax on all earnings from the duchy of cornwall. for more on the death of carl sargeant we can cross live to his north wales constituency connah's quay and speak to our correspondent roger pinney. a word first on local reactions? well one word i have heard over and again today, and that is shock. people tell me there was shocked last week when carl sargeant was sacked from the welsh government and they have been shocked today to the point of disbelief to learn that he has died. people here told me of a man deeply rooted in the community here. to the extent that he lived just a straightaway from the house where he grew up. i'm standing outside the labour club here and a
little earlier i spoke to bernie attridge, the deputy leader of flintshire county council and he said he had grown up with carl sa rg ea nt said he had grown up with carl sargeant and said he had grown up with carl sargea nt and they said he had grown up with carl sargeant and they joined said he had grown up with carl sargeant and theyjoined the salvation army together and began their political career together here at the most local level at the town council. of course bernie attridge went to flintshire county council and carl sargeant went on to the national assembly in cardiff. he tells me he was absolutely devastated and that has been the story of the day. and what about carl sargeant, what story of the day. and what about carl sargea nt, what kind story of the day. and what about carl sargeant, what kind of politician was he? he was communities secretary in the welsh cabinet and communities secretary in the welsh cabinetand a communities secretary in the welsh cabinet and a man rooted in his community. to come up from the bottom, he had a bit of a repetition is political bruiser at every level, a big strong man and this is a very tough and old—fashioned labour area. a very tough and old—fashioned labour area. averyfair tough and old—fashioned labour area. a very fair man we're told, people
have paid tribute from all political parties today. here in north wales the police and crime commissioners for example pay tribute saying that carl sa rg ea nt for example pay tribute saying that carl sargeant was a man with a big heart and always politically partisan. so you get a sense that this was a man who was well liked in the community and admired. and respected politically. thank you very much for that. the metropolitan police commissioner says the volume of counter terrorism investigations being carried out has increased by around a third. speaking before mps on the home affairs select committee, cressida dick described the pressures herforce is under. i think overall our shape if i can put that way, our strategy is in a good state. and you can imagine how after such terrible events and the
demands that they've put enough can imaginel demands that they've put enough can imagine i think an organisation being more put out of shape. then we actually are. but i think some people are tired, no doubt about that. and there is an enormous amount of pressure put up we look after them as best we can, their shifts and their welfare as best we can. undoubtedly some tiredness. and we have in the short—term for the generalists, we had to move some shifts around for a while. but in general most of them are working the way they wear or in a way which is 110w way they wear or in a way which is now unaffected by the measures. some specialists, armed officers, counterterrorism officers, undoubtedly are working to an extraordinary tempo. 0ur
undoubtedly are working to an extraordinary tempo. our best estimates of the moment, having had seven foiled attacks in seven months, together with the ones which caused devastation and murder, together with grenfell tower. that has put a huge burden on the organisation and the people most affected. the tempo at the moment, around 30% more workload is the feeling. then we have more effort going into protecting events. of course we're learning the lessons of preparedness and trying to do what we can. so it is putting considerable strain on the organisation. and police in general. time for a look at the weather now.
good evening. it has been one of those days in some parts of the british isles. the key to this scene in birmingham, just how shiny the platforms are. but not doom and gloom everywhere, across parts of scotla nd gloom everywhere, across parts of scotland and northern ireland the skies did brighten. now the weather front gradually moves across east anglia and the south—east. for the rest of the night and into the small hours of wednesday. behind that disguise clearing and temperatures dipping away to leave a widespread frost. and this is how we start wednesday, cloud and rain across the south—eastern quarter and behind that glorious crisp start and lovely
day in prospect. then more fronts moving into the north and of scotland. you're watching beyond 100 days. it's been described as the most important election in america since donald trump won a year ago. in virginia they are voting today for a new governor. for both parties it's a referendum on the president. democrats need to show they can translate anti—trump sentiment into actual votes — for republicans the challenge is winning without mentioning the man in the white house. he's in asia right now — weighing in on election day at in the us and nuclear ambitions in north korea. time, he says, to make a deal. i really believe that it makes sense for north korea to come to the table and to make a deal.