elizabeth at first. a great opportunity, the year of the royal navy. to act as a capstone to everything we have had this year and coincide with the commissioning of hms queen elizabeth. my team have worked really ha rd hms queen elizabeth. my team have worked really hard to get themselves ready for it, it is not something we are traditionally famous for. hms queen elizabeth and the royal navy's biggest warship. the queen will travel to portsmouth and from the commission it into the royal fleet. another new recruit to the service is alex stacey, who never dreamt she would be undertaking sentry duty at buckingham palace.” would be undertaking sentry duty at buckingham palace. i dried up in january, and finished all my training injuly. still very new in the navy, so it is a great honour and privilege to be able to do something like this. sailors from the royal navy are also undertaking guard duty at saintjames ‘s palace, the tower of london and tomorrow at windsor castle in what has been a very busy year for the service. indonesia has preferred to read the
alert telling airlines to avoid flying the volcano in bali. there are fears that the volcano could to the for the first time in more than 50 yea rs. our weather has flip—flopped between the weather of autumn and winter. things have calmed down quite nicely for some, but others have recorded this weekend there first snow of the season. this weekend there first snow of the season. we are about to change again. over my shoulder, an area of low pressure thrown their frontal systems down through the british out over the course of the night. very wet in some places, 30 or a0 millimetres, and windy, gusts up to a0 miles and are. in the body of this weather fronts there is quite
mild. for monday morning, some of this rain will be heavy, surface water and spray around where it has stopped drilling north of the rain band, but in the rain banter could be heavy bursts of rain. north of that it be heavy bursts of rain. north of thatitis be heavy bursts of rain. north of that it is a mixture of sunny spells, particularly east of the pennines, but plenty of showers to be had and some of those really quite wintry post before going them together again across to far north of scotland. the tail end of the front taking its time to pull away into the north sea. the wind will be a feature of the day, but the temperatures not as low as they will get in the days to come, so double figures in the south. that really is the last of the mild air because once those weather fronts have moved across the channel off into the near continent, that opens the gates to as supply of cold air streaming down these isobars from well north of the british isles, so that is what is going to
change our weather from the relatively mild air of late sunday and monday into something a good deal colder as we get into tuesday, wednesday and on into thursday. notice the supply of showers across northern and eastern parts, and of the irish sea, into pembrokeshire and parts of the south—west, some of those showers even here it will turn wintry on higher ground. the wind really becoming a feature in eastern pa rt really becoming a feature in eastern part as we get on through the day. where we have ground in the east, there will be lying snow and the temperatures never better than seven and feeling much lower given the strength of the wind. so briefly mild, then it turns cold and watch either that biting wind. —— watch out for that biting wind. hello. this is bbc news. the headlines: international trade secretary liam fox has said the future of the irish border cannot be resolved until the united kingdom and the eu have reached a trade agreement. two of the five people killed
when a stolen car hit a tree in leeds have been named on social media as brothers ellis and elliot. police are holding two teenage boys in custody. drone users will have register and sit safety awareness tests as part of plans to regulate their use. the police will also gain new powers to crack down on illegal and irresponsible drone flying. smoke and ash from a volcano on the island of bali have prompted the indonesian authorities to issue a red alert to airlines. there are fears mount agung could erupt for the first time since 1963. on meet the author this week my guest is then novelist nicola upson. vic lead character is set in 1930s
cambridge. now on bbc news, sportsday. hello and welcome to sportsday with me, katherine downes. the headlines this evening: heartbreak for huddersfield — an 8ath minute goal means they are beaten by manchester city, who are once again eight points clear at the top. no surprise in the scottish league cup — celtic beat motherwell for their fourth successive domestic season. trouble brewing for england's cricketers — defeat looms in the first ashes test, while there may have been more bad behaviour off the pitch. for a while it looked like manchester city would slip up for only the second time this season, but a raheem stirling goal in the 8ath minute meant
they took all three points against huddersfield and are once again eight points clear at the top of the premier league. alex gulrajani reports. yorkshire versus lancashire is always a battle worth watching, especially in huddersfield this season. david wagner has already masterminded one win over a manchester side. the league leaders had no intention of falling here. from the start they flooded forward, as chances came and went. the finishing touch was just lacking. and when they did find it, came at the wrong end. nicolas otamendi casually gifted huddersfield the lead. pep guardiola's mood would drastically improve after the break. raheem sterling bundled over in the box, penalty to manchester city. sergio aguero continuing the casual goal—scoring theme. from there, they did not stop in their search for all three points,
eventually finding their way through again. sterling in the right place atjust about the right time to seal yet another win for manchester city. we had to work really, really hard. they had 11 man behind the ball, the striker was right behind our holding midfielder. it was a real fight for us midfielder. it was a real fight for us but the new plea came out strong in the second half we could do it, and that is what they did. we got the three points i think we deserved. we got the three points i think we deserved. there has been another heavy defeat for everton under caretaker manager david unsworth — they lost a—i to southampton this afternoon. saints striker charlie austin scored two second—half headers on his first league start of the season, before steven davis beat jordan pickford from the edge of the box to wrap up the victory. everton have won just once in seven games under unsworth. we are not performing and confidence is, you know,
probably lower than it ever has been. this is a team that has been underperforming for the majority of the season and we have had a lot of tough games, a lot of away games, and i think we need to get back tojust some basics. we need to stop conceding goals. the goals we are conceding are killing us. we need a few home comforts. we need to get back to goodison, and we have that this week. we need to put some points on the board and fairly quickly because this performance was not acceptable. one more result to bring you from the premier league this afternoon and arsenal are up to fourth, above tottenham now, after they beat burnely, thanks to a controversial injury—time penalty. i—0 it finished. afterwards, the burnley manager sean dyche was asked if he was raging. there is a lot of me inside that is raging, a lot. but it's ok, i will still look like this. my view is that it is highly unlikely that anything other than a penalty
was going to get given. in scotland, celtic have won the scottish league cup, the first major trophy of the season. they beat motherwell 2—0 at hampden park. our scottish football reporter chris mclaughlin was there. the first piece of silverware of the season goes to the side sweeping aside all in their path. motherwell were hopeful — they are a side in fine form at the moment. they wanted a battle and the first half was more intriguing than entertaining. richard tait with the best chance. shortly after the interval the breakthrough, and what a finish from james forrest. the scotland international‘s eighth of the season. motherwell were looking immediately to level, but what about this from craig gordon? an incredible reaction stop. then a controversial penalty. kipre bringing down sinclair. the referee said penalty and sent the frenchman off. dembele converted and it was 2—0 to celtic.
leigh griffiths rattled the post later on. celtic are celebrating their fourth trophy — invincible and unstoppable. in the women's scottish cup final, hibernian completed the cup double for the second year running with a 3—0 victory over glasgow city in livingston. england are on the verge of losing the first ashes' test. australia dominated the fourth day in brisbane and need just 56 runs to win. meanwhile, the ecb says it's spoken to england wicketkeeper jonny bairstow over an alleged incident during a night out earlier in the tour. andy swiss has more. so, was this the day england's ashes optimism faded? at first it was their batsmen that struggled. captainjoe root, gone before lunch. the rest soon followed. moeen ali, contentiously. was he stumped 7 anything behind the line and he was ok. it was agonisingly close.
but, after an age, he was out. england's tail once again didn't hang around. australia left with a target ofjust 170. and, led by david warner, they ruthlessly set about the run chase. by the close, england demoralised and all but defeated. very disappointed. i thought the first three days we played well and we were in the game. today, we let ourselves down. with the bat especially, we got in and never really got that big score we needed. but, hours later, there was another problem. claims jonny bairstow was involved in an incident in perth four weeks ago while in the same bar as australia's opener cameron bancroft, also playing in this match. it's understood — quote — their heads met at one point, although they both left amicably. in a statement, the england and wales cricket board said there was no report of an incident from the venue, security or police and there was no injury reported. but with the ongoing controversy
surrounding ben stokes, it may raise more questions about the team culture. the ecb say they now understand the context of the incident and will follow up with management after this test. but both on and off the pitch, this is hardly the start of the ashes they'd hoped for. andy swiss, bbc news, brisbane. rugby union premiership champions exeter are back at the top of the table after snatching a win against saracens. they fought back to claim victory byjust two points. 18—20 the final score. patrick gearey has the details. two of the best teams in the country, one of the biggest games, not all the top players. with many of their stars on international duty, this was a test of strength in depth, a day for saracens to be thankful england are not calling for the talents of alex goode. it is not the saracens way to focus on individuals, they say the strength of the wolf is the back and the strength
of the pack is the wolf. this was apparently brits try, but exeter chiefs are one of the few teams in england to know how to beat saracens. they did it on bush to the title last season and ian whitten lead them back into this. eight minutes remaining as saracens tried to hold them up somewhere in there low went lower. wait for the whistle. try. and the conversion was simple. this to win it, and almost effortless enter our relentless match. in the other premiership match today, wasps came from behind to beat london irish i7—i3. in the three games in the pro ia today there were wins for glasgow, france have won their 10th davis cup by beating belgium. world number 18 lucas pouille beat belgium's steve darcis in a deciding final match in front of a electric crowd in lille. it is france's first title since 2001. valtteri bottas held off team—mate
lewis hamilton as mercedes cruised to a dominant one—two in the season—ending abu dhabi grand prix. the finn completed the hat—trick of pole position, fastest lap and race win as he claimed his third victory of the year. sebastian vettel finished third which was enough to secure the german the runners up spot in the drivers' championship, which hamilton had already won. in netball, england have won the second match of the vitality netball international series against malawi. the roses led 31—25 after half—time and continued that dominance to win 61—53 at the copper box arena in london. they go 2—0 up in the three match series. british olympic pilot lamin deen secured the first major medal of his career with silver in the four—man event at the bobsleigh world cup. britain led the standings after setting a track record in their opening run in whistler, but russia's final run was enough to take gold, with gb's combined time 0.28secs slower. that's all from sportsday.