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out of that situation. sonia boyce's work confronts uncomfortable themes, but she's also interested in what is hidden. trawling through british public collections cataloguing diverse work. there's a massive untold story about the ways in which african and asian artists have historically impacted british art and british culture, and it's never been done before, to be able to chart where works are so that future researchers can go and find those works, that the public can get to know so an archive which could prove to be an important work of art. elaine dunkley, bbc news. newsnight is coming up on bbc two. we've had more detail about our government's plans for brexit today, but it's not just government's plans for brexit today, but it's notjust up to us. we'll get a view from the continent as to
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how messy they over there think the divorce will be. join me now on bbc two. that's newsnight. good evening and welcome to sportsday. coming up in the show. the home nations‘ coaches name their teams for the six nations championship, which starts on saturday. after 21 years in the game, frank lampard calls time on his football career. and cameroon set up an african cup of nations final against egypt
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after beating ghana 2—0. thanks forjoining us. england head coach eddiejones has named his team to face france in their opening match of rugby union's six nations championship. ahead of the tournament, which starts on saturday, jones has been addressing comments made by former scotland and british lions coachjim telfer who compared jones to donald trump and said the twickenham crowd "look down their noses at the opposition." unsurprisingly, jones doesn't agree. we do not behave arrogantly. we are
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very respectful. if you look at her record on the field and our interaction with opposition teams that there is hardly disrespectful. to have a go at the crowd is out of order. the easy thing is, do not come to twickenham. as far as the team goes, saracens forward maro itoje will start a test match for the first time at blindside flanker, having been named as chris robshaw‘s replacement. eliot daley will start on the wing in place of exeter‘s jack nowell, who missed two days of training this week due to personal reasons and is on the bench. wales interim coach rob howley has recalled sam warburton to his side to face italy in rome on sunday. there had been speculation he may miss out, having been dropped as captain in favour of alun wyn jones. scrum half rhys webb is also recalled after injury. scotland play ireland on saturday. glasgow pairjosh strauss and fraser brown and stormers centre hquones come in to vern cotter‘s starting 15 for that match, as they try to end a run of 11 years
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without a win in their tournament opener. the players have a vision for the six nations tournament. they are working hard to dry and achieve and become better. that is the only way you can approach it. get through the scheme. there are no guarantees in sport. that desire that we have seen for the last few seasons is there. injured ireland fly—half johnny sexton has an outside chance of being fit to face italy next weekend according to coach joe schmidt — but paddy jackson will play against scotland with sexton sidelined with a calf injury. he has played 82 minutes for the national team in the last eight test
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matches. that is a real frustration for us and no different for them. but in the three six nations that i have been involved in, he has dominated. we are still hopeful that he can come back in and potentially do that for us. at the same time paddy has trained really well. former england and chelsea midfielder frank lampard has announced his retirement from football, calling time on a 21 year career. lampard won 11 major trophies with the london club, before spells at manchester city and new york city in the mls. patrick geary has more. frank lampard's abiding strength was timing, picking his moments. he has now decided to stop the clock on a remarkable career. others wanted him to carry on. even know about 38 having played in america for a year and a half by of his former coaches wa nted and a half by of his former coaches wanted to throw him into a relegation scrap with swansea. here
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is why. working with him dtd was a pleasure. to see someone is why. working with him dtd was a pleasure. to see someone so pleasure. to see someone so professional pleasure. to see someone so professional and dedicated and hard—working. it professional and dedicated and ha rd—working. it is professional and dedicated and hard—working. it is no surprise that talent that he had and that work ethic. it was a fantastic combination for him to go on and achieve such success. ironically swa nsea achieve such success. ironically swansea was fair frank lampard first played —— was rare flag apart first played —— was rare flag apart first played professionally. eventually he moved to chelsea in 2001. it was at sta mford moved to chelsea in 2001. it was at stamford bridge that frank lampard hit his stride. he appeared in the attack at its crucial moments, a midfield marksman. he was regularly put strikers to shame. who needed them when you could do this? he collected 11 trophies with the blues including three premier leagues and a champions league. by the time atleti had scored 211 times, more than any other chelsea player in history. the numbers are impressive
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of england also. 106 caps, 29 goals. but in common with many of his peers he is what might have been stop i am proud that i played more than 100 games for england. it did not go as well as i wanted to but i had that chance to represent my country that many times. that'll have to do me know. it is done. strangely for a man known for his goal—scoring he is often known for one that was not given, the failure to award this against germany in the 2010 world cup helped lead to goal—line technology being introduced. the officials should have known that frank lampard officials should have known that frank lampa rd really officials should have known that frank lampard really must. liverpool managerjurgen klopp has responded tojose mourinho's claims that he's being treated differently to other managers. the manchester united head coach was unhappy that klopp avoided punishment despite screaming at the fourth official during tuesday's draw with chelsea. klopp today said that all managers struggle to keep their emotions in check. there are different ways to handle a
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situation. it is quite an emotional game. to switch off emotions in the right moment is not that simple. a lot of other people struggle in moments like this. it is not that we wa nt to moments like this. it is not that we want to do it or that it is a tactic. it happens more. the lawyer representing the consortium trying to takeover nottingham forest says they still want to buy the club. american businessmen john jay moores and charles noell saw their proposed offer to club owner fawaz al hasawi fall through, but insist they have fallen in love with the club and the city. lawyer trevor watkins says they have some big names ready to get involved if a deal happens. what surprised me the most was in this relatively short space of time transactions have been going on if
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you look at the people committed to them, to be part of thejourney going forward, it is an impressive list. a really impressive list. it is as good as buying, for want of a different phrase, john terry at his best and adding that to the club. that is the quality that they were looking at. this is the quality that wanted to work with them. brighton mr chance to extend their lead at the top of the championship table as they were beaten 3—1 at huddersfield. the home side took the lead inside nine minutes. brighton find an equaliser. this was the pick of the goal is to put huddersfield backin of the goal is to put huddersfield back in front. brighton finished with ten men but stay top, one point clear of newcastle. cameroon are through to the final of the africa cup of nations
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after beating ghana 2—0. cameroon grabbed their first goal 72 minutes into the second half, capitalising on a ghanaian defensive error from a free kick. with seconds remaining they scored their second, finishing off a well worked counter attack. the indomitable lions will face egypt in the final after they dramatically beat burkina faso 11—3 on penalties last night. tiger woods is in danger of missing another cut as he struggled after the first round of the dubai desert classic. the a1—year—old, who has only recently returned to the game after 18 months out with a back injury, slumped to an opening five—over par round of 77. that's 12 shots behind leader sergio garcia who carded a round of seven under par. england's ian poulter is the highest placed british player —


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