tv The Briefing BBC News July 4, 2018 5:45am-6:00am BST
as the team progresses through to the quarter finals. in the ft, the austrian chancellor, sebastian kurtz, is warning of new border controls if germany goes through with its new transit centre plans. he says migrants could become trapped in austria while attempting to cross into germany. it is also looking at another story. amsterdam is emerging as a winner as trading groups set up plans for europe bases in a post—brexit world. the new york times is looking at tech giants who are reportedly flocking to cambridge to set up hubs for engineers and researchers, particularly in the burgeoning field of artificial intelligence. and finally, bbc news online is looking at bans on advertising junk food to kids are beginning to have a bite in the uk. cadbury, chewits and squashies have had adverts banned. with me is geraint anderson who's an author and former stock broker and columnist known as city boy. welcome. so let's begin with the
football. you are watching it in a pub. in london? yes. i could be a little tired because of the over time, the penalties, and the analysis afterwards. i got very little sleep as well. what a game. we were all on the edge of our seas. iama we were all on the edge of our seas. i am a little bit amazed that the metro says it was not in doubt. the run in the pub thought that it could be good night, at. i've been wanting english football for the a0 years. the fact that the matter is i think we have one one penalty shootout in a major competition like that. —— metro. this meant to feel positive about the fact that there is a slightly new attitude. there was the wisdom that this was a new team... they have not been watching it for a0 yea rs! they have not been watching it for a0 years! they do not have the
cytological baggage that we all have. this is the point that the guardian makes. they have broken the curse of the penalty shootout will stop it is all to play for, now. swede is next. we will play sweden. it isa swede is next. we will play sweden. it is a betting man... —— sweden. —— ifi it is a betting man... —— sweden. —— if i was a betting man, we will get the final and then brazil will be tough please, please. that is the reality, i'm sorry. you are not alone in celebrating this incredible result. we will see their reaction ina result. we will see their reaction in a second. everybody was sort of tearing their hair out and nodding their heads and all sorts. but the question is this is a brand—new young team and they were so many concerns and doubts about this. i think maybe it is nice to have such low expectations. i went in. to be
honest, i knew about three of their names. usually i'm a bit better than that. i have such low expectations. when gareth southgate — i did not really, although rome was missing a penalty yea rs really, although rome was missing a penalty years ago. but to actually win on penalties with him as the manager, it is... no, we have been here before. we have all been here before. —— i did not really, although i remember him missing a penalty. there are a lot of people around me! penalty. there are a lot of people around me i could mention... others go to bed to get four hours of sleep before work, but i could not sleep. i had to keep going. —— i was about to go to bed. let's go to the financial times which is looking at the financial crisis that has dominated the media headlines for two weeks now. all we had been talk about angela merkel‘s challenge within her own party. but now that this is talking about sebastien cuts, because he was addressing the european parliament yesterday. this is the austrian chancellor. talking
about the problems that they are facing in austria as of this issue of where these people had to wait in order to find out if they are going to be allowed to set up home and a new life in europe or not. —— sebastian kurz. and if they are not, how they go back to where they have come from. this is going to be the one issue that really dominates the european union and everything that is going on there. there is clearly a bunch of populist quite anti—immigrant parties coming into force in places like... well, they have been voted in. they had been voted in. there is a budget a population that clearly feel that they are under attack from immigrants who are coming from syria, iraq, iran and so forth. i suppose what is happening with austria is that germany is setting up austria is that germany is setting up these transit centres — account corbyn camps, that is politically incorrect, that word. they are transit centres, and they feel that
these are being put on the northern border of austria. and they feel these will be a place where the immigrants stay. —— you cannot corbyn camps. had you to bridge between economic migrant who thinks they will be making a financially sensible decision, and people who tried to get away from a terrible persecution? wall or whatever. there is no right answer. we can be in humane and appease the people who are so humane and appease the people who are so scared of the fortress of europe being invaded, or we can be humane and find ourselves with millions of people. that is the week perhaps cannot look after. -- war or whatever. all after properly. let's go back to the financial times. they set up your places spectators was the debate about where they would be europe to make european base.
accidents is to be doing rather well. —— where they would be making a european base. racket hardly gets a european base. racket hardly gets a mention. -- fretted. as the financial centre of germany. wombles oi’ financial centre of germany. wombles or reason for them not welcome without wishing to offend a german viewers is that it is not the most exciting city in the world. —— frankfurt. someone like london can a lwa ys frankfurt. someone like london can always try to claim to be this exciting... berlin is exciting. i have friends who live there. it is a happy city. it is a huge hub for technology and media and film, as well. it seems that amsterdam, this is surprising. we'll talk about dubai, mumbai, orthe place is taking business from the city. but amsterdam is, as were the biggest winners. this is a big issue for brexit. the city is about 10% of the
uk gdp - brexit. the city is about 10% of the uk gdp — collect billions in taxes for our hospitals and so forth. and if we lose yet more business from the city, it is another nail in the cough and for this country's economy. in the meantime, other cities in the uk are emerging as a real hub, maybe a checkup. this is something he had the silicon valley giants are taking their hunter cambridge. it looks like this is becoming a centre for things like artificial intelligence research. it is interesting how there is a rivalry between kent ridge and 0xford on this issue as well. lots of companies are choosing to have the bases in cambridge.” of companies are choosing to have the bases in cambridge. i think amazon, microsoft, apple, they are setting up their businesses there. but when i was at cambridge, and sofa mention that, but when us at cambridge as a student studying, there was the milk run, the big
banks, common saxon morgan stanley, and the big thing back in 199a was tigerair city and to become a banker, that was where the bright things went. —— goldman sachs. i went to india for two years and then my brother got a job with nepotism. "199a my brother got a job with nepotism. —— 199a was to come to the city. now that banking is much more regulated. and there is more science and research, i technology. and there is more science and research, itechnology. this and there is more science and research, i technology. this is where theoretically the brains are. so you move your firm. and this where theoretically the brains are. so you move yourfirm. and this is where theoretically the brains are. so you move your firm. and this is a lovely place to live and work. -- biotechnology. and abc online is looking at the newjunk biotechnology. and abc online is looking at the new junk food biotechnology. and abc online is looking at the newjunk food rules. they are trained to remove the food ads were children. and this is the right thing to do. i have two young
children and these advertisements using cartoon characters and that, there was a massive obesity issue — we are probably the fattest in europe, one of the fattest in the world — i think we will have 50% obesity and overweight in a few yea rs. obesity and overweight in a few years. i think anything we can do to try to reduce the amount of sugar and fat — because we as human beings, we do not have a huge amount of restraint. and if there is sugar and fat, we will eat it. and as 0scar and fat, we will eat it. and as oscar wilde said, i can resist a nicky butt temptation. i eat two or three chocolate bars a day. and you did not sleep much, either. it is all downhill from here. —— i can resist anything but confession. thank you forjoining us and we will see you soon. “— thank you forjoining us and we will see you soon. —— temptation. hello there. the weather story across the uk of late has been pretty dull and boring — we've had to go to the football for some excitement, haven't we?
in fact, yesterday, hardly a cloud in the sky again across much of the country, as depicted by north wales, but there are some subtle differences as we go through the day today. there'll be a little more cloud around for many of us and there may even be a chance of a shower. why? well, the high pressure isjust weakening its grip a little and it's allowing this plume of showery rain to push up from the south—west. they'll be very hit and miss and not everywhere will see them, but there is a risk of a few of those, and at the same time, the north—easterly breeze will drag in more cloud across northern england and eastern england throughout the day. so here, that could just have an effect of the feel of the temperature, but let's take a look at these showers in a little more detail, circulating around that south—west area, but we mightjust see one or two just pushing up into southern england as well. so that could be pretty tricky if you're heading off to wimbledon. there is a small chance — only a very small chance — of catching a shower, but it's certainly worth bearing in mind. i suspect there'll be a little more cloud around and that, for some of you, may come as welcome news. so this is swi9 with cloudy skies overhead.
just an outside chance of a shower, perhaps this is over—reading it a little bit. you really will be unlucky if you do catch one, but it's worth bearing in mind, particularly in comparison to the weather that we've seen of late. but in terms of the feel of things, despite a little more cloud and the risk of a shower, temperatures are still slightly above the average for the time of year, with 21—2a degrees. now, look at this as we move out of wednesday into thursday, we have got a weather front showing its hand in the far north—west. now, this will be interesting — not much in the way of rain on it but it is going to introduce a wind direction from a north—westerly and behind it, something a little bit fresher. so certainly on thursday, more cloud for northern ireland and for much of scotland, and a noticeable difference here to the feel of the weather. further south and east, we've still got that warmth and we lose the risk of a few showers, so temperatures are going to respond again back up to 29 degrees, as opposed to 15 or 19 degrees in the far north—west. now that weather front will drift out of the way and then high pressure builds again
from the south—west so things are going to quieten down as we move towards the weekend, and if you don't believe me, let's have a look at the weekend story. friday into saturday shows the temperatures building and the sunshine set to return, highs of 29—30. take care. good morning — welcome to breakfast with charlie stayt and louise minchin. 0ur headlines today: england finally win a penalty shoot out to reach the quarter—finals of the world cup. two people are in hospital and a major incident is declared in wiltshire after police say a couple were exposed to an unknown substance. in good health — we have new footage of the thai schoolboys trapped in a flooded cave system.