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goa go a lot further than now, and will go a lot further than now, and i think it should be fascinating. thank you very much forjoining us to talk about what should be a fascinating end to the formula 1 season, to come. england opener alistair cook says he has sympathy for adil rashid — who's involved in a club vs country row ahead of england's first test against india. the leg—spinner‘s been picked for the series, despite signing a contract to only play white ball cricket for yorkshire. ican i can understand why it has caused a bit of fuss, but we have just got to get on with it. we have got to look at the positives, slightly different style of english spinner. a little bit of mystery, to him. he is bowling really well, and that is what we should be excited about, not what we should be excited about, not what is happening with the field stuff, and yorkshire stuff, and all that. we should consider it on the positives, rather than the negatives. as they keep repeating, it isjust because of the circumstances that we are in. should
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still be an intriguing test match. manchester city say their new signing riyad mahrez could be available to play against chelsea in the community shield this weekend. having arrived from leicester earlier this month, mahrez injured his ankle in a pre—season friendly against bayern munich over the weekend...but a scan has shown there is "no significant damage". newly—promoted premier league side fulham have announced for around £22 million. he moves to craven cottage from newcastle on five year contract, having spent last season on loan at fulham in the championship. the decision to play the pro“; final outside of a traditional rugby venue, has been hailed as a "truly historic step" by the league. celtic park will play host to the match next may. now, staying with rugby union, the women's game in england could be fully professionalised as early as this season says rugby football union chief executive steve brown. contracts for the women's 15s squad
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were not renewed after the 2017 world cup with the rfu controversially choosing to prioritise the 7s players instead. but brown has told bbc sport, the women's game is now top of their list of priorities. we are very keen to professionalise the women's game. our rendition is to professionalise both servers and 15 is. we have had a half and a half situation for the past couple of seasons. our ambition is to do that, as soon as you can seasons. our ambition is to do that, as soon as you can possibly afford it, is the key. it is not commercialised, fully, yet. we are ina gay commercialised, fully, yet. we are in a gay great position with the permission, it is the first direct position we have got for the women's game, but it is not enough to fund the whole programme. we need to identify that money, spent everything that we make, invest it all in the game, so we got to re—prioritise something else to put it into the women's game. great britain's becky downie will make her return to competition at next month's european championships in glasgow. the former european champion hasn't
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competed since tearing a ligament in her elbow during a fall at last year's event in romania. she admits there were times she wasn't sure if she'd be able to compete again. funny, that was pretty scary, because my main concern was, then i'm done if it is not fixed. there was a moment when i broke down and cried and said, what if i can't do this any more? but after the surgery, this any more? but after the surgery, i was like, right, this any more? but after the surgery, iwas like, right, it this any more? but after the surgery, i was like, right, it will get better. i believe it will get better, and for me, it was if i want to come back, i will, and be better than i was. i took my rehab very seriously, and just making sure my elbow was strong, and that every pa rt elbow was strong, and that every part of body could be used as long as possible, as well. i've been out of the game so long. not where i would fully want to be, coming into this. i am whose that i am back, and i feel i have solid routines,
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this. i am whose that i am back, and ifeel i have solid routines, but there is definitely room for more. i'm not sure what to expect from these championships, but everybody, these championships, but everybody, the long—term goal is to does and 20, and that team position. now the sight of lionel messi making defenders lives a misery has become a pretty familiar one down the years. well here he is doing the same thing to his pet dog hulk — not to be confused with the brazilian striker, of course. messi's wife antonella filmed her husband getting the better of the family pet in the garden — and posted the footage on social media — to be fair to hulk he's got closer than most defenders usually do! ican i can confirm that no animals were hurt in the making of that film, as well. that's all from sportsday. we'll have more throughout the evening. we will seek you later on, but now
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the weather with ben rich. the heatwave came to an abrupt end and parts of northern ireland have over a months worth of rain in the space of just 80 hours, a months worth of rain in the space ofjust 80 hours, but, it may well only be a debris into the heatwave. this week, still some showers, but becoming less windy, and by the end of the week, think starting to warm up of the week, think starting to warm up against some of us. this is pretty unsettled, a calum macleod, area of low pressure up to the north—west. errors of card circulating around it with some showery rain. showers into eastern scotland, the odd one heavy, and then further south, we will see showers returning across the south of england and wales, the tickly down towards the south—east by the end of the night. still relatively warm in this south—eastern corner, 1516 degrees, but some parts of the
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north will get down into single digits. showery rain across the south—east, that will tend to care tearaway, tomorrow, south—east, that will tend to care tea raway, tomorrow, and south—east, that will tend to care tearaway, tomorrow, and for many eastern parts of the country, it will be dry. many bases will avoid showers, northern ireland, western scotland, frontal system bringing some showery rain. temperatures, 17 degrees in glasgow bar but grief being back up again in the south—east. 25 degrees in london. wednesday, dry across many parts of the country, some good spells of sunshine. those temperatures climbing a little bit further, down towards the south—east, up towards 27 degrees, but further west, we seem he's frontal systems tried to push some rain into northern ireland. as we move into thursday, this wriggling called front will continue to wave across parts of northern ireland, western scotland is, some rain at times, here. but for many eastern and southern parts of the uk, high pressured its control, and we bring in a south
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south easterly feeder back, bringing some very warm south easterly feeder back, bringing some very warm air south easterly feeder back, bringing some very warm air from the neocons on. northern area always seeing something slightly cooler and fresher, so aberdeen and glasgow, 20-22d. a fresher, so aberdeen and glasgow, 20—22d. a bit of rain around, at times, as well. by the south and east, bringing that warm air in, temperatures could get up to the low 30s by the end of the week, with some spousal sunshine. —— with some spells of sunshine. mcveet this is bbc news, i'm rebecca jones. —— this is bbc news, i'm rebecca jones. the headlines at 7pm: families and doctors will no longer need to go to court if they agree to end the life of a patient in a persistent vegetative state. there have been further cancellations of northern rail
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services as the company reinstated most of the services it suspended after a new timetable led to severe problems. the polls have closed as millions voted in zimbabwe's first presidential election since robert maugabe was overthrown last year. it's been over four years since the missing malaysian mh370 —— it's been overfour years since the missing malaysian mh370 aeroplane disappeared. today, investigators release a report into what remains one of the greatest mysteries of the modern age. one of the largest luxury fashion brands opens it's doors to us,
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