as here at the grand museum erected outside brussels by king leopold ii of belgium. it was built on the profits of forced labour in rubber plantations. those who failed to collect the quota had hands chopped off. african art was carted back here in vast quantities. but the museum has undergone a major revamp, to reflect the reality of colonial history. if you look there, you know, there's a hologram of leopold ii about six times here and in total about 45 times throughout the building. he wasn't a man for understatement, was he? but as for restitution, there are reservations about capacity and the dangers of corruption. do you trust the authorities in congo? no. to treat anything that is brought back with the care it deserves? at this moment, no, absolutely not. i wouldn't trust any of the people that are currently in charge. not that they are of bad will, but just they don't have the facilities.
there is no security system. a lot of these objects are worth a lot of money. people are paid very badly. what would you do if you were paid, you know, not even $100 a month? but african voices are insistent, change must come. in the democratic republic of congo we visited a fledgling museum in kinshasa that combines old colonial sculpture with this storehouse of congolese art. professor washna acknowledges the worries about corruption in congo. but a new national museum has been built with south korean help. a place that could provide a congolese home for looted treasures. translation: during colonisation belgium, england, america, unfortunately took a lot of the art. this is only a small portion of what can be found in europe, so we should claim them back. it's better that it's here, for the good of the congolese people. there is in africa and the west a growing view that
collaboration is the way forward. exhibitions rotating between continents. like the benin bronzes of the british museum. it's a debate defined by reasonableness. not least on the part of africans, still willing to share what was stolen from them. fergal keane, bbc news. that's it from us. here on bbc one, it's time for the news where you are. goodnight. hello and welcome to sportsday. joe root‘s back amongst the runs with a century in the third test against west indies in st lucia.
can newcastle hold on to end a run of 3 wins on the bounce for wolves in the premier league? and paul scholes enters football management at the club he supported as a boy — old ham athletic. hello and welcome to sportsday. england's cricketers have finally hit their stride in the west indies, taking a commanding lead of hts after day 3 of the third and final test in st lucia. captain joe root led the way with a century. as england finished the day on ‘325 for 4‘ in their second innings. andy saltzman of the bbc cricket social spoke to me earlier and started by asking about england's turnaround. england started in a dominant
position stop lost rory burns to the first ball of the day, keating jennings duggan couldn't find any rhythm in his batting. was unlucky to be out. there is clear? is over his future. england kind of cruised through the day and west indies lost one of their bowlers early on to injuries. it was a relatively undemanding day for england and the fa ct undemanding day for england and the fact that they batted well with a lot of control and not too many risks, almost makes how they played in the first two tests more frustrating that they finally seem to find a test match going having lost the series. the captain joe root managed to do just that, what did you make of his performance? root managed to do just that, what did you make of his performance7m was a good innings, i think one of his less demanding centuries and he had a curious time recently. very inconsistent whereas the peak year of his career, 2014 to 2017 was
remarkably consistent, one of the most consistent players in text cricket. since then the 50s have dried up but he has started converting when he does get to 50. the last three he has converted to centuries, having failed to do so in his previous 11 years had a curious three months but at least england are emerging from this test with some positives from what has been a disastrous series up till now. they will be really motivated, it couple of players as well. just but they got a half—century. of players as well. just but they got a half-century. but there has played really well since getting his recall, a massive innings on the board. we were discussing what squirt demi needed to make himself a certainty for next time. —— what score denley needed. he was stopped early on on 12 and batted nicely. he without after a loose shot, not
really a loose shot but he did not get it right. missed a chance to establish himself. newcastle manager rafa benitez was left angered after a 95th minute equaliser meant his side missed out on an unlikely away win at wolves. they stay seventh as newcastle move a point above the relegation zone. ben croucher watched the 1—1 draw at molineux. when going to molineux which wolves will you see? the one that beat spurs and liverpool or the one to struggle against cardiff and huddersfield? it was the former in the first 45, forcing martin dubravka into a couple of saves. it looked to be a matter of time before they would be on their way to a fourth straight win. sometimes the closer they got to the newcastle goal though, the further away they were. the wolves lacked a bite. the magpies were the ultimate opportunists. fabian schar spotted the space, isaac hayden hit and hoped, rui patricio flapped at his posts. hunting for a point wolves went back to the longer range stuff.
diogojota's effort was tame. in added time they resorted to some old—fashioned football. stick the centre half up top, lob went into the box, hope for the best. willy boly with the late, late leveler. they had seen a lot at molineux this season. dare i say they have not seen too many finishes quite like that. there was also a dramatic late equaliser in the 5th round of the scottish cup, as ross county earned a replay against inverness caledonian thistle. inverness went ahead twice in the battle between the championship sides with brad mckay making it 2—1 in the second half. josh mullin was the hero for county — scoring in injury time to earn another highland derby, back at victoria park next tueday. there are the championship clash against dundee united and the winner of that replay as the draw was made earlierfor of that replay as the draw was made earlier for the quarterfinals of the scottish cup. defending champion
celtic will face premiership side hibernian away at easter road. arsenal midfielder aaron ramsey has agreed tojoin italian giants juventus this summer. the wales international has signed a four—year deal to move to the serie a champions as a free agent — after 11 years in london. ramsey passed a medical last month, and it's understood he'll earn a basic salary of more than 400,ooo pounds per week. paul scholes has become the new manager at 0ldham atheltic, the club he supported as a boy. the former manchester united and england midfielder has signed a deal until the end of next season. richard askam has more. i can see in your eyes you are so excited. how much are you looking forward to what is quite a challenge for you? looking forward to it. it will be a challenge but as i have said, many times, i think this is a team capable of doing really well in this league. here already, i enjoyed the training this morning, good chat with the players, i am excited about it. i think i have got the players to get a lot of good results in this league and hopefully that can be proved right. do you feel ready?
do you feel ready for this job ahead of you? i would not have done it otherwise, whether i am ready or not we will see in the next few weeks, won't we? but yeah, ifeel like i have done enough, spent enough time preparing for this, got a good feeling about it and hopefully it will be the right thing to do. have you sounded out sir alex ferguson or any of the other managers in the game you know? i haven't yet, no. i will do, i'm sure, when things come up that i possibly do not know how to deal with. i will be the first man on the phone, whether it's sir alex, i'm sure he will be happy to give me advice, whether it is 0le gunnar or roy keane. i am coming to my hometown club which will be either a good thing or a bad thing, we will see in the next few weeks but i have prepared well for it, i've watched the team a lot and i think this team are capable of winning a lot of games and if they don't, it is my fault. you have said it now. what is the target then initially? what are you hoping to achieve? the target is to beat them tomorrow.
if you look at this league, i think league position is false in many ways. there is no clear expectation. i am not saying we are getting into play—offs this year but i want to do well and take each game as it comes and see how many games we can win. wish you all the luck. thank you, cheers. lets have a look at some of the other stories making the sports news today. the leinster and ireland forward sean 0'brien is going tojoin london irish after this years rugby world cup. 0'brien won the most recent of his 54 ireland caps in the six nations win over scotland at the weekend, he's also toured twice with the british and irish lions tours. more injury news for scotland — ryan wilson will miss the remainder of the six nations. the glasgow forward suffered knee ligament damage in saturday's loss to ireland at murrayfield. phil mickelson has won at pebble beach for a record—equalling fifth time. the american wasn't able to finish yesterday evening after storms affected the final round in california. so he had to play the last three holes today, finishing with a birdie to win by three shots.
british skiierjack gower crashed in his downhill run of the combined event at the alpine world skiing championships in sweden. it means he didn't make it as far as the slalom run. the welsh 0pen snooker is under way in cardiff. john higgins is the defending champion and he's looking in good form. he beat fellow scot graham dott by 4 frames to nil in the first round. higgins became the first player to win the welsh 0pen five times last year three times world champion mark williams has made it into the second round. he beat fellow welshman kishan hirani 4 frames to three. and judd trump is also through. he knocked in breaks of 85 and 84 in the first two frames and went on to beat harvey chandler 4 frames to nil. finally, robert kubica says it's
been a long journey back to formula one but he's hoping to make the most of his first appearance on the grid for eight years when the new season resumes in melbourne next month. he's racing for williams in the new season, defying the odds to return to the sport after suffering severe hand and arm injuries in a rallying accident. he'll be racing for williams alongside british rookie george russell, as the team look to rebuild from a disappointing season. that's all from sportsday. you can go to the website and app for the reaction from the west indies and that century from captain joe root. coming up in a moment, the papers. hello, and welcome to our look ahead to what the papers will be
bringing us tomorrow. with me are the political commentator, jane merrick and the brexit editor of the telegraph, asa bennett. many of tomorrow's front pages are already in. the financial times says the chancellor is preparing for the worst over the next few weeks — following weaker than expected growth figures. the telegraph leads with a call from the nspcc for social media firms to face criminal sanctions and unlimited fines if they breach proposed ‘duty of care' laws towards children. the daily mirror headline reads — "it's all our fault" — and follows the home secretary's admission that a rise in food bank use is partly down to problems with the universal credit system. according to a polling for the times — theresa may would win a working majority if a general election was held today, with the conservatives gaining four seats,
and labour losing 12. and the i claims a government review is urging sweeping changes to the uk media industry — including plans for a new regulator for online platforms. let us take in. we will start with the ft. sloth growth in a decade, budget headache for phil hammond. absolutely. this is against the backdrop of brexit and the uncertainty but the figures are stark. it is the lowest since 2009, not point percent in the last year and actually december was a real squeeze. and actually december was a real squeeze. 0.4%. experts are saying because everyone is holding back and businesses are not investing in people or capital and so it is with it slowing down. the question is whether it carries on after break that whether it is a hump to get through and break that goes so smoothly that we can come out of it. people start investing again? yes,
exactly but let us wait and see. consumers are spending but it its actual production in the economy that seems to be the problem. do you think it is the brexit effect or other more fundamental sides we should be trying to address?m seems to be largely influenced by the related uncertainty and the jitters in december about whether a deal would be passed. iwould not be surprised as a result about that being maintained or starts to deteriorate in january of every one to start to realise it is tailspin and particle turmoil. that is still done as the figures. there are extra cost for concern, i am sorry to be like your in this. when this economy grew not pointy percent in the fourth watcher, the only sector that group were services. “— fourth watcher, the only sector that group were services. —— 0.2%. that is the service for goods and something pertaining to the