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and essex look set to lift cricket's county championship title —— after day three at taunton was a washout. somerset need to win the match, but with only one day left it's looking very unlikely now. now less than a week into the rugby world cup we've had a major upset. uruguay, who'd only ever won twice before at a world cup, came from behind to beat fiji by 30 points to 27... in a real thriller. a huge result for uruguay on an important day for that part ofjapan, as craig templeton reports. march the 11th, the day that people will never forget. the day that the earthquake hit taking 1300 of their people and washing away much of
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their town. but those who survived we re their town. but those who survived were determined to rebuild and rugby had a role to play. the recovery memorial stadium now sits were a school once did and it made the with the world cup grounds, but it holds a greater significance. something they marked in the right way by providing a real spectacle. finishing off a well worked move for the opening try. and now it is time for the unexpected. forest and battled and scored to restore parity and then when they had taken the lead, and trying to drive to the defence, if that showed the uruguay determination, with only so many professional players, the fan began to dream and that dream became a reality to the taking of philippe a. fiji went over late on but it was
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not enough to stop the biggest upset of the tournament. uruguay first‘s when in 16 years. a memorable day for them and the town. well, all the home nations are preparing for their second matches injapan, ireland play the hosts on saturday , wales face australia for pool d supremacy on sunday. after their thrashing by the irish, scotland will be looking for a huge improvement on monday against samoa. england are next up though, they're in kobe where they face the usa tomorrow. our sports correspondent andy swiss is with the england squad. welcome to the stadium where england's players have been training for the final time at ahead of tomorrow's mass. pretty hot and pretty humid at the moment it is interesting to hear players being on the slippery side, so conditions can be challenging under the roof
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tomorrow and that said, england's players could have a training camp in the area where it is also humid to prepare for exactly these kinds of weather conditions. with just a four day turnaround since their game against tonga, eddie jones four day turnaround since their game against tonga, eddiejones is not surprisingly freshened up his team. there are ten changes to the starting line—up with george forward and among those on the bench, ben young, he will win his 91st cap, equalling johnny woken sins for an england back. it is really nice -- wilkinson. it is nice for them and for me it isjust wilkinson. it is nice for them and for me it is just another game and when i am looking forward to. interestingly, eddiejones said playing the usa would be like playing the usa would be like playing 15 donald trump. they will
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be looking at these scratchy when as they look to make it two wins out of two. nicola adams is preparing for the first defence of her world flyweight title on friday at the royal albert hall. she became world champion injuly — without having to fight — when the previous holder was forced to give up the title adams will be the first female boxer to fight at the venue... absolutely amazing. unbelievable and i feel like every time i step in the ring i am creating history. mohamed ali boxed there and lennox lewis and so ali boxed there and lennox lewis and so many of the stars and singers and performers. it is going to be a surreal moment for me being able to win my road title, but i arty have it. but it will be like winning my road title for the first time there and creating history. coming up in a moment, the papers.
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hello and welcome to our look ahead to what the the papers will be bringing us tomorrow. with me are the former fleet street editor, eve pollard and the political correspondent for the finacial times — laura hughes borisjohnson returning boris johnson returning to borisjohnson returning to face the house of commons. to face the house of commons after the supreme court ruling that his prorogation of parliament was illegal. even i watched it on tv, you're in the chamber and both the atmosphere
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like? it was a really toxic atmosphere. i have never seen such vitriolic both sides of the commons chamber. there was future pause from the tory mp side —— huge applause. but then you're these consistently shouting at him that he is a liar and a fraud. and that he should be in jail. and a fraud. and that he should be injail. they were really and a fraud. and that he should be in jail. they were really going for him. it was an incredibly volatile environment. and then there was the speaker that said we need to hear, because it is almost impossible on tv to hear what people were saying. and this is reflected in the front page of the independent which hopefully you can see here. no apology to have acted unlawfully and he refuses to say sorry. and in reference to the huge applause and prolonged applause. although i absolutely get there was people out
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there and i remember hearing people say for ages that we have to work together. we have to find a deal because while this prorogation has been going on, people up and going to their constituencies and people have had enough. which ever side, people just can't bear the fact that this is going on and on and when you think the whole world things are house of parliament is the mother of all parliaments. it does not seem like a mother, it seems like a badly behaved child. john did say a few times, just think about what this looks like to the outside world. it got really quite vicious in the end, when female labour mp said to boris johnson that he could please tone down his language and referring to a bill that was passed a few weeks ago as the surrender bill. she said that language is incredibly dangerous. as the surrender bill. she said that language is incredibly dangerousm designed to stop in 0dell brexit. and she gives very long speech and
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talks about her friend i was killed in borisjohnson talks about her friend i was killed in boris johnson replied, talks about her friend i was killed in borisjohnson replied, i never heard such a humbug. and that was the mood of the commons. dabbles in whole place erupted and the speaker had to say stop, stop, stop. —— that was when. she said she was getting threats and the whole thing has become so aggressive. the country, not just here. become so aggressive. the country, notjust here. in so many people's families are being threatened. it is so families are being threatened. it is so interesting look at the way it's being reflected in the papers. and also different papers of different viewpoints. mp fury as johnson claims to speak for britain on brexit. and he was stubborn on
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brexit. and he was stubborn on brexit. what boris johnson is basically saying is the opposition parties, table a vote of no confidence to me and the angle that the guardian is taken is very much with this opposition parties are saying and that is no, we are not going to do that because if we give you an election before you have requested an extension, we still risk crashing out of the eu without a deal and they do not want that. they see this as a trap and that is why they are not triggering an election. for so long they say they wa nt election. for so long they say they wantan election. for so long they say they want an election, they want an election and they always refer to that and say up until five minutes ago, they were screaming for an election and now they did they don't wa nt to election and now they did they don't want to do it. it makes them look like they're on the back foot
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because normally we have a parliament like this, does not have majority and you would normally go for the jugular. majority and you would normally go for thejugular. but they majority and you would normally go for the jugular. but they are waiting, my feeling is in november there will be an election. they are i'iei’vous there will be an election. they are nervous about the date the election could come. the liberal democrats, they have said that if you go and request an extension and guarantee that you'll extend it and then we'll have an election tomorrow. that is theirargument in team have an election tomorrow. that is their argument in team boards this evening was saying that you are playing chicken. we are not going to do that. because downing street is saying that they are not going to trigger a vote of in themselves. but it was almost like come on down and have a go. this is a part of their strategy and they will do it. and
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boris will take half of that applause because notice that he was speaking very gentle about the one who did not vote and was removed. people were saying, that he was being very nice about them. the olive branch or to being spread about. let's turn to the telegraph which takes a different viewpoint. parliament must stand aside or face it's day of reckoning. i am wondering what you make of the language around this and boris johnson's attempt to almost pitch himself as i am the spokesman for the people against the establishment. from his point of view, that is absolutely the right thing to say because certainly, and to be fair, television companies have done this before, the go to places that voted leave and people are very fed up. they say that they voted for this and do our votes i cover something. people who voted
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leave because the phone nobody listened to them at all in the first place. so they definitely feel it 110w place. so they definitely feel it now and so you really get a feeling that he is saying that i am standing up that he is saying that i am standing up to the people, they voted for this and that we would recognise what this was, which ever way the referendum went and interestingly i thought the lib dems are quite quiet and the tories. and it was really, they were much more quiet because they were much more quiet because they decided they do not want to have referendum they want to remain and that's it. interestingly the telegraph got the story tonight that they wanted to have a three—day prorogation. a tory party conference which probably means that they would like to have that because they get to galvanise people and then have a chance to have interrupting. and
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labour might vote against it and begin to see which direction that goes. going on to the financial times. a defiant borisjohnson. picking up on but i was saying about him and his strategy being the people voted leave against the parliament. court defeat brushed off. he said he agreed with the supreme court decision but he did kind of brush it aside. what are the implications of that? that they have become central to his message and this wraps up in the supreme court decision. they are lumping it all together and defeats into this euro sceptic idea of a liberal elitist london establishment whose sole purposeis london establishment whose sole purpose is to stop brexit and that is their agenda and that is an easy
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message for them to sell when he goes around and speaks to leave voters. he said he disagrees with the judgement and he repeated what his attorney general, their judgement to make, their call and they they disagree with that in they acted in good faith. but the fact that he did not apologise, the fact that he did not apologise, the fact that he's stuck on his message tells you what their strategy is in their central message this evening was if you do not call a vote of no confidence, we will take that as a vote of confidence in us and our central message which is we will leave the eu at the end of october deal or no deal. being really stubborn because they believe this will play out very well. but the supreme court judgement shows that
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actually, he is not above the law and if he does seek to push aside without a deal, parliament and the supreme court may before stacked again in this dynamic is going to continue in this argument. and the eu was constantly saying, unless you can get this to parliament, why should we go into serious negotiations. and how should we feel you'll get this through because they are more tired of this than we are. the best solution for boris johnson is that he gets a deal and that he gets it through. i do not think you can do that now. but he was saying there was something said there was movement on but we do not care that much of it. but to be fair, in away, he is saying i'm in the middle of a negotiation. every time you do this, makes it harder for negotiation. every time you do this, makes it harderfor me negotiation. every time you do this, makes it harder for me to get a negotiation. every time you do this, makes it harderfor me to get a deal because they look at what we do a
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parliament and they say ok they will never find it out and then they'll stick with the backstop. how many constituencies in europe do not want us constituencies in europe do not want us to go? we will leave it there, hold those thoughts, that is it for the papers at this hour. we'll be back at half past 11 for another look at the papers. the headlines are coming up at 11 expo and it is the weather. looking at u nsettled unsettled conditions coming this way of the next few days event showers today but that is the kind of weather that we are going to have to get used to. the rain over the next few days with some strong wind as well. bring rain tonight, this area of cloud is coming our way for tomorrow, bringing showers in this area of cloud is going to swing across the uk for friday, bringing for some of the somewhat weather and then spend all of the way to the atlantic, and this one quite a nasty
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area of low pressure that is going to bring some wet and windy weather particularly to england and wales as he had to the weekend. so we are in for quite a turbulent run for sure. we have rain pushing its way eastwards a cross we have rain pushing its way eastwards across the uk in the rain will ease across western areas later i will ease across western areas later , but showers will be quite dusty and 1115 degrees is your overnight lows. tomorrow, rain across parts of northeast scotland and clear out the way 11—15. but in times of northern ireland and scotland will give some lengthy spells here and across his northern areas in the south and east, there was to be showers but there should be some slightly bigger gaps between any downpours. tomorrow night, as you can see from the charts, the showers just continue to feed and undiscussed to south—westerly winds. there will be some further rain at times, particularly across the western
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coasts. temperatures will cool off across northern ireland and scotland and takes into friday and there'll be another shower merging together as you have a lengthier spell of rain and across england and wales with some heavy downpours here. they'll be a clustering date with 30 01’ they'll be a clustering date with 30 or a0 mile they'll be a clustering date with 30 or40 mile an they'll be a clustering date with 30 or a0 mile an hour when across some of our coast and hills, particularly across the south and temperatures continue to slowly slump across northern ireland and scotland so feeling cooler and fresher here. beyond that as we head into the weekend with gusts on that area of low pressure, on the satellite picture, that is going to bring heavy rains and strong winds but the northward extensive where that low is going to still open to a little bit of uncertainty and at the moment, the strongest winds had across england and wales and track a little bit further northwards and we can get some wet or windy or whether towards northern ireland and in the weekend a little bit some of us will have a bit of a wet and windy day
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through saturday and sunday as well.
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this is bbc news. i'm rebecca jones. the headlines at 11:00: boris johnson returned to the commons today to face the anger of many mps. parliament resumed its business this morning after the supreme court found that mrjohnson had acted unlawfully when he suspended proceedings after yesterday's ruling, mr speaker, the prime minister should have done the honourable thing and resigned. this parliament must either stand aside and let brexit done or bring a
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vote of confidence and finally face the day of

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