more of that cloud feeding up from the south. quite cloudy for many of us, actually. best of the sunshine in the west. there will also be some showers, some of which could be wintry over higher ground. top temperatures around five, six or seven degrees. just a taste of what is to come next week because it looks pretty likely that we�*ll see north or north—easterly winds feeding a plunge of cold air across the uk. and that brings with it the chance of some wintry showers. now, the details of the forecast will change between now and then. and there should be a lot of dry weather around, but some wintry showers are possible and it is set to feel really quite cold.
sacked from her position — something she says was a result of her uncovering this evidence. in simple terms, what was going on is that the decisions that were made by fifa at that time and probably still now, who knows? but certainly at that time were not based on merit. they were based on what the arrangements were or what the deals were that were going on behind closed doors. and so on the one hand, a lot of people around the world thought the bidding process, for example, was something that was actually a proper competition between countries who wanted to host the world cup. but in fact, it was based on the deals and the counter deals and the double deals that were going on. i should point out at this stage that fifa and qatar have denied those allegations, your time representing australia for that world cup bid. just talk us through the sense that you had when something wasn�*t right or that, you know, there was something suspicious going on. and and what happened after you started to talk
in the second 45- minutes, unbelievable. it was a miracle. before the match i cannot even imagine it so it is really amazing. japan's win meant that germany were eliminated on goal difference — it's the second world cup in succession where they've gone out at the group stage. here's how group e finished — not as many experts might have predicted — withjapan on top, and spain going through in second place. there was also an unexpected winner in group f. morocco beat already eliminated canada — giving them top spot — because belgium could only manage a draw against croatia. that means the belgians, who went into the tournament ranked second in the fifa standings, are out. that means we have two more round—of—i6 games confirmed: on monday, japan's reward for topping their group is a match against croatia — and on tuesday, morocco take on their neighbours spain. that all meant quite a lot to these moroccan fans —
it and uruguay go through it and i think a lot of good minds —— ghanaians will be upset and it will be quite a grudge match. i would like to see them go through and get revenge but if i were a betting man i would bet on uruguay.— bet on uruguay. going back to jaan's bet on uruguay. going back to japan's performance _ bet on uruguay. going back to japan's performance where . bet on uruguay. going back to| japan's performance where the expectations that they could do this will? , , ., this will? definitely not. certainly _ this will? definitely not. certainly not _ this will? definitely not. certainly not for - this will? definitely not. certainly not for me - this will? definitely not. certainly not for me andi this will? definitely not. i certainly not for me and for many who have seen good spain were in their opening game winning 7—0. germany went out in the last your pick—up but they are still a european powerhouse an incredible team with superstars in the ranks. i thinkjapan, the story between them and australia as well, a couple of months ago i think are the stories that we live for at the world cup we love and the underdog and japan and australia have deftly shown us that it australia have deftly shown us thatitis australia have deftly shown us that it is possible to get out of these groups of death as a like to call them. with some of the biggest hitters of the world and an incredible story and i hope it continues. i
down as probably the worse republican candidate in the history of politics. no way to run away from that. and i think the energy level behind his support, the best case being made right now is well, he is going to be a republican vote for us. certainly that means a lot to me. i care about republicanism. i care about conservatism. i'm passionate about it. but i also think we're able to have conversations and be able to mold and mend our legislative priorities as we move forward. but, look, this has been -- we're either going to learn from this or we're not. i think there is a chance we can't. >> thank you both very much. i appreciate it. . >> thank you. >> thank you. next a cnn exclusive, we hear from a protester inside china who is protesting his country's strict covid lockdowns. you see that blur. wait until you see this interview next. plus, president biden about to hold his first state dinner with french president emmanuel macron. we're going take you to the white house this hour. but seriously we need a reliablele way to help kekeep everyone connected from wherever we go. well at at&t we'll help you find
because the prices are measured in dollars, and the pound has lost a lot of value in the last 12 months. ana nicholls is managing editor at the economist intelligence unit. here she is on why new york and singapore are right up there. it's partly because of strong currencies. to distinguish two things, one is a local currency inflation rate which as you say was the fastest we've had in the survey for at least the last 20 years. and then also we have on top of that the strong dollar and because we actually compare all of the cities in dollar terms, we have to use an international currency, the dollar is the most obvious one to use. that means that a strong dollar pushes some of those cities up towards the top and new york, as you say, has come top for the very first time. ., ., , come top for the very first time. ., .,, ., , come top for the very first time. ., ,,, time. that was only because, managing _ time. that was only because, managing editor _ time. that was only because, managing editor at _ time. that was only because, managing editor at the - managing editor at the economist intelligence unit talking about cost of living pressures across the world and particularly in places like new york and right here in
rest of the country. why? bare rest of the country. why? are progressive — rest of the country. why? ﬁfe: progressive values are different things to different people here in the city. and to be clear, a lot of folks in san francisco, they want criminal justice reform. they want people to have second chances after making mistakes. for they have proven through a recall of her district attorney is the ultimate accountability and i think one of the biggest challenges that we struggled with, there was a time when accountability was not happening and someone was arrested for a crime and they were released and allowed to fight cases on the outside oftentimes, those cases which are not always violent would get dismissed with no consequence and i think things are changing revenue district attorney, finally, with the open—air drug dealing and some of the other challenges that exist there. people are being held without bail and forced to go to the process of fighting these cases and are being held
i knew what i was going to do. there is a lot of sacrifice to give us the right to vote. so i waited in line and voted. i was disappointed with the two picks. i knew what i was going do. i didn't select anybody. i printed the paperwork and put it through machine and moved on. it's that simple. i'm sure there are other folks out there. the story is jeff duncan didn't vote for herschel walker. the story is how did we get here, and what are we going learn from this lesson? are we going to continue to play the game and be team players. >> how did you get herschel walker on that ballot to begin with? >> because we're told to be team players as republicans. support donald trump, support the election is rigged stuff, support herschel walker. you know what? we don't need team players right now. we need team leaders as republicans. that's what we need if we're going to move this party forward. >> bakari, let me play a little more of what the former president said tonight. he is referencing this is the second time in the state in a matter of weeks. by the way, trump hasn't gone doing this telerally. this is the second time for
roulette: a story of wealth, power and vengeance in today's china." i hope you will read it. i found it incredibly powerful. desmond, you just saw selina, she shielded the identity of the protester she spoke with. but chinese officials are using a lot of methods to find these protesters to track them down. how concerned would you be if you were a protester? >> i think the risk is tremendous. i mean, there are reports that chinese has done this facial recognition even with your mask on. so i think the government is -- the crackdown is already happening. and i think given the record for the past decade, xi jinping's crackdown will be severe and brutal. >> and let me ask you about that. when you say "severe and brutal," what do you think xi will do to the protesters? >> their standard mode of
quite chilly in the east breeze, which will still be with us into sunday. i think we'll see more of that cloud feeding up from the south. quite cloudy for many of us, actually. best of the sunshine in the west. there will also be some showers, some of which could be wintry over higher ground. top temperatures around five, six or seven degrees. just a taste of what is to come next week because it looks pretty likely that we'll see north or north—easterly winds feeding a plunge of cold air across the uk. and that brings with it the chance of some wintry showers. now, the details of the forecast will change between now and then. and there should be a lot of dry weather around, but some wintry showers are possible and it is set to feel really quite cold.