30/08/2016 Reporting Scotland


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The mystery of a woman from London found dead on an Edinburgh golf

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course. Her brother makes an appeal for witnesses. We're going round in

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circles trying to think of what happened and just not knowing. It

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has also emerged that five Metropolitan Police officers are

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facing misconduct. Also on the programme,

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The SNP's plan to keep the UK pound after independence may

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have been a mistake - Liam Fee's social worker is accused

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of failing to involve child protection workers in his case,

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after he was found badly bruised. The seemingly glamorous lives

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of many footballers may mask mental And, the amateur orchestra

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from Stirling hoping to strike the right

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note on television. Five Metropolitan police officers

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are facing misconduct investigations over a missing woman

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whose body was found The remains of Saima Ahmed

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who was from London were found Our reporter,

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John McManus is there Five Metropolitan Police officers

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now facing questions over how they handled the initial reports that

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Saima Ahmed had disappeared from her home a year ago today. Her remains

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were found here in January. Three questions the police want answered,

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why did she leave her home, how did she die, why were her remains found

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here? Gorka Byrne of course in January. It is here that the remains

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of Saima Ahmed were discovered and identified. So far that is all that

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Police Scotland know about the circumstances surrounding the death.

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She left her home near Wembley Stadium a year ago today. Police

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believe she took the train to Edinburgh. They don't understand how

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her remains came to be at the golf Edinburgh. They don't understand how

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course. Her brother came to the golf course with the police to try to jog

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memories. He said the family were devastated by news of her death. My

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mother was at home and she found out and she was hysterical and upset,

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before that you kind of had hope that maybe she is OK in some way,

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she is fine. Her family said the Metropolitan Police ignored pleas to

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update the missing persons enquiry, meaning it was too late to acquire

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potentially crucial CCTV footage of her movements. From the time of her

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going missing to the remains being discovered, that has been the

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biggest significant challenge, the period of time between her going

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missing and her body being found and it significantly hampered us piecing

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together her journey from London. This morning, the IPCC announced

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that five Metropolitan Police officers were being investigated for

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misconduct and gross misconduct. Meanwhile, Police Scotland say they

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hope highlighting the anniversary of her disappearance will lead to fresh

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leads. The family are desperate for any leads as to what happened to her

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sister. He hopes that somebody's memory will be job and someone will

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remember a crucial piece of information.

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One of the Scottish government's key economic advisers says the SNP's

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plan to keep the pound after independence may

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Later this week it's expected Nicola Sturgeon will relaunch

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the party's independence campaign, but Nobel prize-winning economist

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Joseph Stiglitz has urged Scotland to consider its own currency.

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Our political correspondent Nick Eardley reports.

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Which currency would shoppers like these ones in Glasgow use if

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Scotland were to go it alone? That is a question the SNP will be

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exploring as it looks again at its argument for independence. It is a

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question that matters, not just because of the type of money that

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comes out of machines like this. The currency country uses affect trade

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and it affects how the cash in your bank account works. What is best is

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keeping the pound. In 2014 the Scottish Government argued for a

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currency union, sharing the pound we had with the rest of the UK. Now

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this man, a key adviser to Nicola Sturgeon, says that might have been

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wrong. They wanted as smooth transition as possible. Keeping the

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currency and keeping other forms of institutions. I think in hindsight,

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that may have been a mistake. What else could be on offer if there is

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another vote on independence? Keeping the UK pound is an option.

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So is joining the euro. The SNP and Joseph Stiglitz do not like that.

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Might Scotland have to revisit if it wants into the EU as an independent

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country? Then there is a new currency, the Scottish pound, Joseph

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Stiglitz reckons that could help boost the economy. What they would

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have needed to do is resurrect the Scottish pound, let it float. Small

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countries can have their own currency. The political debate is

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important. The Conservatives and Labour say that Joseph Stiglitz's

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comments show a fundamental problem with independence. Stay in the UK

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and keep the UK pound. The SNP says there will need to be proper debate

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before it changes that possession, but the Greens support an

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independent Scotland having its own currency. First Minister still

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believes another referendum is highly likely. So too, future

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analysis of further options on the cash in your pocket.

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A hearing into the conduct of a social worker who dealt

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with the murdered Fife toddler Liam Fee has been told she decided

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child protection workers should not intervene

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A conduct hearing is examining charges against Lesley Bate

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involving a total of sixteen children.

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Andrew Anderson, who's in Dundee, can tell us more.

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She is not attending the hearing but today we heard more about her time

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as a social worker with the child protection team in Glen Lee Roth --

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in Glenrothes. That came from a colleague who investigated her

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conduct. She was asked to investigate concerns over the

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welfare of Liam Fee. She'd been worried about bruises on the toddler

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including a massive bruise on his forehead and was concerned he may

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have been knocked unconscious. Lesley Bate visited the family home

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and she accepted his mother's explanation and recommended no

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further involvement. However, the childminder raised further concerns

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about a neck injury and she was told to speak to the childminder again so

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a decision could be made on whether to refer his case to the department.

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However, Lesley Bate failed to follow up on the case and there were

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no note about it on computer systems. She described these as

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unacceptable feelings and said allegations of child abuse should

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have been followed up in a robust manner. Lesley -- Liam Fee died and

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was murdered by his mother and her partner. The case is being heard by

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the Scottish social services Council and is due to conclude on Friday.

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Liam Fee has ruined graced her registration but does not accept any

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of the charges against her. The continuing plight of migrants has

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been highlighted after 6500 people were rescued from the Mediterranean

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in one day. Agencies view the continuing influx could overwhelm

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the camps set up to oppose them across Europe. In his special

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report, a reporter has been to see how aid from Scotland is attempting

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to help. A group of Serbian nurses came to

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help, and they are still revered here. That's tradition continues

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today as more refugees and migrants become trapped the border with

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Hungary. Supplies are tightly rationed. A small cup of noodles

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each. When this camp was set up it was meant to be a one-stop centre

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for people travelling on their way to northern Europe. Because of the

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changes in border crossings, people are getting stranded here. There are

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500 people in this one plays alone. They stop here, every four months.

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That is an enormous strain on the local aid workers. The problems we

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are facing is our capacity is overstretched, people who are

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volunteers doing this for 12 months, 24 hours a day. A few miles

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volunteers doing this for 12 months, this warehouse was full of aid sent

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from Scotland but is emptying fast. The capacity is maxing out and they

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need replenishing with resources such as clothing, food, food stocks,

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cooking items, Serbia can deal with the problem but they need help. Back

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in Glasgow, they are sorting through the next load. Trucks will be

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heading there soon but they say it is not enough. The reality is the

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scale, the number of people travelling to get to places like

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Glasgow, Germany, Sweden, etc, we can only provide a small amount of

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what they need. In Serbia, agencies are predicting a second wave of

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refugees but even now they say they are having to deal with it every day

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and think for the best. This hospital was set up by Doctor

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Catherine MacPhail from Glasgow. It closed many years ago but out of

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sight a small family of refugees live here. Perhaps she would have

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approved. Still to come on tonight's

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Reporting Scotland... The escalating war of words

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following the deaths of birds of prey is to stop and the last Scot

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hoping to get in the Ryder Cup team misses out.

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People who suffer child abuse have met the Deputy First Minister to

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find out what has happened in the enquiry. There have been accusations

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that the remit was to -- was narrow. What did they learn? Separate

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meetings at St Andrews house, the building behind me, for survivors

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and victims of abuse. They heard from John Swinney exactly what has

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changed since he saw them in July. That earlier meeting was prompted by

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the resignation of the enquiry chair and another panel member. There had

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been hopes that would provide an opportunity to reboot the enquiry

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process, to look at the remit, should it consider accusations of

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children in residential care and open the question of compensation

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for survivors of abuse. For those who met the Deputy First Minister, a

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strong declaration that their search for justice goes on. I said they did

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it with the quarry is, people came forward, spoke about experience, I

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report was written up and that is probably in the long grass. You

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cannot keep doing that to survivors because what you are doing is

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abusing them again. I want to find out if it is a cover-up or

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ineptitude or if they are not grasping the scale of the problem

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but we need to get this right and people have been denied justice for

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decades. John Swinney issued a statement in the last 30 minutes

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saying he'd had a constructive and positive meeting, they had discussed

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ongoing issues with the public enquiry and the roll-out of a

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national support network and he said it was important that ministers

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carried on liaising with and listening to survivors of abuse.

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Problems with mental health are not always associated

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But a survey of Scottish footballers has found that of 600 players

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questioned two thirds either had a mental health issue or knew a team

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The other sporting stars of Scotland's most popular game. New

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research shows that many are struggling with their mental health.

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We surveyed SPFL players, we got a return of over 600. 64% of them

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either themselves or someone they knew closely, he made a friend, had

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mental health issues in the recent past. The perception is that food

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mental health issues in the recent bowls have enviable, desirable

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lifestyles. Why are so many of them affected with mental health issues?

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They are young, active meals, a group that engages less well with

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health professionals. Whilst we do have some footballers that earn a

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lot of money, the vast majority will be part-time, have two jobs, family

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issues, employment issues, the same worries that everybody else has.

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Great goal! He was a hero to Aberdeen fans in the 90s but even

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when that reveals two suicide attempts amidst severe depression.

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Yellow mac I can remember waking up on the kitchen floor with tablets

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and vomit over me. Neil Lennon struggled in his playing career. I

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would be in a room full of people and feel like the loneliest guy in

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the world. The only thing I wanted to do was lie in bed or shot myself

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away. Eventually, when I was taking the antidepressants, and they

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started to kick in, I slowly started seeing the light again. There is

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almost a fear of coming out and the stigma attached to mental health.

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Footballers can say it is all right it is not OK, then we can encourage

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young men, who engaged badly and have a high suicide risk, to come

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out and accept help. A new programme will be offered to players and clubs

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throughout Scottish football. Investigations are continuing

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into the disappearance of several birds of prey around grouse shooting

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estates in the Highlands. Earlier this month, the RSPB said

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a rare hen harrier had been lost in the same area that a number

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of golden eagles have gone missing. But gamekeepers are now hitting back

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- one claiming that the incidents These are special chicks. Scotland

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is home to just 500 breeding pairs of hen harriers. The population's

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been declining. So, when a satellite tagged bird simply disappeared off

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the radar, those monitoring its progress voiced their suspicions as

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hen harriers do predate on grouse. These transmitters are exceptionally

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reliable pieces of kit. They cost ?3,000 a time. They've been tagged

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on other species all over the world and are very reliable. It strongly

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suggests of human interference. The hen harriers went missing in an area

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in which eight golden eagles have gone missing in the past five years.

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One gamekeeper who knows these Hipswell believes there's a

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conspiracy afoot to deliberately target people who manage grouse

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moors. I believe there's no evidence been produced. I don't know if its

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as a police matter. If they've been informed. Normally, if a crime's

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been committed, you should call in the police and the cull rids should

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be put in front of a court of law. This is a kangaroo court going on

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here at the moment. I just can't agree with that. The Scottish

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Government has warned land managers it's considering a licensing scheme

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for shooting estates to ensure they behave ethically. That's what the

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RSPB wants. Other pressure groups have called for grouse shooting to

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be outlawed altogether. The suspicion within many people within

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the shooting lobby is this whole controversy over the disappearance

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and deaths of birds of prey has been whipped up by conservationists with

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one aim in mind, that is the shutting down of grouse shooting

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altogether. Make no mistake, there is a battle taking place over these

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tranquil hill sides. The casualties appear to be the birds of prey.

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A look at other stories from across the country.

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It's emerged that about 40 pieces broke off the Transocean Winner

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oil rig when it hit rocks at Dalmore Bay on the west side of Lewis.

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Dive teams have been examining the damaged installation now it has

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been refloated and towed to a safe anchorage on the other side

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Councillors in Edinburgh have agreed to proceed with an ambitious cycle

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path that will link east to west Edinburgh.

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However, they have agreed to set up a working group

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Some local businesses have opposed the route because they fear it

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will have an negative impact on trade.

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While supporters say it will boost fitness and improve air quality.

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Four conservation charities have joined forces to oppose plans

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for a new championship links golf course near Dornoch in Sutherland.

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They claim the project would destroy one of Scotland's last remaining

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undeveloped coastal dune habitats if it gets the go ahead.

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What's said to be the world's most powerful tidal energy turbine

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is about to enter its final stage of testing

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at the European Marine Energy Centre in Orkney.

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It's estimated that the device is capable of generating two megawatts

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of electricity - enough to power around 1,000 homes per year.

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The sectors convergend on initially looks like an underwater turbine at

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the bottom of the seabed. We've approached the challenge in a

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different way. We've mounted the turbines on a floating platform.

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Members of Edinburgh's transport committee have voted to push ahead

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with proposals to put Lothian Buses under the direct management

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of the arms-length company Transport for Edinburgh

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The decision came despite protests outside the City Chambers by workers

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who fear that profits from one of the last remaining municipal bus

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companies in the UK will be used to pay for the extension

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A stray rhea that had been on the loose for a month

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in South Lanarkshire has been captured -

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but its fellow escapee is still on the run.

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The flightless birds, which are related to ostriches

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and emus, broke out from a smallholding in Wilsontown,

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There will be no Scots in this year's European Ryder Cup team

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failed to make Darren Clarke's final selection.

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that the country hasn't had a representative.

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My first wild-card is... Time tor the big Ryder Cup reveal. The

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captain about to announce his wild-card picks. Lee Westwood. My

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second wild-card is Martin Kaymer. My third wild-card is Thomas peters.

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No place to Scots contender Russell Knox. He narrowly missed out on one

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of nine performance-based automatic qualification spots. Now, he's

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missed out on a captain's discragsry pick. There was a lot of competition

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for those picks. We should be disappointed. I'm sure Russell Knox

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will be disappointed and angry. Everyone picked is lower in the

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world rankings than he is. Knox has lost out to Lee Westwood, the world

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number 46. Martin Kye mother, ranked at 50 and rookie Thomas Pieters

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ranked 41st. I phoned Russell yesterday to give him the

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information is one of the toughest yesterday to give him the

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phone calls I've had to make. Some people say he deserved the position.

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I put them side by side. I've always been a Thomas Pieters fan. From the

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roaring 20s to the 21st Century, Scots golfers have played prominent

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roles in Ryder Cup teams. Not this year though.

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An amateur orchestra based in central Scotland is hoping

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Stirling Orchestra is the only Scottish finalist in a BBC

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It's meant months of intense rehearsal for the musicians,

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Isn't this exciting? Exciting and perhaps just a little terrifying.

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Stirling orchestra takes to the stage. Nerves drawn as tight as the

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strings. One, two, three... It's round one to find the UK's top

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amateur orchestra. Stirling are flying the flag for Scotland. The

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conductor is confident. We have a huge range of abilities within the

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orchestra. You can still achieve a really successful concert if you

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look for everyone to play together well. Back in stern, it's practice

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night for the players. And their well. Back in stern, it's practice

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followers. The piece is demanding. But the effort brings rewards.

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Coming to orchestra once a week forces you into that routine of

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getting the instrument out of the case on a regular basis. That

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improves your playing over a longer case on a regular basis. That

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peered of time. It's enjoyable as well. -- over a longer period of

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time. 250 orchestras from across the UK tried out for this classical

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battle of the bands. Stirling made it to the final five. The judges

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want some fine tuning. You're good but you don't do what's in the

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parts! There were just eight weeks between the first rehearsal and the

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first knockout round. It's meant a lot of Hart work. They're hoping to

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inspire others. I really hope those people who've vile lips under the

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bed and trumpets in the cupboard will be inspired to dust them down

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and come along and be welcomed as I was all those years ago. For this

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orchestra, music is more a passion than a profession. And they're going

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all out to show they're the best in Britain.

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And you can see how Stirling get on tonight at nine o'clock on BBC Four

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in "All Together Now - The Great Orchestra Challenge".

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We've had a fine day with decent spells of sunshine. Temperatures

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responded quite nicely in the sunshine. 20-22 Celsius in the with

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a high of 25 Celsius in Fife. Not bad for the end of August. Not

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everywhere has seen sunshine. Rain feeding into the Western Isles

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during this afternoon. This evening and tonight that continues to spill

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in through much of the north-west. Some fairly heavy pulses of rain for

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a time. Gradually tracking its way eastwards during the night.

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Generally becoming lighter and patchier as it does so. The rain

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will be acaptainied by a fairly brisk south-westerly winds. Perhaps

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touching grail force for a time across the Western Isles and nor

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north-western coastal areas. A mild night to come for all of us.

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Temperatures no lower than 11 or 12 Celsius are. Tomorrow morning, we

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see rain clearing fairly quickly to the east. Behind that, we have

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fairly brisk west to south-westerly winds. They will drive in a number

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of showers especially through western and northern areas. Taking a

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closer look tomorrow afternoon, around 4.00, showers to come across

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the south-west, central areas. Towards the Western Isles and

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north-west highlands. There will be some bright or sunny spells in

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between the showers. The best of the sunshine tomorrow is likely further

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east you are. Fewer showers here. For all of us, a fresher feel

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tomorrow with those brisk winds. Temperatures generally around 15-20

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Celsius. For the evening period, we continue along the theme of sunshine

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and showers. However, during Wednesday night, a ridge of high

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pressure will build in resulting in some dry and fairly settled

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conditions as we head into Thursday. Though this rain will tend to arrive

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later. Thursday in the morning, just a few showers across the north-west.

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Otherwise dry and bright. We will see some rain arriving from the west

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later. That's the forecast. Our next main bulletin is just

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after the ten o'clock news. Until then, from everyone

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on the team, good evening.

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