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New figures identify the country's haves and have nots.

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The First Minister gathers a panel of international experts

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to advise her on improving education for children

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The child protection team which dealt with murdered toddler

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Liam Fee was dysfunctional and divided, a hearing

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It's just eight miles from Ferguslie Park in Paisley

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to the Whitecraigs area south of Glasgow, in East Renfrewshire.

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Ferguslie Park is officially the most deprived area in Scotland,

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while Whitecraigs is at the other end of the scale -

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The Government figures published today reveal a complex picture

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Our social affairs correspondent, Reevel Alderson is here to explain.

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The first question to ask is, what is deprivation?

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It's more than just being poor or on a low income.

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The Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation looks

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There are the obvious ones like income, employment

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and education, including the number of people going onto

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But it also examines health, housing, including the number

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of homes with central heating, crime levels and access to services

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such as post offices and transport links.

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For the second successive time, Ferguslie Park officially

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has the greatest level of deprivation in Scotland.

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It is second worst in Scotland for health outcomes

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And the area is sixth worst for income and employment levels.

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It's something the local council is already trying to address.

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It is one of 50 projcts operated by the council to tackle deprivation.

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Children get the best start in live life and their mothers can access

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financial housing and benefits advice. I have help from every

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aspect, talking about tax, benefit, talking about work. I used to think

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thing things, they don't work, and for people on benefits. It is no, it

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is to get people out. 240 families have received support from the

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scheme, organisers say it is successful because it is local. I

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think the local focus is key, services that are Renfrewshire wide,

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people for some reason don't access them. With the school at the centre

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means people access financial advice, housing advice, employment

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advice as well as their positive experiences for the children. This

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is part of a six million poverty fund. Too late to influence these

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years figures but it believes a significant attempt.

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This is not ever going to be an overnight

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It's in Ferguslie Park and other parts of Scotland.

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This investment is for the long-term.

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It's from the early years, the youngest in our

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It's about providing support for families.

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Deprivation is measured by seven different

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Ferguslie Park is second worst in Scotland

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Its sixth worst for income and employment levels.

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These figures come as research shows that

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people in deprived backgrounds pay more for services and utilities.

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It is important we have a inclusive growth so we pay attention the thing

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that all things being equal don't benefit from expansion in the

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economy and make concerted efforts to tackle the barriers of those

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places face. The index is published as research

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shows people from deprived backgrounds are paying a premium for

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being poor, with utilities and services costing them more. We found

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the premium exacerbates the effects felt by people living at or near the

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poverty line, there is big instances of cutting back on expenditure and

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food worryingly. There are plans to boost employment

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in Ferguslie Park with a new sports complex and Paisley's bid for City

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of Culture status. This measure of deprivation,

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last published four years ago, will be used by Government and local

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authorities to target resources Ministers admit they show tackling

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deprivation is "a significant The Prime Minister has been meeting

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the cab not at her official retreat. A statement after the meeting says

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while there is a commitment to the devolved nations to make sure Brexit

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works for all the timetable in terms of triggering Article 50 are up to

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the UK Government. Our political correspondent is at Chequers.

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If the Cabinet reached any firm conclusions on what form Brexit

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should take they are not giving much away, after meeting of the political

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cabinet this afternoon, Downing Street did confirm the desire to

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push ahead with the exit process, and it seems that Theresa May is

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looking for a bespoke deal for Britain, rather than some kind of

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off the shelf solution. What does this all mean for Scotland and the

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other devolved nations? A apparently ministers spent some time discussing

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the Prime Minister's commitment to make Brexit work for all, there is

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also clearly an emphasis though on the fact that the UK will take

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decisions about what form the negotiations will take, and they

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seem to be ruling out any kind of veto for Scotland and the other

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devolved nations on the timing of when that process begins. It will

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only begin though, when ministers agree what the future relationship

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between the EU and the UK they want will look like.

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The first advanced warship to be built in Glasgow in almost five

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It's been hailed as a rebirth of Clyde shipbuilding,

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but unions say there's still uncertainty about

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Here is the Clyde. And here is the Forth. The Navy's newest patrol

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vessel and the first advanced warship built on the river in almost

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five year, the project has been hailed as a return to traditional

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Glasgow shipbuilding but using modern and cost cutting technology.

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This is the first of three offshore patrol vessels being built on the

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Clyde for the Royal Navy and with negotiations on going to potentially

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build two more, management say the future is bright.

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Eight of these type 26 frigates are also due to be built on the Clyde,

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but the order has been delayed by the UK Government, while it seeks to

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reduce costs. Unions want that work to start as

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soon as possible, to avoid skilled workers having to transfer to other

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UK shipyards. What we really need is the type 26 programme to start

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earlier than the dates that were speculated on which was late 2017

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early 18. We need to get the manufacturing phase of that starting

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earlier so we can use the workforce we have on the Clyde. However, the

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shipyard operators say the work that is going on at the moment, lays the

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ground for future success. The offshore patrol vessels are a great

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example of us building up the capability in shipbuilding. It's a

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great path into type 26, these vessels are helping us own that

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capability and make us, you know, puts us in a good position for when

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we start that programme. The patrol vessel programme is due

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to last until autumn 2018. But then it is hoped new contracts will be in

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place, to secure the future of this Clyde workforce.

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And we can go now to our business and economy

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We can see the vessel behind you it is an impressive piece of work but

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the suggestion seems to be that the vessels like these are being used to

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keep the Clyde in business. Yes, for the Royal Navy these are nice to

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have but they are strategically not the reel deal. They might help in BA

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have but they are strategically not systems winning e port orders

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because they are less complex than the ships usually built on the Clyde

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for the Royal Navy and the Navy alone. It is to plug a gap in order,

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so the type 26 frigate, eight of them to be built on the Clyde, but

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the deal has not been signed off between the Ministry of Defence and

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BAE Systems. It is already, it is more than a year behind schedule,

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and they are to replace the type 23 frigate. We are now told by a

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Conservative peer speaking in the House of Lords just a few weeks ago,

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that the type 23 is to be refitted, we are not told how much that is

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going to cost, how long it will take, but that is connected, both

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with a capability gap also for the Royal Navy, and a need to keep work

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going in Britain's shipyards. What is the view on what needs to happen

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to give the industry here a sustainable future? Well, there is

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about 2300 people based working on these Clyde yards. They need to keep

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busy, the yards need to keep work going, there needs to be a drum beat

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of work. Some of them are commuting to Ross sit where they are

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completing the work on the aircraft carrier. Some are going to Cumbria

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to work on submarine, but they need, the unions say an order that will

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take up these offshore patrol vessels, as that work winds down,

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they need the work to come through, they need it next year rather than

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the likely date of late next year or into 2018. Now there are, there were

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originally supposed to be 13 ships built. They are looking at eight

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frigates and five less complex ships. Not clear where they are

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going to be built. We are hoping this year to, at the end of this

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year to get the outcome of a national shipbuilding strategy. What

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is this and what difference will it make? Well, yes, we thought we had

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the strategy sorted out with the closure of the Portsmouth shipyard

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leaving these yards as the only place where complex ships were to be

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built for the Royal Navy. In the budget earlier this year, George

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Osborne, then the Chancellor announced there would be a strategic

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review of shipbuilding under an industry veteran, Sir John Parker,

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he has been asked to look at it on a regular footing, value for money,

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maintaining jobs and skills in Britain as well. We thought we had

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that already agreed but he is looking a it again. It may be he

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wants to increase the capacity of the shipbuilding in Britain, perhaps

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for merchant shipping, we will find out, we hope, later this year.

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Did you know Scotland now has an international council

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They've been having their first meeting.

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It's part of the Government's drive to reduce the so-called

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attainment gap in schools, where children from low-income

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households do significantly worse at school than those

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The experts gathered with the First Minister at a primary

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school in East Lothian, from where our political

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It is a challenge for the kids at this primary school. The daily mile

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races their fitness levels P -- raises. Setting a challenge of our

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own the First Minister wants to improve Scotland's education. Aided

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by advisers from across the world, she wants to close the attainment

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gap. Schools should be places where we support children to overcomedies

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advantage, and that makes it all the more important we focus on what

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schools can do, to help young people overcome any disadvantage they come

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across and that is why we are putting emphasis on the attainment

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gap and how to close it. It is a modern school, far cry from the

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Victorian classrooms in perhaps many of which were educated. During those

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time Scotland's education system was top of the class: So to improve the

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system, excellence and equity are said to be the guiding principles,

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in these reforms. One adviser from Boston n the US, says they don't

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want to close the attainment gap by meeting in the middle but by

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reaching for the top. If you give attention to everybody the range in

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a class narrow, it becomes easier to teach the kids to engain them,

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because you are not distracted with behavioural problems with kids who

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are finding the learning too difficult and so on. The

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Conservatives say the Scottish Government must take note of what

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the advisers actually say. Labour are more critical. I would be very

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concerned if the meetings with international advisers were similar

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Mr A smoke screen to hide the fact that the SNP have cut education

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budgets every single year, that we have over 4,000 fewer teachers in

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our school, that teacher training funding has been cut.

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There is a lot of hard work ahead. Involving these advisers means the

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First Minister is looking for an A for effort.

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A senior social worker has told a hearing that a child protection

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team which dealt with the murdered toddler Liam Fee was

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The hearing is investigating the conduct of Lesley Bate, who faces

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charges involving 16 children, including Liam.

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She was a member of the team in Fife.

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Andrew Anderson reports from the hearing.

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Sharon worked with her in 2013. They were social worker with the Child

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Protection Team based in Glenrothesful. She said Miss Bates

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that were given task that were not done or there was no record they had

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been done. In one case she said she had left a child in a vulnerable

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position. Leslie bathes and the team were

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involved in the case of Liam Fee. It is alleged Miss Bates failed to take

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the steps to protect him from harm and 15 other children between

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December 2011 and August 2014. Sharon Bar told the hearing there

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was a split in the Child Protection Team in Glenrothes. There were

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personality clashes and it was divided into two camps. Some staff

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wouldn't speak to others unless they had to. She agreed that had an

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effect on two case, although neither was that of Liam Fee. Liam's mother

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and partner were jailed for his murder, concerns had been raised

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with social work for his safety but their trial heard Liam had fallen

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off the radar. That evidence came from the leader of the Child

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Protection Team Karen Pedder. She is due to give evidence tomorrow.

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Lesley bait is not attending this hearing and she has given up her

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social work registration, she does not admit to any of the charges

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against her. You're watching BBC

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Reporting Scotland. Ferguslie Park in Paisley is named

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as most deprived place in Scotland as new figures identify

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the country's haves and have nots. And we look at the comings and

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goings as the football transfer deadline looms.

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The issue of whether or not to resuscitate seriously ill

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Now the Scottish Government has updated its policy on how

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to deal with this difficult area of medicine.

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It emphasises the importance of talking to patients

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and their families about the potential consequences

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of reviving someone towards the end of their life.

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The new guidelines have been welcomed by one doctor whose husband

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It does not mean people are not going to be treated, it very much

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means they will be resuscitated if appropriate, they will be

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investigated and treated and diagnose. Most importantly, they

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will be treated as individuals and with dignity.

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MSPs who work for ministers are no longer going to be allowed

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to sit on parliamentary committees that review their bosses' work.

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The Ministerial Code of Conduct is to be changed after opposition

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parties complained it undermines scrutiny.

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Our political correspondent Nick Eardley is with me now.

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Is it a U-turn by the Scottish Government? It is a change of heart.

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A number of MSPs who worked closely with ministers are on the committee

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relevant to the minister's portfolio. The Education Secretary

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John Swinney's aid is on the education committee and critics ask

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whether someone so close to a minister can scrutinise their

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policies activity level. They say because Holyrood does not have a

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revising chamber like the House of Lords at Westminster, it is

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essential they question as robust Lee as possible. Margaret Mitchell

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welcomed the announcement. It is a victory for common-sense and a move

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that is welcome. It was not acceptable that people promoted and

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appointed as Parliamentary liaison officers to a particular ministers

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should then be a committee member of that minister's portfolio. There was

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a conflict of interest. What is the Scottish Government saying? Nicola

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Sturgeon announced the code would be revised so it does not happen any

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more. When initial concerns were raised the Scottish Government said

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there was not a reason that aid could not effectively scrutinise.

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The First Minister said there is no evidence of any conflict of

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interest. The rules are changing and evidence of any conflict of

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those currently on committees will be removed soon.

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The airline Jet2 has announced a recruitment drive

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as it expands services, including 160 new jobs based

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A total of 1,000 new flight and ground crew

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jobs are being created for its eight UK bases.

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The leisure airline flies 220 routes with 63 aircraft.

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It's investing in 30 new planes for delivery over

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A change in the traffic light sequence to ease congestion at one

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of the Highland capital's busiest roundabouts has failed to please

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Traffic jams have continued to build up at the busy Longman

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roundabout, in spite of a recent re-tuning of the lights.

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Bear Scotland, who manage the route on behalf of Transport Scotland,

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said it was early in the trial process and urged

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But the roads agency is being urged to take another look at the lights.

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Andy Murray will play Spain's Marcel Granollers

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in the second round of the US Open tennis.

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The Scot won his first round match at Flushing Meadows

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against Lukas Rosol of the Czech Republic last night.

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The second seed is looking to add the US title to his recent successes

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Andy Murray began his US Open campaign as the form player on the

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circuit. The Olympic champion aims for further glory at Flushing

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Meadows. With Ivan Lendl back in his corner for the first time since

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Wimbledon, much is expected of him over the next fortnight. World

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number 81 Lukas Rosol was the first obstacle. It became clear Andy

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Murray would not stumble as he took the first set with minimum fuss. His

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athleticism and shotmaking helped him race towards a second set. And a

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final booming serve wrapped up the third set and the match. First and

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second serve were good tonight and that is something I have worked on a

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lot. It was good, through the grass at Wimbledon, and was important for

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me. Especially in the final and the semis, not really giving up too many

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chances. That ruthlessness will be required more and more as the

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tournament progresses. Next up, Marcel Granollers, the Spaniard.

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It's transfer deadline day in the football world,

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and there are just over five hours left until the window shuts.

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Our reporter John Barnes has been following developments,

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I see over ?1 billion has been spent by clubs in England on fees.

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I believe it's considerably less up here, John.

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It sure is Jackie and by a long long way.

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Not too much being spent by Scottish clubs by way of fees.

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Rangers have signed the former Arsenal defender Philippe Senderos

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The Swiss international, who was a free agent, has been

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training with the Ibrox club recently and his signing

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will complete their business for this transfer window.

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Talks are continuing between Celtic and the Italian club Torino over

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the transfer of defender Jozo Simunovic.

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The Croatian's time at Parkhead has been hampered by injury

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and he hasn't played since the end of January.

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It looks as though Torino want to take him on loan

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but Celtic would prefer him to move permanently.

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Meanwhile Charlie Mulgrew's contract with Celtic expired in the summer

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and he's joined the English championship club Blackburn Rovers

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Elsewhere the Hearts striker Juanma has joined the Spanish side Murcia

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Inverness have signed the former St Johnstone and Hearts defender

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St Johnstone themselves have signed striker Joe Gormley on loan from

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Mathias Pogba is leaving Partick Thistle.

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The brother of Manchester United's world-record signing Paul

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who had his contract cancelled by mutual consent.

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Meanwhile Scotland international and Norwich striker

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Steven Naismith has been linked with a move to Sunderland.

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Naismith trained with the Scotland squad this afternoon

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as they prepared for Sunday's World Cup

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Already two other players have left the squad temporarily

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Chris Martin looks to be leaving Derby for Fulham while Ikechi

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Anya looks like moving to Derby from Watford.

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Well, one Scotland football international made his big money

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The teenager Oliver Burke left the English Championship for the top

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The fee was a new record for a Scottish player.

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Now he's vying for a starting place for his country.

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This is not just any Scottish footballer, it is the most expensive

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one. Sold by Nottingham Forest to Leipzig in Germany for ?30 million.

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The price tag aside, what is so special about Oliver Burke? The

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first day I saw him here, he blew me away. I was so excited by him. He is

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a young player making his way, so he has a long way to go but he has a

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tremendous amount to learn and develop as an international player.

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He has started just 13 games for Nottingham Forest but has won two

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caps for the national team in friendlies and he has been compared

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with one of the game's superstars. Gareth Bale for Wales. He is very

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much like Gareth Bale. I do not want to build him up to be Gareth Bale,

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he is his own man. But from what I have seen, his ability, the sky is

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the limit. It is all about his mentality and staying grounded and

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working hard. Gareth Bale helped Wales to the semifinals of the Euros

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2016. The Madrid player one of the world's best and being compared to

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him is praise indeed. Hang on, Oliver Burke might not even play

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against Malta on Sunday. Certainly in half a dozen positions two and in

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some cases three players who could be in those positions. He might well

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be the new Gareth Bale, but not yet. The last day of summer. What a

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summer it was. It has been a mixed bag. Good

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evening, the weather has not been too unkind today with a mixture of

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sunshine and showers. This evening, the showers will become increasingly

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confined to the north-west and far north, otherwise a dry end to the

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day for most of us with spells of brightness. A dry night will follow

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and there will be clear spells around with showers continuing

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across the far north. Brisk wind across the far north. Enough breeze

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to prevent the temperature falling away too far. Tomorrow, it dawns on

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a dry note with just one or two showers in the door. Brightness for

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a time, but cloud will increase, followed by outbreaks of rain, which

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will be accompanied by strengthening winds on western coastal areas,

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gradually moving east through the day will stop tomorrow afternoon,

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across the western Isles, much of the north-west Highlands, far North,

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Orkney and Argyll, persistent outbreaks of rain and breezy with

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risk south-westerly winds. Shetland and eastern coastal areas will hold

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onto something drier and possibly brighter tomorrow afternoon, lifting

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temperatures to 18 at best. Otherwise cloudy with light and

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patchy rain and temperatures around 15-17. Tomorrow evening, rain

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tracking eastwards. As we go through tomorrow night, it should clear into

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the North Sea and by Friday, we return to a mixture of bright or

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sunny spells and also showers, fairly heavy and frequent in the

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north-west, especially with the odd rumble of thunder, perhaps,

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otherwise try and bright weather with spells of sunshine.

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That is the campaign, he would appear to

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Mexicans as having committed almost the cardinal sin of

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