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Theresa May has ruled out a points-based system to

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That's all from the BBC News at Six, so it's goodbye from me,

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A shop owner from Clydebank admits murdering the teenager Paige Doherty

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after stabbing her dozens of times in a frenzied attack.

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Only John Leathem comic is the only individual who knows what went on in

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that shop that morning, and while he has told the court his reasons for

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what happened only he will truly know what happened that morning.

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A child has died after an e-coli outbreak,

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which health officials have linked to a South Lanarkshire cheese maker.

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We'll have a series of special reports on the impact of Brexit

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as the First Minister calls for a coalition with UK

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ministers who want to preserve links with Europe.

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And after battling back from injury, a hat-trick from Robert Snodgrass

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helps Scotland to victory over Malta, in their World Cup qualifier.

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A 32-year-old shop owner from Clydebank is facing a life

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sentence after he admitted murdering teenager Paige Doherty

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The 15-year-old suffered more than 140 separate

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She'd stopped off at the deli to buy her breakfast,

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Paige Doherty was one month shy of her 16th birthday. She lived with

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her family in Clydebank and had a part-time job at a hairdressers. On

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Saturday, 19th March, she was on her way there when she went into the

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Delicious Denly to buy a roll. Ten minutes later she was dead, stabbed

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more than 60 times. Friends and family raised the alarm that might

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win she had not turned up at work. An intense police investigation got

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win she had not turned up at work. under way with huge support from the

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local community. Her badly injured body was discovered two days later,

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yards from the busy great Western Road. A passer-by had seen legs

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protruding from the undergrowth. Two days after that John Leathem was

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arrested. CCTV pictures shown in court today told the story of how he

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had tried to cover up his crime. Minutes after the murder he pulled

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down the shutters on his business and was seen running in and out of

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neighbouring shops. He bought antibacterial wipes, bin bags and

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bleach. Further footage saw him driving away from the premises, the

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lifeless body of the teenager in the car boot. Then the court heard he

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had the body in his garden shed and went back to work. The next day he

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took his wife and baby girl on a family outing to the shores of Loch

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Lomond. On Monday it was business as usual. Today the QC for the defence

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told the court John Leathem was just an ordinary, normal person. John

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Leathem's account of what had happened was that the pair had gone

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into the back office to talk about the prospect of him giving her a

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job. When he did not instantly offer her the job he said Paige threatened

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to tell people he had touched her. They both stood up, he grabbed a

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knife, friends and evidence shows the teenager suffered over 140 wins,

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many defensive. We want to know what happened but perhaps more important

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for the family of Paige are the questions that haven't been

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answered. Only John Leathem is the only individual who knows what went

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on in that shop that morning and while he has told the court his

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reasons for what happened only he will truly know what happened that

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morning. Paige's family say they will never get over what happened.

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Her grandmother described her as an all-round good goal, kind, selfless

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person. The judge told John Leathem it had been a savage frenzied attack

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on a child. She deferred sentence until next month. Sally McNair,

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Reporting Scotland, Glasgow. A child, who was receiving treatment

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during an outbreak of the E.Coli 0157 bug in south

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Lanarkshire has died. The child was among 20

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confirmed cases of infection, which has been linked to a local

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cheese manufacturer. Our Social Affairs Correspondent

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Reevel Alderson is here now. Reevel, what do we know

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about the child who's died? We don't know very much, David, we

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don't know if it was a boy or a goal or where he or she died. The child's

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family has asked for privacy at this difficult time for obvious reasons

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so we are not even getting a statement from them. What is more,

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we don't know whether the child was one of the 11 people in that

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outbreak of 20 treated at hospital for this E. Coli 0157 bug. Health

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Protection Scotland which has been investigating the outbreak says all

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the cases were recorded in the first couple of weeks of July. Since then

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there have been no new cases, it has now closed its investigation and has

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begun to draw together all the evidence it has collated into a

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report which will come out in the next six months or so but it does

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say that epidemiological investigations identified this type

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of blue cheese as the most likely outbreak source and that is

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manufactured in south Lanarkshire. What has the cheese company said?

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Nothing today. The manager said to us that they would be making no

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further comment at all. A couple of weeks ago the set of very strong

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statement on their own website, a very strong rebuttal of all the

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allegations made against it, they said they could not understand why

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health protection Scotland had linked its cheese to this outbreak.

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It said that none of its Jesus, when tested, had proved positive for E.

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Coli, and it said, their conclusion was that the outbreak was more

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likely to have been caused by something with a shorter shelf life

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than its cheese, all by not food at all, David. Reevel, many thanks.

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The First Minister has offered to help build a "coalition"

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with like-minded Ministers in the UK Government who want to preserve

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links with the European Union - especially the single

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Nicola Sturgeon told BBC Scotland she was ready to work with those

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who acknowledged that leaving the single market would be

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The Scottish Secretary David Mundell stressed that the UK

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government would take the lead in Brexit negotiations.

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This from our political editor Brian Taylor.

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I think I should get a job here. Making her mark Nicola Sturgeon

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visits Alexander Dennis in Falkirk whose buses and coaches sold

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globally. She sees the European single market is vital to protect

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Scotland's trade links. She would prefer Scotland to stay in the EU

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but is willing to preserve as much as possible through UK negotiations

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including full membership of the single market. Can there be a

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coalition across the UK that gets the UK Government into a more

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sensible position? I think that is worth a good try.

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Theresa May, I don't know but she was indeed Remain side, presumably

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she knows the real risks of removal from the single market. Let's try

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not getting the UK into the best position because that in my view

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would be continued ownership of the EU but let's get the UK as a whole

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into the least worst position, staying in the single market. The

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Prime Minister faces worldwide staying in the single market. The

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warnings, Japan says accessing the single market is important for

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Japanese firms in Britain. The UK Government says it is open to ideas

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from Scotland, within limits. Of course the First Minister,

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responsible for devolved issues in Scotland has a very, very important

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role in formulating that position but there is not a veto in relation

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to that because of course, we have Scotland as two governments in terms

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of formulating the position and speaking for Scotland as a whole.

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Mentalist urgencies three elements to this debate. She wants to

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contribute to UK Brexit talks. She wants separately to protect Scottish

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interests like university stashed Nicola Sturgeon sees three elements.

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Then the third option, independence. The cabinet minister with specific

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responsibility for exiting the European Union has said

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there will be a FULL assessment of the impact of Brexit

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on the Scottish economy. David Davis told MPs he would be

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visiting Scotland soon to discuss in more detail how leaving the EU

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will work in practice. Our political correspondent,

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David Porter is at Westminster So, David do we know any more

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about Brexit will mean? For those MPs wanting chapter and

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verse on how Brexit will work, the ins and outs, I am reminded tonight

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of that catchphrase by the late entertainer, Paul Daniels, they like

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what they could a little but not a lot! I say that because there simply

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wasn't enough detail from David Davis for them. He said Brexit would

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lead to the UK leaving the European Union. No surprise there. No one at

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Westminster would have been surprised by that. There was no

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detail on the timing or the negotiation strategy, that will all

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come for another day. It was quite interesting that directly addressing

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the SNP benches, Mr Davies said that no part of the UK would have veto on

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the Brexit process. He also said he would be going to Scotland soon and

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that he would be looking at the impact of Brexit on all areas of the

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UK, including Scotland. In March the Secretary of State for Scotland

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stated that access to the single market of 500 million people reduces

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costs the Scottish businesses by removing barriers to the export

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market currently worth around ?11.6 billion. Can I ask what evaluation

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he himself has made on the impact of exiting the EU to the Scottish

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economy? She's right, that's the kind of thing we have to assess and

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we will, and carefully, because, I beg your pardon, I intend to deliver

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on our undertaking that we will make sure that this outcome serves all

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parts of the UK. And if you needed any example of how Brexit is

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dominating politics at Westminster, while that statement was going on

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elsewhere in the palaces of Westminster there was a discussion

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about a second EU referendum. More than 4 million people have signed an

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online petition saying they would like a second referendum. It gave

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MPs a chance to give their views but it will not happen, speaking in

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China at the G20's it Theresa May has said there will be no second EU

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referendum, Brexit is coming and it will happen -- at the G20's it.

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Thank you, David Porter at Westminster.

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While every Scottish local authoirty Scotland voted to remain

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in the European Union, not every region produced

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Moray voted only narrowly to stay, producing the closest referendum

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Jackie O'Brien's been back there to find out if voters

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Moreover, the land of whiskey, farming and fishing, is now also

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famed for becoming Scotland's most divided region over Europe. In the

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EU referendum a little over half of Moret voters voted to remain, with

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the Leave campaigning losing by only 122 votes. In spite of the mood

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music at this engine is keep fit class that still no regrets about

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breaking up with Brussels. I don't feel European. I feel a corrupt

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self-serving dishonest deceitful lot they are. Yet next door the position

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and pace is different. We live in a global world, and we need to live as

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a global citizen and to cut yourself off as a little island is a

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disaster. Most of this group wanted to Remain but the future is even

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more unclear for those migrated to Moret for a better way of life. It

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is a little worrying because we don't know what to do, are we going

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back home,? Most of those aboard for the local Leave campaign was found

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in the coastal communities of the area and the demise of the local

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fishing industry was a key factor in that decision. This fisherman,

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Douglas Innis, is one of many from his industry who voted to leave,

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believing the decision will bring some buoyancy back to the sector. We

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get 20% of the EU fishing quota, if we were in charge of more that it

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would be a growth industry. What you see now is a ghost town. Before the

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EU it wasn't, in the EU now it is. It speaks for itself. The people of

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Moret may remain split but they share the same interest in finding

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out exactly what Brexit will bring. Jackie O'Brien, Reporting Scotland,

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Moret. And how will Brexit affect

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Scotland's tourist industry? EU nationals have been among

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the most loyal and lucrative visitors, but a recent survey

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suggested that more than a quarter would be LESS likely to holiday

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here, because of the vote to leave. The industry is particularly

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important to the economy of the Highlands from where

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Craig Anderson reports. Another tourist cruise heads up blog

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is with visitors from around the globe delighting in the dramatic

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scenery and desperate to catch a glimpse of the elusive resident of

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the lock. This summer hotels and other historic attractions have

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reported a bumper season but while tills ringing so our alarm bells. In

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the short term it is extremely good as far as the tourism industry is

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concerned, however, in the long term, we don't know what is going to

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happen and this is where the big? Regarding tourism generally is

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concerned, we are entering very, very uncertain times. There are no

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decisions being made, no indication of decisions being made, future

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planning has been put on the back burner at the moment in time. There

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are fears of the attitude of potential EU tourists. Will they now

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turned their backs on us, as one poll has suggested? It's not

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unreasonable the people on the continent to feel miffed with the

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result of the EU vote. Effectively, we said, we don't want to play, so

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therefore of course a number of people will say, if you don't want

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to be part of our great economic experiment, then we don't want to

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come on holiday to your country. Tourists coming to our shores is one

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side of the coin. Increasingly the staff serving them in the cafes and

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making beds in hotels are from the EU states and many of those are

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astonished at the UK's Brexit vote. I was so sad. Everybody was sad in

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work, our manager, John, was sad, so, I think it is not only about us.

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I think it's about the Scottish people as well, about leaving the

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European Union. Experts say foreigners seasonal workers and

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other backbone of the tourist industry here. There will be two

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sets of losers, first, the young dynamic people from places like the

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Czech Republic but also my friends the hotel owners and managers here

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in the North of Scotland. And it will be difficult for them to

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replace the staff from other sources. More than ten weeks since

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replace the staff from other the vote, the tourist trade is still

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trying to work out what exactly Brexit means for them. Craig

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Anderson, Reporting Scotland, Loch Ness.

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Our political editor, Brian Taylor is at Holyrood.

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Brian, Brexit is turning into a long, drawn-out process. Where do we

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stand tonight? Business generally hates uncertainty and there is

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frustration about the evident lack of answers so far. One opposition MP

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shouted, "Is that it?", after David Davis sat down in the Commons having

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delivered his principal statement on the question. Partly that is

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rerunning the referendum battle, in Scotland it is revisiting the

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independence question, but this is a fiendishly complex and complicated

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issue, untangling 40 years of connections with the European Union.

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But it does not mean that the eventual outcome will be either

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intrinsically bad or intrinsically good, but it does mean it is

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complex. We have had two months of consideration so far and we have got

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more than two years to go in which to consider the details. Politics,

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like truth, is rarely pure and never simple.

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And Scotland 2016 returns this evening after its summer break.

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Yes, we are back. Tonight it's all about Brexit. Will it be a hard or a

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soft exit from the EU? Just how much influence can Scotland have over the

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deal that is eventually hammered out? I will be asking the new

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minister whose job it will beat you negotiate with the UK Government.

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Join me on BBC Two from 10:30pm. You're watching BBC

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Reporting Scotland. A deli owner faces a life sentence

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after pleading guilty to the murder 33 Scots in the British team

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make their final preparations before First, let's have a look at other

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stories from across the country. Police have arrested

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a woman following the death Officers were called

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to Ballantrae Terrace in the north of the city,

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yesterday afternoon, They found 36-year-old Marie Low

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in the street with serious injuries. It's understood she'd

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suffered stab wounds. An episode of Crimewatch tonight

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is to profile the case of a West Dunbartonshire teenager

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who was murdered 20 years ago. Caroline Glachan was 14

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when she was brutally attacked. Her body was found on the banks

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of the River Leven in 1996. Now, two decades on from her death,

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Police Scotland will make a fresh televised appeal

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at 9 o'clock on BBC One. An Aberdeen energy group says

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Scotland's first urban community hydro scheme will be generating

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electricity later this month. The main part of the device

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was lowered into place The scheme's backers expect

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the project to generate funds for the local community,

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while powering the equivalent The village was established about

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three and a half years ago. That's The village was established about

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when myself and the other directors moved in. We picked up on this more

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or less straightaway. The community behind it from the outset. They are

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out today to see it being installed. behind it from the outset. They are

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It's a big moment. The bones of a sea creature

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which lived in Scotland 170 million years ago have been unveiled

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by scientists in Edinburgh. The skeleton was found in Skye

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in the 1960s and has been Experts say the conditions are now

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in place to carry out further tests The Scotland captain,

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Darren Fletcher, says Robert Snodgrass can

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help the country qualify The Hull City midfielder missed

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the Euro 2016 qualifying campaign through injury but scored

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a hat-trick last night in his first game back and Scotland's first match

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on the road to Russia. Here's our Senior Football Reporter,

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Chris McLaughlin. They say that sometimes fortune

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favours the brave. And after battling back from a dislocated knee

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and 16 months out, this was part of one man's reward. Goal one of three

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in a 5-1 win, haps a little lucky! It was very important to me that I

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was fit and ready to go for this campaign. To get the three points

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tonight was the main aim but for me on a personal level, to score three

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goals and help the lads to try to get the three points is terrific.

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This was the moment in 2014 the midfielder crumpled to the pitch in

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a match against Queens Park Rangers. It was his debut for new club Hull.

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Now a distant memory as his second and third last night helped Scotland

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to a convincing win. If his first was fairly fortuitous, his last was

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somewhat straightforward. But according to one player turned

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pundit, his performance was superb. You had to give him ten out of ten

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in your player ratings? I had to think about it because I would have

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given him 11! His first chance was not an easy opportunity. He could

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have had four goals. But I think all round his performance deserved it

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ten out of ten. You get three goals, for a midfield player. You're

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playing in those positions, out wide and just off the striker, and

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generally his play was outstanding. I think he thoroughly deserved it.

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After game one on the road to Russia, this is how Group F looks.

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Favourites England are just below Scotland after a very late 1-0 win

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away to Slovakia. So, top of the group and a potential banana skin

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avoided. Much to celebrate, for some more than others.

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Now, we're just 48 hours away from the opening ceremony

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There are 33 Scots in the British team,

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all making their final preparations before the Games begin.

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Amongst them, in athletics, two women at very different stages

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Rhona McLeod can tell us more.

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The countdown is on for the British Paralympian is at the training camp.

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Stef Reid had her foot amputated as a 16-year-old after a boating

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accident. She is keen to add to her Paralympic medal collection. So far

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a bronze from Beijing and silver in London. There is a huge part of me

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that just wants to finish off the collection with a gold. But actually

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my very first level, the bronze, I actually lost it for six months! I

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had to come to terms with it and I kind of realised that, yes, the

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medal is awesome, but the real prize is the journey and how you've

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changed as a person. That is not held in the middle, that is held in

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me. And fortunately I found the medal! Reid admits it has been a

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challenge for her and her support team to be ready on set. How keeps

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someone fit who has an artificial lake and a bad back and can't do any

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of the things... They've just been so creative. I'm going into these

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Games very aware of how grateful I am for that team. -- artificial leg.

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16-year-old Maria Lyle from Dunbar has cerebral palsy. She has medalled

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at world level and said that athletics has changed her life.

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Yellow I wasn't very good at a lot of things! So, like, sport gives me

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a lot to do and with my condition, it helps with my movement and gives

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you a purpose, which is important in life, I feel. I think any medal

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would be great, because not every person has got a Paralympic medal,

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so regardless of the colour, I would be over the moon with a medal. The

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games begin on Wednesday night and athletics begin on -- begin day one

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on Thursday. It's another late night tonight

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for Andy Murray fans, as he continues his quest to win

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the US Open tennis. He's up against the Bulgarian Grigor

:25:06.:25:08.

Dimitrov for a place in the last eight of the competition

:25:09.:25:11.

at New York's Flushing Meadows. Murray got there by beating

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the Italian world number 40 Paolo Lorenzi in four

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sets over the weekend. This evening's match will start some

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time after midnight. Time now for the weather

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forecast with Judith. Thank you very much. Very good

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evening. It has been unseasonably warm the last few days, and it's

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going to be a warm evening as well. Here is a picture from our weather

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watchers. Although there is quite a bit of cloud around at the moment,

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it is continuing to break up with some late sunshine in the south-west

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in particular and across the north-east. A predominantly dry

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start to the evening. Patchy rain and drizzle, Misty and murky

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conditions across southern Scotland, towards the west coast and central

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lowlands. Still windy across the Northern Isles. Look at these

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temperatures, incredibly mild and humid for the time of year, 17 or 18

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Celsius. In the North, a wee bit lower but still warm feel.

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Conditions bright in the north and generally and improving day away

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from southern Scotland and the south-west. We have a flow coming in

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from the sea, keeping drizzly conditions towards parts of the

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south-west, mainly over higher ground. The further north you come,

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drier and brighter towards the West. Temperatures looking good, 19, 20

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Celsius. Quite windy here. Temperatures of 18 Celsius. Inland

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Aberdeenshire and around Inverness, 22 or 23 degrees. Over the borders

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and East Lothian, they should see some sunshine and those temperatures

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not looking too bad either. Not very much changes as we head towards

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tea-time. Cloudy skies for the south-west and injuring tomorrow

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night we see another weather front introducing cloudy skies and some

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damp conditions. The weather front moves northwards. Dry air moving

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through from France, so Wednesday is an improving day. Writers skies

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feeding in from the south and it will feel warm. -- brighter skies.

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Now, a reminder of tonight's main news...

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I'll be back with the headlines at 8,00pm, and the late bulletin just

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Join Jackie Bird for the latest news headlines, and Glenn Campbell for a special debate with voters quizzing both sides on what the EU referendum means for Scotland.


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