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Back from the brink - the country's last major steelworks

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re-opens almost a year after being threatened with closure.

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Scotland honours its olympic and paralympic medallists

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Stranded on a cargo ship off Singapore for a month -

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now a group of Scottish merchant navy cadets are heading home.

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It was worrying and scary for families at home.

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The SFA drops charges against both Hibs and Rangers over damage caused

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And Paw, Maw, the Bairn and Granpaw as you've never seen them before -

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the Broons come off the page and take to the stage.

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Scotland's last major steelworks, the Dalzell mill in Motherwell,

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has been officially reopened by the First Minister.

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It closed down last year, along with the nearby Clydebridge

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But under new ownership, there are renewed hopes,

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Our Business and Economy Editor, Douglas Fraser, reports:

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Scotland's steel town where the Rolling Sly again. A warm welcome

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today for the return of Dalzell's funding. The deal was brokered by

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the Scottish Government. The significance of this for Scottish

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industry, Manufacturing, is really important and can't be

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overestimated. There are already 100 people back working here, and plans

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that Liberty have for the future will hopefully see that workforce

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doubled over the next 18 months, so this is not just hanging on to an

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old industry, this is about reimagining the steel industry for

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the future and giving it a new lease of life. These slabs have been made

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in England and Russia. They are destined for construction and

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offshore energy, but they could be destined for construction and

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used for much more. There are real skill jobs here, symbolic of the

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Lanarkshire make -- the Lanarkshire steel-making past. The partner plan

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of Clydebridge has yet to be revealed. It depends on finding

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customers and at the right price. It depends on finding customers

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and at the right price. It is not going to get... There is

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no light at the end of the tunnel for the steel industry. In the UK

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industry there is an opportunity to serve the needs of the domestic

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market. Speaking of opportunity, that return of jobs to Dalzell was

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not expected by those recently laid off. You don't know if you're going

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to be kept on, and that's it. Luckily, I was one of the ones to be

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kept on. Unfinished business, basically. Just get on with it, see

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where it takes us. The nearby Ravenscraig site has little on it

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apart from the local college. I left Motherwell because there were no

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opportunities. Now they are bringing more back to this sort of area. The

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people in our generation, I think it would build up a lot more

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opportunity for new jobs and stuff and giving people more experience

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and staff to get into different traits like the steelworks. Batter

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and hard-pressed, Lanarkshire itself has been through the mill. For now,

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at least, a brighter future. -- batter and hard-pressed.

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The Scottish Government has been defeated at Holyrood

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in a row over health service provision in Scotland.

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A Labour motion noting widespread concern about proposals

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to downgrade local services -- like maternity at the Vale of Leven,

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trauma orthopaedics at Monklands hospital and the cleft palate

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service at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children -- was carried.

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We can now cross live to the Scottish Parliament, where

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our Political Editor Brian Taylor's been monitoring developments.

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Brian, what was Labour's argument here?

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Nothing riles local communities more than the faintest hint of a threat

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to hospital services. Politicians get worried. This is Labour

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gathering people from various health services across Scotland who are

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concerned about the provision of those services, gathering them

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outside Parliament before taking it to a vote in the chamber this

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afternoon. They have pulled together a whole series of issues where

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services are being questioned, when they are being reviewed, and they

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have demanded that ministers call in all these service provision from

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various health board and reject these changes out right.

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What happens now that ministers have been defeated?

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They have indeed. The Labour motion went through. I think you could see

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They have indeed. The Labour motion the exasperation on the face of the

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Health Secretary. She accused Labour of cynically trying to get round the

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due process where the independent Scottish Callaghan soul -- Scottish

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health Council is involved in these decisions. I think she will look at

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those indeed tell, report back to Parliament. One final thought, a

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reminder to the SNP yet they needed that they are a minority here in

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Scotland. Scotland's Chief Constable has

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revealed that new allegations have been raised about members

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of the controversial police The allegations, made

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in the past three months, are of attempting to pervert

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the course of justice Phil Gormley has told

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Holyrood's Justice Committee the They arise from the investigation

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into the murder in 2005 of the prostitute

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Emma Caldwell. Scottish athletes who competed

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for Britain in the Rio Olympics and Paralympics have spent the day

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in Edinburgh taking part in a series Our sports reporter Jane Lewis has

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been there too and we can It has been a deal cheering and

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taking photos here and Paratore at the Scottish athletes competing in

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the Olympics and Paralympics have gathered here in the capital to

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celebrate their success in Rio. It is the finally back in what has been

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a long but successful they are celebrations, hence the red carpet

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at this award ceremony this evening. It follows a day when young athletes

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have been inspired and athletes pressure on Rio had been meeting and

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greeting the public. Ladies and gentlemen, your Olympic and

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Paralympic heroes. Scottish athletes delivered in Rio in both the

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Olympics and Paralympics. Today, that success was celebrated. It is

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epic. Lets make some noise... Festival Square in Edinburgh and a

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chance for members of the public to meet there he wrote in the lead. You

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are in a bubble in Rio and you don't realise the impact of his having at

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home. It feels like being at Heathrow Airport with people

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clapping. A really cool day. Diana is a great achievement and you see

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your team mates doing well but you don't realise how much it means the

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people back home. It is great issue of what we did at 18. Everyone is so

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excited and hopefully that will carry over people get involved in

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sport. The Scots equalled their best ever games at the Olympics, with 13

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medals. 17 were won by Scots at the ever games at the Olympics, with 13

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Paralympics. An impressive collection worth celebrating. They

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were chatting to us. When you watch it, you never release even, up

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close, it is great. You know what they are like and you get to deal

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that maybe you will be like that one day. Earlier, photographs with

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sporting stars were also the order of the day. At the new national

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performance centre, there was also a focus on inspiring the next

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generation. We get to chat to the kids, interact with them. It is

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important for them and for us to see the welcome back we are getting, CD

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medals and chat to us. I was inspired by watching Chris Floyd at

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a kid will stop it is good to get involved, so the mortgage you get

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involved, the better. Tips all round from top Olympians and Paralympians.

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The games may be over, but the legacy might just live on. We are on

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the red carpet at head tonight's awards. We are joined by a a double

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medallist, Gordon Reid. Gordon, taught me through today. How has it

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been? We started off by meeting some local kids and helping them try out

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some sports. When you are in Rio, I guess you don't get an idea of how

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much everyone supports the games. Not so today. They greeted us on the

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stage. Even going through the crowds afterwards and signing autographs, a

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lot of people will be they stayed up all night to watch. It is

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unbelievable. Well done to you. Baby, let me turn to you, a silver

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medal proudly round your neck, and quite right, too. -- David let me

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turn to you. We have had so much support from back home, it has been

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great to come here and say thanks for all the support. They are all

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keen to shake your hand and get a photograph taken. We talk about the

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end of the games, but I guess your thoughts are going towards the next

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games in Tokyo. Are you thinking about that and training for that?

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Definitely. It moves on and you are always looking for what is next. I

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would have liked to get more out of the games than I did, but it was

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fantastic to win a medal. Thank you very much for joining us. Proudly

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wearing their medals, and quite right, too. The award ceremony is

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just about to get underway. A tanker carrying shale gas

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from the US has finally docked in Grangemouth after being delayed

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by 24 hours because of high winds. The Ineos Insight spent the night

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at anchor in the Firth of Forth when the skipper decided

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it was unsafe to attempt A container ship wither cadets from

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a Scottish college on board has finally got that Singapore after

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being stranded at sea for a month. The trainees had been stuck on the

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vessel in the South China Sea since its owners filed for bankruptcy.

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After weeks of waiting, the Hanjin ship finally docked at eight o'clock

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this morning. Its cargo was quickly off-loaded, followed closely behind

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by the four young cadets from Scotland, who are flying home this

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evening after becoming caught up in this saga at sea. When we first

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heard it, it was very worrying and a scary time. Our families didn't know

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anything either. The cadets who had been studying at the city of Glasgow

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anything either. The cadets who had College became stranded when ports

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around the world refused entry to all ships belonging to the Hanjin's

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parent company when it collapsed with multi-million pound debt.

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Meanwhile, confusion and anxiety rained on board, as well as fears of

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running out of food. By the time the company took the decision to send

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the ship to Singapore, we had nine days of food left. It took six days

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the ship to Singapore, we had nine ago from Sri Lanka to Singapore.

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There was three days of leeway there. Actually, it could have ended

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worse than it did. During that voyage, we ran out of Resch fruit

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and vegetables, eggs, flour to make bread, so we were already well into

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running out of things. The ordeal ended when the Singapore High Court

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granted the South Korean shipping giant a temporary reprieve, much to

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the relief of family back in Scotland. It was a worry for me,

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because being a mother, I wanted to be able to protect and help them to

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stop being so far away, you felt useless. I am getting excited. The

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cadets are due back in London overnight, from where brewery will

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fly back to the Highlands with the drama of the past month behind him.

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One of his first priorities is set to be getting a haircut. You're

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watching BBC Reporting Scotland. Did a's top story: Back from the brink -

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Scotland's last major steelworks has reopened. Still to come: Edinburgh

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Rugby's head coach resigns after a poor start to the season.

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The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has used the closing address

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to his party's conference in Liverpool to put activists

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he failed to mention the Scottish leader Kezia Dugdale once.

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From Liverpool here's our political correspondent, David Porter.

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These four lads did not do at all badly from being associated with

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Liverpool. Whether Labour like it or not, Jeremy Corbyn is very much

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their lead singer. He is not looking for pop immortality, but supporters

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would be delighted if some of the Stardust rubbed off on him as well.

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We are the largest political party in Western Europe, with over 500,000

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members, campaigning in every community in Britain. More people

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have joined our party in the last 20 months than in the previous 20

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years. The worst few direct references to Scotland, and

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tellingly, no mention of Kezia Dugdale. Instead, a mention of

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Scotland's largest council. Glasgow has introduced flexible workplaces

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for start-up companies. It is a proud labour record, and each and

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every Labour councillor deserves our heartfelt thanks for the work they

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do and the difficulties they endure in doing it.

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An appeal for unity. He put his party on an election footing,

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quoting Bill Shankly. The socialism I believe in is everybody working

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for the same goal and everyone having a share in the rewards. That

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is how I see football, and that is how I see the light. A traditional

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end to the conference with a rendition of the red flag. As

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delegates leave Liverpool, they know that much still needs to be

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reasonable. -- that needs to be resolved.

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A Scottish FA judicial panel has dropped all charges

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against Hibernian and Rangers relating to crowd trouble

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Our sports Reporter Jonathan Sutherland joins me

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Is it fair to say the clubs have escaped Scot free for the actions

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As long as the clubs can demonstrate that they are taking steps to insure

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safety and good conduct, there is no mechanism, that would mean clubs

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would be liable to ensure good conduct of the fans, but this was

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emphatically rejected by Scottish clubs. It may seem odd that there is

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no disciplinary sanction for the event, but that is a matter for the

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clubs to deal with, there is limited output for strict liability, that is

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the end of the matter, Hibs have welcomed the outcome, and they have

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also paid damage to the Hampden Park H, and thus far there has been no

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response from Rangers. -- Hampden pitch.

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Celtic play Manchester City tonight in their second group game

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hoping to put behind them their 7-0 thrashing by Barcelona.

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Our senior football reporter Chris McLaughlin is at Celtic Park.

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It is a match that has been billed as the Battle of Britain, two huge

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sides who have never faced each other in European competition, what

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will happen this evening? Joining me to discuss that, former Celtic

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goalkeeper, Pat Bonner, this is a huge game for Celtic, they must take

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something if they have any chance of getting through. Yes, to get through

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there must take something, but the next two games, against Borussia

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Moenchengladbach, those will be the ones that they are looking to. This

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is about saving face, get back after the disappointment against

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Barcelona, in the faces of Manchester City here tonight, they

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are an exceptional team, going so well. In the Premier League down in

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England. Tonight is about getting in about them on a wet, bleak Glasgow

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night, and I expect them to perform. In your position, Craig Gordon

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starts, would that have been your choice? I'm delighted to see him

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back but I have always said, you have got to be ready to come back

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and tonight is going to be a big display, expected from Craig Gordon.

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He has to perform, the pressure is on him, it is about making saves

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tonight, it is not about building the game from the back. But Craig

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can do that, we have seen it in the past, in the other European games

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over the last couple of years, he has performed heroically, and

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tonight is into be one of those nights. He can answer a few

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questions tonight. I will let you go for your radio duties, a huge night

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for Celtic, as Pat has said, it is a damp and dreek night in Glasgow.

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Manchester City are certainly the favourites.

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Edinburgh Rugby's head coach has resigned after a poor start to the

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season. Alan Solomons stepping down after three defeats in their opening

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four pro12 league matches. Our reporter Brian Mclaughlin joins us

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now from Murrayfield stadium where Edinburgh play their home matches.

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How big a surprise is this news? As you say, three defeats in the

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opening four games, really no surprise that he has stepped down.

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There has been mumblings about the future of Alan Solomons around

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Murrayfield over the past few weeks. Three years in charge, Edinburgh are

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a club, basically their target is a top four position, with that

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comes... top four position, with that

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Play-offs, in the three seasons Alan Solomons has been in charge, two

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eighths places and 1 ninth place. He has released a short statement

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through Scottish Rugby union, he says he feels he is leaving

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Edinburgh in a stronger position than they were when he arrived at

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the club. That has been backed up by the Scottish Rugby union chief

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executive, Mark Dodgson, he has said that he has stabilised the club over

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the past few years, but it is no more for Alan Solomons, he is on his

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way, and the acting head coach, Duncan Hodge, will take over

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way, and the acting head coach, immediately. Some other breaking

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way, and the acting head coach, news, in Edinburgh Rugby, Scotland's

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other pro 1210, Glasgow Warriors. A special general meeting has been

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called by Scottish Rugby union, they are looking to change the rules and

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regulations that would allow both Edinburgh and Glasgow to bring

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private funding, reason they are doing this is to try to improve the

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clubs, put them on a closer level with some of the clubs in England.

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And in France. You get much better funding there. As it stands, it

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takes around ?10 million to fund these two clubs, Scottish Rugby

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union are looking to bring in some fresh money into the game. Thank you

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very much. They've been entertaining Scottish

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families for 80 years. Now Scotland's most famous family,

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the Broons, will take to the stage

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for the first time. Paw, Maw, the Bairn and Granpaw,

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not to mention their Glebe Street home and the But 'n' Ben

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all feature in the show, Our arts correspondent,

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Pauline McLean reports. VOICEOVER: How do you encapsulate 80

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years of this into a stage show that is so close to people's hearts, I

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think? That is the challenge for the team running Scotland's most famous

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cartoon family from Page to stage. We wanted to create a world where

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they could be anarchic, playing with the set, because they are a crazy,

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wonderful, chaotic lovable family, the Broons. Over the past few weeks,

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the show has been taking shape. Here we are now, week two, of rehearsals,

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and I am slowly morphing from me, into him. Blood! Among the height of

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drama in the story, a lost cow, there is no shortage of actors

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wanting to take part. Really, it is like waiting for Godot, because the

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same thing happens over and over, variations on a theme of something

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going wrong. And with days to go, they are all looking the part, but

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do the Broons. Sound like -- do the Broons sound like the Broons?

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Ahriman somebody coming to me in a supermarket in Glasgow and saying,

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you are that that speaks like the supermarket in Glasgow and saying,

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Broons! She grew up with the Broons and says that it is vital that they

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are the family that everyone knows and loves. There was a lot that I

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could relate to, as well. There were six of us in my house, and it was a

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small house, compared to the Broons, but that busy house. Doors opening,

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doors closing. Somebody always up to something. The show opens in Perth

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later this week, before touring Scotland, and who knows, if

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successful, the world. STUDIO: Time for the weather

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forecast. A stormy spell of weather to come

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tonight and tomorrow, we have the yellow be aware warning in force

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from the Met office for the strength of the wind, all courtesy of this

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deep area of low pressure, pushing to the north of the country.

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Tonight, some heavy rain to go with it, particularly across the far

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north, the cold front sweeping in across the mainland, clearing across

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to be followed by squally showers, as the wind whips up. 70 to 75 mph,

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elsewhere, widely, 50 to 60 mph, feeling gusty for eastern Scotland,

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for the commute tomorrow morning, gusts around those figures, and we

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are likely to see some disruption, not only on the ferries but

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restrictions on the bridges, potential for branches being brought

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down, debris on the road, that kind of thing, extra time needed for

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journeys in the morning, and waves around the coastline, with some

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overtopping, especially on causeways, and shower still with us,

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really quite squally in nature, some sunshine with them but with us

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throughout the day. Wind easing down, certainly by lunchtime, we

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have lost the warning, remains fairly blustery. By mid-afternoon,

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quite a cool feel, compared with today, 13, 14 Celsius, shower still

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with us. Certainly to end the afternoon and into the evening, a

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line of fairly heavy showers affecting the central belt in

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particular, real soggy end to the day. Looking ahead towards Friday,

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generally a calmer day, wind is lighter, some sunshine around, if

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you showers, becoming less -- becoming confined to the north-west,

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cool feeling, 12 or 13 Celsius. The weekend, some showery outbreaks of

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rainfall central and southern areas. Brighter and drier further north,

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wind much lighter. Sunday, will be the pick of the two days, especially

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if you have outdoor plans, dry and bright, spells of sunshine, light

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wind, highs of 13, 14 degrees. A reminder of tonight's main news:

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Scotland's last major steelworks, the Dalziel Mill, has been

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officially reopened by the First Minister.

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I'll be back with the headlines at 8,

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and the late bulletin just after the ten o'clock news.

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