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On BBC One, we now join the BBC's news teams where you are.

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Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey is taken to hospital by ambulance

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The Scottish government bans the extraction of gas by burning

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A warning that Brexit could cost Scotland

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A striken rig is finally being loaded aboard a salvage vessel,

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two months after running aground on the coast of Lewis.

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And Jack and Victor are back, as Still Game returns to our screens

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The Scottish nurse Pauline Cafferkey, who contracted the Ebola

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virus in west Africa, is back in hospital in Glasgow tonight.

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She was taken from her home in Cambuslang by ambulance

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with a police escort earlier today, after becoming ill.

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Our reporter Aileen Clarke is at Queen Elizabeth

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Pauline Cafferkey is in a stable condition and she is undergoing

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investigations. The health board have told us that, following a

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detailed assessment of her, they can provide reassurance that there is no

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risk to the public. She was brought here around 9:30am today by

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ambulance from her home and under police escort. She's in the care the

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infectious diseases team here at the hospital. They will be carrying out

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all these tests. It must be, though, some concern to herself and

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disappointment to herself and her family that is, at this point in the

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recovery, she's found herself back in hospital once more.

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It's just three weeks since Pauline Cafferkey emerged from a hearing in

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Edinburgh cleared to go back to nursing. This process has been

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upsetting and stressful for Pauline but she's delighted that the panel

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is made the decision that she is no case to answer. As she left that

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day, she must have been looking forward to continuing with her

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nursing career but this morning she forward to continuing with her

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was taken from her home in Cambuslang by ambulance under police

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escort by hospital in Glasgow. Neighbours expressed concern and

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hope for a speedy recovery. Shocked. She was making progress, out and

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about and going to work. She's been through so much and, each time she

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gets out, she thinks she's on the road to recovery and then she gets

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something else. It's a shame. Unfortunately she contracted the

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disease kind of others. -- trying to help others. Pauline Cafferkey

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contracted Ebola after going out to nurse patients in the Ebola outbreak

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in Sierra Leone. On her return home, she became critically ill and

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complex arrangements were put in place to transport her to a

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specialist unit in London, where she stayed for a month. Last October,

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the virus re-emerged causing meningitis and she was taken again

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to London. In February this year, another complication, another

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readmission to the specialist unit. In September, the hearing into what

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she had told health officials when she arrived back in the UK from

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Sierra Leone cleared her to go back to nursing. This morning, she was

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taken back to hospital as a patient. She spoke a year ago about how she

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didn't really know how herself would hold up. Is taken me a good few

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months to recover. You don't know long-term either. Hopefully this is

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the end of it, but you just don't know. Pauline has been back doing

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some work at a health centre in Blantyre, and local people today

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wished her well. I think there will be a lot of concern and sympathy for

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her. You don't want anybody to go through it, especially somebody

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trying to help people. She's a good person, the work she does. I'm sorry

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to hear it and I hope she comes out of it OK. Of course, we should

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remember that, in the last couple of years, Ms Cafferkey's immune system

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is dating a right good battering, so it might be the case that, as long

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as she is in a stable condition, the doctors will want to get the results

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of all the tests today before reaching a decision about whether

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she needs to go back to the specialist unit in London where she

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has been treated before or whether they can adequately treat her here

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in Glasgow. The Scottish government is banning

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the controversial practice The technique involves

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burning difficult-to-mine coal under the ground,

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and capturing the gas it gives off Environmental campaigners

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are against the practice but the Conservatives argue it has

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the potential to boost the economy. Here's our Environment

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correspondent, Kevin Keane. It lies deep beneath the rippling

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waves and is causing alarm to be toonie Unity is along its banks but

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today the monster was silenced. -- to be communities. That monster is

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coal, and this campaign has fought hard for a ban on the controversial

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technique to turn it into energy. This process creates huge cavities.

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Nobody knows what's above it and nobody can convince us how they are

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going to prevent any of it, the gas leaching into old mine workings and

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getting to the surface. The technique involves drilling to be

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coal seam and getting oxygen. That causes gas to rise back to the

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surface where it is captured. And Fife is rife for it. The amount mind

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here at the coal face was only the most accessible, just a small

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proportion of what exists. Little now remains here of the industry

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that these communities were built on. They once supported tens of

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thousands of jobs, and some have predicted that gasification would

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prompt the revival of coal. The techniques might be different to

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fracking but the protests covered them all and today ministers

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confirmed what was a first victory for campaigners, as you was banned.

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It doesn't come at any price and we have to take a balanced, proportion

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of view, listening to the scientific evidence and taking a considered

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decision. Don't think that this technology should form part of our

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technology makes. Underground coal gasification is very different to

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fracking. Last week, the first imported shipment shale gas arrived

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in Scotland. The Scottish Conservatives say these technologies

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have economic potential. This ban is nothing short of environmental

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nimbyism. It's clear that the SNP is happy to allow shale gas to be

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imported from Pennsylvania and America and today, when asked, there

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was no ban on importing any gas produced this way. For now, one

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controversial technology is dead in the water but the bigger battle

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against fracking here is still A new report has warned that

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Scotland could lose between 30,000 and 80,000 jobs as a

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consequence of leaving The report, from the Fraser

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of Allander Institute, suggests the impact on the rest

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of the UK could be even greater. The issue dominated questions

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to the First Minister This from our political

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editor Brian Taylor. Scotland trades with the European

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Union, and that's potentially affected by Brexit, especially if

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tariffs replace free exchange cost date's report commissioned by

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Holyrood puts numbers on that. It tracks the extent to which Scotland

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disengages from the EU economy. Under the best scenario, the economy

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would shrink by at least 2%, shedding 32,000 jobs. Under the

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worst scenario, the economy would contract by 5%, costing 80,000 jobs.

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The report says that Brexit may have a worse impact than on the remainder

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of the UK because Scotland is less exposed. -- a worse impact on the

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remainder. It isn't surprising when you think of the trade composition

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of the Scottish economy and the UK economy. Nicola Sturgeon said the

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report underlined the need to minimise any disruption caused by

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Brexit but she was challenged by Ruth Davidson of the Tories to say

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what she would do. My position is to face up to the realities ahead of

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us, to mitigate risks and take advantage of opportunities, and this

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Parliament now faces a choice about whether to put the lions share of

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its efforts into examining practical solutions or simply complaining

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about the results. Which is it to be? Ms Sturgeon said the Tories

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brought about Brexit. Unlike Miss Davidson, my position hasn't

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changed. I continue to think that Brexit is a bad idea and I continue

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to think it's my responsibility to protect Scotland from it. These

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foreign workers are our neighbours, friends and families. The Lib Dems

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condemned the idea. The First Minister offered a suggestion. To

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call on the UK Government to stop using human beings as bargaining

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chips and give them the guaranteed right to stay where they belong,

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here in Scotland. Supporters of Brexit said it would open

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opportunities for other trades. The report authors concede, but

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circumstances may change with passage of time and under political

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direction but, as of today, the Scottish take on Brexit is wholly

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negative. The Auditor General's warning that

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two Scottish health boards are facing prolonged

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and considerable NHS Tayside needs to make savings

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of ?175 million over the next five years,

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while the bill for the new NHS24 IT The Auditor General said

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the difficulties faced by the boards would "continue to have an impact

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on the way they operate The operation to remove the oil rig

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the Transocean Winner, which was stranded on the Western

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Isles last month, is well under way. It's been positioned over a heavy

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lifting vessel in Broad Bay on the east coast of Lewis,

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and it's now being slowly If the operation's successful,

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the rig will be transported The rig started its short journey to

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the heavy lift ship this morning. The same attempt last week had to be

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abandoned when a heavy swell from the north meant it was too dangerous

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to try and get the 17,000 tonne rig on board. The rig was nursed by four

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small tugs. It suffered damage when it grounded and progress at the be

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slowed as it moved towards the ship. The heavy lift ship was let down

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into the sea overnight to a depth of 23 metres until only the bow and

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stern were visible. It was necessary to rip... The right wing had to be

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pulled across the deck and held in position. More and more of the rig

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became visible as the hawk threw off ballast. The rig is now on the deck

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of the hawk and it is taking off ballast to take the hollowed out of

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the water. We'll take some hours but then will come the work to tie the

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oil rig firmly to the deck before it's transported away to Turkey. The

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forecast for the next few days is unusually benign for the north west

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Scotland and today temperatures reached 18 Celsius as salvage teams

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watched. Salvage will start perhaps later tonight and suddenly tomorrow

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morning, making sure the rig is securely fastened to the deck before

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the next move, which should take it out of Tim Peake -- out of Broad

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Bay. If the weather is favourable we will stay here to do the fastenings.

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If it looks as though it's going to change, we may take her round

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towards Stornoway. But the plan is to keep her there. The unexpected

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arrival of the rig in August has brought many benefits to Highland

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businesses. In the next few days, the rig and the ship will be

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scrutinised closely before it begins its journey to Turkey.

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You're watching BBC Reporting Scotland.

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who contracted Ebola in west Africa, has been taken to hospital

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And still to come, how Sikhs are serving free food

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in the streets to help the needy and to promote peace.

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Judges and sheriffs are to be given new guidelines to ensure consistency

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It's part of a move to improve public confidence

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Our Home Affairs Correspondent, Reevel Alderson reports.

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How do sheriffs and judges decide what sentence to pass? There are a

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number of factors they have to take into consideration. I will discount

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the sentence for the reasons I have indicated, namely the degree of

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guilt in advance of trial, the expression of remorse... But cameras

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are rarely and loud in Scottish courts so few people here these

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reasons. Even then, like in the case of the death of business, victims or

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families can feel that the judge got it wrong. -- the death of this

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nurse. The driver in this case was jailed for six years, which his

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victim's family called a sick joke. The Scottish sentencing council is

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working on ways to ensure that judges impose a fair sentence,

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particularly in driving cases, and to explain to the public are are

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arrived at. The range is something I think people have difficulty getting

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to blame -- to grips with. The blame worthiness can vary hugely, but of

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course the impact and affect on members of the public is enormous

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and it's an area in which the public has considerable interest and

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judges, because of the wide range of offences can be encompassed, have

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considerable anxiety about sentencing. Wood sentencing in

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wildlife crimes are also to be studied. -- sentencing in wildlife

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crimes are also to be studied. Victims groups have welcomed this

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work is in positive mood. For far too long, victims of crime and the

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general public have had very little understanding of what the sentencing

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decision process is, and that has caused confusion is potentially a

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perception of inaccurate practice or inconsistencies in practice across

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Scotland. We feel strongly that this will counteract that. Be sentencing

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council hopes that its work will make the decisions of courts easier

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for the public to understand. Feeding people is a very important

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part of the Sikh religion, and every temple offers free food

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to anyone who goes there. This week, Sikhs across the world

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are taking this principle a step further by serving free food -

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known as Langar - on the streets They hope to target those in need,

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and to promote peace. These women in Edinburgh meet every

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week to prepare food for anyone who comes to the temple, regardless of

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faith or background. And, for the past two years, they have been

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making extra portions on Wednesday past two years, they have been

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to take onto the streets of the capital. We make a curry with

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potatoes and rice. We make lentils and rice. We also give hot tea,

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Coffey, hot chocolate, sweets, biscuits. We are here to serve the

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Coffey, hot chocolate, sweets, community. The stall is set up in

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Coffey, hot chocolate, sweets, the centre of Edinburgh for anyone

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who is hungry to come and eat. In this Langar Week, the scene is being

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repeated in many countries. Some people are busy and we thought we

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would do Langar Week every year. We are Sikhs who are here. Giving out

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food and water. We are here to help anyone in anyway. The smell and

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taste of the carriers cheering up an autumn evening. Many people seek

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Langar as a welcome service. It is terrific. It is very charitable.

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Bighearted of them. If it was not for themselves, the homeless would

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be hungry on a Wednesday night. Even after Langar Week the Sikhs in

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Edinburgh are hoping to increase the amount of free street food they

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provide. A look now at other stories

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from across the country. The death of a trawlerman

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who was "catapulted" overboard while working on deck,

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was "entirely forseeable" according The crew member -

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Annang Nuerty from Ghana - was on the Aquarius off Aberdeen

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last August when he was thrown from the deck during

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what Marine Accident Investigators called an "unnecessarily

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hazardous" procedure. The long-running legal dispute over

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the cost of repairs to the runway extension at Sumburgh Airport

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has been settled. Shetland Islands Council,

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which was a partner in the project, has agreed to pay around

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five and a half million pounds to Highlands

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and Islands Airports Limited, Safety checks are being carried out

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at an Inverness secondary school, after a pane of glass fell out

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of a window and injured a pupil. The boy was taken to Raigmore

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hospital after the incident Inverness High School has been

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closed to S1 to S3 pupils today, while repairs

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were being carried out. energy-from-waste plant in Aberdeen

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have been backed by councillors despite concerns about the possible

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environmental impact. The scheme at East Tullos

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would provide low cost energy and reduce the amount of waste

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going to landfill. Lerwick Harbour's busiest cruise

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season has just come to a close. The final arrival of the year called

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in at the Shetland capital this morning, bringing the total number

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of ships to a record 79, and the number of passengers

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to well over 50,000. A thief has been caught on CCTV

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stealing a charity bucket About ?90 was taken

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from Tapa in Leith. At first the owners thought

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the bucket had been misplaced, but they checked their CCTV when it

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failed to turn up two weeks later. As Scotland's footballers prepare

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for their home match in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers,

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the manager's been talking about how he deals with

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the stresses of the job. Ahead of the game against Lithuania

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at Hampden, Gordon Strachan also told us there's a serious purpose

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to the confrontational way Far from the madding crowd and away

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from prying eyes, apart from the chap on the bike, the Scotland squad

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look relaxed at their training camp. So does the manager. However... I

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just have to qualify from the will just have to qualify from the will

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-- for the World Cup. I need to make sure I can protect my family. It can

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affect you. It can affect the people round about me. It can affect how I

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train with the players, how I treat the players and the staff. Yet the

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man in charge admits to being less worried about how he treats his

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media inquisitors. It is a battlefield out there. People don't

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realise, it is usually 32 against one. The 32 are looking for a

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headline and I need to try to protect my players at all times. He

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is adept at deploying the verbal custard pie, cutting a line of

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questioning dead. Last week he was asked about the resignation of Sam

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Allardyce. I do not think anyone is interested in 15 seconds of answers.

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Another weaponry that is not a weapon in the armoury is the decoy.

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A lot has changed since 2007. Who would have thought you would have an

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iWatch. It is a game. Sometimes you get that headline you want and it

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makes me feel terrible for two days. The sound bite, something that makes

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me feel terrible, or I win and I just give the information pertinent

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for that news conference and I win. I hope, at the end of the day, you

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put your hands up and think, that was a good fight. We will see you

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next week for the next round. The next round is tomorrow. Mr Strachan

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will take on reporters in his pre-match conference for the game

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against Lithuania on Saturday. The hit comedy Still Game returns

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to the small screen tomorrow night. Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill -

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who first created the show for the stage at the Edinburgh Festival -

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say they decided to revive Jack and Victor after the huge success

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of their live show two years ago. Our arts correspondent,

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Pauline McLean, reports. It is nine years since they were

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last on screen but fans cannot get enough of Jack and V. 100,000 people

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applied for tickets to see the first episode at the Glasgow cinema. It is

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just Scottish humour. All the good comedy. Everyone getting together to

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watch it. We'll want to get together and have fun as a family. The

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characters remain 75 but the world around them has changed. We said,

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characters remain 75 but the world who would have the internet out of

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all these characters? This was Google before Google or she would

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know all about everyone. Who is it, please? But the internet has also

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given the show and international platform and a massive new following

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was two years ago, they returned to the stage with a sell-out run at the

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Hydro. They have since announced another live show. We had a good

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idea from when they wrote at the Edinburgh Festival all ago there was

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something that could travel. We took it to Canada and Dublin. We took it

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to Canada. The North of England. All over. The characters have heart stop

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people have their favourites. They love them. Maybe they all know some

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like those characters. They love the way they interact. We are fans of

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shows which make you feel good rather than cynical or whatever. We

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like sitcoms where you can lose yourself for half an hour with a

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bunch of people you feel like you know. We could see a few more

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series? Are you going to keep going till you are 75? We will put the

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make up on a money in our pockets. Good stuff.

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Time now for the latest weather forecast.

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Another beautiful day across the country. On the satellite we did

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have some cloud melting away to allow much more in red sunshine. The

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best in the sunshine in the north-west where temperatures

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reached 17 Celsius, well above the seasonal average. Making it one of

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the warmer spots across the whole of the UK. Here is the proof. Glorious

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pictures from one of our weather watchers in Fort William in the

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Highlands. This evening and overnight it is staying largely dry.

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The cloud will tend to increase, coming in on fresh, south-easterly

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winds. The cloud may be thick enough for one or two showers, most likely

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across southern parts of the borders and the Solway coast. Under clearer

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skies, temperatures could dip down to three - six Celsius. Tomorrow

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morning fairly cloudy to start. Any showers will die away and we will

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see much more in the way of sunshine especially by the afternoon. The

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best of it will be across the north-west of the country. Towards

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4pm tomorrow, a good deal around for Shetland. Still breezy for Orkney. A

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bit of an east/ West split. In the east, more in the way of cloud and

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sunny spells. The best of the sunshine further towards the West.

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Temperatures around 13, to maybe 15, 16 degrees. High pressure is

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dominating our weather across Scandinavia and towards Norway. The

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wind direction does become more of an easterly as we look to the end of

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the week and the weekend. Drawing in more in the way of cloud and also

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the risk of a few showers. By the time you reach the weekend, there

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will still be plenty of sunshine, most likely towards the west of the

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country. In the Eastern increase chance of just a few light showers.

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For all of us as we head through to the weekend, it will turn a little

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cooler. Temperatures back down to average by Sunday. That is the

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forecast. Now, a reminder of

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tonight's main news. Scottish nurse Pauline Cafferkey,

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who contracted the the Ebola virus She was taken to hospital

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from her home by ambulance under police escort earlier today

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after becoming ill. I'll be back with

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the headlines at 8. And the late bulletin just

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after the Ten O'clock News. Until then, from everyone

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on the team - right across the country -

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have a very good evening.

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