18/10/2016 Reporting Scotland


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and on BBC One we now join the BBC's news teams where you are.

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Rising costs? Is this a start in the rise of the cost of living?

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Ukip's only elected politician in Scotland says

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People have suggested that but I will wait to see what people say. We

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need someone we can unite around, but I do have experience of running

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Scotland and hopefully that will be helpful. We will be looking at David

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Coburn's chances. How the granite city is becoming

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breastfeeding friendly. Dozens of cafes, shops

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and restaurants are signing-up to a scheme to welcome mums

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and their babies. Celtic's manager says

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European progression is not on his team's mind ahead

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of their Champions League game. And where the Lord of the Isles

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becomes the Lord of the Dance. The prices we pay -

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in shops, online, for travel and for household bills

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- are rising. Official inflation data almost

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doubled - last month - and it's widely expected this could

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just be the start of a new bout One of the main factors driving this

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up are fuel prices - our Business and Economy Editor

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Douglas Fraser has been filling up: Inflation had risen to 0.6% to

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August, and it was expected to rise, but it was up 1% in September

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against a basket of goods, one of the reasons was the increase in fuel

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costs, petrol and diesel have been rising steeply and they are expected

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to continue rising in the weeks to come. They have been hit by a double

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whammy, the crude oil price, Brent crude, is the benchmark price and

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that has been rising and in January it hit a low point of $30 but now it

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is over $50. The pound since the European Union referendum, it has

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dropped in value, so anything which is valued in foreign currency

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including oil, that has become more expensive. That is driving costs up

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right across the economy. Inflation is measured with a shopping basket

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of more than 700 everyday items in the household budget and many of

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them will be affected by the same thing, since Britain decided to

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leave the European Union our currencies Sterling has declined in

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value, down about 18% against the dollar and the Euro and that is

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having an impact. The price of importing raw materials is up. Two

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more items rising fast, clothing and hotel and restaurant bills. But

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there are exceptions, competition remains fierce in the supermarkets

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keeping prices down, and that means food prices continue to fall in

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September, but don't expect that to last. The price inflation basket is

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a very large one but it is not big enough to include housing costs, and

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we also get figures on them, as well, the average home in August

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sold for 4.3% more than last year, nothing like the price rises seen in

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England, partly because of the Aberdeen effect. The oil sector is

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stored and city prices have plunged 18% in the year to August. -- the

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oil sector stored. Home-buyers and consumers are looking for

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confidence, but they are facing uncertainty and that is where the

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inflation figures today, we can put up with inflation, as long as we can

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expect to see income rising, but is it rising, when it rising future and

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who is left behind? We will find out more when we get wider figures about

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the Labour Party -- the Labour market tomorrow morning. STUDIO:

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Thanks for joining us. UKIP's David Coburn says he's

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considering running to become the UK leader of his party -

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if he's asked by colleagues. There's a leadership vacuum in UKIP

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- which has had a torrid time But, the party's former Scottish

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chairman says he "laughed" when he heard David Coburn -

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Scotland's only elected Ukip politician -

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was considering the move. Our political correspondent,

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Andrew Kerr has more. David Coburn was elected two years

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ago to serve in the European Parliament. Now his sights could be

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set on the top Ukip job. Nigel Farage's departure has left a power

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vacuum in the party, his successor Diane James was imposed for just 18

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days, as the leadership contest opens David Coburn has said he could

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be persuaded. Many people have suggested it, but I will wait to see

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what people say. It is more important to get someone we can

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unite around, that is the most important thing, but if nothing else

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I've got some experience in running Scotland so hopefully that would be

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helpful, but we have a lot of people, very talented in Ukip and we

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need to settle on somebody who will do a good job that we can agree

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with. But the MEPs shunned by the Scottish political establishment

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with the SNP calling him a buffoon today. There are wider problems for

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Ukip with the leading leadership contender having dropped out after

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an alleged fight with another MEP. You have elected politicians

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fighting each other where there is this hatred in some cases towards

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Nigel or anyone who is seen to be associated with him. Some people

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called me his puppet, things like that. Whilst that is happening, they

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are letting down the members and also themselves. I do think at this

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stage Ukip is governable. David Coburn doesn't recognise that

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portrayal. We are not easy to govern, why should we be questioned

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portrayal. We are not easy to what we are ordinary people, it is

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want to head for the House of Lords. want to head for the House of Lords.

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-- why should we be? But here in Scotland, for some people the

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prospect of David Coburn becoming Ukip's UK leader is a step too far.

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Ukip's former Scottish chairman fell out with the party, and he gave his

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reaction to the news about David Coburn. I laughed when I heard it

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and I phoned a few friends, former Ukip, who also had the same

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reaction, it is not funny, but it is farcical. The idea that the man has

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any leadership qualities to lead a party like Ukip is beyond bully. If

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David Coburn decides to run he could be against these Ukip figures, Paul

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Nuttall, Suzanne Evans and Rahim to Sam. These people and the party have

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achieved what they set out to do, Brexit. David Coburn might wonder

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about the leadership, while others wonder about the future direction of

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the party. There were numerous failings

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in the treatment and assessment of a mentally ill man

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who attacked his parents in Troon, killing his mother and severely

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injuring his father. That is among the conclusions

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of a report into mental health services in Brighton

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where Graeme Morris was living, prior to travelling to his parents

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house in Ayrshire four years ago. Ten patients of the Sussex

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Partnership Trust have killed Aileen Clarke has been looking

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into this Scottish case. In October 2012 Graeme Morris who

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was 30 at the time travel to his parents home in Troon and he slept

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and -- slapped and pushed is Martha and beat up his father, leaving him

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severely injured -- slapped and pushed his mother. He was diagnosed

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as a schizophrenic and pleaded guilty to cobble homicide and is

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being detained indefinitely. He had attacked his parents this was such

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was his paranoia he believed his father had abused him and along with

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his mother was part of a secret Satanic cult. This lengthy

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independent report into Graeme Morris's care in Brighton where he

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was living has found a number of failings and weaknesses in his

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treatment and assessments and a failure to involve either his family

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or a former partner, when assessing the risk he might pose, a missed

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opportunity, this reports says. To discover, that he was using drugs,

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for example, and legal highs. Despite that the report concludes

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that Graeme Morris's violent attack on his parents was neither

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predictable or preventable. However the report notes that his family do

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not agree. They believe it could have been predicted and prevented.

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Today the chief executive of the trust responsible for his care, gave

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this apology to his father. I trust responsible for his care, gave

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apologise entirely, this is not something we wanted to happen and I

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can understand how devastating it is for him, there is nothing I can say

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that can bring his wife back. I would want to assure him that we are

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serious about learning the lessons. What are the recommendations from

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the report? The main one is that the trust but in place a way of making

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sure they can get the views of family members when trying to assess

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the risk of a patient -- put in place. Graeme Morris's father was so

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concerned he phoned his son's GP and told him, but the report points out

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that that information that he was threatening to kill his parents,

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that did not seem to reach some of the other medical professionals who

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were then carrying out the assessment, and that is a key

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recommendation here. I spoke to Graeme Morris's father and he didn't

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want to give any interviews, the family don't want to talk publicly

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about this, but he said they had made their views very clear to the

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reports and we have reflected that. We should also say that this is just

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one case admits a whole number of cases that this trust have had to

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investigate where patients have gone on to kill people -- amidst a whole

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number. There has been reaction to the report. Thank you very much.

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Police are appealing for help to trace a violent

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criminal who has absconded from Castle Huntly

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31-year-old David Arthur, who was on a temporary period

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of leave, was last seen in Shore Road in Perth on Monday.

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Police said he has convictions for violence and warned members

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Arthur has connections to the Paisley area and inquiries

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are continuing there and throughout Glasgow.

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Three women arrested in connection with the death of a 16 year old girl

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in Midlothian at the weekend have been released from police custody.

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The 43 year old, 17 and 16 years old had been due to appear in court

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today in connection with the death of Shellie Callaghan

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Police had been concerned that the girl may have had access

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The number of people killed in fires in Scotland has gone

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45 people died, that's up four on the previous year,

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according to the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service.

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Overall the number of fires also rose.

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More than half the callouts were false alarms and hoaxes.

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More details for an immigration removal centre next to

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The Home Office wants to build a 51-bed "short-term holding

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facility" to house those awaiting removal from the country.

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It follows the announcement last month that the controversial

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Dungavel removal centre in Lanarkshire is to close next year.

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The plans are currently being considered by

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Ou're watching BBC Reporting Scotland.

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The prices we pay for shops and household bills are rising,

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inflation almost doubled last month. And still to come, the Lord

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of the Isles becomes Lord of the Dance as he visits

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the Royal National MOD in Stornoway. Dozens of cafes, shops

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and restaurants have signed up to a scheme to recruit

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"breastfeeding friendly" They'll all carry a sign

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in their window so women will know they're welcome

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to nurse their babies. Figures show almost half

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of new mums feel uncomfortable It is still a fairly uncommon sight

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in public, but here in Aberdeen that could be about to change. Businesses

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are being recruited to display their breast-feeding friendly could

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Angels. I have gone to a few places myself where I've been desperate to

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breast-feed and to have a sign on the door to say that you are welcome

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is good and I will feel less uncomfortable. Still in this country

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compare to Sweden where I'm from, you rarely see people breast-feeding

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in public, and it is important that women who had just given birth have

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got the opportunity to go out and do what needs to be done and also have

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safe places to breast-feed, where we have facilities to change our babies

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and just to be left alone. This is one of more than 60 cafes, shops and

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restaurants in Aberdeen which have already signed up to the scheme,

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they will display a logo saying that breast-feeding is OK here, women can

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see it as a safe and secure environment for them to breast-feed

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here. The aim of the scheme is to reduce the stigma and to make it

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more acceptable to the public. It is a woman's right to be able to

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breast-feed in public but it is helping them to feel more

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comfortable to do that. This cafe is already a haven for breast-feeding

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mothers, but now it is official. We already a haven for breast-feeding

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have had a great response, we have done this now for four years and

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there has been no negativity from any guests and we have been bold

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enough to say, use our units to breast-feed. Is this it scheme

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something older mothers approve of? Someone of my age, we didn't do it,

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but it is all changed now, for the good. When you were breast-feeding

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he would not have gone to a public place and done it? -- you would not.

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If it had been happening at the time, I would have done, but

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everything was hidden in those days. This is the logo to look out for, it

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is dotted around businesses in Aberdeen city centre but the scheme

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is already expanding into rural areas, another important step to a

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breast-feeding friendly society. A look at other stories

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from across the country. Two men killed in separate road

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accidents on the A77 in Ayrshire at the weekend have been named

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as Henry Millar, who was 36 His car crashed into a tree near

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Monkton. And, in a separate accident,

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31-year-old father of two, Lee Gilchrist, from Ayr,

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died later in hospital after his car The headstones of 85 men who died

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serving their country have been reinstalled at Sighthill Cemetery

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in the north of Glasgow. In the 1950s, the Commonwealth War

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Graves Commission took down the original stones as the cemetery

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had fallen into disrepair. The grave of RAF Sergeant Andrew

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Brownlie is among those reinstated. He was killed in an air crash in

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Ireland and his body was repatriated here and buried here. We know very

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little about it, but he was coming back from Egypt on a bomber and it

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crashed in Ireland having been lost in bad weather. We did family

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research and found out about him and the accident. It's great to come up

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here and see his headstone reerected in the cemetery.

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An Edinburgh school, which recently closed its doors,

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is donating thousands of pieces of furniture to help

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The head teacher of Portobello High School was among those helping

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to load up a shipping container with tables,

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They've been removed from the old building before it's

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demolished and sent to Ghana, where they'll be

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Children are having to carry their own tables and chairs to walk miles

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to schools. Some schools don't even have chairs in classrooms. Children

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have to sit on the ground to learn. Obviously, this will make a big

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impact and also enable the children to want to go to school is. The

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Defence Minister has confirmed that all eight of the Type 2 6Frigates

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being commissioned for the Royal Navy will be built in shipyards on

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the Clyde, but has refused to announce a timetable for

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construction. She was speaking in a debate in Westminster. The SNP MP

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Martin Docherty-Hughes said that by failing to say when the ships would

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be built, the Government was harming the security of workers at the

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shipyards. The Celtic striker,

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Leigh Griffiths, has changed his Twitter name to Shorty -

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that's after Gordon Strachan left him out of the Scotland

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team for lacking height. However, the Scotland women's team

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say that size doesn't matter. Anna Signeul's squad are getting

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ready to face the Netherlands in a friendly international

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on Thursday and despite being statistically smaller

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than their opponents, the Scots believe they

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have no disadvantage. It's the first get together for

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Scotland after qualifying for their first major finals Euro 2017. A

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friendly international against the host, the Netherlands, will provide

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a physically challenging game. As Scotland take on these big

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footballing nations, there's no doubt they also encounter big

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footballing opponents. If we compare the goalkeepers in the top four

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seeded countries, Germany has a 1 meter 80 keeper. Close to 6 feet.

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France is 1.75. England is 1.80 and the Norwegian keeper 1.73 compare to

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Scotland's at 1.70. She is quite unconcerned to be the shortest... We

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have new boots with high heels. I'm blessed with God gave me. We can

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compete against the taller teams. We work on tactics and know what to do.

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Woe betide any team that under estimate us because of our height.

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The Scotland coach say the Scottish lack of height holds no frustrations

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for her. If you look at Can Kim Little, one of the best

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players in the world, she's not much over 160 centimetres. You look at

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Erin, she's the same height. It's good to be small also. Low centre of

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gravity. She maybe will not win the headers all the time in the box,

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definitely out on the pitch they are great players. I think variety is

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very good. The Scots may not be the biggest, most physical team, but

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they plan to stretch their assets to the limit. They take on the

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Netherlands on Thursday night. Celtic host German side

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Borussia Monchengladbach A victory would help

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secure an extended run Here's our senior football

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reporter, Chris McLaughlin. A club that's hop overoring its past

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heroes of European be football is preparing for a night where new ones

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could step forward. This year's Champions League experience for us

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is going to be a great learning for us. From when we last played against

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Manchester City, we are a better team, I feel. We are getting better

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as each day goes on. The younger players are gaining more experience

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and this type of occasion, again here tomorrow, will really benefit

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the players. Of course, we are here to win and tomorrow night, in

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particular, our home games we want to ensure that we can get a victory.

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They almost got one last time out. This was the performance that gives

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Celtic hope. Celtic v Manchester City last month. Few predicted it,

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but those who were there would never forget it. It gives you belief

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naturally because you perform well. If the performance will be poor

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tomorrow, we can't even talk about that game. It has to go

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step-by-step. This is the first step that game. It has to go

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against City. The next step is at Celtic Park tomorrow where we also

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need to show that we are good. City needed no introduction, but what do

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we know about tomorrow's visitors? Nicknamed the Foals due to their

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desire to field young vibrant players they are 9th in the

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Bundesliga. They have no points. They have key players injured,

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including Raphael. They could have made a point begins Barcelona. They

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lost. They are under pressure here more than Celtic, I think. A draw

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will do, I think, for Borussia Monchengladbach. This place will

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rock tomorrow night, of that there is absolutely no doubt. The last

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time when Manchester City were here the home side were the underdogs.

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Tomorrow, well, it's not so clear. But after a big performance comes

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high expectation. Now they are in a Group that many say is the toughest

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of all the Champions League groups. For Celtic, at the very least,

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there's hope. Work on the refurbishment

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and extension of Perth The ?16.6 million transformation

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began in February this year and is due to be

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completed by late 2017. The theatre has been at the heart

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of Perth's cultural life for over a century with the current work

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promising to restore the B-listed Edwardian auditorium

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to its former glory. Prince Charles, known as the Lord

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of the Isles, when he's in the Western Isles, has been more

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the Lord of the Dance today. He has been in Stornoway visiting

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the Royal National Mod. The eight-day celebration of Gaelic

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language, music and culture is being held on the islands

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for the first time since 2011. His Royal Highness, Prince Charles,

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visited Stornoway on the isle Isles of Lewis today. There he attended

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the Royal National Mod, a week long festival of gaelic language and

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culture which includes competitions as well as light hearted events.

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APPLAUSE. Prince Charles also cut a cake on the 125th birthday of the

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organisation behind the Mod. Then he presented the gaelic Learner of the

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Year Award to an unusual candidate. TRANSLATION: When I was working in

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Glasgow as a pizza chef I developed a big interest in Scottish culture

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and folk tradition. I quite enjoyed travelling around Scotland.

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Especially on the West Coast. That brought me to the Outer Hebrides.

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His Royal Highness opened an new whisky distiller. It's a boom for

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us. We are a small distillery. In terms terms of how important we are

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to the Hebrides, it can't be under stated. There are bigger

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distilleries around with a higher profile, his visit reinforces how

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important it is. We are a distillery, we are here to employ

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people and give a life line to the island in terms of employment and

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keeping familiesesies here. The Prince, also known as the Lord of

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the Isles, also enjoyed a taste of the Hebrides.

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Now, here's Graham Stewart with details of Scotland 2016.

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Will plans for a new immigration removal centre near Glasgow Airport

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mean a fairer deal for those being deported from Scotland? Assaber Dean

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shopkeepers show their support for breastfeeding on the premises - we

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ask why it's still such an issue. That is tonight, BBC Two, 10.30pm.

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Now the wlt from Christopher. Thank you thank you dry, settled weather

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in the forecast this week. We need to look to the jetstream to

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understand why. This fast moving ribbon of wind. The shape is

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important. This upside down U, horseshoe, if you like, keeping

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weather systems at bay. Under the apex high pressure sits that will

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drift over the British Isles keeping us largely dry and settled autumnal

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sunshine, one or two light showers, chilly by night. Today we had rain

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to the south-west which cleared through, a case of sunshine and

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showers. Most of the showers were to the west. Tonight the showers will

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fizzle and fade away, confined to coastal parts. Inland Scotland will

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be dry, but breezy. Temperatures should not fall away too far. A

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number of showers around the highland and islands up towards the

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northern isles. Inland Scotland will be dry. Temperatures in towns and

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cities, six or seven Celsius. In the countryside a few shelter spots down

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to two or three. Tomorrow, the high pressure will edge in, keeping this

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low pressure at bay. Providing a largely dry and settled day. Yes,

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there will be a few showers around the West Coast and indeed the east

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coast. The showers in the west will fade away. For most a dry, fine day

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with lovely spells of sunshine. Because the wind are lighter

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temperatures should feel better than today. Cloud to the eastern side, a

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few showers here. For most it is dry, bright and sunny and any

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showers will be few and far between. Now the rest of the afternoon into

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the evening and overnight and we hold on to the cloud and a few

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showers. Aberdeenshire down towards the Borders they will clear away.

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Elsewhere, dry, clear and much colder than this coming nightle.

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Thursday gets off to a chilly start. Perhaps one or two light showers

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through through the borders before clearing. Plenty of sunshine, crisp

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autumnal conditions, light wince, temperatures of 12-13, that is the

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forecast for now. Thank you very much, Christopher.

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Now, a reminder of tonight's main news.

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The prices we pay in shops, online, for travel and for

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Official fugures show inflation almost doubled last

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expected this will be just be the start of a new bout

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I'll be back with the headlines at 8.00pm and the late bulletin just

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