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Tonight, on Reporting Scotland: It's not hard and it's not soft -

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the First Minister urges Scottish business leaders to back her search

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It's been just over a month since the RAF gunner Corrie McKeague

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went missing and his mother now worries a third party may be

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It's very hard to think of anything else that has happened to him other

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than he has gone in a vehicle. The Rangers mid fielder

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Joey Barton will get clarity on his future with club,

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when they meet tomorrow. And is this how to encourage girls

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to take up a career in engineering? The First Minister has urged

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Scottish business leaders to back her in seeking a deal

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to protect Scotland's interests Nicola Sturgeon argued that the top

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priority was to maintain access to the European single market

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in goods and services. Otherwise, she warned that trade

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and jobs would suffer. But her political opponents

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challenged her to drop her back-up This from our political

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editor Brian Taylor. Nicola Sturgeon, in Edinburgh, in

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search of common ground. I think there is a real opportunity to

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present to the UK Government a unified Scottish position, and all

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Scotland coalition support for the single market. And all Scotland

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coalition of businesses and universities and others to resist a

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hard Brexit. The aim, to put weight behind Scotland's demand to stay

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close to the European single market. In the audience, concerns over

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investment. In Scotland, outside the single market, there are concerns

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these companies will go to other parts of Europe. I think it is

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important to retain a Scottish identity and retain some form of

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focus on Scotland in the single market. There is real anxiety as

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well. I don't care if you live in Scotland, England, Wales, Northern

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Ireland, whether you are male, female or kangaroo, I just want

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certainty so that I can give that to my staff and grow the business. This

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matters. Scotland trades heavily with the EU. A report reckons Brexit

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could cost up to 80,000 Scottish jobs. In relation to the issue of

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clarity on the aim is the government has in relation to Brexit... The

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Prime Minister says she understands and wants a deal that will benefit

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the whole of the UK so what might happen? The single market consists

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currently of the 28 EU member states plus Iceland, bleached and Steyn and

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Norway -- Liechtenstein. Then there is Switzerland which has accessed

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through multiple treaties. Now some EU voices questioning the existing

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membership. Crucially, all members of the single market are full

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autonomous states, not like Scotland, a devolved section of a

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bigger state. EU legal experts like Doctor Tobias Lok spell it out. That

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poses a challenge for Scotland. The starting point he says would be to

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get the UK Government on side. Scotland needs new powers under the

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devolution system. Not only to sign up to an organisation like this, but

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to comply with all the rules and organisation has, such as rules on

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product standards, rules on financial services and importantly,

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rules on immigration. Doctor Lough stresses that anything is possible

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in the EU if the will is there will stop Greenland was allowed to leave

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in the EU if the will is there will the EU while remaining part of then

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mark. Could Scotland example lie here, the French Belgian speaking

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province of Wallonia. The parliament is currently blocking a major deal

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between the EU and Canada. But it is not in the single market, that is

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reserved to Belgium. In all, the sort of conundrum which might appeal

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to Wallonia's famous son, the artist Renae Matt greet. -- Magritte.

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What'll happen in the meantime? I expect they will publish proposals

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for ways that Scotland's interests will be protected as much as it is

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possible. They will publish proposals before Christmas setting

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up options for ways of protecting those interests. I will not be at

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all surprised if they don't feature heavily in the European Economic

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Area that I referred to there. The options will be advanced and put

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forward to the UK Government. That is confirmed by Mike Russell,

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Scotland's Brexit minister. We also know there is something else in

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Nicola Sturgeon's back pocket, and independents referendum? This is

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like a Magritte masterpiece. It works on several levels. This is

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within the ambit of the United Kingdom, a genuine issue of policy,

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but there is strategy as well. In the longer term, they might wish to

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demonstrate that they have pursued every avenue, that they have

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exhausted every option and that it came to nothing within the ambit of

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the UK, and at that point, they might argue and convince the people

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of Scotland, that it is justified to seek a further vote on independence.

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Thank you. Meanwhile fishing industry leaders

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in Scotland say they're encouraged by talks they've held in London

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with the UK government on the opportunities and challenges

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presented by Brexit. The organisation, which campaigned

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for a Leave vote in June's referendum, says control over

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British waters will bring huge potential benefits

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to Scottish fishing. We have a very strong hand that is

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completely understood of course, by the secretary of state, and we are

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now asking both governments for us in Scottish fishing, both relevant

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governments, to work together on this, because this is one of the

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best patches of maritime real estate in the world.

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Judges are to issue a written decision on whether a private

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Final legal arguments were heard at the Court of Session

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Relatives of three of the six people who died in the crash in December

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2014 are seeking permission from the court to bring charges

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One of two police officers seriously injured after being deliberately

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run down by a car has been released from hospital.

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The man and his female colleague were knocked down

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after they responded to a disturbance in the Knightswood

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The woman, who was more seriously injured spent some time in intensive

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Police are still hunting the occupants of the car

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and are treating the incident as attempted murder.

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A campaign is growing to cut speed limits in a Perthshire town after

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the death of a baby girl. Someone changed 30 mph signs to 20. That has

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been criticised by the police that some have said they wanted to be

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enforced throughout the town. Flowers still mark the scene where

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Harlow Edwards was killed two weeks ago. She was walking along the

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pavement when she was struck by a car after it collided with another

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vehicle. The two-year-old's funeral took place yesterday. Her older

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brother and teenage sister are recovering from serious injuries. An

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investigation into the cause of accident is continuing, but it has

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shocked people in the town and has led to increased calls for speed

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limits to be cut. There is a 30 mile per limit in force on these roads

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but a couple of hundred yards further on it changes to 60. People

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here say they have campaigned to have a 20 mph limit throughout the

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town and that Harlow's death adds urgency to that campaign. But

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opinions on whether that would work are divided. There are lots of

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people, possibly kids knocking around, I think 20 mph would be

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reasonable. I think it is a very good idea. Everybody who knows the

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area knows the police are there twice a week. Someone took direct

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action, changing some of the signs to 20. They have been changed back

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but it is perhaps a sign of frustration. A lot of people are

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very angry, however, that was an illegal action. While it might have

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given people a bit of cheer, it was soon rectified. Whoever did it

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removed it very quickly. The police have issued a stern warning. They

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say they regularly carry out speed enforcement activity in the area and

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altering statutory signs, as well as being an offence, risks jeopardising

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police efforts to enforce the listing legal speed limits. The

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council say they are planning a range of further measures to

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discourage speeding on this road. But the death of this little girl

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has made campaign is more determined to get a permanent lower speed limit

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in their town. A 26-year-old man has been charged

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with the murder of a 52-year-old man John Smith died

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following a disturbance Today Allan Robertson appeared

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at Kilmarnock Sheriff court He made no plea or declaration

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and was remanded in custody. Police say they are looking for

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Craig Munro whose picture they issued last week.

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A plan is in place for the Scottish Government to take over

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the running of the country's railways, if Scotrail fails to meet

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More than 19,000 people have signed a petition calling on the Transport

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Minister Humza Yousaf to strip the Dutch firm Abellio

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of the Scotrail contract if they fail to improve.

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Mr Yousaf told MSPs that contingency plans were ready for ministers

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BBC Scotland has learned VisitScotland has suspended the five

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star rating of an Aberdeen hotel at the centre of a row

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The tourism agency has removed the Marcliffe Hotel

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from its website and suspended it from its quality assurance scheme.

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On Friday, the hotel's owner Stewart Spence,

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apologised after using derogatory terms about homosexuals

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Police in Suffolk have again been searching the countryside

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near Bury St Edmonds for an RAF servicemen who went missing

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Corrie McKeague, who's from Dunfermline disappeared.

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RAF serviceman Corrie McKeague has been missing for over a month.

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The 23-year-old from Dunfermline was last seen near his base

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in Bury St Edmonds, and despite widespread coverage

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of CCTV showing the 23-year-old after a night out, his

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Now his mother Nicola, who has campaigned relentlessly

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for information, says she believes he was taken in a vehicle.

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From Suffolk, Katherine Nash reports.

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Searches today at great live Amir. The latest in the hunt for missing

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service man Corrie McKeague. This week, a possible breakthrough. A

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sighting of him on the Hollow Road industrial estate behind the sugar

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beet factory. But for his mother and brother, hope in finding him have

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faded fast. Our thoughts have changed initially, from as the

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police thought, it is very hard to think of anything that has happened

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other than he has gone into a vehicle. Somebody drunk at three

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o'clock in the morning is not going to be able to walk without being

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seen. Earlier this week, a man came forward to say he had possibly seen

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Corrie behind the sugar beet factory. Do you think that could be

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Corrie? I don't think it could be him. I cannot thank this gentleman

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enough for coming forward. We cannot... We have checked CCTV from

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where this gentleman has seen Corrie. You are a police officer but

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you are also a mother. From the heart, what would you say to people

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who were in the area at the time? I am a police officer but I am

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definitely a mother first without a shadow of a doubt. If Somerby has

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tried to help Corrie, if they have given him a lift to try and help him

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get a lift up the road but they have taken him to the wrong place, and

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then they have dropped him off, and now they feel

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guilty, they did something nice to begin with so please carry on. Let

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us know where you have dropped him off. Something untoward has happened

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to him which is why he has not been able to come home. If it is somebody

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who has taken him, I do know why you have taken him. You clearly don't

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want anything because this is not a kidnapped. Nobody has come forward

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and asking for anything of any description so why would somebody

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have taken him? Tell us where he is. You came down from Scotland to

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suffer a month ago, how long will you stay here? We were coming back

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from London the other day on the train and my other son said I cannot

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wait to get home and he meant Berry. It is really difficult to say when

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we will go home. We know we need to for our own sanity because we will

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feel like we are giving up on Corrie. If we stay too long and then

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decide to go home, but they are making it so easy for us to cope

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down here that it makes it really difficult to go home. Over the past

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four weeks, police, the RAF and volunteers from Suffolk rescue have

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been out in force. Their main focus is the area around Bury St Edmunds

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and RAF Honington where Corrie was based. More than 5000 man-hours have

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disappeared so far without a trace disappeared so far without a trace

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-- looking for the air man. Catherine Ashton joins us from

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Suffolk police headquarters. As we have heard, CCTV has led to a lot of

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publicity but no clues. Where does this report go now?

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INAUDIBLE Well, apologies, we are having some

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technical problems. We will try to get things sorted and hear from

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Katherine Nash later in the programme.

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Politics in Scotland has become quite divided. I want the public to

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re-engage with Parliament. Then we can be confident we can carry out

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the duties on behalf of the people of Scotland.

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You're watching BBC Reporting Scotland.

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The First Minister has been urging Scottish business leaders to back

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what she calls her search for a "flexible" exit to Brexit.

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How an Aberdeen school encourages girls to take up

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The future of the Rangers' midfielder Joey Barton should

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The former Manchester City and Burnley player is to hold talks

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with the club after he was suspended for a training ground

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Here's our Senior Football Reporter Chris McLaughlin.

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Well, Rangers have a league match here at Ibrox this evening. Joey

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Barton will play no part he hasn't featured for Rangers since the 5-1

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defeat to Celtic last month. That was over five weeks ago. Why is this

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problem dragging on? It is understood that Rangers are trying

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to build a case to say he is in breach of contract. We understand

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Barton will fight any notion of that. Tomorrow's meeting of the

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first time that both parties have sat down to discuss this problem.

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Now, if Rangers failed to sack him, they may well have to pay up the

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remainder of his contract, around ?2 million will be a resolution

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tomorrow? Maybe. We are told this could be the first of many meetings.

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It is safe to say no matter what happens tomorrow or in the future,

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Joey Barton's rear at Rangers is already over.

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The death of a man in Aberdeen early this morning is

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Police say they're following a positive line of enquiry

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after the body of a 26-year-old was found by officers

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called to a property in Mastrick at around 5am.

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The man, who has yet to be named, was pronounced dead at the scene.

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More than 30 police and rescue experts have joined an extended

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search for a missing French student, in Edinburgh.

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Divers have been scouring Duddingston Loch for signs

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of 21-year-old Antoine Maury who was last seen on Monday night.

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A new possible sighting of him running between the Loch and

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The public is being urged to check gardens, outhouses and garages.

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As he lost his footing, across from the loch, there is water and it was

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freezing cold on Monday night. It would be treacherous if anyone fell

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in that forms the basis of our main concerns.

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A look at other stories from across the country...

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Police have named the three-week-old baby who died at a house in Fife

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at the weekend as Violet-Ivy Turnbull.

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Emergency services were called to a home in Cupar, early on Saturday.

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Production has resumed on a platform from which 95 tonnes of oil

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BP's Clair installation - to the West of Shetland -

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was shut down more than three weeks ago following the release,

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which happened due to a fault with the system that separates

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A Dundee-born scientist has died in Antarctica after the snowmobile

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50-year-old Dr Gordon Hamilton was killed after the vehicle plunged

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Dr Hamilton was a professor at the University of Maine

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A man who brought stun guns back to Scotland as a souvenir

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of his holiday has been jailed for five years.

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Niall Dinsmore was caught with the weapons -

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which were disguised as torches - when he returned to Edinburgh

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The High Court in Edinburgh heard the 28-year-old from

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Northern Ireland bought the stun guns as presents because he thought

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The former artistic director of the Arches in Glasgow is to take

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over at the National Theatre of Scotland.

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Edinburgh born Jackie Wylie will start her new job next spring.

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The current director Laurie Sansom, announced his departure

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What I have been doing was working to spread the tendrils of theatre as

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widely as possible in order to reach as wide a spectrum of the population

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in the broadest sense of audiences as can be achieved by theatre. It is

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a continuation of that spirit of innovation.

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Experts who repaired the Forth Road Bridge have won

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the coveted Saltire Society award for civil engineering.

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Scotland's longest bridge was closed to all traffic in December last

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year after fractures were found in the steelwork.

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Andy Murray's quest to end the year as world number one continues: Now,

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he has to win the final two ranking events of the season

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-- to have a chance of overtaking Novak Djokovic.

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is the Vienna Open - where he's just won

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through to the second round by beating

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Some of you may recall our school days when the boys headed off

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to metal-work or technical drawing and for the girls -

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As you know there's been a concerted campaign to get more

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girls into engineering, and today nearly 100 interested

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female pupils were brought together by Aberdeen University.

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This is the car I was talking about. A world away from the cliche of boys

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and toys, today is about the girls and encouraging more of them to

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build and create their way into the career of engineering. I don't think

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people give women the opportunity to have a career in engineering. I

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think it is down to stereotypes. Hopefully that is changing and

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events like this are doing their job is to encourage us to be engineers.

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I think it started off as a male dominated field. A lot of people

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would have been discouraged from doing it. It is following the trend.

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More female role models would help. There were plenty on hand. As a

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female engineer, I feel we can actually give ourselves more

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opportunities and that is why this event brings them to try and see

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that they actually have skills for this profession. This is what we are

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doing, trying to challenge this misconception. The proportion of

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women studying engineering has remained virtually static since 2012

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at 16%. Only 9% of the UK engineering workforce is female.

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That is so the car is not too bumpy. There are signs of a more level

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playing field. I would say it is a wee bit daunting. Some might think

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it is a male -based industry. I would say don't let it put you off.

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Things are changing. More women are going into engineering, which is a

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positive thing. We need more. These girls can be part of that future.

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Challenges have been met and fun has been had, important ingredients were

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getting more girls into engineering. Now here's Graham Stewart

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with details of Scotland 2016. Student debt has doubled undersupply

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of university places is failing to keep up with demand. Hours of

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Scottish Government is going to improve the prospect of young people

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from poor background? -- how is the Scottish Government going to

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improve? And improving day. After a damp

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morning, things did improve. You can see on the satellite radar picture,

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this weather front edging southwards. A few spots rain. Some

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sunshine coming through the cloud will stop the cloud reforming

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tonight. Fairly breezy and fairly mild. The exception will be the

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north-east across Aberdeenshire. We will see temperatures fall away to

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two, three Celsius in the countryside. Still breezy around the

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West Coast, the far north and the Northern Isles. And tomorrow, we

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will have a similar setup. We are a good way away from the setup in the

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English Channel and the weather front will get the chance to affect

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us with the outbreaks of rain. The packed ice above mean there is a

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breeze on offer. On Thursday, a few spots of rain which will dry up.

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Most of the activity in the north-west with persistent rain

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through the and Islands. By mid afternoon, in the central belt and

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south, it will be fairly cloudy. Some sunshine coming through,

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certainly towards five, in towards Aberdeenshire. Further west, cloudy

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and damp. Brightening up later on once the heavy showers have cleared

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through. It will be windy with gale force gusts at times. The wind will

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edge its way southwards and we will see a spell of it overnight. On

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Friday it is gone. Lighter winds to come. Generally dry and cloudy was

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some brighter moments at times and a few spots of light rain. In the

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weekend we have high pressure across the near continent and low pressure

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in the Atlantic. A bit of a battle. Foremost, on Saturday and Sunday,

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largely dry and fairly cloudy. Perhaps a few showers in the west on

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Saturday. Temperatures around 12, 13 Celsius. As we head through towards

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Sunday, more of the same for many. Perhaps the of a weather front

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edging in, bringing outbreaks of rain in the north and north-west.

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For the weekend, generally dry and cloudy.

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

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The First Minister has urged business leaders to back her in her

:26:31.:26:34.

decision to stay in the European Union. French officials in charge of

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clearing the so-called Jungle migrant camp in Calais say they have

:26:44.:26:46.

accomplish their mission. Aid workers have raised concerns over

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the plight of the number of children who have yet to be accommodated.

:26:50.:26:55.

Just over a month after an RAF servicemen went missing, her mother

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says she believes others may be involved in his disappearance.

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I'll be back with the late bulletin just after the ten o'clock news.

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And after some sort of baking competition that is on tonight.

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Until then, from everyone on the team - right

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