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The First Minister is under fire over delays to new NHS

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trauma centres in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee and Aberdeen.

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Travel disruption as snow and icy conditions hit across Scotland.

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Is pressure to meet deadlines causing lorry drivers to ignore

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regulations. If the load isn't there in time, you will be fined. So money

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Also on the programme: will be taken off your agreed price.

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Some improvements in Scotrail's

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performance, but it's still failing to meet punctuality targets.

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And, this watch was on board the first ship to be

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Now a Glasgow museum is searching for the family of its owner.

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The health service took centre stage at Holyrood today,

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with the First Minister facing a claim that lives could be put

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at risk, because of delays in creating four new specialist

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trauma centres at hospitals across Scotland.

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The centres - in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee and Aberdeen -

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were scheduled to be in place now, but they won't now be fully

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Nicola Sturgeon says it's correct to take time

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Here's our political editor Brian Taylor.

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Trauma centres already exist. Here is the First Minister touring one in

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Dundee. They deal with casualties from major incidents. Plans to

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upgrade and integrate them were due to be completed last year. But that

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has been deferred. Communities have been expecting these centres for two

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years and are now told to wait at least another three. I think they

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deserve a fuller explanation. Labour spot lited Aberdeen and said an

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enhanced trauma centre there was vital to cope with emergencies that

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might arise in the North Sea. The life saving medics told me what

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they're telling the Government, more delays will cost lives. The First

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Minister said initial plans has been questioned by clinicians. That

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prompted a rethink and a delay. But they decided to stick with four

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centres. We are not talking about creating from scratch four new

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facilities that currently don't exist. These four hospitals in

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Aberdeen, Dundee, Glasgow and Edinburgh already provide excellent

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trauma care. What we are taurveging about is -- talking about is

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continuing to enhance what they do and to join up the services they

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provide with the services that other hospitals provide and with the

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service the ambulance service provides in an integrated network.

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These were robust exchanges, reflecting the emotive nature of the

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topic. There are two competing diagnosis. The opposition said a

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promise has been broken. But Nicola Sturgeon said that a plan had been

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sensibly restructured in the light of advice and action was now in

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place. This row has highlights the challenges facing the NHS, our

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correspondent is at Edinburgh Royal Infirmary for us tonight. We have

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heard a lot about the NHS crisis in England. I think it would be fair to

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say in Scotland the picture looks better, but that doesn't mean to say

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it is not facing its own huge challenges. If we look at A

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figures, the figures show in Scotland we are 10% better off. But

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the Government's own targets in Scotland for waiting times haven't

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been met since September last year. And that goes for other waiting time

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targets too. The annual report shows it only made one out of eight key

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targets. In term of social care, we are doing good work on the ground,

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but there are too many people struck in hospital for too long because

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there are no care packages and we are facing a recruitment crisis for

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staff not just in rural areas, but in cities. So we are maybe not using

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the words humanitarian crisis to describe the NHS in Scotland, but

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the chair of the BMA said the NHS was struggling. And 40% of the

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entire Scottish budget is spent on health and health boards are

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struggling to balance the books. Thank you.

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Snow and ice have caused disruption on Scotland's roads today.

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A section of the M74 was closed during this morning's rush hour

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causing long tailbacks and there've been a spate of accidents

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Winter in Scotland - a season with many different faces. The

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picturesque, capable of turning into something less forgiving. Sometimes

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with damaging results. On the M74 this morning the conditions brought

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traffic to a stand-still. A four car collision a as a result of the

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winter's first major snowfall. Across the country the snow has been

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patchy. But where it's fallen it has caused problems. Here just outside

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Dunblane you see the kind of problems that drivers have been

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seeing. It took six hours to fwree this delivery -- free this delivery

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van. And Sir Chris Hoy was rescued by a gritter after his car spun off

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the road. But the general picture for those monitoring major roads was

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one of isolated disruption. We have had to deal with a number of

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incidents, some closed roads, we have had to deploy our gritters in

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fact we had 241 gritters out last night and we dealt with temperatures

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down to minus eight and a half degrees. As those gritters welcome

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back being put to work, the impact was felt far and wide. In the

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Highlands and Dumfries and Galloway a number of school were closed. Some

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ferry services to the islands were cancelled. Rough seas hinting at

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what lies ahead for some - strong winds, snow and ice all feature in a

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series of weather warnings that last until tomorrow evening. Staying mind

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of of what a Scottish winter is capable of remains the message. And

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more snow are forecast tonight. Craig Anderson is in Inverness. What

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is expected where you are? As we saw and heard in Steven's report, the

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majority of problems today have been on the roads. But as the day wore

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on, well, the weather got more benign, with the snow showers

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getting fewer and further between. But we are not out of winds. The

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forecasters say that tonight the snow showers, the like of which we

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have had will merge into longer periods of snow and that will be

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accompanied by severe gale force winds up to 70mph. That may turn to

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rain in coastal areas and that may mean that in those areas there will

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be overtopping with high waves and the winds of harbour walls and

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coastal road and on high ground we could have blizzards and drifting

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snow. Yes, I know it is the winter and we should expect the weather,

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but we have seen a lot of bumps and shunts on the road and BBC

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Scotland's travel unit has been telling us that already there are a

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lot of drivers having difficulties on many roads. So the message is

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take care and be prepared for the conditions and anybody that is

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travelling, particularly in the early hours of tomorrow, be prepared

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for disruption and be prepared to look forward to the weekend, where

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the forecasters say this the first wintry snap of 2017 should have

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passed most of us by. Thank you. And we'll have a full

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weather forecast at It isn't the first time a high-sided

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lorry has been blown over by gale force winds on the Forth Road

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Bridge. But yesterday's incident,

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which caused major travel disruption, has raised questions

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about whether lorry drivers ignore warnings because of

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pressure to meet deadlines. As John McManus reports that's

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the claim of one driver who's been Open again and running smoothly. It

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was different on Wednesday, when the Forth Road Bridge was closed because

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of this accident. The driver's been arrested. But it is not the first

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time high-sided vehicles have been caught out on the bridge. So why do

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drivers risk it? This driver who was caught up in yesterday's delays says

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industry colleagues are under pressure. Our customer pays for the

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transport and they say to the company, if the load isn't there by

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the time that we stipulate, then you will be fined. IE, money will be

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taken off of our agreed price. And the companies certainly... That,

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they project that pressure on to the driver. There are no official

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figures on how many HGV ignore high wind warnings. But the police were

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sufficiently concerned about the dangers to lorries that it launched

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a campaign in October. The company dangers to lorries that it launched

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running the Forth Road Bridge said it passes details of incidents to

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the police, but the onus is on the drivers. It only takes one to bring

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the bridge to a closure and the consequences of that we saw

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yesterday. And it was reliant on the drivers following the signage.

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Otherwise one HGV can close the bridge. Haulage companies can get

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help. This industry body posts advice on driving. Drivers are not

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under pressure from operators to ignore road traffic signs and any

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safety advice. Across Scotland, high-sided vehicles and high winds

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often don't mix well. Drivers be ware.

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A heroin addict has been jailed for life for murdering her

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41-year-old Sandra Weir battered Mary Logie to death

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at the pensioner's home in Leven in January last year.

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She was convicted after the jury heard she had been stealing

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money from Mrs Logie to fund her drug habit.

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At the High Court in Edinburgh, Weir was ordered to serve a minimum

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The punctiality and reliability of train services in Scotland have

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improved over the last month according to figures

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But although it's the third period in a row that the company has

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reported an improvement it's still operating below the target set

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The timely arrival of a train during a snow flurry in Glasgow today. The

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puncturety of services got better, but they're still below the targets

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set by the Government. We are not at the level we want to be at. What we

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are busy with is a rolling programme that will continuously improve

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punctuality. In the last month almost 90% of services ran within

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five minutes of when they show. Which ScotRail see as proof they're

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heading in the right direction. It is a lot better than it was. There

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is few delay. You can get to where you want to go easily. What is your

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experience? When there has been delays, there is replacement buses

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and I can't say we have been stuck anywhere. We could probably do with

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having slightly nicer trains I would think. Some new trains are promised

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from September. But issues like the signalling fault at Haymarket

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yesterday will continue to put a dent in the figures. Milngavie

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station one of many stations where services were disrupted throughout

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the central belt. This is a busy commuter line and one traveller said

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he is not seeing any improvement. It used to be that the service was

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generally very reliable. And now every week I often get a taxi home

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from work if the trains are significantly delayed. Events on the

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network can affect services anywhere and that is what you get when you

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have a network as busy as ours. So we have a total focus to minimise

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the effect of signalling failures or rolling stock failures. Last week's

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disruption at Airdrie was a child's scooter thrown on to over headlines.

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ScotRail says things will continue to improve. Their challenge is to

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convince their customers of that. Labour's UK leader, Jeremy Corbyn,

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has appeared to contradict a call by the Scottish Labour

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leader for a new Act of Kezia Dugdale made the suggestion

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last month, as she outlined plans Here's our Westminster

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correspondent, David Porter. Jeremy Corbyn... 251,000. On his

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election as Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn promised to be a friend of

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Scotland and a frequent visitor. Krit sicks say he has not -- critics

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say he has not delivered. He disagrees. I have been in Scotland a

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lot of times and in Scotland again next Friday. Others talk of tensions

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between himself and Labour's Scottish leader, Kezia Dugdale on

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the crucial question of constitutional reform, these

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enthusiastic and wants a new Act of Union. He sounds less than keen. I

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want us to look at the constitutional relationships. I

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wouldn't use the words new Act of Union. Who we will be doing is

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looking at a new constitutional convention for the whole of the UK

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and there is a need to have a discussion about the relative powers

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in Scotland, in Wales and in Northern Ireland. Of devolved

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Assemblies. Tonight Scottish Labour issued this response:

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But what about the central faultline in Scottish politics - independence?

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Should the First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, call a second referendum?

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I don't see the need for one and I am not asking for one and I don't

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think she should call one. Jeremy Corbyn knows this an important year

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for Labour in the UK and Scotland. Council elections in May and helping

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to frame the wider debate on Brexit will loom large.

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Tonight's top story: The films First Minister is under fire over delays

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for new A centres and why the Edinburgh rugby club may relocate.

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An agreement has been reached to ensure that foreign workers

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on freight boats serving Orkney and Shetland are paid

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Transport Minister, Humza Yousaf has announced that a new charter

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arrangement will resolve the long-running row

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This cargo boat waits for a weather window to seal to Aberdeen.

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But there is good news for the crew on board.

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An agreement has been reached to ensure

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all the seafarers are paid at least the minimum wage.

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And new charter arrangement will see the operators

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of the Lifeline ferry contract take over the running of cargo vessels.

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The crew were being paid less than the minimum wage.

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As soon I became aware of the situation, we

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now have agreement in place to pay at least the minimum wage.

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The RMT union has launched a high-profile

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They called on the Scottish Government to intervene.

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They held a protest at the quayside in Aberdeen and marched

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If you had let us know were coming today, we

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could have done our homework and found out exactly what the issue is.

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However, it is a Scottish Government contract

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and RMT remain absolutely convinced and certain

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that the rates of pay that are collectively bargained

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The new contract comes into force next month.

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A look at other stories from across the country.

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Oil and gas service company Akker Solutions is to cut

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The company says it's likely that 100 of the redundancies

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Akker is blaming the decision on market conditions.

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Campaigners opposed to plans for ship-to-ship oil

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transfers in the Moray Firth have been protesting outside

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The Cromarty Firth Port Authority wants permission to transfer

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millions of tonnes of crude annually at sea, and insists the risk

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But opponents say any accident could pose a threat to the Firth's

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It could be disastrous. One accident between these ship to ship oil

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transfers, just one accident, good destroy the ecosystem or set it back

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decades. Tourists come here to see that, they don't come here to see

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oil to oil -- oil transfers between ships.

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Craft beer company BrewDog is threatening to pull the plug

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on expansion plans at its brewery in Aberdeenshire, over a row

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The Ellon-based company wants to build a hotel,

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restaurant and conference centre, creating 80 jobs, but it claims

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Aberdeenshire Council wants 60 times the fair market

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The authority says it has a responsibility to ensure best

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In the village of Birkhead near Elgin they have celebrated the New

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Year with this tradition. Despite 50 mph snow showers, locals carried a

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flaming barrel around the town. It is said to bring good luck to the

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village. Pieces of the Clavie are said

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to bring good luck and are given In Rugby, the Scotland international

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Duncan Weir says his club, Edinburgh Rugby, had to relocate

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from the home of Scottish Edinburgh are going well

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in the European Challenge Cup this season, but they're struggling

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in the Pro Twelve league, as they have done in

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the past few campaigns. So to help improve their fortunes

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they've sought pastures new, This will be their home for the next

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few years at least. They have given the rugby facility they bit of a

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makeover, constructing a couple of temporary stands. Although not quite

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as quickly as this time-lapse would suggest. It means moving out of

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their former home and Scotland's largest rugby stadium, Murrayfield.

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We're coming here to make it a more hostile environment. As you pointed

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out, playing in front of a small crowd in a big stadium, rather than

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a crowd of 5000 packed in a 5000 seater stadium will make it a much

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better atmosphere for the layers on the field and hopefully get a more

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special bond with the fans as well. Edinburgh's first match at their new

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home is a week on Friday when they played the Romanian club Saracens in

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the European Challenge Cup. Before that, they have a hugely important

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home match in the same competition against English side harlequins this

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weekend. A win for them would just about see them through to the

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quarterfinals. We want to win the game and by doing that it takes any

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other peripheral stuff out of the equation. We need to go down there

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and perform and do well. One way to look at Edinburgh's move is to say

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they've downsized, but it may just turn out they have found their dream

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home. Sir Andy Murray is in Melbourne

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preparing for the first Grand Slam He goes into the Australian Open

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as the world's number one player and will be in the other half

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of tonight's draw from his Murray has made the final

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of the event no fewer than five Glasgow's Riverside Museum has

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launched an appeal to find the family of the owner of a watch

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in their collection. The watch belonged to Sid Worral,

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a chef on board the Athenia which was torpedoed on the first day

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of the Second World War in 1939. Our arts correspondent

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Pauline McLean takes up the story. The watch itself is nothing special,

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it's a perfectly ordinary 1930s man's wristwatch. But the story it

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has to tell is really fascinating. It relates really strongly to this

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vessel, the Athenia, witch was the first ship to be sunk during a II.

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-- during World War II. When the ship was still be there than some of

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the other young men were the last of the boat, he ended up in a lifeboat

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and there were two badly burned cooks. Dad was talking to them and

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doing what he could to comfort them. One cook, I believe his name was

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Sid, said do that, could you keep my watch for me? Jenny believed Sid

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died and kept the watch until his own death two years ago, when his

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family gave it to Glasgow, where the Athenia was built. But curator Emily

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was convinced there was much more to the story. Having found a letter in

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the city archives which found Sid recovered in Galway before returning

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to Glasgow. He says there are only two dividers here, another cook from

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Worral. This linked it with the name said. While Sid maybe be gone, she

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is keen to reunite the watch with his family. It's not just the

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objects, if the stories that they tell. The watch is not that

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interesting as an object but it is the story around it. We would like

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to take that story forward and complete it and put it on display,

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that would be fantastic. A watch which travelled the world and

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survived against the odds, just like its owner. Paul

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How's the weather looking? Thank you very much indeed. Good evening, it

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has certainly been wintry for some of us today and more on the way

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tonight. This is the latest rain and snow radar. Quite moderate across

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the North at times but overnight a further spell of snow and high

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winds, so further Met Office yellowed beer where warnings are in

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force. There are the showers in the West and south-west clearing away,

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but look across the far north, the Northern Isles, this area of low

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pressure bringing high winds and outbreaks of rain. Those wins the

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severe storm force at times but as the air moves south, likely to turn

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to snow. -- as the rain moves south. A significant amount of snow at

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times. This is ten o'clock the night until the early hours. There will be

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some blizzards at times, so very difficult conditions on the roads

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for travelling. Still breezy but it will be cold, frosty and indeed I

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see. Looking ahead to tomorrow and Friday, that low pressure is moving

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its way down the North Sea, opening the floodgates to cold northerly is

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once again and they would be strong leading to big waves around northern

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and eastern coasts with some of those waves crashing over at times,

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but it will be a sunny day. Still a few snow showers around. It's a

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sunny and crisp day but it will be cold. Perhaps only around one or two

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or three Celsius. It really will feel quite bitter indeed through the

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rest of the afternoon, the rain turned to snow because there are

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further showers through the Highland region and in towards Aberdeenshire

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too. In the weekend, high pressure not to far-away and through the

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course of the weekend it will feed in some milder air, certainly by

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Sunday. But Saturday is still a cold day. A crisp day, some sunshine and

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Sunday. But Saturday is still a cold icy patches around, some snow at

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times. Come Sunday, the milder air should be with us. It will be cloudy

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with some patchy rain in the West and has been mild at comes in over

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the cold ground, there will be some mist and low cloud to content with

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too. That is the forecast for now. Thanks very much. That is Reporting

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Scotland. I'll be back with the headlines

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at 8, and the late bulletin just Until then, from everyone

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on the team, right across the country, have a very good

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evening.

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