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A man who was acquitted of a gangland murder is shot

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as he dropped his child off at a Glasgow primary school.

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I heard a noise and thought it was an air rifle. The kids asked what

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happened and I just said hurry up, because it was so loud.

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The brother of a man who died in a house fire in Milngavie appears

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A row at Holyrood over whether there will be

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cuts to local services - as Scotland's biggest local

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authority announces it will put up council tax.

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fishing season brings plans to boost fish stocks on the Tay.

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And, Andy Murray overcomes grand slam jitters -

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and ninety degree heat - to make it through through the first

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A man has been shot in a targeted attack outside a Glasgow primary

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school just as children were arriving for classes.

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It happened this morning in the Penilee area of the city

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and it's understood the victim was a man who'd previously been

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Police say whoever carried out the attack had put young children

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Our reporter Suzanne Allan is outside the school for us tonight.

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frightening thing to have happened first thing on a Monday morning just

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as parents were dropping off their children at school. It happened

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around five past nine, a man pushing a buggy approached another man who

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had just dropped his child off at school and shot in the back. He then

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made his way off down the street behind and disappeared.

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Police have spent today examining the scene of this crime and

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reassuring the public that they are safe. It was near Bell time and as

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parents were dropping off their children a man pushing a buggy

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approached another parent. He shot in the shoulder and ran off. One

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woman told me that she heard a loud noise. I heard a big bang, I thought

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it was an air rifle going off, and the kids asked what had happened and

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I just said just up. Was there a commotion afterwards? No, but I saw

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the children jumping and then they kept walking. These grandparents who

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live around the corner have a child in school and worried. We cannot get

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into our own house just around the corner. You are very worried?

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Worried that we do not know what else is happening. It is shocking

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for it to be at his school. And especially a primary school with the

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kids away, to scare them like that. Police believe that this was a

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targeted attack. The BBC understands Police believe that this was a

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that the victim is 35-year-old Ross Monaghan who was cleared four years

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ago of the gangland murder of Kevin Carroll, who was shot dead in a car

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park in 2010. The force says it is putting on extra patrols over the

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next few days. This was a frightening incident for those

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involved and indeed some of the staff have been shaken up by this

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incident. I would like to reassure people that we have extra resources

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that are brought into the area as well as all the resources I have at

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my disposal. It is the second time there has been a shooting close to a

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school in the West of Scotland. There was another 18 months ago in

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Bishopbriggs and as with this incident there are concerns that

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children may be upset with what has happened. Fortunately most of the

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children and almost all of them wear in the playground and they were safe

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and secure but they dashed would've been some late comers and it is

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unacceptable but these people have chosen to target this incident

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outside a and potentially endanger the lives of children.

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outside a and potentially endanger Well you could hear they're the

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anger from the director of education but I can tell you the school day

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went on relatively as normal. Until the children were brought into a

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special assembly and told what had happened. Some of them had heard

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about it and others of course had not. Parents were then told they

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could take their children out of school and others chose to leave

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them in. So the children here seem to be coping with it so far OK. I'm

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told that Mr Monaghan has been discharged from hospital and

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enquiries continue tonight. A man has appeared in court

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charged with murdering his brother in a house fire

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in East Dunbartonshire Cameron Logan, who was 23,

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died in the blaze at His girlfriend was rescued from

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the house and is still in hospital. Today 26-year-old Blair Logan

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was remanded in custody at Dumbarton Sheriff Court charged

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with murder and attempted murder. Still a significant police presence

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in Milngavie today as well as forensic officers working at the

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scene, there are floral tributes left to the young man who died here.

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Emergency services were called just before 730 in the morning on New

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Year's Day. The body of 23-year-old Cameron Logan was found in the

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house. As they began to investigate what they called the complex scene

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behind me, investigators concluded that they believed the fire had been

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deliberately set. Rebecca Williams, the girlfriend of Cameron Logan, is

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still in hospital and the brother's parents David and Cathy both needed

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treatment for the effects of breathing in smoke. Today

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26-year-old Blair Logan, the older brother of Cameron Logan, appeared

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at Dunbartonshire and scored to face a range of charges including murder

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and attempted murder. He made no plea and he was remanded in custody.

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The date of his next appearance in court has yet to be set.

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The SNP government's spending plans have again come under scrutiny

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with claims that local services face "disastrous" cuts.

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The Tories complained that people could be landed with higher council

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But the Finance Secretary Derek Mackay insisted he had

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offered a "fair package to local government".

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This from our political editor Brian Taylor.

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Money. Local authority said they left short. Ministers said there is

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more for local services if you include direct funding and higher

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council taxes. But it is also about holes in the road, the day-to-day

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services that councils provide. For the Tories, Murdo Fraser focused on

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one council. They are considering cutting 24 secondary teachers in

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maths and English, removing primary school swimming lessons, increasing

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the cost of school lunches from ?2 a day to 2.70, scrapping the community

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wardens scheme and cutting 94 K home places. So my constituency is being

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asked to pay more council tax, in some cases substantially more and

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they are seeing a cut in services at the same time. Labour claim funding

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was down by ?327 million. In the past few weeks we have had reports

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of counsel and social work badges being overspent, teacher shortages,

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also reports of 13,000 staff leaving local government on exit passes over

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the next five years. The president has warned of further funding cuts

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would be disastrous. But the government said that the claims were

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misleading, as well as council cash, there was money going directly to

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schools to boost them add extra cash from the integration of social care

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with health. There are increased pressures as demand for services has

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risen but in all parts of the public sector we will have to continue to

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be efficient. Witty increases and resources available through the

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decisions the Parliament has taken on the multipliers and ability of

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local authorities to raise local income, and some of the specific

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fund the government has been able to provide, I think it is a fair

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package to local government. On health minister said he had met

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pledges to increase spending in terms. Derek Mackay faces a bigger

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question still. How to get his budget through Parliament.

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Scotland's biggest council has confirmed it's planning to put up

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It'll be the first time bills have gone up in Glasgow for 12 years.

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It's able to put the bills up because the government's ending

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Our local government correspondent Jamie McIvor is here now.

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So how many other councils have said a rise is likely, Jamie?

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So far only about a third of them. 3% in council tax, it is about three

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pounds a month for a typical pair. Glasgow council said it was likely

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to make the rise joining others including borders and West

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Dunbartonshire. But most have got no public indication yet of their plans

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and South Lanarkshire is going to freeze their bills again. I would be

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surprised if it was the only council to do that although it is worth

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pointing out that if you're in a home classed as band you're above

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then your bill will rise no matter where you live because of changes to

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the system that came in in April. Why have so many failed to declare

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at this stage? I think to be frank in some cases political calculations

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are being made ahead of the council elections in May. The council is

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whether a further freeze or rise of under 3% could prove popular with

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some voters or demonstrate efficiency. On the other hand some

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Labour councillors I've spoken to feel they are caught between a rock

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and a hard place, they argue a 3% rise in the council tax will not be

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enough to avoid cuts, so they're cautious basically about something

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that could look to the public like they're being asked to pay more but

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perhaps still get less. On other hand the council tax is really the

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only tool at their disposal when it comes to income and they could find

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it hard not to use that to try to mitigate what they say are cuts in

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savings that they do not want to make. We should know the plans of

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every council by mid-February. Additional checks are being carried

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on a North Sea helicopter fleet grounded last week

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over safety fears. It follows an incident on a north

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sea platform last month, which saw an S92 spin more than 180

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degrees on landing. Operators are now being told

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to increase inspections The inquest has begun

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into the deaths of 30 tourists who were killed in a terror attack

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in Tunisia in 2015. Four Scots were among those who died

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when a lone gunman opened The proceedings, which are taking

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place in London, are being shown It was a special holiday for Billy

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and Lisa Graham from near Perth, they'd gone to a resort in Tunisia

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to celebrate the 50th birthday of Mrs Graham but they became victims

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of terrorist attack aimed directly at holiday-makers fellow Scots Annie

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and Jim McGuire also lost their lives in the shooting, the retired

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couple in their 60s were described as being very active in their local

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church. It was on the 26th of June 2015 when a heavily armed

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23-year-old Tunisian student began firing indiscriminately on tourists

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as they sunbathed and swam. He killed 38, 30 of the British. It

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remains the deadliest attack on religious people to the London

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bombings of 2005. Relatives of those who died gathered

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at the Royal Court of Justice in Relatives of those who died gathered

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London today as the inquest into the deaths of the British victims began.

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There was a minutes silence and all the names were read out. For the

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Scottish relatives and survivors there was also a chance to be

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involved. Arab room has been set aside at Stirling Sheriff Court

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where the relatives of those who died can watch the proceedings in

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London through a special TV link. The inquests are expected to last

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around seven weeks and this facility will be available to them for the

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whole time. The evidence today heard claims that Tunisian law enforcement

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units delayed their arrival on the scene because they were too

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frightened to tackle the gunman before police arrived. Relatives of

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the victims have waited a year and a half for the inquest to get under

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way and they help now they will finally get some answers. -- they

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hope. You're watching BBC

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Reporting Scotland. A man who was acquitted

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of a gangland murder is shot as he dropped

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off his children at It's as American as Apple Pie

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and the National Football League says they may play some

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matches in Scotland. Salmon fishing season has opened

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in the Tay with the announcement of plans aimed at significantly

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boosting fish stocks. It's claimed that restoring water

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to a 17 mile section of the river system will do more

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for Salmon Fishing in the area It begins with pipes and drums in

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the village square. A procession towards the banks of the Tay. After

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the whiskey blessing, the ceremonial first cast, marking the start of

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salmon season. We always come every year. It is amazing, we meet good

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guys like Chris. We never knew them before and we met them here on the

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banks of the river. It is a good day out and hopefully this year a nice

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catch a fish was up with a shared goal they come from all over

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Scotland and beyond. Which is good for business. It is always on the

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radar of fishing, whether it is salmon fishing or any other kind,

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millions of pounds coming from fishing. That all depends on a

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thriving salmon population. As a new season arrives, developments

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elsewhere in the catchment of those managing the river cause for

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optimism. This is the river Garry, an important tributary of the Tay.

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Today the snowmelt is flowing but over the past 50 years are so

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hydroelectric scheme has left this part of the river predominantly dry.

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Work is under way to change that, opening up a new stretch to spawning

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salmon. We estimate it could produce about 1500 extra spring salmon into

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the Tay catchment, a significant addition to the river. And there is

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no other project in Scotland that anyone could do, and individual

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project, that could actually be of that scale. Prompted by an EU

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directive, there is a trade-off. Clearly we will lose some

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generation, we will lose around half a percent of our annual hydro

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generation capacity. So it is not insignificant as I say, but we say

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that the River Garry is a special case where it makes sense to

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introduce water. Last autumn was poor but spring catches have

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improved in recent years with conservation measures taking some of

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the credit. Formula is simple, more fish in the river means more chance

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of catching one. For these guys better something worth drinking too.

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The former chairman of UKIP in Scotland has admitted in court

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to making sexual phone calls to ten women.

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Arthur Misty Thackeray, who was chief of staff

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for the party's MEP David Coburn, pleaded guilty at Glasgow Sheriff

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Court to the offences over a five-year period.

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Billboards and van adverts accusing the BBC of bias have been unveiled

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The pro-independence group Inform Scotland set up

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a crowd-funding initiative last year in order to pay for the campaign

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In a statement the BBC said audiences continued to regard it

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as the most trusted news provider and it rejected the suggestion

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A look at other stories from across the country.

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The trade union Unison says almost 2,000 jobs supporting

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teachers have been lost over the last seven years,

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including classroom assistants, technicians,

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The government says it's done its best to cushion

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Prices charged by Scottish firms are rising

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at their fastest rate for six years, according to a Bank

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It says the economy returned to growth at the end of last year

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But it says businesses are being squeezed by rapidly rising

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costs of raw materials and by the fall in

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Aberdeen Football Club has submitted its planning

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application for a new stadium on the outskirts of the city.

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The 20,000 capacity ground would end the club's long

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Training facilities, a youth academy and outdoor pitches

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A new primary school is being proposed for south east

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Edinburgh after projections showed plans for new homes would lead

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The site would be in the Broomhills housing development site.

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What do you need when a big crane topples off a road

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That's right: an even bigger crane to try to get it out.

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Salvage experts have toiled all day to recover an 80 tonne crane

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which overturned at the beginning of December on the

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It settled deep into the bog and the painstaking operation

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to remove it is expected to continue into the evening.

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Ayrshire new potatoes could be joining Europe's best-known

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foods by having their identity protected under European law.

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An application has been lodged in Brussels for the county's

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new potatoes and the "Ayshire earlies" to become part

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It would mean Ayrshire new potatoes joining more than 70

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UK protected products, including Arbroath smokies

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Sir Andy Murray is safely through to the second

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He beat the Ukranian Illya Marchenko in straight sets.

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But in searing temperatures, Murray was made to work very

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From Melbourne, here's Kheredine Idessane.

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down, you know Melbourne is melting. down, you know Melbourne is melting.

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-- locals need. But most seem to like it. It's all right, I'm having

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a ball! She wasn't the only one. But how hot is Andy Murray around these

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parts? Well, so handy, you mean. Yes, look, I don't mind him. -- Sir

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Andy. He would be welcome for dinner at any time. Others didn't want to

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miss the grand entrance. Another Murray milestone from his first

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grand slam as top seed and world number one. But would he play like

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it? The night of the round, Sir Andy Murray. First point of the

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championship. -- night of the realm. Double fault. Slowly. The worst

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possible start, broken in the first game. But a 0- one soon became 4-1

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as Murray made his move. Four games in a row for Murray. He was broken

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again saw out the first set 7-5. -- again, but saw out. It was around 90

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degrees on court so when the match stretched over two hours, the

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importance of this tie-break was clear.

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The Scot securing it meant a straight sets win was in sight.

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That was duly achieved after two and three quarters hours as Marchenko

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melted and Murray marched on 7-6, 7-5.

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It was tough, for sure. I think, Marchenko played well. It was very

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aggressive. That made it hard. It also, the conditions. He was playing

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very fast out there. The ball was very lively, which it hasn't been,

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you know, in the practice week. I found it hard but I managed to get

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through. Well, it wasn't a vintage Andy Murray today but the main thing

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is that he's through to the next round on Wednesday, where he will

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play the 19-year-old Russian Andrey round on Wednesday, where he will

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Golubev for a place in the third round on Friday.

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The American football season is reaching its climax in the US

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but could Scotland become part of the action?

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Four games are already scheduled to be played

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Now the sport's governing body, the NFL, has confirmed there have

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been conversations about also staging games here.

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This is the Vince Lombardi Trophy, presented to the winners of the

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Super Bowl. It's one of the world's most famous and iconic sporting

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prizes. It's here, as the NFL are making their presence felt in

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Scotland, with players from the New Orleans Saints and the Cleveland

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Browns. I'm here in Scotland to be a spokesman for the Cleveland Browns,

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get a chance to interact with some of the fans here. I didn't know that

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this was as big a fan base as it is. It's a good idea that we are playing

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games over here in multiple teams. This fall will be the first time I

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will play the Saints, the Dolphins at Wembley. It will be great.

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Exciting to be over here. Hopefully we will get to meet some of the

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die-hard fans, they've got to be, because they are watching the games

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at 3am, for in the morning, whenever we play. The NFL have four

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regular-season games scheduled for London in the autumn and demand for

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tickets is huge. The NFL claimed that there are 13 million fans in

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the UK. Record attendance for a single London game is over 80 4000.

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In the future, could any games come to Scotland? Touchdown, Vikings! I

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say Hamden Park and Murrayfield at the 22 venues across the UK that are

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well equipped and have the right pitch size to host the NFL game.

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Although the focus for us right now is about expanding the London games,

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conversations have certainly taken place and will continue to take

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place with a game is possible in Scotland in the future. Visit

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Scotland say we would welcome an NFL game but also recognise the

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challenges. The greatest would-be stadium

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capacity and capability against those in London. A spokesman for the

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National football stadium says: those in the know say an NFL game

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could be here in Scotland within a decade.

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To the weather. It is over to Kirsty with the latest. Good evening. The

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weather will be stuck on repeat over the coming days.

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An area of high pressure to the south west of the UK drifting its

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way over towards the North Sea over the next few days. Keeping us with a

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mild south westerly airflow. A lot of cloud within the circulation of

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this high pressure. In the west especially we have had leaden skies

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and in the east, the best of the brightness and sunshine. That is how

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it will continue over the next few days. Some clear spells this evening

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initially in the east. However, clouding over fall as the night

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progresses with some and patchy outbreaks of rain continuing to

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filled in from the north west. Misty and murky conditions for many of us

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with extensive hill fog around the west and south, especially. A mild

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night with temperatures around six to nine Celsius for most. Tomorrow

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dawns on a cloudy note, misty, murky conditions. Light and patchy rain

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drifting away to the south and the EEC as we go through the day,

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leaving largely dry conditions. With the best of any sunshine in eastern

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areas. Some hill fog, misty and murky skies lingering in some parts

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of the South tomorrow afternoon. Lots of cloud but look at these

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temperatures, double figures for all of us with highs of around 12

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Celsius. Around double the average for the time of year. Some

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brightness and sunshine perhaps in the Northern Isles. Through

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Aberdeenshire in towards Angus and Fife tomorrow afternoon.

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South-westerly winds freshening, especially across the western and

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Northern Isles, perhaps touching gale force in the evening tomorrow.

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Otherwise remaining dry as we head into tomorrow evening. Low cloud and

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hill fog across the South especially. Wednesday, not much in

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the way of change. Cloudy skies for many and light and patchy outbreaks

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of rain. Especially in the west. The best of the sunshine in the east.

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Very mild. Now, a reminder of

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tonight's main news. A man has been shot as he dropped

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off his child at a Glasgow primary school just as other children

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were arriving for classes. It's understood the victim had

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previously been cleared The inquest has begun

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into the deaths of 30 tourists who were killed in a terror attack

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in Tunisia in 2015. Four Scots were among those who died

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when a lone gunman opened I am back with the late bulletin at

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10:25pm. Let me see them hands up.

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Let's do this.

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Join Jackie Bird for the latest news headlines, and Glenn Campbell for a special debate with voters quizzing both sides on what the EU referendum means for Scotland.


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