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So help me God. Congratulations, Mr president.

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As Donald Trump is sworn in as America's 45th President,

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we'll hear how Scotland has been reacting.

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In some ways I agree with him but I think he should tone himself down.

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He is trying to bring jobs to America. Very fearful for the

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future. We'll be speaking to the former

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First Minister, Alex Salmond, about his difficult past

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relationship with the world's ScotRail's managing director stands

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down, amid the continuing pressure Proposals are unveiled

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for a new network of intensive Jeremy Corbyn claims Scottish

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independence would result And Glasgow Warriors

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set off for Leicester, hoping they're on the road

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to rugby's European Nicola Sturgeon has offered her

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congratulations to Donald Trump as he was sworn in as the 45th

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American President. She said she hoped that Scotland

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and the United States would continue to co-operate and have constructive

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dialogue on issues where President Trump's Scottish

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heritage was in evidence, when he was sworn in using the Bible

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that his Hebridean mother gave him. So how have people here been

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reacting to today's events? I.e., Donald John Trump do solemnly

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swear... Using a Bible given to him by his mother, the new president of

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the US is sworn in, a symbolic act that, even thousands of away,

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provokes strong reaction from some. In Glasgow, people took to the

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streets to say no to Trump Mayday book ended by protest during the

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morning rush hour, banners were hung. The message was a reference to

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one of Donald Trump's most notorious pledges. I would use the word

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solidarity, showing that there are many people that want a different

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kind of world to the world we heard him describing in the presidential

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elections. A campaign that he won, to the dismay of these students,

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Clinton voters who watched events unfold in an election party they'd

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organised. Their approach to inauguration Day, somewhat

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different. I don't to watch it. I don't want to play into his ego and

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his idea of himself. That's an opinion that I think a lot of people

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on this campus share. But there are different views, a rust belt voter

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living in the Scottish borders is a Trump supporter. For her, the next

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four years are full of promise. I'm quite optimistic. The only thing

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that I think really can get in his way sometimes is himself. I hope

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somebody filters is Twitter account. Donald Trump's Aberdeenshire golf

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course tonight, a private bones supper, but in his mother's hometown

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of Stornoway be snooker was preferred viewing. This Glasgow pub,

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it competed for customers attention. The American people voted for him.

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But very fearful. I think it's a good thing for politics. Somebody

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has to shake up the tree, make it different. In contrast to President

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Obama's inauguration eight years ago, Scotland's official response

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has been somewhat muted. In a statement, the First Minister

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congratulated the new president on taking office, adding that she hoped

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he would uphold shared fundamental values of tolerance, equality and

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human rights. Not since before the Civil War as a US president had such

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strong links with Scotland. Now that Donald Trump is in power, a question

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Scots share with the world is, what happens next?

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And we're joined now from Strichen in Aberdeenshire by the former

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First Minister and SNP foreign affairs spokesperson, Alex Salmond.

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Good evening. Thank you for joining us. How would you describe the

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interactions that you had with Mr Trump when you were First Minister,

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and you had differences of opinion, to put it mildly, over wind

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turbines? Well, when things were in agreement, everything was

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hunky-dory. I was the greatest politician on the planet! But, when

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disagreements started over wind turbines, I went from the greatest

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politician on the planet to mad Alex with no intervening period. When you

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agree with Donald, things are fine but, when disagreements start, he

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goes into the stratosphere. So how does that assessment lead you to

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think he might be as leader of the free world? Well, I hope that the

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awesome responsibility of office changes a man, because, if it

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doesn't, we are in for a very rocky ride indeed because, even if you are

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president of the United States, you are not omnipotent. Somebody is

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going to disagree with him. It is are not omnipotent. Somebody is

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how he reacts to that. That is the character problem I see as the main

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danger. If you take his speech today, everything was shorter,

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Andrea, campaign rhetoric. There was much less reaching out the Americans

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who didn't vote for him. There was a lot of God in it, even by

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inauguration standards, for somebody who found religion quite recently.

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Maybe it is a case of, God bless America and God help the rest of us.

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Though it had elements of a stump speech, what did you make of the

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beam power to the people? I thought there was a phrase that the power of

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action is upon us, which is a good phrase, but he was describing

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America in almost apocalyptic terms, which simply isn't the case. It

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might have been the case eight years ago. He was also putting huge

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emphasis on a major change, and this would the day -- this would be the

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day when the whole course of American history was ordered, so

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setting a very high bar for himself and some of these phrases may come

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back to haunt him. I don't suppose he will be calling you tonight for

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advice but, if he did, what sort of advice would you give Mr Trump

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bastion seriously? Who knows. It would probably be reversed charges.

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But I would say what I hope, look, we have to congratulate him on his

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victory. He is leader of the free world. I desperately hope that

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office just changed him, and I would ask him to reach out to those he

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disagreed with, not just consolidate the opinions of those he agreed

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with. We will all have to cross our fingers and hope. Are you proud,

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finally, that the president of the United States of America is half

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Scottish? Well, I think Mary MacLeod, somebody who went to

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America in the 1920s as uneconomic refugee and built a wonderful life

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for herself and her family, she'd have reason to be proud of that

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achievement. Alex Salmond, thank you for joining us.

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The managing director of the ScotRail Alliance

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is leaving his job to take up a new role in England.

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Phil Verster has faced intense pressure in recent months

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because ScotRail's services have failed to meet targets

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Our transport correspondent David Henderson is at Glasgow's

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Phil Verster has been in the driving seat at ScotRail for less than two

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years, but it's been a pretty bumpy journey for him. ScotRail, well, the

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critics have ScotRail in their sights because of that dip in a

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performance, and for many months Phil Verster has been ScotRail and

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working to get its performance back on track, but now he is heading off,

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moving to a new job in England. There are so many things we are

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doing to improve performance. He has been the high-profile boss of

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Scotland's main train operator and the months he has been a lightning

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conductor for discontent as passengers and politicians took aim

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at ScotRail, but the New Year brings a new job. He is moving on. What do

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passengers think? It isn't always his problem obviously. He can't take

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blame for everything but he's at the top of the company. He hasn't

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managed to improve the service drastically. Who is best take the

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blame? Network Rail also need to be implicated. Phil Verster took charge

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less than two years ago when Dutch firm and Elio won the right to run

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rail service, but last summer saw a big work programme on the network,

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disrupting services. Trains were late, more were cancelled and the

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Scottish Government called for an improvement. Since then, performance

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has picked up but it's still below where it should be. All that brought

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huge pressure on ScotRail and Phil Verster. His most pressing concern

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was addressing the threat from the transport minister that they could

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be stripped of the transport franchise if the service didn't

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improve, and there has been tension. Earlier this week in evidence to

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MPs, Phil Verster seems to cast doubt on ScotRail's commitment to a

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free travel scheme. We are busy discussing this with transport

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Scotland and I prefer not to commit to a position yet. I understand

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there have been certain tensions between Phil Verster and the

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Scottish Government. The Scottish Government cannot allow that to

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happen and services to suffer. Tonight, warm words from the

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Scottish Government, wishing Phil Verster well. For whoever replaces

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him, expectations are high and the challenge is clear.

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So Phil Verster isn't retiring, he's not been sacked. Instead, he is

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heading to take charge of another new project, the east- west rail

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project which connects Oxford with Cambridge, an important job. It's

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all change. Over recent months, he's got used to receiving early-morning

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phone calls from the Scottish Government, day after day after day,

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asking how ScotRail is performing. That's one part of the job he won't

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be missing. "Radical" changes to the way

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maternity services are delivered in Scotland are proposed

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in a new report. A nationwide review of provision

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says every woman should have a dedicated midwife to ensure

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continuity of care, with some consolidation of specialist

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neonatal services to improve Our health correspondent,

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Lisa Summers, reports. Starting out in life can be tough.

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This little girl isn't even due for another two weeks. I managed to get

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26 weeks. Without this place, she wouldn't be here, without the staff

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and equipment and the NHS. She would never have survives. But Shelley

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didn't have such a positive experience. The local hospital in

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Caithness is now maternity lead. At 32 weeks, she found herself on a 100

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mile trip to Inverness in the middle of the night. It was scary because I

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was tired, I haven't had any sleep and, driving down there, I started

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experiencing pain and my partner had fallen asleep on the way down. So I

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didn't know, was I going to go into labour? Luckily I didn't. Wood

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across the country, experiences differ and maternity services are

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under strain. Staffing levels, pressure on beds, complicated

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births. This report aims to pressure on beds, complicated

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the issues with a reorganisation. There is a wench of recommendations,

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some more radical than others. Ladies have told us they want to

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have that continuity of relationship with somebody throughout maternity

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and that has been a constant theme, so that's a fundamental change for

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ladies and staff in the NHS. The new model will have the midwife at the

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heart of it so that every family will have a midwife supporting them

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for the journey of pregnancy and birth but, with over 40% of midwives

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now in their 50s and 60s, it will have implications for staffing. The

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report will mean reorganising staff and centralising some of the most

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specialised neonatal care. All eight units will remain but some of them

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have enhanced services for those small number of very sick babies

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that needs to be looked after in smaller number of enhanced units.

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The review has allowed parents and staff to have their say and it will

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now be up to the government to invest in a new beginning for

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maternity services. The Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn,

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has said it would be wrong for his MPs to block the formal

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process of Britain leaving the EU. But it's believed Scotland's sole

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Labour MP could be among 80 rebels who are willing to vote

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against the triggering Mr Corbyn was speaking

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on a visit to Glasgow, where he claimed independence

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would lead to Our political correspondent,

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Andrew Kerr, was watching. A noisy protest greeted Jeremy

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Corbyn. Hats off to the Glasgow janitors. The Labour leader will now

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raise their pay and conditions with the council. Inside the hall, he

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warned about conditions in an independent Scotland. It would lead

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to turbo-charged austerity and a glaring hole in the money required

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to fund essential services and would not be in the interests of the

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people of Scotland. He also claimed the SNP and Conservatives were the

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establishment and he would fight their cuts. But he is in a battle

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with his own MPs. Parliament might have to vote on Article 50 two

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trigger Brexit. Mr Corbyn says it can't be blocked, but it's thought

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80 of his MPs rebelling, including the only Scottish Labour MP, Ian

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Murray. There was a referendum, a decision was made and it's not up to

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us to second-guess the result of the referendum. What I'm saying to all

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of my MPs, we have supported the principle of holding the referendum,

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the referendum was held and delivered a result I don't think

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it's right to block Article 50. The SNP said their MPs will stand up for

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Scotland on Brexit, and the First Minister hit out at Mr Corbyn's

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claims of turbo-charged austerity under independence, calling it

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rubbish. That was echoed by her finance secretary. Scotland is a

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wealthy and successful nation. The threat to the Scottish economy right

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now is Brexit, and of course the Scottish Government has set up a

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plan to try and put Scotland in the best possible position. Jeremy

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Corbyn was in Scotland trying to rebuild Labour's support. Of course,

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it was once a dominant political force. But perhaps many people have

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stopped listening. The next big electoral test for the party, the

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local council elections in May. You're watching BBC

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Reporting Scotland. As Donald Trump is sworn

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in as America's 45th President, groups of Scots have taken

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to the streets here in protest. Audiences at the Celtic Connections

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music festival hear a new song about Donald Trump's Scottish roots

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and a performance which draws members from both sides

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of the US-Mexican border. The officer heading up

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the investigation into child sexual abuse within football in Scotland

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says it's the biggest and most complex inquiry

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the unit's had to deal with. Since it got under way last

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November, there have been 130 referrals, involving

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children as young as 12. Detective Chief Inspector Sarah

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Taylor told the BBC she expects We are receiving more information

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from which we can build a picture and I am confident we will bring

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more people in and interview them and arrest and charge them. I think

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the scale of the investigation is hard to envisage at the moment, but

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that is why I am asking for people to come forward and provide us with

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that information and to do so with confidence.

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Offenders with a violent history are to be offered a new chance

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to change their lives, following the success

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of American-style training helping those with criminal

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Our Home Affairs Correspondent, Reevel Alderson, reports.

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Sizzling for breakfast, but this food truck is also serving up a

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second chance for offenders convicted of violence and is backed

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by the violence reduction unit which says it offers a real opportunity

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for offenders to turn their lives around. If they do not, the risk is

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they become a risk to everyone else and it is important to have an

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opportunity. They are keen to show they want to be productive members

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of the community and to demonstrate to their families and their children

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this is the way it should be. The food truck's trading name plays on

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the words straight and narrow, those wanting to not have any convictions.

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Customers seek ex-offenders putting something back into the community.

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Your life does not always need to be chaotic and there is a way out.

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There are people willing to give you a hand and to help you change.

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Trainees work for 18 months for a wage which means they are paying

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tax, a positive contribution to society. The Scottish government

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gave the project at ?200,000 grant and say it is important that

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customers know they are being served by ex-offenders. What is important

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is equipping these individuals with the skills to move into the future

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and the catering industry is a good example of being able to do that in

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a public way in a local community and at the same time breaking that

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cycle of going back into offending in the future. The community

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enterprise says there is a need for similar schemes throughout Scotland

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and is actively studying ways of expanding the idea.

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The Glasgow Warriors' head coach Gregor Townsend says his side face

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a massive challenge to reach the last eight of

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A win tomorrow away to the English Premiership side

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Leicester Tigers guarantees an historic, first ever,

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Before entering battle, some warriors received a blessing. Before

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boarding a team bus, these warriors get encouraging words from the club

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chaplain. Next stop, Leicester, and if they win, on to the

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quarterfinals. It is a massive challenge, Leicester have a

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brilliant home record. It is a really important game to qualify for

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the Champions Cup. Victory for Glasgow ensures qualification as one

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of the best pools stage runners-up. Leicester cannot qualify. What

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resistance will they provide? They have loyal supporters and our loyal

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supporters are still behind us. Hopefully we will put Glasgow under

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pressure. If Glasgow star where it could be the case that Leicester may

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be think that is asked down and Glasgow build up a head of steam and

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get the victory and that is what will happen.

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If warriors make it through to the last eight, they will not be playing

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here, there will be facing one of the top four ranked teams away from

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here, there will be facing one of home. That could mean a trip to

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Ireland to face monster or a Leinster. Defending champions

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Saracens from England or French league leaders Claremont. There is

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no prize money for reaching the last eight, but potentially hundreds of

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thousands of pounds in gate money. The long-term financial health and

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the long-term positivity of the game if our teams make quarterfinals, and

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Edinburgh look to have a good chance, and that is brilliant and it

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means it will inspire more people to come along and watch the games and

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inspire youngsters to play the game. That is probably more important than

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the financial side. A long trip ahead for the Warriors, but for the

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chaplain it is pedal power. Don't worry, he is not cycling to

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Leicester, but to a prior engagement.

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And tennis, in the early hours of Sunday, Sir Andy Murray will play

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Germany's Mischa Zverev for a place in the last eight of

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Murray is heavy favourite to win the tournament

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now that his great rival, Novak Djokovic, is out.

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Murray beat the American Sam Querrey in straight sets this morning,

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meaning he's yet to drop a set in three matches so far.

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The Celtic Connections music festival is under way in Glasgow.

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The opening concert last night included a new song

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by Karine Polwart about Donald Trump's Scottish roots,

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Our arts correspondent, Pauline McLean, reports.

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Calexico are named after a town on the US- Mexican border with

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musicians from both sides. They have always been political and plans for

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a walk along the border strike close to home. If they had been in the

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States today, they would have joined one of the many protest marches. But

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in Glasgow they will use their music to speak out. I am not into protest

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songs that are slogans, I am more into poetry and I think poetry has

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the solidity and the fragility and we are in a very fragile time, so I

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think music should continue to do what it does best, which is to help

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open up people's Hearts. And they are not alone, Karim Paul worked

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opened the festival last night with a brand-new song for the new

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president. president.

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# You build a wall, you live in fear... It has been a very political

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year for everyone and folk music has always been at the forefront of any

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political movement, so it is not surprising that is emerging within

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the song writing and poetry for a lot of these artists. Some made

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their point by just performing together. This band is made up of 35

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musicians playing instruments indigenous to their own countries

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and their message is that music sounds better without Borders or

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barriers. This woman has never set foot in her homeland of Western

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Sahara and the song she sings offers hope that one day she will return.

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But in the end it is simply about music and having fun. At the first

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concert 2000 schoolchildren confirmed it. That is the future of

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the festival because in amongst those kids there will be a certain

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number who say, I want to be that person on stage, and maybe in ten

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number who say, I want to be that years' time they will be the new

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And it's time for the weather now with Chris.

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Some beautiful sunshine for some of us, a fantastic picture from one of

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the weather watchers. For most of us it has been very different, great,

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gloomy and cloudy. But a change on the way tomorrow. South of the

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border you can see this big area of clear air coming our way overnight

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tonight, so some sunshine in store for many more of us tomorrow. The

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change stars tonight as that cloud fins and brakes and it will be a

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clear, dry, cold and frosty night pretty much everywhere with some

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areas of fog as well. Where we have had the stubborn cloud in central

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and southern Scotland, it will be much colder tonight than in previous

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night. Tomorrow morning it is a cold, frosty start and there could

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be some stubborn areas of fog at first. For most of us for most of

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the day it is a dry and bright one and there will be some sunshine, but

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it will be chilly. The winds are like from the south, so it should

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not feel too cold. Perhaps more clout in Tayside and Angus and

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Aberdeenshire. Elsewhere largely dry and bright. Similar to today, but

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some cloud that will not spoil things too much. If you are hill

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walking or climbing, there is fantastic visibility. The air

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temperature is probably higher than that. Again there will be some fog

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in the foothills. Winds are generally light from the south. Into

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the evening and overnight and little generally light from the south. Into

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in the way of change at first, so it is dry, clear and cold and then the

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cloud starts to build as we had overnight from Saturday into Sunday

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and Sunday will be a different day compared to tomorrow. We are

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dragging in cloud or moist air and a few spots of light rain at times.

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But ostensibly Sunday is another dry day, but a rather bleak one. Fairly

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cold with a few spots of light rain in the West, the odd wintry flurry

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in the Southern uplands. That high pressure is still with us into

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Monday, keeping any weather fronts at bay and keeping things largely

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dry, settled and can't. The best of the sunshine is tomorrow. Do enjoy

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the rest of your evening. Goodbye. so why not pay your TV licence in

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weekly instalments, too?

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