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And now on BBC One, it's time for news where you are.

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After former Celtic captain Billy McNeill's dementia diagnosis,

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ex-players' families demand a study into football and dementia.

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You have Mark Watson who died. Frank Beattie. My dad is now suffering

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from dementia. Coincidence? Definitely not.

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Does doctor know best or should patients get more involved

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in the police force - and spend more on front

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Wales, the Scotland rugby team move up to fifth in the world rankings -

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And David Tennant on the red carpet as a very different doctor -

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playing the controversial Scots psychiatrist RD Laing.

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A former head of the SFA says footballers may in future have

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to sign disclaimers to prevent them suing over dementia

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It follows the news that the former Celtic player and manager,

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And tonight Alzheimer Scotland announced it's to hold a summit

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on the possible links between football and dementia.

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COMMENTATOR: McClane. A goal that set Kilmarnock on the weight of

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their one and only league title. I think he got in trouble because he

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their one and only league title. I should not have been in the box.

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Success secured legendary status for David Sneddon and team-mates. In

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recent years, David's Sun said another shared experience has

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emerged. Mark Watson died from Alzheimer's. Frank Beattie had

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Parkinson's and dementia. Big Jackie had Alzheimer's. Jim had Parkinson's

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and my dad, who is now suffering from dementia. Coincidencenot.

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David's suspicion centres on a particular skill. In training,

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beheading drills, these were everyday, heading drills. You can

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argue that heading the heavy ball may have had a form of influence on

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the disease he has got. Billy McNeill's family have similar

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questions having revealed the former Celtic captain is suffering from

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dementia, they are calling for more research. Scientists at Stirling

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University analysed heading drills and found small but significant

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short-term changes in brain function but that, they say, is just a first

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step. We cannot make decisions on the guidelines. What are the safe

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limits? It is not the time we can address that. More science is

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needed, a better understanding of what happens to the brain when

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heading a ball. They football and dementia summit aimed at developing

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a research strategy will be held this spring. An issue some believe

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could have profound consequences for the game. We'll want to play

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football. I would still have wanted to play the game regardless of

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problems even if I was told it was a problem. They might have to have a

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situation in order that people cannot be suit at a later date, once

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you know that it can cause damage, they might have to sign a disclaimer

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to not sue in the future and it is everyone's choice to continue as a

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player or not. As he approaches his 81st birthday, David Sneddon's

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family say it is not about changing the game they all love. Today's life

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is about informed choices. If you have the information you can choose

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to play football, or do you not. With the amount of money in

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football, I would reckon most players would say, I will take the

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chance. Scotland's Chief Medical Officer

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wants doctors to spend more time listening to patients,

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in a bid to avoid prescribing Catherine Calderwood has dubbed

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the concept "realistic medicine" and argues that quality,

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rather than quantity of life can be Here's our health

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correspondent, Lisa Summers. Alistair does not know how much

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time he has got left. But he is determined

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to make the most of it. There's nothing worse than getting

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towards the end of your life and realising you have wasted

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day after day. As the sun comes up I'm looking

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for something interesting He is already having treatment

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for a series of long-term conditions but after a conversation

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with his consultant he decided not I did not fancy spending three days

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a week in the infirmary when I could be out and doing things

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with my family. I want quality of life,

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not length of life, particularly. The sum dialysis is the right course

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of treatment. And this is what realistic medicine is about. The

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Chief Medical Officer is asking the best treatment for patients. I think

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we have overestimated the benefits of some treatments and maybe

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underestimated the risks and perhaps under estimated the burden of health

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care is so visits to hospital and the GP surgery, blood tests,

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monitoring, and now we are having the GP surgery, blood tests,

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open and honest conversations. At Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, they are

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open and honest with patiently Mac. Dialysis is there for those hit

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benefits and they support those for whom it will not. We are making

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ageing medical, and death. There are doctors who believe you can solve

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everything, you start believing you can solve everything and then

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realise you can't and what we need to do is help patiently Mac. It is

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too brutal to say, you have however many weeks and months left. We do

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not know the answer to that. But we have to be honest about where you

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can make a difference and where you might not. There will be

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challengers. Doctor struggle for time with patiently Mac and the

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Chief Medical Officer said it is not about saving money but involving

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patiently Mac and families in decisions about their care.

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Downing Street has reiterated that there should not be a second

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It follows renewed reports that the UK Government is concerned

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Brexit could bring about a second vote in Scotland.

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And tonight that was echoed by the former Prime Minister,

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Sir John Major, in a speech on the impact of Brexit.

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In Scotland, I believe a hard Brexit will encourage a second referendum

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on independence. This may seem improbable at this moment, but it

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would be reckless to ignore the risks. As we saw last June, the

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emotion and national pride can overcome economic self-interest. If

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Scotland were to become independent, both Scotland and the whole of the

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United Kingdom would be diminished. That cannot be ignored as Brexit

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evolves. Our political correspondent,

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David Porter, is in So, could events over the next few

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weeks make things clearer, David? That could very well be the case.

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The people of the building behind me are aware that the clock is ticking

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on Brexit and it could have huge implications for Scotland and the

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possibility of a second independence referendum. In principle the

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Scottish Government is against Brexit. They say the people of

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Scotland voted overwhelmingly to remain within the United Kingdom and

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therefore that Scotland should not be forced out of the EU. Downing

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Street are equally clear. They say as far as they are concerned in 2014

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the people of Scotland voted to remain within the UK and should

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therefore not be a second independence referendum. They say

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the issue was settled for a generation. How could what is

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happening with Brexit in the next few weeks affects the implications

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and the general demeanour of what is going to happen in the wider

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Scottish constitutional debate? Today and later this week the House

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of Lords is discussing Brexit legislation and if they are happy

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with it, it could become law as soon as next week. If not then maybe

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Parliamentary wrangling that could delay things and it means in the

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week beginning the 13th of March, Theresa May may decide to trigger

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Article 50, which formally begins the Brexit negotiations.

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Coincidentally, towards the end of that week, the SNP meets in Aberdeen

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for it's spring conference. If, as you would expect, the First Minister

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Nicola Sturgeon is unhappy with what has happened, she will come under

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immense pressure to spell out what she is going to do and whether she

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is going to go ahead with a second independence referendum. Over the

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next couple of weeks some very important decisions have got to be

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taken. Theresa May and Nicola Sturgeon have very big calls to make

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and what they decide could affect us all. Many thanks.

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A 42-year-old man has appeared in court charged with the murder

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Julie McCash and David Sorrie died following an incident in the city's

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It's alleged Robert Stratton struck them both with knives.

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He's also charged with the attempted murder of a third person.

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He made no plea at Dundee Sheriff Court and was remanded in custody.

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Police officers are continuing to search for a teenager

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believed to have fallen from cliffs at Arbroath.

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18-year-old Ralph Smith has been missing since

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A coastguard helicopter, four coastguard rescue teams and two

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lifeboats were involved in searches over the weekend.

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Further safety checks have been ordered on a fleet

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of helicopters following a fatal accident last year.

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The European Aviation Safety Authority has asked operators

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of the Super Puma EC225 and L2 aircraft to carry out one-off

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The 225 was grounded following a crash in Norway last April.

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13 people died, including Iain Stuart from Aberdeenshire.

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The number of officers policing Scotland is likely to be

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It's one of the proposals contained in a strategy for the force

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But despite the financial pressures the national force is facing,

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it insists the number of operational officers will increase,

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as those currently doing administrative tasks are redeployed.

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Our Home Affairs Correspondent, Reevel Alderson reports

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on the changing face of policing in Scotland.

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Officers at Stuart Street police station received their briefing at

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the start of the ship. Once on the street it is clear policing is

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anything but traditional. Increasingly they deal with bun

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rubble people rather than crime. Keeping in touch with businesses and

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residents, these officers are part of the problem solving team, a new

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approach. The idea is to engage with people and tackle them as best you

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can. We have always had that with community policing but we are not

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responding to calls as much as we were previously and the idea behind

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that is so we can focus on communities we are working in. Crime

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is at a 40 year low and the nature of crime is changing. One if I've

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calls to Police Scotland results in a crime being recorded. It deals

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with 57,000 mental health incidents and 30,000 missing person enquiries,

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meaning they have to refocus efforts. The journey of policing in

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the last 30 years is from one that is where we police public space, to

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one where we police private space. Now as the world is changing quickly

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around us, people are living their life online and we need to protect

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them there as well. The number of officers is likely to fall by 420

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20, but the body that oversees the police service says as it adapts,

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there will still be officers on the beat. This is an essential part of

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policing and we believe we can free up officers from administrative and

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other tasks that prevent them being visibly seen by the public. We think

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in 2026 you will see officers in their uniforms. The government

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welcomes the strategy and said it is concerned about the right mix of

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skills, not just overall numbers. You're watching BBC

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Reporting Scotland. After Celtic legend Billy McNeill's

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dementia diagnosis, ex-players' families demand a study

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into football and dementia. The Scot who's flying the flag

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in one of the world's The Scotland rugby team are up

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to fifth in the world rankings, It follows the weekend win over

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Wales in the Six Nations. And there's been further

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good news for Scotland, Scotland's rejuvenation as a force

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in world rugby continues. Also on the up is their world ranking. The

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win over Wales takes them from eighth upto fifth, above some

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illustrious names. Their highest ever placing. How much of this is

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down to their implacable coach? The players are playing for him and the

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team have a real identity in what they are trying to do. They have

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scored tries, six of them from outside channels. In Paris, it was

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created in an outside channel so it is the identity of how they try to

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play that suits Scotland. The immediate future holds games against

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these two, Italy and before that England. They will not treat the

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Scots as the fodder they have often been. Coming into this I would never

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have thought the game I would eagerly anticipate is England and

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Scotland. We have a real prospect of a match at Twickenham and a real

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exciting Scottish side. Wonderful performances and great individual

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players. Regardless of how that match goes, Murrayfield will be fall

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again in three weeks, the first time a game against Italy has sold out.

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Another reflection of the upturn in Scotland's fortunes.

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Rangers have identified the Southampton Director of Scouting

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and Recruitment Ross Wilson as their number one target for their

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The club say they want to create this new position,

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Since Mark Warburton left two weeks ago, Rangers have lost

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both their league matches, including this defeat to

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Almost 800,000 people in Scotland currently care for a relative

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or loved one, saving the UK Government billions of pounds,

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Over the next 20 years, it's estimated that three in five

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As the Scottish Government prepares to take over

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the Social Security system, how might they do

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What do you fancy for tea? John has been caring for his mother for the

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last four years. Carers UK, people like John save Scotland almost ?11

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billion per year. She was diagnosed with dementia as well as many other

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illnesses. I saw her struggling from afar. She had very or little-known

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help whatsoever from home helps. That started our journey of trying

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to fight the system. It took two years to get an adequate care

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package put in place for his mother. Over that time, he had to give up

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his own home and his job. Carers save billions to the Scottish

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Government and the British government. And yet we are down at

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the very end of need for support. The package for caring is between 45

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and 54, -- the peak age. That is likely to change as the population

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ages. More people are going to be providing care for very elderly

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people. In fact, actually, continuing to work well into their

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60s, providing care at the same time. Scotland is getting control

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over 11 welfare benefits. One of these is carers allowance and the

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government are putting forward a number of proposals. One is to

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change the restrictions inside at benefit, which put a limit on the

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amount of money in individual can land whilst still receiving the

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carers allowance. The other restriction is on the number of

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hours that you have to prove you care for a person in each week.

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Again, that restricts the individual from being able to perhaps pursue

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study or that part-time employment. For carers like John, support is

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much more than just financial. It's about quality of life. Not only for

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his mother but for him. What does he think should change? There should be

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a one-stop shop where when a carer needs assistance and they have been

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assessed, they get from start to finish the help that they need and

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that's financial support and any other support that they need for the

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person they are caring for. Campaigners who want a leisure

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centre on the Isle of Lewis to open on Sundays have vowed to fight on,

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despite their offer to fund Sunday openings being turned down

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by Western Isles council. Families into Sports for Health

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raised almost ?11,500 for a trial opening of the sports centre

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and swimming pool. But Western Isles Council rejected

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the offer of cash and said it Leisure centres on Lewis and Harris

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have been traditionally closed on Sundays in observation

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of the Sabbath. New figures from the Civil Aviation

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Authority show that laser attacks on Glasgow Airport doubled last year

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to 83, making it the second-most targeted airport in the UK

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after Heathrow, The number of attacks

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at Edinburgh Airport dropped from 55 The sport of UFC, or the Ultimate

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Fighting Championship, Stars like Ireland's Conor McGregor

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have helped make the uncompromising mixed martial art sport hugely

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popular. This weekend, Scotland's Paul

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Craig enters the arena He pulled off an impressive victory

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on his debut last year. Paul Craig! The brutal world of UFC

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now has a Scottish contender. Scotland's Paul Craig making his UFC

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debut. Paul Craig, one fight, and one win against Brazilian Henry de

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Silva last month. A strong start to life in sport where clearly you have

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to be tough. I never wanted to be punched in the face. But once you've

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taken your first punch, you need your first breaking your nose and

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it's not that bad. Once people realise your face isn't going to

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crumble into dust, you can take it. Paul Craig's next fight is against

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Australia 's Tyson Pedro. That's a long way from this freezing gym

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where Craig puts in the hard graft. His aim is to emulate UFC's ultimate

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Warrior, Irish superstar Conor McGregor. I really suppose he is to

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find the sport. You would be the Scottish Conor McGregor? Some people

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have said I have the ability to talk like him. I'm not dense, I can talk.

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And I can fight. I would like to think it's good to be compared to

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somebody like that at the top of his game. I would like to be the

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Scottish Conor McGregor. Why do you think at this moment in time right

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now UFC is so popular with so many people? I don't think it's the state

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of humanity. We are an aggressive nation or and aggressive world at

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this precise moment. I think it's to do with how it's marketed. You're

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getting the best fighters against the best fighters. Anything can

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happen. It doesn't matter how good you are. On that night, if you get

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caught flush in the bottom, you will go down. By day, Paul Craig teaches

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young people vocational skills in Scotland but his life as an educator

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is on hold for now as he continues on his own UFC learning curve.

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Another win required on Sunday if he is to make his own fighting future a

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success. He's famous for playing Dr Who,

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but last night David Tennant brought the Glasgow Film Festival to a close

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with a performance as In "Mad to Be Normal",

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he plays the controversial Scots As our arts correspondent,

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Pauline McLean, reports his work continues to divide opinion almost

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30 years after his death. It is a small household people

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in different states of mind. The Scots psychiatrist RD Laing

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was unlikely celebrity but in the 1960s he was famous,

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not least for an experiment in which patients and

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therapists lived together. His ideas were hugely controversial

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and are no less now, actually. Some people will say

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what he did was extraordinary on and others will say

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that he was a crack Born in Glasgow in 1927,

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he was prolific and outspoken. Although his views and methods

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divided the critics, they continue Adrian Lang, one of his ten

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children, has seen many versions of his father

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on stage and screen. He was a very angry, articulate,

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educated Scotsman who decided before he was 30 that he would take a stand

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against the establishment So there's a kind of romantic

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revolutionary angry Scottish person The film doesn't gloss

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over his personal failings. Like his most famous

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book, The Divided Self, The Ronnie Laing to his patience

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was not the same as him as a parent. I hope that the film does

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encourage some people But also realise there is more

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to the man than meets the eye. It seems RD Laing's moment

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in the spotlight is not yet over. It seems RD Laing's moment

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in the spotlight is far from over. A second film about his life

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is already being planned. Bit of a wash-out at

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the weekend, Judith. It certainly is. A wee bit of snow

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today, we weren't expecting it, across the South. One of our weather

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today, we weren't expecting it, watchers sent this in, a winter

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wonderland. The pressure chart, this area of low pressure flirted with

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this out of the country, hitting cold air. Now this low-pressure belt

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is yesterday's low-pressure making a return, bringing something wintry

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across western Scotland tonight and early tomorrow. A cold night. Met

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Office yellowed be aware warning for ice. Western and Central and

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Southern Scotland. Edinburgh will be at risk. Bear that in mind. Pulling

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away from the South as we speak. We will see something coming into the

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far north-west in the overnight period, the overnight pressure. We

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far north-west in the overnight expecting anything in in land will

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be frosty. Widely below freezing. I score risk first thing tomorrow, a

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cold start but bright -- ice risk. In eastern Scotland it is bright.

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The low-pressure making its presence felt. Outbreaks of rain in coastal

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areas will come inland. Sleet and snow in high ground. That continues

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to sink South and then brighter conditions feeding into the far

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north. Another change coming our way. In the afternoon, the remnants

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of that low-pressure in south-west Scotland but it will improve

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eventually. In the -- borders and Central lowlands, still feeling

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cold. Further north you go, you will see more in the way of the winds as

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they pick up. The Northern Isles will see those winds becoming strong

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and showers for the Shetland Isles. In the evening, anything in the

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and showers for the Shetland Isles. South will clear away. A lovely end

:26:48.:26:52.

to the day for most. Wintry showers will take hold in northern parts in

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the brisk winds. Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, a cold start.

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Some showers in northern Scotland and along the West Coast. It looks

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like a fine day. Thank you. Now, a reminder of

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tonight's main news. A former head of the SFA says

:27:07.:27:08.

footballers may in future have to sign disclaimers to prevent them

:27:09.:27:11.

suing over dementia It follows the news that the former

:27:12.:27:13.

Celtic player and manager, The organisers of the Oscars have

:27:14.:27:20.

apologised after an envelope mix up led to the wrong film being read out

:27:21.:27:24.

as winner of the Best Picture award. The producers of La La Land were in

:27:25.:27:27.

the middle of their acceptance speeches when the mistake

:27:28.:27:30.

was discovered and Moonlight I'll be back with the headlines

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

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on the team, right across the country,

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have a very good evening.

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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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