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plans for children as young as four to be taught about healthy

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relationships in schools all over England.

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Hundreds of people chant Islamist slogans at an event to honour

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the killer of Glasgow shopkeeper Asad Shah.

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TRANSLATION: We're proud of the fact and we stand with him.

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We have an exclusive report from our correspondent in Pakistan.

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Also on the programme, a man has been arrested

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in connection with the disappearance of RAF airman Corrie McKeague.

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Scotland's councils are spending millions importing

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food for school meals - from thousands of miles away.

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A report shows fewer women in Scotland are terminating

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pregnancies following a Down's Syndrome diagnosis.

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of Loch Lomond as new restrictions come into force on wild camping in

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this Scotland's biggest National Park.

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Hundreds of people have attended an event in Pakistan held in honour

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of the killer of Glasgow shopkeeper Asad Shah.

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Crowds chanting sectarian and Islamist slogans gathered

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at the family home of Tanveer Ahmed in the city of Mirpur on Monday.

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Ahmed is serving a life sentence for the murder of Mr Shah,

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whom he claimed had insulted the Prophet Muhammad in videos

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But, as our Pakistan correspondent Secunder Kermani reports,

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he continues to inspire extremists in his home country.

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Outside the family home of Tanveer Ahmed in the city of Mirpur, a 400

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strong crowd shouting slogans praising him but he's not here, he's

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in jail in Scotland. Last year he killed Glasgow shopkeeper Asad Shah

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who is from the persecuted Maddie Secco. He believed Asad Shah

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committed blasphemy by claiming in online videos to be a prophet. From

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committed blasphemy by claiming in many here, though, that killing was

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justified. They sit Tanveer Ahmed as a hero. TRANSLATION: Before nobody

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knew who he was, now after what he did God has made him so famous that

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the whole of Pakistan and even people abroad have heard of him.

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This gathering organised by a hardline ocular Pakistani cleric who

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leads the anti-blasphemy movement but he is not here either, he is

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under house arrest. We met him at another rally earlier this month

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where he got a rapturous welcome. They are chanting prophet of God, I

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am here. It has become the rallying cry of the anti-blasphemy movement

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but it is also the slogan Tanveer Ahmed shouted defiantly at a court

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in Scotland as he was sentenced to prison. His social media pages

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heavily promote Tanveer Ahmed and have even released audio messages

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sent by him from inside jail. Like this one where he says the

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penalty for blasphemy is death. Rizvi says he has spoken to Tanveer

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Ahmed from jail every couple of weeks. TRANSLATION: We are proud of

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the fact and we stand with him and that we are in contact. Lots of

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Muslims would say one of the central characteristics of the profit was to

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show forgiveness and he forgive people who insulted him. -- Prophet.

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Even if you gave somebody it was his right to forgive them but somebody

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who insulted him does not have the right. The Scottish Government has

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stopped the audio messages from Rizvi but he says his support in

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Pakistan will continue to grow. In Asad Shah's mosque in Glasgow there

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is real concern about support for his killing. It is a problem and

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this problem is being exported outside Pakistan. The events which

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happened in Glasgow. Tanveer Ahmed's crime was carried out in Britain but

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was inspired by ideas from Pakistan. Now it seems it's his turn to

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inspire others. Secunder Kermani, BBC Reporting Scotland, Islamabad.

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Police in Suffolk investigating the disappearance of Scots airman

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Corrie Mckeague have arrested a man on suspicion of attempting

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It comes as officers prepare to search a landfill site

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in their search for Mr McKeague who was based at RAF Honington.

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Alex Dunlop reports from the landfill site

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Suffolk police are giving a few details except to say they have

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arrested a 26-year-old man this morning. They are interviewing him

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on suspicion of attempting to pervert the course of justice

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relating, they say, to information provided to the investigation.

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Significantly, perhaps, he's the first, the only person to be

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arrested since Corrie McKeague went missing from the market town of Bury

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St Edmunds five months ago. The 23-year-old airman from Fife were

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stationed at an RAF base near Bury and was last picked up on CCTV in

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the town centre after a night out with friends on the 24th of

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September. Police say the arrested man was not the driver of the bin

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lorry which delivered ref used to this massive landfill site near

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Cambridge. He collected a bin from the area where Mr Mickey was last

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seen. The theories he may have fallen into or been placed in one of

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these commercial bins in this car park behind some shops. Police

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accept there is a real chance that Corrie McKeague has died and that

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his body may be buried somewhere in this vast landfill behind me. What

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is happening now is they are making the site safe for this is to start

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their search which will happen in the next seven days. -- for officers

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to start their search. It is a grim task and will take several weeks.

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Alex Dunbar. MSPs have been hearing how a school

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support worker who wanted to find out about Asperger's Syndrome

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so they could help a child was told to watch

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an American comedy programme. The claim was made to a committee

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investigating whether children with additional support needs

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are getting the help they need. There's concern the quality

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of provision and staff training Here's our education

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correspondent Jamie McIvor. Park Hill School in Glasgow helps

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youngsters who need some additional support. It's showing off new

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facilities. This replica of a hotel bedroom is for courses which could

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lead to jobs in the hospitality industry. All of the pupils have

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faced real challenges which make learning how to. What would you like

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to do after school? I would like to work in the Hilton and from there

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become manager. The presumption work in the Hilton and from there

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nowadays is for children with special needs is to remain in

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mainstream schools but for someone with a better option there are

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options like this one. MSPs are examining the issue and heard from a

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parent of a child who had a difficult experience in a mainstream

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school. My son was moved around and he is in a class where there are

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mixed ages and abilities and gets on great and has a peer group. Almost a

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quarter of children need additional support. The phrase covers

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everything from serious physical handicaps to coping with bullying

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and bereavement. One real concern is training. It was even claimed one

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support worker was told to watch this TV comedy to find out about a

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form of autism. Just this once you can count me as people too. I asked

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a member of staff working specifically with the children with

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Asperger's syndrome what training had she had in Asperger's syndrome

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Asperger's syndrome what training and she said she was told to watch

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the Big Bang theory. That is the level of training we have got now in

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schools. And some teachers have worries about whether the right help

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is always available. Lack of training. Lack of resources. And

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again, that's down to obviously budget cuts. Our school has seen

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educational psychologists for one or two hours a month if you're lucky,

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not good. Few would say it is not wrong in principle Basharat wrong in

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principle to keep children in regular schools. Students at Park

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Hill are the exception had not the rule. Naturally there are questions

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over how things sometimes work out. Jamie McIvor, Reporting Scotland.

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The Scottish Government's plans to abolish the Scottish Funding Council

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board have suffered a setback - after MSPs voted

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It's yet another defeat for the SNP who are a minority

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Ministers want to boost economic growth and are streamlining the four

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enterprise agencies, putting them under

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The Conservatives, who lead the debate, said it would put

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university autonomy under threat and smacked of centralisation.

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There was another FlyBe incident last night, when an emergency

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was sounded for the touch down of a flight at Edinburgh Airport.

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It was later described as a technical alert, with a safe

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But it follows a crash landing on an Edinburgh

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to Schipol flight last week, when the landing gear collapsed.

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On the same day, a FlyBe pilot had to shut down an engine mid-flight -

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just as another one did a month before.

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The new chief executive of Flybe was in Edinburgh today,

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Safety is our top priority and what you are describing and what happened

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in the last few days, our pilots have been following the procedures

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and they have been training in our training academy to follow exactly

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the same procedures. We have been organising the events in full

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coordination with the aviation authorities and airport authorities

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who have been helping and supporting us in this type of situation.

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Scottish councils are importing school food

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from thousands of miles away - food which could be

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Figures obtained by the BBC show that last year they spent

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?1.3 million on chicken from Thailand, more than ?125,000

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on carrots from Belgium and ?125,000 on potato products from France.

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Our political correspondent Lucy Adams has this exclusive report.

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Tomato and basil pasta. OK, here you go. In this school in East Ayrshire

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almost all of the food is sourced in a 30 mile radius, eggs

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almost all of the food is sourced in Auckland, fish from heir and cheese

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from the Isle of Arran. -- Mauchline. I quite like local food

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because it's just better because you don't know what's in the food if

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it's coming from abroad. I know where my food comes from and I know

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this comes from local sources. The schools here are some of the only

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ones in the country buying all of their produce in Scotland. It's a

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matter of scale, imagine each of my steps is six miles. Some schools are

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sourcing food as locally as 15 miles away. That's two and a half steps

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for your chicken. While most go much further for certain products getting

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carrots from 500 miles away in Belgium, mashed potato from 550

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miles away in France and raspberries from 1300 miles away in Serbia. But

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most of Scotland's councils are going a lot further for one

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particular product. Last year they spent more than ?1 million on

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chicken from Thailand. 6000 miles away. That's 1000 steps from where

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we started. One MSP has made it his personal mission to find out where

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Scotland's food is coming from. The quality of food we are serving to

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patients in hospital to our kids in schools is not the highest quality

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possible and the thing is, when we look at some of the districts and

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councils, for example East Ayrshire Council, they can tell you which

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farm the eggs came from so it's perfectly possible to procure

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locally and it must be good for Scotland as a whole. Councils say

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they are trying to by local, their milk, yoghurt and much of their red

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meat is now from the UK and their procurement agency says all the

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chicken in schools is high-quality. But sourcing it in Scotland has

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proved difficult. Ministers say they are working to bring together

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suppliers and farmers to ensure more food is made in Scotland. I think we

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are doing quite well but we can do better. Almost half of the 150

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million spent on procuring food in better. Almost half of the 150

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the public sector is sourced locally. 48% is Scottish food. But

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why doesn't matter where our children's food comes from? You know

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your supplier, you talk to them by name. The quality of the food is so

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much better. You can see, smell and taste it. Despite ministers

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repeatedly calling for supermarkets, councils and shops to buy local

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taxpayers' money is still being spent on food from thousands of

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miles away, food which could be produced here. Lucy Adams, Reporting

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Scotland. New by-laws come into force today

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which will restrict camping around From now until September,

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anyone who wants to camp in parts of the national park will need

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to apply for a permit, It's all part of in an attempt

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to clamp down on anti-social behaviour and littering,

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as James Shaw reports. Loch Lomond, the largest inland body

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of water in Britain, drawing in millions of visitors every year,

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without doubt one of the jewels in the crown of Scotland's natural

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Heritage. These pictures, holiday snaps from hell, you might call

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them, record the damage that has been done in previous years. This

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whole swathes of woodland is at Atlantic Oakwood and it is

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designated as a very special species. Which is why the park

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authority wants to bring in bylaws which will control wild camping in

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the busiest areas. Some places up to 700 tenths in these areas, the point

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of the Bible is that is unsustainable in these places. The

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sheer number and impact of people toileting and littering and

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everything else is not sustainable for the environment so we're not

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trying to meet that demand because it isn't appropriate to do so. From

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today anyone wild camping in managed areas along the shores the most

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popular Tambe could face a fine of ?500 and a criminal record. From

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September wild campers must purchase a permit for use in special areas.

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Wild camping enthusiasts see that as a breach of Scotland's legal right

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to roam. They believe the park authority should focus on educating

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people about respecting the countryside. Things like the Rangers

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and authorities can do to clamp down on this, they can already find

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people for littering and anti-social behaviour. There is no need to

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create this bylaw which criminalises people who are not doing at the

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wrong way. Let's be honest, it is a very small number of people and we

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are almost letting them win. With the new restrictions that could be a

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lot of disappointed campers this summer. The idea of Scotland when I

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first came here was you could camp anywhere, no matter where you are,

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that was the law and you could camp. We come up here for the fact that

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it's on tainted and you can go wherever you want. If it's in a

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designated area they can still come and camp and enjoy it but everyone

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else can enjoy it as well. People come with kids, animals and there

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isn't all the rubbish left. This is the only location on the east side

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of Loch Lomond where wild camping is going to be permitted. The question

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is, will people know about these new controls, and how strictly are they

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going to be enforced? The new bylaws will be reviewed in three years, so

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for the wild campers this is a fight which is not over yet. Jame Shaw,

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Reporting Scotland, on the banks of Loch Lomond.

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You're watching BBC Reporting Scotland.

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Hundreds of people chant Islamist slogans at an event

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to honour the killer of Glasgow shopkeeper Asad Shah.

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Many young people believe having a mental health problem

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will affect their life chances, a survey finds.

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There's been a 12% fall in the termination rate of pregnancies

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Glasgow University researchers also found expectant mothers in Scotland

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are more likely to continue these pregnancies than those

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Daniel is home from high school. Pancakes! Dan, they look delicious.

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At 14, he already has plans for the future. I want to get a job. Office,

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hospital. In Scotland, over 50 children a year

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are born with Down's Syndrome and it is often a struggle for support.

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We're having a battle now having him starting to transition into the

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adult services. We are having difficulties trying to get a social

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worker for him because there are not many in the area. With better

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testing, more women can find out if they have a chance of a baby with

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Down's Syndrome. In Scotland, the proportion of women who decided to

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terminate a pregnancy following a diagnosis of Down's Syndrome has

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declined significantly. It has sparked debate among experts. We

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welcome the report but from our membership we are hearing that

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families are not always getting unbiased and up-to-date information,

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so we call on all health professionals to be properly trained

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so they are able to give families up to date and accurate information

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about the life chances of people with Down's Syndrome. I didn't think

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I'd be able to cope with it at all and actually he has made me a much

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better person for being his mum. A police dog handler has been left

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critically injured after his van was involved in a crash with a car

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on the A90 in Aberdeenshire The crash happened between

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Ellon and Peterhead. The 46-year-old officer

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was in a critical condition while the 58-year-old male car

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driver was stable. Police Scotland said two police dogs

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in the van survived. Will a mental health problem

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stop you getting a job Over half of 16 to 25 year olds

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surveyed for a new report say yes. Our reporter Suzanne Allan went

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to meet one woman who wants to help end the stigma about

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mental ill health. It is one of the grandest stores in

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she would work in a place like this. she would work in a place like this.

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-- Alana Briggs. Two years ago she hurt her back and could not attend a

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job interview because of it, oppression then set in. It was a

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horrible experience. Comparing herself to friends and checking

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social media made Down's Syndrome feel isolated. They had good jobs

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and they had partners and it was just really hard because the fear is

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there, whoever you talk to, are they going to understand? Are you going

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to, is it going to be said that you're an attention seeker for this?

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Or that nothing is really wrong because you can't see it from the

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outside? New research out today by the Prince's Trust finds that nearly

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50% of young people have felt the same as Alana. We found that nearly

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half of young people have experienced mental health issues but

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a third of them would not speak to anyone about them and many feel this

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is a stigma. It was after getting on the trainee scheme at Fraser is that

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gave the 25-year-old her job back. Try not to let the smallest things

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annoy you. Try and pull yourself away from social media, don't use it

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as much as you normally would. Don't compare yourself to everyone else

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and what they have got. She has stopped doing that and is thinking

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of a long-term career here. AG Barr the maker of Irn Bru

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is cutting the amount of sugar The company says it's been

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influenced by consumer demand more than the tax on sugary drinks due

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to come in next year. This isn't the first time that sugar

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has been reduced in Irn Bru but the previous occasion was in the 1940s,

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when the nation was that poor. When sugar became so scarce that in fact

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one had to use part sugar and part saccharin, to sweeten the drink. The

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company says today it is reacting to consumer demand. The level of

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reduction is influenced by the sugar tax coming in next year. It seems

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sensible to bring it just below the level at which taxation would it

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commence and therefore our consumers would not be subjected to additional

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cost when the sugar tax comes in. By the autumn, there should be quite a

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bit less sugar in this sugary drink. So we carried out our own bit of

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bit less sugar in this sugary drink. market research to find out what

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people think of that here in Glasgow. It's a good idea because

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the kids are drinking that stuff at 100 miles an hour, some of them.

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They should have done it years ago. As long as the taste was still there

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I would still drink it. Is it now and again or everyday? It is every

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day for me. Not for the kids, right enough. Even half is still too high

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and I think that is too much. We shouldn't be having any fizzy drinks

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at all. The decision has been welcomed but it is not going to

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solve Scotland's love affair with sugar. It means 70 less calories per

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can. Which is excellent. It will definitely help protect teeth and it

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might help obesity but it is not the silver bullet for obesity by any

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means. They insist that the less sugar drink will taste the same as

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it does now. Any effect on the sales of their sugar free versions will be

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interesting to watch. She's always sugary sweet, it's over

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to Kirsteen for the forecast! LAUGHTER

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Thank you very much. Provisional statistics from the Met office to

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tell as it has been drier and than average. Potentially the fourth

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mildest winter on record in Scotland. Certainly today for the

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beginning of the meteorological spring, sunshine hasn't been in

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short supply. We've had a scattering of showers however, and these will

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become heavier and more frequent across the Western Isles tonight,

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the north-west Highlands. A wintry flavour at times and west and north

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westerly winds increasing as we go through the night. We may also have

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some icy stretches on untreated roads and services. Otherwise dry

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with clear spells and a fairly widespread frost developing with

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temperatures dipping to around -2 minus three Celsius. Tomorrow looks

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like a fairly bright and breezy day, showers especially across the

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north-west tomorrow morning although with these brisk westerly winds,

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some showers will reach central and eastern areas as we go through the

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day. Taking a closer look around three o'clock tomorrow, a scattering

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of showers affecting southern, central and eastern areas, but most

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of the showers will be across the north-west Highlands and up towards

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the Northern Isles. Wintry in nature especially across the hills and high

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ground with a mixture of rain and sleet to low level is. However,

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there will be plenty of brightness and sunshine in between the showers.

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I is seven or eight Celsius tomorrow although feeling colder, especially

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with exposure to these brisk westerly winds. Tomorrow evening we

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continue to see a future showers at times. However, there will be some

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clear spells and a fairly widespread frost and a risk of ice on any

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untreated roads and services. More in the way of more organised rain

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coming into the far south-west. For Friday it looks largely dry and

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bright, just a feud showers across the far north, plenty of sunshine

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although clouding over from the south in the afternoon and feeling

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relatively mild. That's the forecast.

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I'll be act with the late bulletin. Until then, from the team right

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across the country enjoy

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