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degrees. Fiona. Thank you, Sarah. That's all from the BBC News at

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a family of Syrian refugees and the young son they thought had

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Football fans join family, friends and former players

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to pay their last respects to Celtic great Tommy Gemmell.

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A fellow Lisbon Lion says the only person missing

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He would have loved it. This would have been right up his street.

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Former Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg warns

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the Scottish Liberal Democrat conference that Brexit could lead

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And can Scotland spring a surprise on the six Nations champions at

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Twickenham? They thought their son was dead -

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killed in a bombing raid in Syria. But a refugee family now living

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in Mid-Lothian have been reunited with their eldest child

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who was trapped, alone Mohamed Karou's father said

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it was the end of a five-year nightmare and praised those

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who helped rescue his son. Cameron Buttle has

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been to meet them. It is hard to believe the horrors

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that this young boy has seen. Today, playing in a park, a stick and a log

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are enough to keep him happy. He never strays too far from his

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father, enjoying being part of the family he had not seen for five

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years. TRANSLATION: I am so happy. I can't

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describe how happy I am. I am overwhelmed. It is a miracle to have

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him with me here. They lost Mohamed during a bombing

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raid. They searched for him but were told he was dead. Years later, after

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the rest of the family had fled Syria, a relative got a message out

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to say their son was alive. TRANSLATION: It has been a long

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time. He really felt desperate until he would come and join him in

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Scotland. His father twice smuggled himself back into Syria but could

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not get to Mohammed. Now relocated in Scotland, the family pleaded for

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help, and against all the odds, a rescue mission was mounted and

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Mohamed arrived in Scotland a few weeks ago.

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TRANSLATION: The operation went a very secret way and no information

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was revealed to us, just for his protection. The lack of information

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made me sometimes worried, sometimes concerned, but I always knew that it

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was going to happen at some point. The family's plight hit the

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headlines when it was raised in Westminster by their local MP last

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year. In the background, a support team from Midlothian Council lived

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every moment with the family. On the phone to the Home Office everyday in

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my office. The team was there to make sure the family was supported

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and no stone left unturned to make sure Mohammed could get here. Beyond

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that, there are those we do not know, people on the ground in the

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Syria to help Mohammed. We will never know who they are and we can't

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thank them enough for what they did. We will probably never know how he

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was brought here to Midlothian to be We will probably never know how he

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reunited with his family. Syria is still incredibly dangerous and the

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agencies involved will not talk about it because it might jeopardise

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future operations. TRANSLATION: He has been denied from

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his childhood life so I hope this new life will bring him back some

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childhood memories. The funeral has taken

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place of the Celtic great and Lisbon Lion Tommy Gemmell

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who died last week. Hundreds of fans turned out

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to pay their last respects as the funeral procession set off

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from Celtic Park this morning. Fellow Lisbon Lions

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were amongst the pallbearers. Among the thousands gathered outside

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Celtic Park, many remember the goal. He has scored a great goal. He has

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Celtic Park, many remember the goal. done it. Others have only seen it on

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TV, Tommy Gemmill in 1967 scoring in Celtic's European cup final victory,

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TV, Tommy Gemmill in 1967 scoring in the first by a British club,

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securing his place in history. Just a legendary club. His goal. Here to

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play a risk -- pay respects. I used to make his suits. I am a Celtic fan

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through and through. He was a fabulous player and look at the

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pride he brought a Glasgow. When the time came to say farewell, the

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reaction was spontaneous, the funeral cortege making the journey

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to the crematorium where family, friends, former team-mates and

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rivals gathered. Green blazers against the sombre backdrop, his

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fellow Lisbon Lions. There have been many fine fullbacks who have worn

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the hoops with distinction but undoubtedly the name of Tommy

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Gemmill would be right up there with the best of them, may he now rest in

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peace. A tall, athletic full-back in his prime, a close friend described

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his attitude as illness took its toll. One of his favourite sayings

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was, why should a living man never complain. I didn't think there was

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anything left for Tommy Gemmill to do to prove he was an inspiration. I

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was in nor of his courage, strength and character. In two months, on the

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50th anniversary, the Lisbon Lions will gather again. Missing will be a

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cherished team-mate, a life today remembered and celebrated. What

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would he have made of this? He would have loved it. He was always a show

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man and that -- this would have been right up his street.

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A pilot has been jailed for ten months for boarding a flight

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from Scotland to the United States while under

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Carlos Roberto Licona, who's 45 and from Texas,

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was due to serve as First Officer on the United Airlines flight

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from Glasgow to Newark on 27 August last year.

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He was taken off the plane after security staff smelled

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alcohol on his breath when he entered the airport.

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Licona was jailed after pleading guilty to the charge

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The Scottish Liberal Democrat leader, Willie Rennie,

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has claimed his party now represents "majority opinion"

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At the party's annual conference in Perth,

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Mr Rennie said the Lib Dems were the only ones now giving full

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support to Scotland's place in both the UK and the European Union.

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From Perth, here's our political editor Brian Taylor.

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Curling, the roaring game. Sharing this venue with the curlers, the

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Liberal Democrats reckon they are entitled to make a bit of noise,

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too. Liberal Democrats speak for the majority of people in Scotland. We

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are pro-United Kingdom, but we also wanted to stay in the European

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Union. 62% of Scots won to that, so we represent the majority of public

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opinion, and our ambition is to get that high in the opinion polls. He

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talks of healing divisions, but the party's only Scottish MP reckons

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nationalism is well out of kilter. Alex Salmond will tell you that all

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he wants is for decisions about Scotland is to be made by people

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living in Scotland. How is that different from Nigel Farage wanting

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to take back control from Brussels? Or even Donald Trump wanting to do

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deals, great deals, that will always put America first? Nick Clegg

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formally led the Lib Dems and is now put America first? Nick Clegg

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speaks for them on Europe. He told me of plans for a further EU

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referendum on the Brexit terms. If the British people were to say, we

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don't want to jump off the cliff and would rather stay on terra firma,

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clearly, it would then be for us as a nation to decide whether we

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actually after all want to stay in the European Union. You can see that

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as a prospect, that Brexit does not happen? Only if the British people

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change their mind. To be clear, a second referendum is roundly

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rejected by the UK Government. Nick Clegg argued that liberalism was

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still alive in Europe, if not thriving. Party leaders believe they

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can remedy that in Scotland by supporting two unions, the UK and

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the EU. They have also been talking about

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how to tackle the country's drug problem. They have. Drugs policy

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motion carried here at the conference. They backed

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decriminalising the possession of drugs for personal use, and the

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establishment of centres where addicts could inject heroin while

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receiving advice about how to get off drugs. They backed treatment,

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rather than punishment. What should we read into the absence of Tim

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Farron? I am told he is attending a big birthday for a close member of

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his family. He is not here. The conference seemed to get on without

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him. There is a curious upbeat atmosphere, because they feel they

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have found a formula, that UK- EU formula that would allow them to

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appeal to voters in Scotland. We will see.

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Plenty at stake for Scotland's rugby players tomorrow.

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They play England in the Six Nations at Twickenham.

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Our reporter David Currie is there for us now.

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David, this is a huge game for the Scots.

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Yes, it is indeed. Even an empty Twickenham can be awe-inspiring, but

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with two wins from three matches so far in the tournament, victory for

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Scotland tomorrow would give them a real chance of going on to win the

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six nations for the first time. Historically, winning here for the

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Scots is rare, but the build-up to this year's match has been a bit

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different. This is a tale of mystery and suspense. Why, for instance, did

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Scotland break with tradition and training in the grounds of their

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hotel, rather than Twickenham, on the eve of the match? We felt there

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was a park across the road where we could get done what we needed to do,

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so that was the reason. We are comfortable having a jog around

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across the road. Fair enough, but who has been putting the frighteners

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on one of the team's top performers? What's happening! ? You have

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survived a wheeze scare, a few scares, at the hands of an arch

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prankster. I have zero confidence in walking along the corridors. I'm a

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bit worried he will jump out. It has been a challenging few weeks. John

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Barclay, the Scotland captain is responsible. But England have been

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spooking the Scots at Twickenham since 1911. Scotland have won here

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just four times, first in 1926 and most recently 34 years ago. Now in

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his seventh decade, can this hero of that 1983 victory offer some

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grandfatherly words of wisdom to the 20 17 team? The players will know it

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is tough. We have played well this season but England are a different

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kettle of fish at Twickenham. They are to beat. But if we get our set

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piece right, take every chance that comes along, and we are good at that

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at the moment, I think it is our comes along, and we are good at that

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best opportunity for years. This is the England team the Scots will have

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to beat to end that losing streak at Twickenham. But perhaps John

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Barclay, Stuart Hogg and company will have a few nasty surprises in

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store for them. Worth remembering that England are going for a world

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record equalling 18th consecutive international win. However, Stuart

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Hogg says that Scotland will not roll over and let England tickle

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their bellies. If they did, that would be the biggest surprise of

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all. You're watching BBC

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Reporting Scotland. A family of Syrian refugees and the

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young sum they thought had been killed by a bomb are reunited in

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Scotland. Celtic are looking to

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make it four wins out of four against their city rivals

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Rangers this weekend. A senior MEP from the ruling party

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in Spain has suggested his country would not try to stop an independent

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Scotland joining the European Union. Esteban Pons says the issue

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of Catalonian independence would not mean Spain would try to stop

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Scotland from re-entering. Our political correspondent,

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Nick Eardley, is in Explain what this

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is all about, Nick. was not on the official agenda at

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the European Council but it is on many people's lips. Last night we

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looked at how the EU might treat the Brexit negotiations. Tonight we are

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looking at how an independent Scotland could be treated by the EU

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down the line. Have things changed since 2014? I have found out that

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one Labour MEP might change his mind. Europe's leaders met again

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today but without the UK. Theresa May was on home soil, as talks in

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Brussels focused on celebrating European integration. But the

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Scottish Government is keen to maintain links with Europe. How to

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do that means the independence question might be asked again. The

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Spanish Prime Minister rallied against Brexit today. In 2013 he

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suggested that Scotland would have to work its way back in. He has an

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independence movement of his own in Catalonia. Senior SNP figures have

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sought to distance themselves from that movement, pledging to stay

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neutral. Esteban Pons is from the Prime Minister's party. If Scotland

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wants to come back, they have to begin the procedure, like any other

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country. There is no sense that Spain would want to veto Scotland

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joining the EU? If you think about Catalonia, the Catalonian situation

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is very different to the Scottish situation. Some think an independent

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Scotland would be welcomed to the club, though from the outside. Those

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on the pro-UK side think the case is stronger than last time. They think

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trying to re-enter comes at a heavy price. To get back in, you have to

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sign up to the Common Fisheries Policy. I would not want Scottish

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fishermen back in that, it is a bad thing. The easiest ways to give up

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on everything you think is important that others tell you you can't have.

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That is not good for Scotland. The new case for independence has not

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been set out yet and there is no guarantee it will be, but the

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possibility has Scotland's longest serving MEP rethinking his answer. I

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don't know how I would vote in another referendum. The thought of

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Scotland remaining part of the European Union would be appealing to

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me, so there is an emotional appeal towards independence that did not

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previously exist. But he adds that the economic case for independence

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is weaker. The SNP here is focused on the shorter term. My focus is to

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find solutions to where we are immediately. Where we get to in

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future, who knows? There are few certainties as the UK approaches

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Brexit, but the more questions will be asked and more debates

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Reporting Scotland will host a debate looking ahead to the impact

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of Brexit and the future options for Scotland on Tuesday,

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If you'd like to be part of the audience and put your

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questions to our panel, details of how to apply can be found

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on the BBC Scotland News website, on the Reporting Scotland page.

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The reliability of ScotRail services has improved again in recent weeks.

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New figures for February and early March show the annual average

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performance figure for ScotRail services has risen to 90.3%.

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The result ends the contractual need for a performance improvement

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In September last year, the Scottish Government demanded

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improvements when ScotRail fell below this benchmark.

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Some of the biggest emitters of greenhouse gas emissions

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have the lowest climate change targets, according

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It says the transport and agriculture sectors need to make

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a greater contribution than ministers have already set out.

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Our environment correspondent, Kevin Keane, joins us now.

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This is the Parliament's response to the Scottish Government's flagship

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climate plan. This is the document itself. It sets out some ambitious

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targets to try to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 66%, two-thirds the

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base level, by 2032. It sets out exactly how that will be achieved,

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sector by sector and industry by industry. What these four committees

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who have been scrutinising this document have said is that, in some

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areas, those ambitions are not ambitious enough. They particularly

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pick out agriculture and transport as being two of the main

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contributors to greenhouse gas emissions, but which have weaker

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targets than other industries. They say the two sectors need to do more.

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They raised concerns about what are termed "techno fixes" technical

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solutions to some of the problems. Which basically means replacing

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diesel and petrol cars like these with electric vehicles to overcome

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some of those emission problems. What the report is saying is that

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actually instead you should be looking at practical solutions that

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involve behavioural change, for example, getting people out of cars

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completely and on to public transport, walking or using bikes.

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The Environment Secretary says that these targets have to be realistic

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and workable. MSPs will debate this next week. Thanks, Kevin.

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Former Scotland international footballer, Denis Law, is to be

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The 77-year-old was born and brought up in the city,

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but during a glittering career that included spells at both Manchester

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United and Manchester City, he never played for his local team.

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The Denis Law Legacy Trust now helps develop street football

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In football, Celtic are looking to make it four wins out of four

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against their city rivals Rangers this weekend.

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But it looks like the visitors will have a new manager

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Alasdair Lamont is at Ibrox for us now.

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Yes, indeed. It looks increasingly like Pedro Caixinha, a 4-year-old

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Portugese will be confirmed as the new manager here at Ibrox ahead of

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that trip to Celtic Park on Sunday. He will arrive in Scotland tomorrow

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and will take in the game on Sunday, albeit from the stand rather than

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the dug-out. He has been managing in Qatar up until recently. He has had

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spells in Mexico and also in his home land of Portugal. He did his

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coaching badges here in Scotland. It's fair to say hiss first

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experience of Scottish football as a manager will be something altogether

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different. As Glasgow's heavyweights prepare for a fourth showdown of the

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season, odds on favourites Celtic have won all three previous

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meetings. Thing a agree gay score over those games is 8-2 in Celtic's

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favour. Their supremacy is laid out starkly in their overall points

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haul. This fixture has so far been kind to the Celtic manager, living

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up to all his expectations. Celtic-Rangers game is reknown

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throughout the world as one of the great Derby games, if not the

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greatest. It's an intense affair. Supporters are passionate. The

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Celtic Park game was a great start being the first one for us. If we

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can play to thatle level, and play to how we have been for most of the

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season, then we hope that can get us a result. With Rangerseth yet to

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appoint Pedro Caixinha as their new manager the task of engineering the

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most likely Old Firm upset will fall to the interim boss. He is

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determined his players will thrive in adversity. He

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Said today: He has handled it really well. Hopefully, he goes to

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Parkhead. I'm sure Kenny and Lee has told him what to expect. He knows

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what it's all about. Hopefully, he can get something from the game. For

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that to happen, they will have to stop Dembele. It was a good day to

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remember. It's gone now. We have another game on Sunday. The majority

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inside Celtic Park will expect this Old Firm theme to continue. Anything

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else would be a serious surprise. The Royal Scottish National

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Orchestra is off on its first tour The orchestra, along with violinist

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Nicola Benedetti, will perform eight concerts at seven venues

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across the state of Florida, Our arts correspondent,

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Pauline McLean, reports. It was 1982 when the RSNO last

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toured the US. Nicola Benedetti wasn't born. Most of the seven

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concert halls that play across Florida weren't built. It is

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enormous centre of culture in North America now. The reason for that is

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because so many people retire to that place. Everyone who loved the

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Chicago Symphony, the Pittsburgh Symphony and so on, so many have

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retired down there. Over the last several decades they got together in

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each community and built fantastic concert halls. Touring is expensive

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it's vital in boost the profile of the orchestra. Known to music fans

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in the US through the 200 plus records recordings they have made.

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We have a lot of people who lisp to us in on the radio today. It's

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important and allows us to reconnect with our audience. Where are you?

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That is me there. The first US Tour was in 1975, 17 concerts

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That is me there. The first US Tour weeks. Raymond Williamson, a Board

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member at the time, believes it was an important turning point. There is

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something that happens when an orchestra is playing on tour, it's a

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different audience. There must be a rush of adrenaline. The playing

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takes on an age and excitement. It's something that orchestras, in my

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view, have to do. The 1982 Tour under its serving director, Sir

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Alexander Gibson, put Scotland on the map. It included a number of

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Scotland compositions and a performance at Carnegie Hall. There

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is room for an reel as an encore. Time for a look at the weather

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now with Christopher. It's not going to be as good as we

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were expecting tomorrow? Thank you. Yes, good evening it was cloudy and

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damp for some of us, if not many of us today, there was some brightness

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coming through at times. Thank you to our weather watchers for the

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pictures. Tonight our attention is on rain moving in off the Atlantic.

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The next few hours will be cloudy with drizzle around, hill fog at

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times. Cold front will edge in off the Atlantic bringing in a band of

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rain. Further south and east you are the wet weather will be light and

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patchy. Not as cold as last night, overnight lows in towns and cities

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five to eight Celsius, but cloudy and damp. Saturday, cloudy and damp

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start. That will improve as the rain clears. There is a legacy of cloud

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behind it, not brightening up as much as we had hoped for this time

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yesterday. In the south it will be cloudy with outbreaks of rain at

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times and hill fog across the hills. Through the central belt reasonably

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dry, cloudy, brightness coming through for Edinburgh. North will

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have more sunshine. With lyinged winds 13 degrees is possible. --

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lingering. If you are hill walking or climbing in the north-west that

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is where the best of the sunshine will be. Fog to the Galloway Hills.

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The afternoon will be dry, but cloudy. The north and east of any

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high ground there will be breaks in that cloud, too. There is not a huge

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amount of snow on-the-runs. The winds will ease after dawn and

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fairly cloudy. As ever, check to see what is open and running before

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setting off. The rest of the afternoon into the evening and over

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night still some drizzle in the far south. Fog elsewhere, fairly cloudy

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but dry elsewhere. Sunday, we do it all over again. The weather front

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will bring outbreaks of rain and brightening up by the afternoon for

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many. High pressure close. Here is the detail for Sunday. Band of rain

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in the west. It moves its way eastwards, fragmenting as it does

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so. Look what is coming behind it, some sunshine. For both Saturday and

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Sunday the afternoons will be dryer and brighter with some sunshine for

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some. The that's the forecast for now. Is disappointing, Chris. The

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forecast, not you! That's Reporting Scotland I will be back just after

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the Ten O'Clock News. Until then, from everybody here on the team in

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Glasgow, and across the country, have a very good evening. Bye for

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now. So, like, you get sponsored to swap

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clothes with somebody for a day. Yeah, yeah, yeah.

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OK, I don't get that. So, maybe... I don't get that.

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..you wear your mother's clothes? Yeah, yeah, yeah.

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OK, I don't get that. So, maybe...

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