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and on BBC One we now join the BBC's news teams where you are.

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The UK Government promises more powers for Holyrood as part

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of Brexit but Nicola Sturgeon accuses them of

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As a funding boost is announced for mental health services,

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we speak to one woman who felt let down by the NHS.

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I genuinely think if I did not get that help at the age of 16, I would

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be drowning now. Also on the programme -

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Criticism of the way the NHS and police treat victims

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of sexual assault. And Morton boss Jim Duffy admits

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he was embarrassed by his actions after last night's touchline bust up

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with Hibs manager Neil Lennon. The First Minister says

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the Westminster Government is planning a "power grab" -

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with its plans to move thousands of pieces of European Union law

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onto the UK statute book, UK ministers say the changes

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will include significant new powers But first our political

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correspondent Nick Eardley reports from Westminster on what the bill

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might mean for Scotland... A quieter Westminster today,

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parliament moving on from yesterday's moment of history. Focus

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switching to how Brexit woodwork. Deconstructing the media village is

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swift, but dismantling the rule of EU law is far more complicated.

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Today, part of the plan was published. The bill converting

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European law into domestic legislation. Now is the time to come

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together in ensuring the UK as a whole is prepared for challenges and

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opportunities presented by our exit from the EU. So, what is he

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planning? Under the bill, thousands of laws would be created, Scottish

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ministers get power to amend the bold legislation, the UK Government

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says a number of powers will come to Holyrood from Brussels, but some may

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go to Westminster. Ministers say that it is necessary to protect

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stability. My preference is more devolution rather than less. That's

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my viewpoint. The constraint on that, however, is weighed has a

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direct affect on the whole United Kingdom's interest. It has not

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convinced the SNP. It strikes me that the government has pushed the

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big red button marked Brexit, with their fingers crossed and very

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little idea of what comes next. Will the bill require legislative consent

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motion is? Yes or no? At this stage, we don't know, we do not know the

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finality is. It was accompanied by a warning that the government may not

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be ready. It is a huge problem, people walked into this with their

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eyes closed. I do not think ministers really know what the

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outcome is going to be. Nobody knows. Parliament breaks for Easter

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recess tonight but when it returns, questions continue. It is clear that

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this bit of legislation is one of the most complex Westminster will

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ever consider. Those questions, concerns and complaints will not be

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in short supply. The Brexit journey is underway but our route to the

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UK's final destination outside of the EU, there will be many twists

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and turns. Our Westminster Correspondent David

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Porter joins me now. David - just how complex

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is this process? The short answer is that it will be

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very complex. For more than 40 years, many of the laws that govern

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our everyday lives, from working conditions, social provision,

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consumer rights, to things like agriculture and fishing, they've not

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emanated from this place behind me but from Brussels. With Brexit, that

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all change. Laws have to come back to the UK. In principle, that sounds

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quite simple. The practicality of it is that it is going to be enormously

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complex. Literally thousands and thousands of pieces of legislation,

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which have been passed by Brussels over the years, will have to be

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codified into UK law. There must be some potential here for what some

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might be calling it a political mischiefmaking? Without a shadow of

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a doubt. This bill will not be Colossus, it will be extremely

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detailed and extremely lengthy. There is potential for a quagmire in

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it. To put it bluntly, if there are some MPs who want to cut it rough,

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the bill going through Parliament will give them an opportunity. They

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can delay it and can threaten to delay it. If they have gripes about

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Brexit or anything else, they will be able to use the legislation to

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try and settle some scores. Theresa May only has a small Commons

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majority. A vast amount of her time is going to be taken up with the

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Brexit negotiations. If she or her ministers take the eye off the ball,

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they may find that here at Westminster that the repeal Bill is

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actually a bit of a problem for them. David, thank you.

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To Holyrood now - where the First Minister accused

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the Conservatives of planning a "power grab".

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Nicola Sturgeon says EU control over major issues -

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such as agriculture and fisheries - should be fully returned

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to Holyrood - because they are already devolved issues.

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And the Scottish Government has hinted it might seek

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to thwart the Repeal Bill, unless it gets guarantees

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This from our political editor Brian Taylor...

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Starring at. Leaders put rivalry aside for a charity appeal. But

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there are recipes for Scotland's future remain very different. Nicola

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Sturgeon says that EU powers over devolved issues like agriculture

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should come straight to Holyrood, not Westminster. Talk about UK

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Common framework leaves her suspicious. Those powers should

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automatically come to this chamber. But nobody in the UK Government, and

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I discussed it with the Prime Minister on Monday, nobody on the

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Conservative benches will give that guarantee. That leads me to suspect

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that what the Tories are actually planning is a power grab on this

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Parliament. Holyrood may be asked to consent to the Great Repeal Bill.

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Ministers say that they need a guarantee first. The Tories say the

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SNP will hand power back to Brussels, and dismissed talk of

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thwarting the bill. I think it is nuts, there's a widespread view

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across Scotland now that Brexit is a real process and one we now to

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achieve from it, the possible future for Scotland as part of the UK

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outside of the EU and I think that the public see people playing games

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in which would ultimately be be settle in jobs, livelihoods and

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dependent futures. The next step? Nicola Sturgeon

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formally demands powers to hold an independence referendum within two

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years. The UK response? No. And Brian joins us

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now from Holyrood. Could Holyrood really try to thwart

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the repeal Bill? We are not yet at that stage but we could get down the

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road. You heard David Davis said that he does not know if it would

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require a legislative motion here, ministers are demanding clarity on

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that point but Scottish ministers are suspicious, they pointed to the

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White Paper issues today and in particular to section 4.2, if you

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want to look it up. It speaks of an overarching situation across the UK

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as a whole with regard to agriculture and fisheries. Ministers

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say to relax, it is a common-sense way of making sure things work

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across the UK as a whole. Scottish ministers are remaining suspicious

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but there are other points with regards to the business of whether

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Holyrood could thwart it. If there is to be a consent motion here, as

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things stand, ministers are indicating they are not satisfied

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things stand, ministers are with the approach set out. In the

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White Paper they are waiting for the details. They want talks. We know

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from the Supreme Court judgment, in an earlier phase of this, it's a

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remarkable story a convention that Holyrood has to be consulted and

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that has to be acknowledged. But it is only a convention, it isn't

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legally binding. There is much more to come in this yet. Brian, thank

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you. A new vision for mental health

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provision in Scotland has been laid The long delayed strategy sets out

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plans to see specialist staff in emergency rooms,

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GP surgeries and prisons. There will also be a review

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of provision in schools. But some organisations say it lacks

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ambition - and funds. Here's our health

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correspondent, Lisa Summers. Overall, what did you make of the

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strategy? I thought there were a couple of things missing. First,

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there was no mention of black and minority ethnic people in terms of

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vulnerable groups. This woman began to experience mental health issues

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at the age of 13. Half of all mental health problems begin in childhood.

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It was a long wait for NHS counselling, so found help through a

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charity. I had a lot of anxiety, which I think I've always had. I

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cannot remember not having it, I still have it. I had very low moods.

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What I now know is depression, but at the time didn't know that. The

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government says it wants parity between mental and physical health.

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But the mental health Minister acknowledges that only one in three

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people who would benefit from treatment is actually getting it at

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the moment. There has also been a great deal of criticism about missed

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waiting time targets. For children and young people getting access to

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specialist counsellors. We want to creative Scotland where stigma

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related to mental health is eradicated. The strategy was

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presented to Parliament this afternoon. The mental health

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Minister said that she would implement 40 actions, including

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employing 800 specially trained staff, a review of counselling

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services in schools, and a clinical framework for mental health. This is

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the sort of thing the government is investing in. Earlier today, the

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Minister visited a weekly drop-in centre, a hub for a lot of mental

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health services. Prevention and early intervention are the

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priorities. You see for the first time over ?1 billion being spent on

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mental health services. There is already 150 million in place, and

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the First Minister recently announced an extra ?35 million. What

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we have committed to today is making sure that spending on mental health

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will increase above what is spent on the health service generally.

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Opposition parties and charities are concerned the strategy lacks detail

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and ambition. Psychiatrists say that they are

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pleased with the vision to equate mental and physical health but are

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concerned about funding. 23% of the work done in health services

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surrounds mental health, yet just under 8% of the budget goes to

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mental health services. With 300 million, that brings us up

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to about 8%. So, we are still looking at a significant gap between

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the size of the problem and the size of the resources going into it. This

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woman has her own worries about how far the strategy will go, but as

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early intervention is key. It was vital. It has been a lot easier for

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me to know and understanding when I'm not OK and need to find help. I

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genuinely think if I did not get that help at the age of 16, I would

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be drowning now. Lisa Summers, reporting Scotland, Edinburgh.

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A doctor who mislead other medics about Pauline Cafferkey -

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a nurse who developed the Ebola virus - has been suspended

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Dr Hannah Ryan took Ms Cafferkey's temperature at Heathrow Airport

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on returning from West Africa, where they had volunteered to help.

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But despite a high temperature - a warning sign of the virus -

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Dr Ryan agreed to a lower value being recorded.

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The Medical Practitioners Tribunal said she was guilty

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The Health Secretary has refused to ban mesh implant

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Shona Robison says the Government's suspension of the routine use

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of mesh implants will be lifted, but that health boards must inform

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Ms Robison says it's not within the power

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of the Scottish Government to ban the procedure.

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Opposition politicians accused her of betraying patients.

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Our political correspondent Lucy Adams joins us now.

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Well, 2.5 years ago, the Scottish Government announced a review into

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the safety of mesh implants. Thousands of women across Scotland

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have had mesh implant surgery, mainly to treat incontinence.

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Hundreds of them have suffered debilitating side-effects. The

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review group was set up, on Monday its final report was published. But

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by then, three of their members had resigned, claiming it is a

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whitewash. Today, opposition MSPs accused the Scottish Government of

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misleading and betraying the women who have suffered as a result of

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mesh implant surgery. At First Minister's Questions, the Scottish

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Labour leader Kezia Dugdale asked ministers why they would allow mesh

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to continue to be used? There's been a cover-up which is a national

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scandal. If a doctor told the First Minister, or someone that she loves,

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that they should have this procedure, would she go ahead with

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it? Nicola Sturgeon's answer is no. Or even if she is not sure, then

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surely she must ban this devastating and dangerous practice once and for

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all. Now, Shona Robison praised the tenacity of the women campaigners.

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She conceded she knows that they are unhappy with the final report but

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said that nothing has been destroyed. No evidence has been

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removed. And, it contains the most up-to-date clinical information. She

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said it means in future, health boards would have to run past

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patients all of the risk implied in potential mesh surgery, but that she

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cannot stop it from being used altogether. They would

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understandably have been disappointed with anything short of

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a complete ban on mesh from this report. But I do have to say that

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the Scottish Government and independent review never had the

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power to introduce a ban on mesh. As I said in my statement, the power

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only lies with the NHRA, the UK regulatory body, and they have

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chosen not to do so -- MHRA. Her predecessor, the Health Secretary

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who set up the group in the first place, said today there needs to be

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an investigation into what happened. Shona Robinson said that they will

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look at the process but they will not reopen the process. Or change

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the conclusions. He said in that case, potentially it is not worth

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the paper it is written on. So, for some clinicians, that might be

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something which is fine as this goes forward but for the women

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campaigners, it is not something that they will accept. Lucy, thank

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you. You're watching BBC

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Reporting Scotland. The UK Government promises more

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powers for Holyrood as part of Brexit but Nicola Sturgeon

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accuses them of Highlands and Islands

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Enterprise is to remain The managers of Hibernian and Morton

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are likely to be in trouble with the football authorities,

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after a fracas involving them and some of their players,

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during their match at Tempers frayed after an incident

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on the pitch late in the game. Both managers - Neil Lennon of Hibs

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and Morton's Jim Duffy - became involved, and as you'll see

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they had to be kept apart. Our sport reporter David Currie

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is here to talk about it all. That's certainly one

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and a common one but not long after their sport managers would

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eventually be sent to the stand and were reported to the Scottish

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football Association. Neil Lennon claimed he was standing up for his

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player and that Jim Duffy challenged him to ask where ago. To translate

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that is a fight. Jim Duffy denies this but admits to being embarrassed

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by his behaviour are describing it as immature and apologising. Neil

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Lennon has not withdrawn the accusation and has not apologised.

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So what happens next? Both managers can expect to be contacted by the

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SFA compliance officer and it is likely they will both be banned from

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the touchline for a number of matches. Jim Duffy in what seems to

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be an advanced plea in mitigation it says in his long career, almost 30

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years as a manager, this is his first offence. Neil Lennon is no

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stranger, you can recall perhaps when he was Celtic manager getting

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involved in things with Ally McCoist which ended up resulting in a

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political summit to tackle behaviour at old firm matches. The fallout

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from this is unlikely to be as far reaching. Thank you, to be

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continued. The crew of an Indian ship stranded

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in Aberdeen is taking legal The Malaviya seven was detained

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last year, amid claims A writ was served yesterday,

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which prevents the vessel If the crew's claims aren't settled,

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it could be sold off. 36 men are claiming thousands

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of pounds in unpaid wages. The way victims of sexual assault

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are treated by the NHS and police after making a complaint has

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been strongly criticised The Inspector of Constabulary says

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services offered to some victims are "unacceptable", and lag

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behind the rest of the UK. Our Home Affairs Correspondent,

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Reevel Alderson reports. This clinic in Glasgow is regarded

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as a model for the treatment of victims of sexual crimes. They

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receive professional clear here while forensic medical examiners

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gather evidence to put before a court. But it's the only one of its

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kind in Scotland and is not always available at night or weekend 's.

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The Inspector of Constabulary says this gives a two tier system whilst

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elsewhere in Scotland the service offered is described as

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unacceptable. There should be one examination able to address any

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immediate clinical needs and retrieve any forensic evidence but

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more importantly that care pathway and actually intervene to meet the

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wider counselling and follow-up care that an individual might need. The

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report says the priority in medical forensic examinations should be to

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address the immediate medical needs of patients and also their ultimate

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recovery. The gathering of evidence for future criminal proceedings

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should be a second consideration. But the report also says most

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forensic medical examinations in Scotland take place in police

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stations which it says rarely have discreet access and are much more

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difficult to keep forensically sterile. It goes on to say that

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Scotland is lagging behind the rest of the UK in dealing with sexual

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assault victims. In England there are 43 sexual assault referral

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centres. In Wales four where victims are treated what evidence is

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retrieved. But in Scotland only one, the report says the government

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should provide more. This former senior Detective wrote a report four

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years ago making similar recommendations. Victims need to

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have faith in the process from end to end and if that includes a

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medical examination it should be done sensitively and a appropriately

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and with specialist, highly trained and skilled professionals. The

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Scottish Government says it is committed to improving services to

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meet the needs of victims, it has announced an expert group to do that

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with new standards being published by the end of the year.

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Transport Scotland has published a list of the busiest

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The data compiled over a six-month period shows the busiest services,

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and worst-affected points along each route.

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Top of the list is the 17:21 train from Edinburgh

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to Glasgow Central via Shotts, which was found to run at almost

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Transport Scotland said the information would help ScotRail

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to "improve passenger experiences" and make the best use

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A new warning system is being installed in Newton Stewart,

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in an attempt to alleviate the effects of flooding there.

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The scheme uses real-time forecasting models to predict

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problems, before alerting hundreds of homes and businesses

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Residents will have to sign up to receive the warnings.

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The town in Dumfries and Galloway suffered its worst flooding in half

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The Scottish Government is altering its plans to amalgamate

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the boards of Scotland's two enterprise and skills agencies.

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It means Highlands and Islands Enterprise will remain in charge

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of its own affairs - but there will be what's described

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as a "new strategic board" co-ordinating their activities

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alongside other similar organisations.

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Our reporter Craig Anderson joins us now from the headquarters

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of the Highland Enterprise body in Inverness.

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I would say it's a partial U-turn because there are going to be two

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sets of boards, if you look back to 1965 the reason for this controversy

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was that back then it was set up to specifically target the particular

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problems of the Highlands and Islands, depopulation, lack of

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infrastructure and investment. People would say it has done a

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pretty good job at doing that, but the fear was that control was going

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to be taken away and given to this overarching board which had

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responsibility for all the enterprise and skills agencies in

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Scotland. So now with this new structure what some of the

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government 's opponents are saying is that this is a U-turn but also

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because of the new structure they are asking who is in charge. If they

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have to conform to a Scotland wide delivery plan purpose and vision how

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does this allow for local accountability and decision making?

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Can I therefore ask you is the boss? I have said the board will remain as

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it is and have the powers it currently has, it will not be

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second-guessed, it will continue to take the decision making it has had

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up until now. Why anyone would object to our main enterprise and

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skills agencies collaborating and aligning for the greater purpose of

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improving performance I don't know. Critics of the original plan say it

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is part of decentralisation agenda by the SNP and pointed to the fact

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the control rooms of the police and fire for example had been taken away

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from the Highlands and located in the central belt. The enterprise

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Secretary may have thought perhaps he has headed off his critics at the

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pass with this compromise as he would seat, a fudge perhaps to

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others. This is the way it will be, two different boards, one

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overarching and each agency will have its own independent board.

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That's the way it's going to be. We'll all the shouting be over?

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Perhaps not, there may be more to come. Thank you.

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Shereen can tell us what is coming up on tonight's Timeline...

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You will hear from two cyber wars of the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and

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take a look at the new law on revenge pawn which could see people

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locked up for five years. Plus we visit the Aberdeenshire chav day

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visiting traumatised soldiers which is won a major award. And we will

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talk to the actor David Hayman. Bit of everything Sally! Best of the

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weather in the north-east, 18 degrees, blue skies but denied rain

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is on the way, you can see the chart, the rain edging its way

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north, reaching Inverness around midnight, eventually for all of us

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are cloudy and wet night. Staying dry probably for the Northern Isles

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but misty and murky at times and mild for all, temperatures no lower

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than eight or nine Celsius. It does mean tomorrow gets off to a rather

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cloudy and wet start with a further spell of rain edging its way from

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the south, heavy across western parts, the further east the wet

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weather not quite as heavy but eventually meet grossed out the back

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that that that. Things drying from the South as the rain continues to

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ship north, temperatures 12, 13 at best, the rain, hopefully the

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Western Isles staying dry but close best, the rain, hopefully the

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for comfort, still quite wet to the far north and Orkney and eventually

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the heavy rain reaching Shetland. The rest of the afternoon into the

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evening the rain clears away from the mainland, bright spells around

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and then showers, Saturday is the 1st of April, hefty showers at

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times, they could appear almost anywhere and with them sons sunshine

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and starting to feel a bit fresher. This weekend Sunday is the better

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day, dry and bright and spells sunshine and the wind from the site

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waist size of ten to 12. Let's take a quick look at next week, outbreaks

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of rain, high pressure in the Atlantic and that will muscle its

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way inside, settling down, dry, bright, sunshine and rather

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pleasant. That's the forecast burn-out!

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That's Reporting Scotland burn-out, until the later bulletins, have a

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good evening, by. Frank Meehan is 93 and enjoying his

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retirement in Helensburgh, That's nine Presidents you've worked

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for? Yeah, that's right. Gosh.

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