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

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A BBC investigation finds fresh allegations of child sex abuse

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at Celtic Boys Club in the 80s and 90s by the club's

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He must have had a reason for doing what he did but I don't know what

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his reasons were, do you know what I mean?

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We'll also reveal new claims about ex-Hibs

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and Rangers youth coach Gordon Neely.

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Also on the programme - environmentalists reject

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Shell's plans over how to decommission the Brent oil field.

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It's been called a game-changer in the fight against Aids -

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a drug which dramatically reduces the chances of HIV infection will be

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One of Scotland's most successful businessmen -

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And, a hero's welcome for Grand National winner One

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We can reveal fresh allegations in one of Scotland's most notorious

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cases of child sexual abuse. New alleged victims of the club's

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founder Jim Torbett have come forward claiming he sexually abused

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them during the 1980s and 90s. After he'd

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been removed for abusing players in a previous spell at the club -

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for which he was later jailed. Torbett denies the

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allegations against him. There are also new claims

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about ex-Hibs and Rangers Mark Daly's report contains

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descriptions of abuse claims which some viewers

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may find upsetting. For Kenny Campbell the feeling of

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pulling on a Celtic strip for the first time will remain with him

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forever. Best day of my life. One day you are at school, the next day

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I was like a rabbit in the headlights. Kenny had moved up to

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Celtic from the Celtic Boys Club where his manager and hero was Jim

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Torbett. He pushed the chief Celtic scout to get me signed. It was as if

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he had a hold over us. He must have had a reason for doing what he did

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but I don't know what his reasons were, know what I mean? Within a

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year of joining the boys club Kenny says he was sexually abused by

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Torbett. How many times did this happen? Time after time after time,

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that was just the start. Kenny says is abuse continued for up to four

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years even when he had signed for Celtic's Sinia taken but could it

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have been avoided? According to court reports and BBC sources

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corporate, Torbett's abuse was first brought to the attention of the

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Celtic hierarchy in 1974 when he was sacked by Jack Stephens of the then

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Celtic manager and honorary President of the boys club. But by

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1980 Torbett had been allowed back into the boys club amidst

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allegations of a cover-up explained in more detail into my's programme.

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When he was jailed in 1998 Torbett was convicted for offences only up

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to 1974. Kenny Campbell is the first person to speak about abuse during

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Torbett's second spell at the Boys Club and says he was angry Torbett

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was allowed to return. I feel angry. If they had never let him back in it

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would never have happened. He should never have been allowed in. It would

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never have happened to me. Through his lawyer Mr Torbett says he

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vehemently denies these completely false allegations. A spokesman for

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Celtic FC said the Boys Club was a separate and distinct organisation

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from Celtic football club. It was vital that justice was served at

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that time due to the extremely serious nature of this issue. These

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new allegations are brought to light by BBC Scotland's investigations

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unit which has been examining six abuse in football for the past six

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months. Jon Cleland played for Hutchison in Edinburgh in the early

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1980s, one of the coaches there was Gordon Neely. He said I looked like

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I had had an injury and put me over his knee and started to spank me and

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then he asked me to lean over a desk and that's when I was rates. Did you

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have any idea what was happening to you? I haven't a clue. At that age I

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hadn't a clue what was going on. -- sexually abused. You were 11? 11.

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Whilst the alleged abuse ended Jon Cleland's interest in football

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Gordon Neely who died in 2014 would go on to coach youths at the highest

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level of the Scottish game including at Hibs and Rangers where we have

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been told he also abused boys. A major Scottish FA inquiry is

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underway but the true scale of historical child abuse in football

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may never be known. Mark joins me in the studio. Let's go

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back to the case of Jim Torbett. We heard in the PC was jailed for child

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sexual abuse during his first spell at the club but what is significant

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our claims that have surfaced that he was allowed back and did it

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again. The timeline is very important here and it is

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complicated. Would try and explain it in full in the documentary but

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Jim Torbett had two spells at Celtic Boys Club, the first ended in 1974

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when the Celtic manager and Celtic Boys Club honorary President Jock

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Stein Stand is said to have kicked him out for abusing boys. Jim

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Torbett was jailed in 1998 for crimes committed during the 1960s

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and 1970s, including against a former Scotland international Alan

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Brazil but Torbett had a second spell at the boys club from 1980 and

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there are suggestions which we explore in more detail in the film

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tonight that he returned with the blessing of the Celtic board. The

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significance of the claims that we are hearing about it is that these

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allegedly took place in the 80s and 90s, Torbett's second spell and

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these men are speaking for the first time believe their alleged abuse

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could have been prevented. Give us an understanding of how widespread

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claims like these are within the game of football at the moment. Last

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November football was plunged into crisis in a series of allegations.

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These spreads to Scotland and there were claims about a number of

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coaches and scouts in this country. What we know is Police Scotland has

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had more than 130 complaints of abuse in this country. The Scottish

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Football Association has launched a major inquiry into the allegations

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which are programme shows spanned decades and I also understand Police

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Scotland is already looking into the fresh allegations concerning Jim

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Torbett so this is a story we are watching closely over the weeks and

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months to come. Thank you. Football Abuse - The Ugly Side

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of The Beautiful Game is on tonight at 10:40pm,

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here on BBC One Scotland. That is a change to tonight's

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schedule. environmentalists over its plans

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to decommission one Greenpeace is among eight

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organisations which argue proposals to leave the legs of the Brent

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platforms in the sea, A public consultation closes today

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and Shell says it will review Shell has spent the last ten years

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preparing their decommissioning programme for Brent and they say

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they have consulted experts, scientists and fishermen and leaving

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the legs at sea is the safest option. But environmental groups say

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the legs at sea is the safest their 3000 page document doesn't

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stack up and they have no choice but to reject the plan in its current

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form. 1995 and police accompanied by

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Sheriff officers board Brent Spar, it had been occupied by Greenpeace

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activists outraged at Shell's plans to sink the structure in the

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Atlantic Ocean. They are hammering the door and I can see torch lights

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but we have secured it in a good way. More than two decades on and

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the oil giant is facing a fresh decommissioning dispute, this time

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over its proposals for the Brent field. The plans in their current

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form don't allow international law to be upheld because it's not

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possible for regulators to really understand what the proposition is.

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We are not going to rule out oral indirect action on this or frankly

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any other campaigns because we don't talk about our campaign plans in

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detail in advance. What I can say is we will continue to monitor and

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watch and make sure international law is upheld and that Shell does

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the right thing in doing so. Shell submitted its latest plans to the UK

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Government in February, the first stage has already been approved

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Government in February, the first which will see a huge ship remove

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the top of the Delta platform in a single lift. After that, Shell wants

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to leave the 300,000 tonne concrete bases including the legs in the sea.

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The same process would be repeated to decommission the other three

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platforms. The safest option, the company says. The public

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consultation closes today. Environmentalists say there is no

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clear case for leaving the legs behind. What Shell need to do, like

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any other company, is make a clear case as to why they meet the strict

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criteria that allows them to go forward with the plan and leave

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material in the sea bed. In this case we do not believe there is a

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clear line of sight back to the evidence. It is not substantiated

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with facts and therefore it is difficult for any person to come to

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view whether or not Shell have made it clear case. Shell declined to be

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interviewed, but in a statement said they welcomed the feedback and will

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continue to review and respond to any comments. The company is

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determined to avoid bad publicity and embarrassments of the past. But

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what happens next will set a precedent for all North Sea

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decommissioning that will follow. The decommissioning of Brent is

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being watched very closely both here and around the world. Industry

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leaders estimate the sector will be and around the world. Industry

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worth around ?17 billion over the next decade, more than 100 platforms

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will be completely or partially removed and thousands of miles of

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pipeline decommissioned. But it will be weeks or months before UK

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Government ministers take their decision on Brent, a decision that

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will likely set the benchmark for the rest of the industry to follow.

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It has been described as a game changer in the fight against HIV,

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and from today a drug that dramatically reduces the chance

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of becoming infected will be funded by the NHS in Scotland.

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The Scottish Medicines Consortium has approved the use of PreP

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It becomes the first part of the UK to do so.

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Our Health Correspondent, Lisa Summers reports.

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Gordon Durie was always worried about HIV after living through the

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AIDS epidemic of the 80s and his self funds anti-HIV drugs but now he

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will get them on the NHS. It will make a huge difference because from

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a personal point of view being on this drug has given me reassurance,

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I don't have to worry about HIV anymore, my physical health is

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better, therefore my mental health is better so I can get on with my

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everyday life without worrying about HIV. I go to the gym more often, I

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take care of myself, I eat better, I've got a better social life and

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I've got a better worklife. Because I don't have to worry about HIV

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anymore. PrEP, known by the brand name Truvada, is already given to

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patients who have HIV and now the NHS in Scotland will fund it as a

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preventative measure. Around 1900 people, most at risk, will

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preventative measure. Around 1900 eligible for PrEP in Scotland and it

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will cost ?450 per person per month to fund and the Health Secretary

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says it will work hand-in-hand with other measures. What is important is

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we prevent infection and if you think about the cost of infection to

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the NHS that is far greater, and therefore this is a preventive

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measure alongside obviously reiterating safe sex message is that

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will help to prevent infection, save lives, and avoid that cost further

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down the line to the NHS. So protect yourself. HIV and AIDS are no longer

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the death sentence they used to be but an HIV diagnosis still means a

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lifetime on medication. Medics say this preventive use of PrEP could

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reduce the number of cases of HIV by up to 86%. We do lots of the

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prevention things like high blood pressure, statins, cardiac disease,

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I've already mentioned contraception as a way of preventing unwanted

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outcomes. The answer is prevention and it's the way forward, and

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absolutely the NHS is cash-strapped and I will say to you I hope the

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price of the medication is that we are going to be using for PrEP will

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come down fairly dramatically as we start to use them. For Gordon it's

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one pill a day for a lifetime free from worry about HIV. Lisa joins

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one pill a day for a lifetime free now from Edinburgh. There is also

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news about funding for a breast cancer drug today. That's right,

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PrEP wasn't the only drug approved by the SMC today and earlier today

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campaigners gathered here outside Parliament to celebrate after

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learning the life extending breast cancer drug Godzilla will also be

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available on the NHS, it's thought that it will extend life by roughly

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six to nine months -- Kadcyla. One of those that will benefit from the

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treatment is and McLean. I'd had chemotherapy in the past for primary

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disease and I know how horrible it can make you feel. Because now time

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disease and I know how horrible it is potentially limited it was

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important, well, it was nice to at least try a drug that hopefully does

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good and also gives me a good quality of life so that I can live

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life as normally as possible with my family and two boys.

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Lisa, the decisions over which drugs the NHS funds are often very

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difficult and often highly controversial.

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That's right. You can imagine the delight of it at the drugs being

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approved but often there is despair when drugs for other conditions are

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not approved by the SMC. The drugs bill is one of the biggest financial

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burdens to the NHS in Scotland. The 2014 - 15 there was an increase of

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?150 million on drugs, 10% increase in one year alone. While it is the

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job of the SMC to work out what is the best value for money for the

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NHS, perhaps the bigger question is how our already cash-strapped NHS

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boards going to fund these new treatments? Thank you for joining

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us. A reminder of the top story tonight.

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A BBC investigation finds fresh allegations of child sex abuse

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at Celtic Boys Club in the '80s and '90s by the club's

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Tributes have been paid to the motoring tycoon

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Sir Arnold Clark, who has died at the age of 89.

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He bought and sold his first car in the 1950s

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and his business went on to become the largest independent

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His family have described him as an "inspiration".

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Here's our business editor, Douglas Fraser

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With a post mar demob payment from the RAF, Arnold Clark bought a

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Morris and sold it for a profit. It was the start of something big. One

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reason was he had foresight and adaptability. We were under the one

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manufacture, called BL, they were not such a good company. I stayed

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with them, I would go down with them. So I decided to move. The

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first show room was in Glasgow 1954. Six decades later he had built up an

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empire in new and used cars and repairs and vehicle leasing. More

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than 200,000 cars sold a year. Turn over of more than ?3 billion. 200

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dealerships and that helped amass a family fortune of more than a

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billion pounds that. S. That helped back charities. Arnold Clark cars

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put the wheels under years of social change and that famous sticker has

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been on cars for generations of families. What price range were you

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interested in? He was quick to see the potential of financing

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customers. As car sales shifted to leasing, the company has remained at

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the forefront of change. He had ten children and in a statement the

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family said he was beloved, an inspiration and they will carry on

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his vision. An Aberdeen medical practice has

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apologised after personal e-mail addresses were sent to other

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patients in error by a pupil The incident happened at the Cove

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and Kincorth surgery after the pupil was asked

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to update their online A spokesperson says measures have

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been introduced to avoid Patients affected by the breach

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will receive an apology. Police say a 25-year-old man has

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been the victim of a serious sexual Officers describe the incident

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as a "terrifying ordeal" and say he was approached by another

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man who forced him to a nearby grassy area and subjected him

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to a serious sexual assault. The incident happened in the early

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hours of Sunday morning It is the oldest crossing taking

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travellers over-the-sea to Skye and it's back for the summer season

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after a makeover. It's the world's last sea-going

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manually operated turntable ferry, and Craig Anderson is in Glenelg

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to tell us, firstly - what is a manually

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operated turntable ferry? Well, the simple answer is it is a

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ferry, she behind me there, safely tied up for the night. A ferpy with

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a revolving car deck and the cars can drive on and the car deck is

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rotated around and they can drive off again. The manual bit? Well that

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means the crew actually have to spin it around by hand. Using their own

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muscle-power. There was a few of these ferries up and down the coast

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of Scotland. But this is the last one and that is what makes her a

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special boat. There has been a ferry on this route for centuries and the

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communities-owned ferry has been flying this since the 1970s. The

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tide can be treacherous, demanding a lot of skill. It has been recorded

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at 12 knots here and today it is quite a big tide. This morning when

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we started first trip was pretty hairy. Because you get a bit rusty

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for being off all winter. But we managed. After an ?80,000 refit, the

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ferry that can take up to six cars now has new electrics and a new

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wheel house. Now wind and water tight. As it is the last of its type

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in the world, there is pride in keeping her afloat. We had a turn

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over of ?200,000 a year last year and keeps the area, it draws people

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into the area. The economic impact of ferpy service is massive for this

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tiny remote community. We carry around 35,000 passengers every

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season. A huge percentage of these people wouldn't be accessing the Jr.

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Ing the area. The economic contribution is significant. The

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boat first took to the waters almost 50 years ago and this new

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refurbishment means she will continue to ply this route for many

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years to come. The building of Skye Bridge brought new life in fact to

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Skye and made a big difference for people who live on the island and

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around it. But you know there is still something romantic about

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sailing to Skye. Last year, was a bumper tourist season in this part

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of world and I'm sure the ferry operators hoping this year be as

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good. Thank you. The Scottish-trained horse who won

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the Grand National on Saturday has received hero's welcome back

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on home soil. One for Arthur was paraded in front

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of the crowds at Kelso races two days after he romped home to win one

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of the world's most There was some disappointment at

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Kelso races today. But mostly the mood was of celebration as the

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crowds greetedOne For Arthur, who mood was of celebration as the

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has become the first Scottish trained horse in nearly 40 years to

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win the Grand National. The owners still can't quite believe it. I

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never think he is going to win. But we are delighted. He is a horse of a

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lifetime. Do you registered wit an unusual name. The two golf widows.

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That was a tongue-in-cheek, because our other halves do golf all the

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time. So it was a bit of fun. One For Arthur is at the races, but not

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to compete. He is the gives of honour after Saturday's win he is

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enjoying a well-earned rest. One For Arthur's victory was an expensive

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day for the bookies. But for the lucky few members of public, it was

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a rewarding day. I got him at 33-1 after he won here at Kelso. I got on

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and backed him at 33-1. So that was nice. We backed donkeys! Backed two,

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both lost. What did you bet? Small bet. He has never told me yet! The

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last Scottish trained horse to win the Grand National was Rub Stick in

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1979. Maybe we won't have to wait so long for the next one. The strength

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of racing in Scotland is so much underestimated and I'm pleased and I

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hope it keeps racing in the news, because it deserves to. We are lucky

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and we have produced a Grand National winner from running around

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Scottish tracks. The celebrations continue and One For Arthur is

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already the favourite to win next year's Grand National. Well now

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something more unpredictable. The weather. Well, we have had some

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sunshine, some showers, some rain Bowes so far today but thicker cloud

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encroaching into the north-west. The best of sunshine has been in the

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south and east. Across the north-west that thicker cloud and

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rain piling into the Western Isles. Where we have the sunshine it was

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pleasant and across Stirling, this picture with blue skies. But the

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cloud will thicken tonight and the rain will be heaviest in the

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north-west Highlands and the Northern Isles. South of Glasgow and

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to the east dry we are clearer spells. And while the winds are

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strong in the Western Isles, for the Northern Isles and Shetland they

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will ease through the night. This will allow temperatures to fall to

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around one to two Celsius. Maybe even a touch of frost. For some

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sheltered glens in the east too cool conditions. Generally mild in towns

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and cities. The rain stays us with tomorrow in the north. Elsewhere

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cloudy conditions, but there will be some brighter spells in between. Any

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rain will be light. . Some strong winds coming in and in may be some

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bridge restrictions. By 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, cloudy and damp

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in the north-west. Trier in the east. The best of sunshine across

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Fife where temperatures could reach 14 Celsius. And drier to the south

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but breezy. The wind direction becomes more of a north-westerly and

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we will draw in cold air. So for Wednesday a few showers, some wintry

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over the wills. Hills. Strong winds in the north. Lighter to the south.

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Thank you. Now, a reminder of

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tonight's main news: Thousands of police officers line

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the streets of London for the funeral of PC Keith Palmer -

:26:52.:26:54.

who was murdered in And a BBC investigation finds fresh

:26:55.:26:57.

allegations of child sex abuse at Celtic Boys Club in the '80s

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and '90s by the club's I'll be back with the headlines

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

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on the team, have a good evening.

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Join Jackie Bird for the latest news headlines, and Glenn Campbell for a special debate with voters quizzing both sides on what the EU referendum means for Scotland.


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