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tomorrow's talks when he will try to persuade Russia to end its support

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of Syria's President. the crisis in care provision caused

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by a shortage of workers This is something happening all over

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Scotland, all over England as well. Also on the programme,

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We get a look at the giant ship that's going to lift almost

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an entire oil platform The remarkable story

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of a family torn apart in the 1950s and the years

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they spent trying How the country's

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biggest lottery winners are helping to transform

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Partick Thistle's future. but it still only came second

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in a UK-wide survey. The shortage of carers in Scotland

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is reaching crisis point. The organisations that represents

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independent care providers says nine out of ten of its members

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cannot fill vacancies. It comes on the day figures

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from England showed 900 social-care workers there

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leave their jobs every day. Our health correspondent

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Lisa Summers has been to meet a couple from East Lothian

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who are struggling to cope. OK? I will put baby here, you are

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OK. Mary Turnbull and 78. The former schoolteacher was diagnosed with

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dementia five years ago. Mary was the strong one in the

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family, the homemaker, the provider, the person that did all the cooking.

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Now the roles are reversed, Mary, there is some biddy waiting to see

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you. But it is certainly isolated, you have nobody else to talk to. The

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buck stops with me, basically. Who is this? Me with my hands in my

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pockets... Her husband does have some care in place for his wife, but

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despite offering to top up wages, he cannot get the help he needs. The

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fact that I have lost a lot of care during the week means that I am

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doing a lot of the caring, in the evening, for example, seven days a

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week. I have to take upstairs, undresser, put her in her pyjamas,

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put her to bed. Scottish Cares say nine out of ten of their members

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report struggling to recruit staff. They say care homes have been forced

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to close with the same problems in the community too. If you can earn

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?1 50 more down the road with a supermarket, compared to the really

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challenging and difficult experience of caring for somebody, however

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rewarding that is, many people have to pay mortgages, and with bills

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rising, giving up their job of care in order to earn a living. The

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Government says it has try to encourage people into the care

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industry by introducing the living wage, but it feeds into a bigger

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picture of problems with the integration of health and social

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care. For example, there are still too many people unable to get home

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from hospital, simply because care packages are not there for them.

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Michael says the care they do receive is invaluable. He gets

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much-needed respite, and that allows him to enjoy the time he spends with

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Mary. The Scottish Football Association

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is urging victims of child sexual abuse to get in touch,

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following BBC Scotland's latest revelations about

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the issue within the game. A number of former youth players

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made harrowing claims of abuse in last night's documentary,

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The Ugly Side Of The Beautiful Game. Well, Jackie, it is properly worth

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reminding ourselves of what the Well, Jackie, it is properly worth

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documentary was all about, allegations about the former Celtic

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boys club coach, among others, Gordon Neely, who was a coach at

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Hibs. He died in 2014, but this is an except from last night's

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programme, one alleged victim, his account of what happened to him.

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There was a massage table in the room, and a cabinet on the wall,

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which I vividly remember, and he would start to rub my legs, and he

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would progress from that to the point where I was getting raped. How

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many times did he do this to you? I can't be 100% sure, but it was at

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least eight to ten times. John Cleland talking to our reporter

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there. In terms of responses from the Scottish FA, Police Scotland,

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the NSPCC, all along very similar lines, the SFA say they are waiting

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the findings of an independent review into allegations of historic

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child sexual abuse in football. Lee Scotland have urged victims to come

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forward, although we understand they have launched a fresh investigation

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into the allegations. -- police Scotland. There is also a hope that

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last night's documentary will encourage other victims to come

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forward. I think last night's programme is the tip of the iceberg,

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I think it just scratched the surface. I think there is going to

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be a lot of others coming forward, and I think after last night,

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definitely I would expect to get more phone calls. So what happens

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next? We await the outcome of this independent inquiry, I am told in

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months rather than weeks, but I have spoken to quite a number of people

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in the game today, and they say this is just a start, and they believe

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there are many more revelations to come.

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A gymnastics coach who represented Scotland in the 2010

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Commonwealth Games is to stand trial on six sex charges

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25-year-old Ryan McKee from Kinning Park in Glasgow

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is alleged to have engaged in sexual activity

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with the girls, who were 14 and 15 at the time.

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The offences are alleged to have taken place

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Mr McKee denies the charges and is due to stand trial in August.

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College lecturers across Scotland have voted to take strike

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action in a dispute over variations in pay between different

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A deal to settle a strike last year was intended to resolve the issue,

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Decommissioning one of the most important oilfields in the North Sea

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not just the scale of the job but the impact on the environment.

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Plans for the famous Brent field, which include leaving the legs

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of the platforms in the sea, has angered environmentalists.

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However, the first platform is about to be taken apart,

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and it's a job for the world's biggest construction vessel,

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We are in Rotterdam, the largest harbour in Europe Kara and currently

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docked here is the Pioneering Spirit. This ship is huge, the

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length of six jumbo jets, and by many measures this is the largest

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vessel in the world, and it will soon had out into the North Sea to

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undertake an incredibly complex bit of engineering work, the lifting of

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the top side of a platform in the Brent field, the Brent Delta. We

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have now made our way onto the Pioneering Spirit, and with me is

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Alistair Hope from Shell. Why did you decide to lift the top side in

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its entirety? It is fundamentally a safer and more efficient way to lift

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these big, complicated platforms, nearly 40 years old, they have been

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modified and changed a lot over the years. So being able to lift them in

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one piece, bring them on shore to dismantle them in a much more

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controlled way, it saves a lot of risk and is fundamentally cheaper as

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well. Some environmental groups are concerned about the wider proposals

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for the rest of the Brent field, they fear that Shell may be in

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breach of international law, that must be a blow for you. We are very

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grateful to all the groups who have contributed, and we will respond to

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all the comments appropriately, and sits down and share more insight and

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knowledge with whoever needs to, where appropriate, so that is the

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whole idea of public consultation, you get comments. That we will

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always comply with the law. Thank you very much for that. So this

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project ten years in the planning, another ten years to go until the

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actual lift itself. The key moment, as Brent Delta is lifted off its

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lakes, that will take all of ten seconds, and it is due to take place

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in just a few weeks' time. It's the remarkable story of a large

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family from Greenock torn apart when the children were removed

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from the family home in the 1950s, and their efforts

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to find each other again. Tonight a BBC documentary tells

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the story of the family and their quest to track down

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all the brothers and sisters, who were fostered, adopted

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and put into children's homes Our reporter Aileen Clarke

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has had a preview. We were removed in 1956 from the

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family home. Because of the state we were in, health-wise, it was quite

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horrific. The only thing was that they didn't want us. But as I got

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older and learned all the different things, it was through being poor

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that they lost us. The cruelty is a polite word. The former's wife hated

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us. When this woman beat you, it was with anything she could pick up, a

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broom handle, a branch of a tree, an iron bar. I don't see myself as an

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adult, I see myself as that child, struggling to either live or die.

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Are you going to let me see this? There have been hard times for many

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of them, but Bernard and Ian are very proud of their extensive family

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tree. Realising you are part of a big family, though, for Ian, who

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thought he had no siblings, has taken a bit of getting used to, and

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he said the documentary helped. With making the documentary, we were

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sitting in interview after interview and saying things that you possibly

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wouldn't talk about, it was getting very personal, very intimate. And

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yet, when we were finished the interview, we'd all get together,

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and we were able to talk together, so we actually got to know each

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other very well over that period of time. With all clicked together, we

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didn't sit in silence, looking at each other, we could all talk. I

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can't get rid of him! Ian's introduction to his family

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came when his brother George, who'd been searching for decades, found

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him. The doorbell went, I went up to

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him. answer the door, and there is a man

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standing there, more or less the same age as me. He said to me, I'm

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George. And there was my brother standing there, and it was as if

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we'd known each other for 60 years, it was no difference, it was just

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George. This is what he wanted, he wanted to find everybody. Have a

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good toast, then! George has now died, but the documentary follows

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the search for the two brothers he hadn't found. Aileen Clarke,

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Reporting Scotland. And you can see more of the Clark

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family's story in A Family Divided on BBC Two Scotland tonight

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at nine o'clock. A huge dump of illegal waste

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on the outskirst of Glasgow is being blamed for an infestation

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of flies in the area. Residents of Newton Mearns who want

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the the rubbish removed were told as it's being treated

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as a crime scene. Our reporter Rebecca Curran

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is there. Well, Jackie, both the local council

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and the Scottish environment protection agency said tackling this

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is you is their top priority. The local authority was made aware of

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issues at this site at the end of last month, they say, but residents

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I've spoken to today say they were noticing a fly infestation in the

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area some time before that. Now, none of them wanted to go on camera

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today, but they told me that at times there were swarms of 30 or 40

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flies in their home. Some have been times there were swarms of 30 or 40

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making their own nets to put over windows and doors, and others have

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reported feeling unwell. Now, the problem lies on the land behind

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reported feeling unwell. Now, the these gates. What we now know is

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that a large amount of illegal waste was dumped here. Sepa cannot confirm

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what it is but say that due to the volume and variety of it, it will

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take some time to remove it. I spoke with East Renfrewshire Council a

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little earlier, and they had an update on what that operation might

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get under way. We are hopeful it will commence tomorrow morning, if

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not, very soon after, in conjunction with perhaps some pest control

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activity to try and limit any release of flies. But it could take

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several days, it just depends on how quickly the material can be moved.

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Sepa say they have devoted considerable resources to getting

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this site cleaned up safely and catching those responsible. This is

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now a criminal investigation. A representative of the landowner, who

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hopes to demolish this site and build a retirement village, say it

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was leased to a third party at the time. Now, authorities have thanked

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the local community here for their patience, but having spoken to many

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of them today, it seems that that patience is quickly running out.

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Rebecca, thank you. You're watching BBC

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Reporting Scotland. The shortage of carers in Scotland

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is reaching crisis point, as care providers say they're

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struggling to fill vacancies Ashot in the arm for the Jags as two

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well-known benefactors back a purpose built training ground

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for Partick Thistle. In just over three weeks' time,

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we'll be going to the polls Councils have faced years of tight

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budgets and face huge challenges deciding just what local services

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are needed and how Between now and polling

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day, we'll be hearing about the issues around the country

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and what the parties are proposing. Our local government correspondent

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Jamie McIvor Well, we all use council

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services in one way or another, even if we may

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not always realise it. Scotland has 32 councils and we'll

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be electing more than 1,200 We're all represented by three

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or four councillors, and the days when councils could be dominated

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by one individual party are gone. Usually, coalitions are formed

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or deals are done between councillors from

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rival parties. At the moment, the SNP has more

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councillors across Scotland but Labour is in the driving

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seat in more councils. While in the Highlands

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and Islands and the Borders, councillors who aren't aligned

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to national parties play a big role. But just how do councils

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affect everyday life? Earlier today, I visited

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Balloch, by Loch Lomond. Bins, roads, street lights. This is

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the reality of local government, services which can often be taken

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for granted unless changes or perceived inned a request sees

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provoke debate. With the national debate, dominated by Brexit and the

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possibility of a second independence referendum, will people here be

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thinking of local issues when they vote? Local issues are important for

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a council election, national politics lies on top of that. You

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can't get one without the other. The local government is there for the

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local government. It shouldn't be impacted by what these wider

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constitution Aleppo tension issues. When it comes to Brexit and

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everything like that. That's much more important. Arguably, the most

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important service run by councils is education. The government is

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councils should have over Scholes. councils should have over Scholes.

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-- schools. This library does more than lend books. It now hosts a

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cancer charity drop-in centre. An example of how a council service can

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work with others. The people we elect next month have

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important responsibilities. Voting is simple -

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you rank the candidates and you can vote for as many

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or as few as you want. But if you aren't registered

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to vote, you'll need to be quick. You have until next

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Monday to register. So the Scottish Green

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Party is the first to launch a manifesto

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for this election. The party says they're

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determined to put power back in the hands of the people

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and they're also campaigning Here's our political

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correspondent, Andrew Kerr,. The party gathered by Glasgow Green

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for this manifesto launch, they claim it's their biggest council

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election campaign with their membership received a boost after

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the 2014 independence referendum. Our focus is to put power back in

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people's hands we need a reenergised local democracy in Scotland.

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Currently, people don't have enough of a say over the things that affect

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their lives, decisions are taken be remotely to them, far away from

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them. We want to change that. With that theme of pitting power back in

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people's hands, they are wanting to prioritise the protection of public

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services, such as schools and social care. The manifesto commits

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councillors to, among other policies:

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The Greens hope voters will focus on local issues in this council

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election campaign, but national politics will surely play a very

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significant role. The party's played a pivotal part in pushing for a

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second independence referendum, supporting the SNP. Could they be in

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danger of being squeezed in this election as their pro-independence

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supporters gravitate towards the SNP? I think the political parties

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that are trying to turn a local council election into it a test of

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opinion on national issues should be ashamed of themselves. They are

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effectively saying that local services don't matter. They seem not

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to even understand what the job of a local councillor is. The power is

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indeed in your hands as voters decide on their own priorities in

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this campaign. You'll find details

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about your councils, including the names of candidates,

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on our website. A ceremony in Glasgow has honoured

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a soldier who sacrificed his life Lieutenant Donald Mackintosh was 21

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when he led a company of men He was wounded as they advanced

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on an enemy trench, but despite that he encouraged

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his men to continue the attack. He later died and was

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posthumously awarded He was just a supreme example of

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what the human spirit is and all those who fought with him and died

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with him found they were enabled to do in the most appalling conditions

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of battle. "One of the biggest days in

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Partick Thistle's 140 year history." That's what the Partick Thistle

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managing director calls the news that the Jags

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are to have their own It'll cost ?4 million,

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the plans aren't even drawn up yet, and it's all thanks to two

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well-known benefactors, Mrent plenty to smile about in the

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Partick dug-out, as if they have a new training club. How big a day is

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this in the history of the football club? One of the biggest. Without a

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doubt. It's a question we won't know we will be able to benefit until we

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have seen the training facilities for the nexting 20, 25 years. Tran

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formational is the best way to describe it. Sglm how does a club of

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a turnover of under ?3.5 million and a of proit of ?2 UN had00,000 build

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a bespoke training academy? Thanks to Colin and Chris Weir they will

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build it and lease it back. Sometimes these facilities have

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things running and we need somewhere else to train. This weekend it's

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holiday weekend and we have to find somewhere else. It's difficult to

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do. It will solve all the problems. For the players, to have that base

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it will give the club an identity, I think. As everyone who tried to buy

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a house in the West End of Glasgow will tell you, property and land are

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very expensive. Don't expect the new training facility to pop-up anywhere

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near Firhill when it's built. For a club who almost went out of business

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20 years ago and have secured their first top six finish in Scotland's

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top division since 1981 their future could scarcely look any better.

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Five Scottish landscapes figure in a new survey of the top

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But - whisper it - the ultimate accolade went not

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to a dramatic Highland vista, but to the panorama seen

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Scotland's scenery is what brings so many visitors here.

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So Craig Anderson asks - what's in a view?

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So the view from Snowdon is better than anything Scotland has to offer,

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is it? Let us nail it first of all. Made more people will have seen the

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view from the top of Snowdon because you can get a train up. Second in

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the national beauty contest, was the site of the Three Sisters, an area

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which offers breath taking vistas which ever way you look and in third

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place was Stonehenge. What do people look for in a view? It was a Xings

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of things like mountains, if there is water, if there is trees,

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anything like that makes a good view. Something that takes your

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breath away, you go - wow, look at that view. That make it is

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competition. Everyone has their own opinion of what makes a great view.

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Loch Ness was named sixth on the list, but of the 500 Scots quizzed

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on their preferences loch Lomond took top spot and Edinburgh Icals.

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Is there more pride in the local landscapes we know best? People are

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more likely to vote for views they are familiar with. The study found

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that the average British adult takes more than 1,000 pictures a year, now

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largely on smartphones. Most of those focus on landscapes and city

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views. We will all have our favourites, which one is yours will

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clearly depend on your perspective. Let's view the weather now. Thank

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you very much It's been a fairly cloudy, blustery day of weather

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across much of the country. We have had persistent and heavy rain

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affecting much of the north-west. This evening and tonight the rain

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will sink southwards through the likes of Argyll, the Glasgow area,

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much of the central belt, in fact, and in towards Dumfries and

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Galloway. For much of the east dry conditions with clear periods and

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just a scattering of showers. Staying windy tonight, particularly

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so across the western isles through the north-West Coast and Orkney with

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winds touching gale force here at the north-West Coast and Orkney with

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times. With the conditions comes a relatively mild night. Tomorrow, we

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dawn with that rain across much of the south-west. That will clear

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fairly quickly to leave a day really of some bright or sunny spells and a

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scattering of showers, most of which will be across the north and another

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fairly breezy day. Come tomorrow afternoon across much of Dumfries

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and Galloway the Borders through Argyll and central belt and eastern

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Scotland it will be dry with spells of brightness and sunshine. Across

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the Western Isles towards the Northern Isles and Aberdeenshire

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will see a scattering of showers. Some bright or sunny spells in

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between the showers. Remaining very windy across the Western Isles

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north-West Coast, the wind will ease as we go through the evening.

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Another really quite raw feel and exposure to these wind. Tomorrow

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evening, the showers will gradually decay. A lot of dry weather as we

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head overnight with clear periods and the wind continuing to ease. For

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thurs, we have high pressure dominating across the south and

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east. For us though a weather front making in-roads as we through the

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day. After a dry start with sunshine, clouding over from the

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west with some showers or rain.

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