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

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Tonight, on Reporting Scotland: Manchester bombing victim

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Eilidh MacLeod is laid to rest after a funeral on

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Also on the programme: Election campaigning resumes

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The armed police presence is doubled after events in London,

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amid claims Scottish police aren't properly prepared

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An inquiry starts into the death of Keane Wallis-Bennett,

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who died when a school wall fell on her.

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And Andy Murray cruises through to the quarter

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People in the island communities of Barra and Vatersay came together

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today for the funeral of teenager Eilidh MacLeod, one of the victims

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Friends and family heard how Eilidh packed "a lot

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A music lover, she travelled to the Ariana Grande concert

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with her friend Laura MacIntyre, who remains in hospital.

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Cameron Buttle is on Barra for us and joins us now.

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Cameron, a heartbreaking day for this small community.

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celebration of Eilidh's life and the wonderful person she was, and it was

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an opportunity to thank the island community that helped bring "Our

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darling girl" back to Barra. A small honour guard walked her to the

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hearse that took home for one last night her family. The McLeod family

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live in the shadow of the Church in Castlebay. The family gently carried

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up the hill. The piper played a well-known Gaelic song, a song that

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praises the beauty of a fair-haired Barra girl. Outside, mourners

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perched wherever they could. Adding extra ferries and flights to bring

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people here. Police estimate that around 1000 came to pay their

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respects. Inside, Eilidh's great-uncle pay tribute. In contrast

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to the hate that took her life, Eilidh's life was, and now stands

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as, a testament forever to the world, of love, of innocence,

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goodness, generosity, kindness, and faith. The priest who led the

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service said it was important to remember that Eilidh was a happy

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girl who had 14 happy years, and the last few were the happiest you could

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ever imagine. Eilidh was a bubbly, fun love going -- fun loving girl, a

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talented girl. She brought light wherever she went. When I met her, I

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sensed a positive, loving, happy girl. People were there to remember

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the tragic part of the decade that were cut away from a life, many

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felt, and so that the family could see that fellow feeling that

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everybody had, not just in the island, but in other islands and the

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mainland. As the cortege wound round the island, Eilidh was taken over

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the causeway to Battersea, where she moved to back years ago.

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-- Vatersay. It is perhaps best end with the words her family. We will

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always remember her as a truly beautiful girl inside and out,

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eternally young, loved by all, forever in our hearts. Cameron,

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thank you. The woman who called

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the general election - Theresa May - has spent much

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of the day in Scotland. But didn't meet many ordinary

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people, as election campaigning got under way again,

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following Saturday night's Policing and security have been

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the focus of much of the day's campaigning for all the parties,

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as John McManus reports. Early morning in bed as then, and

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time for coffee served by Lib Dem leader Tim Farron. -- Bearden. He

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also issued a wake-up call in the fight against terror. You're like me

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must do what works, and we know that backing our security servers with

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more resources, having more officers and letting them use the powers they

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already have is the most effective way of keeping Britain say. Cutting

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numbers is the surest way of keeping us less safe. After the Manchester

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attacks two weeks ago today, political campaigning was suspended

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for several days. Stronger for Scotland. Stronger for Scotland. But

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with just days to go before the polls open, parties are keen to

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crack on, and perhaps they are adjusting to the new normal. In

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Bishopbriggs, Nicola Sturgeon was flexing her muscles and calling for

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the publication of a long-awaited report into Britain's funding of

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extremists. There will be difficult discussions, which is true at home,

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but also overseas. The idea that the Government can commission a report

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like this and think it can keep it hidden in secret I think is an

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acceptable. Then up and away on the aerial campaign trail. Meanwhile,

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Theresa May was in Edinburgh, given a rousing welcome by Ruth Davidson.

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You can take your second referendum. We don't want it, we didn't ask for

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it... Later, in Kelso, she denied she had failed to keep the country

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safe as Home Secretary. We have seen the police and security services

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foiling a significant number of plots. As the threat evolves, we

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have enhanced the powers to deal with that and adapted the services

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to deal with that, which is exactly what we've done. In North Berwick,

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meanwhile, Labour were enjoying temporarily disarming their

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opponents. They say education is the key to tackling terror. There is no

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rationale for acts of terrorism like this, but we have to redouble our

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efforts to secure the country and tackle the root causes of extremism

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and we can only do that without global partners. Education, for

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example, how do we stop young men being radicalised like this. With

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four days to go, politicians will need those hard shells.

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So, just two days left of campaigning.

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I'm joined by Brian Taylor, our political editor. All the political

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leaders regard terrorism as loathsome and brutal. Nonetheless,

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we are a few days out from a general election vote on Thursday, so it is

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reasonable to have political debate around that, so all of the

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opposition parties, the Conservatives' rivals, drawing

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attention to cuts in police numbers south of the border. That is by

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contrast to the situation in in Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon says.

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Theresa May counter that by saying the counterterrorism force had been

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elided security with national identity saying that all four

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nations of the United Kingdom stood together in fighting terrorism.

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Really ... Even if it is embarrassing to some nations that

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are friends of the UK. Time to get the fundamental policies across to

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get those messages through. It is fundamental. It is the last couple

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of days of campaigning. Theresa May talking about trust. Whom do you

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trust, she said, to get the best deal on Brexit, her or Jeremy

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Corbyn. The activist gave a rousing cheer. She asked who people trust to

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stand up for our precious union full stop making a point between Brexit

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and the union. Nicola Sturgeon said the only way to start the Tories

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having a damaging impact on the Scottish economy is to vote SNP.

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Kezia Dugdale said only Labour and Jeremy Corbyn can oust Theresa May

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from Downing Street. In the same vein about this strategy and

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tactical point, Tim Farron, the Lib Dem leader, who was also in

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Scotland, saying the only alternative to a device SNP in

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Scotland was the Lib Dems, and he said that was true in many

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constituencies across the UK, that only the Lib Dems could counter the

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Conservatives. Let's return to the issue of security.

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Police Scotland say there are twice as many armed officers

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on the streets in the wake of events in London.

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The force has reacted angrily to claims that Scottish police,

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who don't routinely carry weapons, aren't properly prepared

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With more, here's our home affairs correspondent, Reevel Alderson.

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In the wake of the weekend London terror attack, there are twice as

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many armed officers on duty in Scotland today as on a normal day.

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This is despite senior officers insisting there is no intelligence

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of a specific threat here. The dead ends -- the events in London and

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Manchester have demonstrated that we... We have more than double the

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number of armed response vehicles on duty right across the country than

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we would on a normal day. That covers every area from Dumfries to

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Inverness, and everything in between. Everyone on the floor! Many

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of the officers to respond to the London attacker first one not armed,

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and one was stabbed in the face. The Scottish Government says it doesn't

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want to see routine arming of officers. When we look at tragic

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events that took place in other cities in Europe where there are on

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police... We want to work with local police and have local police

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officers gathering intelligence and feeding it into the processor that

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whether our concern is that they are identified and acted upon only. But

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unions say politicians should be answering the question, what should

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an armed officers do if faced with an armed terrorist? You expect a

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number of others to do one of three things - watch, runaway, or

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intervene and risk death, all three of which are unacceptable.

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Therefore, the only logical conclusion is that there is an

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absolute need to get to a situation where officers can arm themselves

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quickly if needed to defend themselves and others. This debate

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is a reaction to the terrible events of Saturday night in London, and

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other recent terror attacks. In many people's minds is the question of

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how to prevent radicalisation which perverts a religious ethos and leads

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to such outrages. Is it the job of mosques such as this one in Glasgow

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and leaders of the Muslim community? This human rights lawyer believes it

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is not as simple as that and that most involved in radical acts have

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little connection to the mosques where people worship. The other

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might be mosques have a role to play, quite clearly, as part of a

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partnership, but to put the responsibility at their door. -- V

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mosques have a role to play. ... As people fled, officers were going the

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other way. Police union say that must not be at the price of their

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lives. Meanwhile, the Scottish Football

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Association says fans will see increased security at this weekend's

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Scotland-England World Cup qualifying match at Hampden Park,

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including searches of bags and people, which may result

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in delays in entering the stadium. The gates will open earlier

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than originally planned. The SFA is also making a request

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to UEFA to observe a minute's silence prior to kick-off,

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in tribute to the victims of the You're watching BBC

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Reporting Scotland. A reminder of tonight's top story:

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Manchester bombing victim Eilidh MacLeod is laid to rest

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after a funeral on And still to come:

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World number one Andy Murray cruises through to the quarterfinals

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of the French Open. Three years after a 12-year-old girl

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was killed when a wall collapsed at her school in Edinburgh,

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a fatal accident inquiry has Keane Wallis-Bennett,

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a pupil at Liberton High, suffered fatal crushing injuries

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when the modesty wall in the PE Steven Godden reports on

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the opening day of the proceedings. It began as an ordinary school day,

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Keane Wallis-Bennett was changing for PE when a wall beside the

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changing room collapsed, crushing the 12-year-old to death. The

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lengthy investigation that followed concluded there should be no

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criminal charges. Instead, a fatal accident enquiry would examine what

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happened at the school and why. It began this morning. There is indeed

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a particular poignancy about this tragic event. This enquiry, of

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course, begins at a time when Keane's contemporaries, including

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her classmates, have recently been taking exams, and preparing to make

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their way in life. Keane's family arrived to hear the evidence. At one

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point, her mother leaving in tears. As photographs of the wall were

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shown on screen. Later, police statements from pupils that were in

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the changing room that day were read out. One girl said that wench leaned

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against the wall to take off her shoes, it started to tip. There was

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no sound of the wall cracking, the pupils said. The only sound came

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when it landed on the ground, largely intact. Another said that

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after noticing Keane's jacket, she then saw Keane herself through

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cracks in the wall. Other pupils tried to lift it up but it was too

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heavy. The enquiry also heard of a teacher's attempts to comfort Keane,

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telling her she would be OK, the ambulance is coming. Earlier,

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Detective Chief Inspector Keith Hardie said a number of pupils told

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police they had previously seen the wall move. Two claimed to have told

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teachers about their concerns, conversations the staff denied took

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place. Question further, DCI Hardie said there had been a lot of hearsay

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about what might have happened. And when asked when on the day of the

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tragedy he could answer the question why the wall fell, he replied no.

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The enquiry, which is expected to last two weeks, continues tomorrow.

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The judge in the fraud trial of the former owner

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of Rangers Football Club, Craig Whyte, has urged the jury

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to "keep cool heads", and take a long, hard look

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Mr Whyte is accused of acquiring Rangers by fraud in May 2011.

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He denies the charge, and a second charge under the Companies Act.

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Lady Stacey's comments came at the end of closing speeches.

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She said she will set out the verdicts available

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to the jury tomorrow, before sending them out.

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As we've been hearing, the Lib Dem leader Tim Farron

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is in Scotland today, but how are the Liberal

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The party is focussing most of its energy on just

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And in the last stop on his tour of the country,

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our political correspondent Nick Eardley joins us

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I had planned to say good evening from Saint Andrews, but you can

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probably see the weather has taken a turn for the worse. There wouldn't

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be a road trip here without one. Few parties were more excited

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about the prospect of a general They hoped their anti-Brexit

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message, their promise of a second referendum on the issue would hold

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sway with voters. But amid a Conservative revival, it appears to

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have become a 3-way race. Is there a prospect of a Lib Dem revival in

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Scotland? We have been having a look.

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tides, as this area weighs up the latest campaigning twists, he is

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undecided on which party is best placed to shape the future. I am

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undecided, because I am being swayed between a few parties. One of those

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trying to convincing, it has been a busy campaign for State and get in

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is. His second child has only just been born, but his mind is on

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politics, too. I think we need a strong voice at Westminster the

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North East Fife, and a strong voice on Europe. I worked at the European

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institutions, there are few constituencies that Europe affects

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more than this one. The Lib Dems think this seat is within their

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reach. There is far more at stake than just unionists, going round the

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doors, local people have their own concerns. All of these are issues

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that need to be addressed. And as Liberal Democrats, we have policies

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to deal with it. But in an area with a sizeable student community, have

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young people moved on from the Lib Dem tuition fee U-turn? I haven't

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entirely forgiven them, but in terms of the continual rays of tuition

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fees, it is the Conservatives and Lib Dems. In an ideal world, I would

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go Labour. If it is not viable in this constituency, then maybe not. I

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don't know how easy it is for me to forgive them for that. It was a slap

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in the face. The SNP have done a very good job in Sanders, but they

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too fixated on independence. The Lib Dems are doing well on focusing on

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student interests. Down the road, mixed views, too. Nicola Sturgeon, I

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love what she stands for. We would be better on our own. Conservative.

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Why is that? They do quite a good job. Would you stand? A

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conservative. Views like that, but the Tories don't think it is a

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straight two was race, they think they beating Lib Dem to win SNP

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votes. It is a Unionist majority in East Fife.

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Their only are doing is to rerun Brexit, which would be disastrous

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for our economy and the constitutional crisis it would

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cause. Is Labour's candidate worried about being squeezed by other

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prounion parties? I think more particularly young people are

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concerned about a decent job and decent pay, and getting a home of

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their own, whether it is rented or what, the band bothered about

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independence. Back at the pottery, things are starting to come together

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stop that is about nine out of ten. Pretty good. The future political

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shape here, though, is down to voters on Thursday.

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And as list of all the candidates in North-East Fife is on-screen now.

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More details, of course, on the BBC Election website.

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Nick, you've been all over Scotland during the campaign,

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what stands out for you when you've been speaking to people

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I think the country is asking itself a lot of the big questions about

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Brexit, about independence, but about a number of other areas, too.

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In many of the areas we have been, there are people that appear to be

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voting Conservative for the first time, and Conservative candidates

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like you heard in the film who are more optimistic than they have been

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before. But it is clear, again, the SNP have widespread support across

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Scotland, and in a number of areas, the Lib Dems and Labour Party are

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finding support, too. What is clear when you travel the country is that

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a lot of people have been asked a lot of big political questions in

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recent years. For some, like us, we are lapping it up. Others are bats

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weary of the political debates. But in three days' time, there will be

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another big decision for Scotland and for the UK to make stock on

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Thursday, it will be down to voters to decide on the big issues. Nick,

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thank you very much. World number one Andy Murray has

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cruised through to the quarter finals of the French Open,

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after a comfortable straight sets victory over

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Russia's Karen Kachaanov. It was an easy day's

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work for the top seed, who took just over two hours to

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book a place against Kei Nishikori And as Kheredine Idessane reports,

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Murray was also keen to offer support to those affected

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by the recent terror What a difference a week makes,

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seven days ago Andy Murray wasn't sure how long his stay in Paris

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might be. Three wins later, the quarterfinals were firmly in his

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sights. Standing in his way, 21 enrolled Russian who could have a

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big future. That's good. APPLAUSE The present belongs to Andy Murray,

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though. One break of the Khachanov serve was all he needed to secure

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the first set. And from there, he went from strength to strength.

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There were three breaks of serve in the second set, two for the Scot,

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putting him within touching distance of the last eight. Another break of

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the Russian serve and Murray was jumping for joy, literally.

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The world not one has improved with each match here in the French

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capital. Last year's runner-up is now just two matches away from

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another final. But his immediate thoughts after the recent attacks in

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the UK were not about tennis. I'm sure everyone will join me in

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sharing our thoughts and pray as with everyone who has been affected

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by this. APPLAUSE It is obviously something that has

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affected large parts of Europe and all over the world. And obviously,

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we want things to keep getting better, and I appreciate everyone

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coming out to support the tennis, creating a fantastic atmosphere. I

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am grateful I can come out and perform in front of people again.

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Andy Murray's mission was modest when he arrived here, simply to play

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himself into some form. On that score, it is very much mission

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accomplished. If he can get past Kei Nishikori on Wednesday, he will be

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through to the semifinal of the French Open.

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On the programme tonight, more on the Prime Minister's visit to

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Scotland today, and we look at the issue of security as it comes to

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dominate the final days of the election campaign, plus the final

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push from the SNP, labour and Lib Dems as well. Join me for a round-up

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of all the day's election events after the 10pm news.

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Now the latest on the weather from Christopher,

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and I think you're about to tell us to look out the brollies.

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Good evening. The weather this week volatile over bringing cloud, wind

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and rain. Another system arriving off the Atlantic. Today, cloudy

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fare, but holes in the cloud. The sunshine sparked thunderstorms,

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torrential at times. If we look south of the border on the satellite

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and radar, we can see what is coming our way over the next few hours and

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tonight. Cloud, and more rain. Over the next few hours, turning

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increasingly cloudy and increasingly wet as the rain marches north.

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Here's the chart. There is the rain. It works its way northwards, so a

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cloudy, wet night, breezy at times around the coast. The far north and

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Northern Isles, a few showers, most of the rain at this point across the

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mainland. Temperatures, eight, nine, 10 Celsius. To start the day

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tomorrow, cloudy and wet, and increasingly windy. That brain

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stretching up towards or Orkney and Shetland by the morning. West Coast

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and Hebrides, anywhere whether, like and patchy, showery in nature, but

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for most of us, a cloudy and wet day. Not a dry ying day, but by the

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end of the afternoon, we will start to see something drier in the South

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west as the system shifts north and eastwards. Quite windy around the

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coast in a northerly direction. A cool feel, 12, 13 14 Celsius. Around

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Inverness, up to the far north, the rain quite persistent, being driven

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in on the northerly winds. As we head to the often, the system will

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shift further northwards and eastwards, but really, no

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improvement until Wednesday. There it is. Dry and bright for many of

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us. Still cloudy and wet in the far north and north-east, but improving

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here, too. Elsewhere, a different day. Sunshine and similar

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temperatures, but without cloud and rain. It should feel a good bit

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better. I'll be back with the headlines

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at 8:00pm, and the late bulletin Until then, from everyone

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on the Reporting Scotland team, right across the country,

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have a very good evening.

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