14/09/2016 Reporting Scotland


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Food Standards Scotland is now advising the public not to eat

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products from the Carnwath based manufacturer Errington Cheese -

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instead it's advising people to return the cheese

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to where they bought it The FSA is also urging shops to withhold

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from sale any Errington cheese not yet on the market, as they say

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Earlier this summer, 20 people were infected in

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an outbreak in South Lanarkshire - including a three year old girl

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Investigations by Food Standards Scotland and South Lanarkshire

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Council into food safety related to unpasteurised cheese produced

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A spokeswoman for Errington Cheese declined to comment.

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Scotland's food watchdog has ordered a ban on the sale of all cheese

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from a Lanarkshire producer linked to an e-coli outbreak which led

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It follows another incident in Angus involving children.

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A playgroup has been closed while investigations continue.

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Our reporter Laura Maxwell has been following developments.

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Food standards Scotland are advising shops not to sell any more of the

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cheese and advising members of the public to return the product of the

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manufacturer. Become the has previously said its cheese is safe

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Meanwhile, NHS Tayside is investigating a number of cases

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of Ecoli infection affecting a small number of children in Angus.

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Possible sources of infection and transmission of the bacteria

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A playgroup has voluntarily closed while this continues.

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The nurse, Pauline Cafferkey, who contracted ebola while working

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in Sierra Leone, has been cleared of misconduct over her return

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It had been claimed she allowed an incorrect temperature to be

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recorded during the screening process at Heathrow airport.

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But today a disciplinary panel of the nursing and midwifery council

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in Edinburgh dismissed the charges after hearing she'd been

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Public Health England, who raised the complaint, have said they

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Pauline Cafferkey looked visibly relieved as the disciplinary panel

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Her lawyer spoke of the effect the prolonged

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investigation has had on

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She would never have knowingly put anyone in danger.

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Since her return from Sierra Leone she has

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The NMC disciplinary process has been upsetting and stressful for

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Pauline, however, she was delighted the panel made the case she has no

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It has been almost two years since Pauline Cafferkey

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left for Sierra Leone, working on the front line

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One former patient recalls how she saved his life.

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She gave advice and we listened to her and her colleagues.

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Pauline Cafferkey was exhausted when she arrived at Heathrow.

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The screening area managed by Public Health England

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What happened here is key to this case.

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The panel here heard that in the chaos at Heathrow

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that night some members of Pauline Cafferkey's team decided

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Although hers was high, she allowed somebody

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in her group to record it as normal so they could pass through

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She heard that person say, let's get out of here.

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Ms Cafferkey did then disclose her high

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The misconduct committee ruled it would have been

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inconceivable a nurse of their experience would have left

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the area without mentioning her temperature

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so why was she put through this ordeal?

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I think what's clear today, I have not apologised, in answer to

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your question, what's clear today is very much

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Our overriding duty is to protect the

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public and maintain confidence in the profession.

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There was support for her at the practice where she

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She devoted herself to do the fairly selfless work.

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Pauline Cafferkey wanted only to help others.

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She will hope today's outcome will be the final hurdle in

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The First Minister says Scottish interests must be embedded in plans

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to negotiate Britain's departure from the European union.

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Nicola Sturgeons was giving evidence to Holyrood's European Committee.

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This from our political editor Brian Taylor.

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In Strasbourg, Westminster and Holyrood.

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In Strasbourg, Jean-Claude Juncker urged European integration including

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He warned the departing UK could not expect to stay in the single trade

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market without also allowing free movement of labour.

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TRANSLATION: Only those can have unlimited access

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to the single market that accent there will be free access for labour

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There can be no a la carte access to the single market.

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But what's on the Westminster menu, a la carte or otherwise?

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The SNP's Angus Roberts and urged the Prime

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Minister to specify her name is post-Brexit.

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Is the Prime Minister in favour of protecting

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There was a very clear message from the British people at the time

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of the referendum vote on June 23, that they wanted to see an end to

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They want to see control of movement of

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people from the European Union into the UK and that's what we will

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At Holyrood, the First Minister faced questions.

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She reminded them and voters that Brexit

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hadn't happened yet and in her view by far the West was yet to come --

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Nobody is doing anybody any favours by

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suggesting we are through the worst, we have not even started this

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The potential of a lost decade for the UK should make us sit

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up and take notice and in Scotland it should make us think very

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carefully about whether there are better alternatives than accepting

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She castigated the UK Government for failing to clarify

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the consequences of Brexit three months on from the

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She said it was: gobsmacking, to use non-Parliamentary language.

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Later the Scotland Brexit minister urged

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all MSP is to back full membership of the single market.

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The Tories stressed any Scottish aspirations

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must be agreed with the UK Government.

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And a Brexit meeting in

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The number of people out of work between May

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and July was down by 29,000 - reaching 130,000.

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It means the Scottish unemployment rate is now below that of the UK

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A 12-year-old girl has been seriously injured

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after being knocked down in the west end of Glasgow.

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She was with another girl, who is 13, and who said to be stable.

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They were hit by a vehicle on Great Western Road just

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Both children were taken to the Queen University

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The operation to move the Transocean Winner rig which ran

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aground last month on the west coast of Lewis will begin next week.

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The rig is now anchored on the isle's east coast.

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A public meeting heard the rig will be piggy-backed onto a heavy

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lifting ship and transported to Turkey, where it

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A lot of preparation is to be done. Obviously we are mindful of the

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weather, but we won't take any chances. Or just make sure we are

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ready 20 47 and just do the operation as soon as possible.

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A transport group has warned that congestion in Glasgow is behind

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an increase in bus journey times and and what's been

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called an "alarming" drop in passenger numbers.

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The group, Greener Journeys, concluded that bus speeds in Glasgow

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were falling faster than anywhere else in the UK and services could be

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Bus operator, First Glasgow, has now called for action

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Andy Murray says he's delighted to be back in Glasgow,

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playing in an atmosphere he describes as the best

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The Olympic and Wimbledon champion - alongside big brother

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Jamie, who's the US Open doubles champion -

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are the backbone of the British Davis Cup team and they're

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He's always in demand on trips back home.

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He's Wimbledon and Olympic gold in what he describes as

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Obviously a lot of good memories from this place.

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Good times here, big wins, amazing atmosphere.

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Probably the best atmosphere you could play in ever.

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Andy Murray is back in Scotland after a terrific year not

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just for him but for big brother Jamie, too.

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The Murray family trophy cabinet now boasts six grand slam

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titles between them, two Olympic gold medals,

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I wanted to try to do as best I can in my career and make sure that

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when I finish I could look back with no regrets.

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To come from a small town, Dunblane, to be able to come

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through there is just brilliant, and brilliant for the sport

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It takes a lot of work and dedication but it can happen.

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He's really inspiring for us, because we see how hard it is

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We want to be like him when we are older,

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Annoyingly his skills are not confined to the tennis court.

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This is Andy Murray scoring and five-a-side the other day.

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Playing on one of the five-a-side pitches

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the other day and I have not played five-a-side football for it must be

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That was the first game we played, ten minutes each way.

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If he's that accurate this weekend, Argentina are in trouble.

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The decision to hold the next Old Firm match on Hogmanay has been

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The Scottish Police Federation have called the decision insanity,

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and MSP Brian Whittle, the Scottish Conservatives'

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sport spokesman, described it as baffling.

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Police Scotland have defended the decision saying it was reached

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after discussions between police, football authorities

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and the broadcasters, believing to be the best option

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to minimise the wider community impact.

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Well, let's get the weather from Christopher.

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Good evening. There was some sunshine and some gloom today. It

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was the south-west where we had that worm sunshine. The worst some

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stubborn clouds particularly for these southern belt and along

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because. This evening, a line of heavy showers leaving the Western

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Isles and moving northwards. Fading away, generally try foremost

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overnight. Missed and low cloud reforming extensively and moving

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inland. Showers on the West Coast. A dry tomorrow morning for most.

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Issued improved although there will be some showers for the Hebrides and

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the West Coast. Driver most of the day in the mainland, increasingly

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bright with cloud thinning and breaking. A better day for areas

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that had stubborn clouds today. Across the UK as a whole, generally

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dry, bright and sunny spells. In the said Easter will be high-temperature

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as Fred this time of year. For Wales and Northern Ireland, a mixture of

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cloud and some brightness. Similar fuss, too. In the sunshine

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temperatures will be in the mid-20s. The rain in the west starts to edge

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of a inland as we head overnight into Thursday and Friday. That rain

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reaching the eastern side of the country by Friday morning.

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Thunderstorms down south, a real lively start to Friday. For most of

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us on Friday, dry and bright, sunshine and a fresher feel. The

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rain perhaps will linger for a Shetland. Into the weekend with a

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ridge of high pressure. That means dry and bright weather for all.

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Pleasant enough, temperatures in the high teens.

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Our next update is during Breakfast at 6.25am tomorrow morning.

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But, from everyone on the late team here in Glasgow

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and around the country - goodnight.

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