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All of Scotland's NHS boards, except Lothian, Orkney and Shetland,

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have been hit by the cyberattack which has also disrupted

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The Scottish Ambulance Service has also been hacked.

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Most of the disruption has been to GP practices.

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The Scottish Government's resilience committee

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The Health Minister says there's no evidence of any breach

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At hospitals in Lanarkshire tonight 's staff are still unable to access

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patients' medical histories by computer. In Monklands, and Wishaw

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patients' medical histories by hospitals, there was a cyberattack

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this afternoon and since then they have had to rely on paper records,

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fine for current patients are problematic for new arrivals, so

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they're asking for public help. If people have an emergency

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situation over the next couple of days, it would be helpful to bring

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with them a list of their medications and their current

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medications, to help us in terms of understanding what their clinical

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history is, and also if they attend... If they had an opportunity

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to bring a member of their family with them who could help provide

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that collateral medical history to help us in these difficult

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situations we find ourselves in. NHS Lanarkshire refused to be the

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only area in Scotland were hospitals have been affected - apart from

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Lothian, Orkney and Shetland, all of Scotland's health boards have been

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breached in this massive cyberattack, but in most areas it

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has been just a small number of GP surgeries which encountered

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problems. The thing I want to make clear is that there is absolutely no

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evidence of any breach of any patient data at all, so we were able

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to give that level of assurance to patients out there that there is no

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evidence of any patient data being breached at all.

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So everybody is working very hard and are IT people are working hard

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through the night and over the weekend to help to resolve these

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issues. Though the Scottish Ambulance

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Service was also hacked, it has not affected their operations. The next

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resilience meeting chaired by the Scottish Government takes place

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early tomorrow morning. Proposals to ban parents in Scotland

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from smacking their children have been opened up

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for public consultation. At the moment, there is a legal

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defence of "justifiable assault". All it takes is a firm voice

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from Mum to let a child know they're misbehaving,

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but, for some parents, a smack can be an effective

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way of disciplining, and banning it could

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send the wrong message. It's risky and it could criminalise

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parents who are genuinely, Smacking children is not

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something I agree with, but maybe a better approach

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would be educating people. If your child is old enough

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to reason with them, then do that, and if they're not enough,

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then they don't understand A plan is being set out today aiming

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to close the legal loophole of "justifiable assault",

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which enables the It still allows parents or carers to

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use physical punishment when disciplining a child. The proposed

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bill wants to bring Scotland in line with many other countries and give

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children full protection from salt, the same that adults currently have.

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Attitudes have changed and research shows that people,

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in reducing numbers, are using alternatives.

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It is not about criminalisation but equal protection for children.

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For some, an outright ban on smacking is unnecessary.

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There's already a ban on hitting with implements

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It doesn't make much sense because if you say all children

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should treated like adults, you don't say to adults, go up

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It doesn't make any sense. To me it is a virtue signalling and a waste

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of time. Members of the public now have

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until August 4 to respond Confidence in the ability

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of prosecutors to convict for crimes against birds of prey

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is being undermined, Our rural affairs correspondent

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Kevin Keane reports. A dead pheasant is placed

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on what looks like the top Next, the man fumbles

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with a line, possibly a spring, designed to hold any bird

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which tries to grab the bait. This type of trap has been

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illegal for a century. It won't kill the bird,

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but hold it until someone The loop is laid on top

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of the pheasant and set. The next day he's

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back to do it again. This film was to be used

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as evidence in the trial of Craig Graham, a gamekeeper

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from Angus, but the case It seems to send out a message that,

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even if there is an overwhelming piece of evidence that links

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an alleged suspect with a crime, it In that way the law is being

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undermined. a protected bird is shot

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at its nesting site. A man carrying a shotgun

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and then walks over to where Out of view, he picks up

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the carcass before walking over He reaches down and

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clears up the site. Again, this film was to

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be used as evidence, These charges were against Stanley

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Gordon, a gamekeeper from Murray. This legal expert says

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it's important to know If it genuinely was research and

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they record a crime incidentally, But if there's any hint that

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surveillance was set up in order to prevent wildlife crime,

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that would be inadmissible. This is a trapped goshawk

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being trapped into a bag. We don't see what happened to it.

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But on this occasion we do see the fate of the bird...

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This video was used in court and he was jailed for his crime.

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RSPB Scotland says the court should have been allowed

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The Crown Office says it has to apply the law fairly.

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A former Catholic priest charged with sexually abusing children

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in the 1970s and '80s is set to go on trial in December.

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Francis Moore, who was a priest in Ayrshire, and known

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by his second name Paul, is also accused of abusing

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He is alleged to have committed offences at various locations,

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including at a primary school and Irvine Beach.

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The boys were aged between five or six and 13 years old at the time

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Father Moore denies all the charges against him.

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An exhibition of robes worn during the coronation of George VI

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has opened on the 80th anniversary of the ceremony.

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Robes worn by the then Princess Elizabeth and her sister Margaret

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form the centrepiece of the display

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The castle near Forfar was the childhood home

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The robes from the ceremony at Westminster Abbey in 1937

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are the personal property of the Queen.

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She was so kind and I think enthusiastic that it was in memory

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of her mother. And I think it is truly lovely, and I am thrilled with

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the exhibition. In football, Celtic secured a 3-1

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victory at Aberdeen tonight. In a frantic opening spell,

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all of the visitors' goals came Dedryck Boyata's opener

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followed swiftly by a second from Stuart Armstrong,

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and a third from Leigh Griffiths. Jonny Hayes pulled one back

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for the Dons two minutes later, Now let's go over to find out

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what the weather's going to be

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