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prepare to play Leicester, but Chelsea will be worried about
Chinese cheque-books. There's more throughout the evening
on the BBC News Channel, we are back with the
late news at 10:15pm. Police have arrested the brother
of a man who died in a house fire in East Dunbartonshire on New Year's
Day. 23-year old Cameron Logan was killed
in the blaze in Milngavie, while his partner Rebecca Williams,
was seriously injured. Blair Logan, who's twenty-six,
has been arrested in connection with his younger brother's death
and the alleged attempted murder of his parents,
both in their fifties, He is due to appear
in court on Monday. Independence campaigners have been
holding a conference in Glasgow, to start preparing
for the possibility The event, organised by the Scottish
Independence Convention, brought together politicians,
activists and academics. The Conservatives,
Labour and the Lib Dems Independence activists say they're
determined to be ready All great things in life start from
a dream or someone having an idea about something. Then the typical
thing is, the practicalities. This is the boring stuff of all the
questions that we were unable to answer, in as diverse a way as we
should or could have in the first referendum.
The SNP has criticised MPs on Westminster's Brexit committee,
for coming out AGAINST giving the UK's devolved parliaments
a vote on the final deal ?OOV? to leave the European Union.
The committee chairman Hilary Benn told BBC Scotland that the UK
as a WHOLE voted to leave, so no SINGLE part of the UK
Sir Andy Murray says losing his long unbeaten streak has had no
effect on his preparations for the Australian Open.
The world number one plays his first match in the early
hours of Monday morning, and says he's as well
From Melbourne, here's Kheredine Idessane.
When the defending champion meets penguins and trolls, it can only
mean one thing. Kids stay at the Australian Open. Child's play or
also for the world number one, the pre-tournament round of media
interviews in which he dismissed any notion of disappointment that is 28
match winning streak had been broken recently by Novak Djokovic. If that
had happened at the end of last year, the would have been but
because of the break, it felt as a bit like you were starting from
scratch again in the New Year. I haven't played a match for six
weeks. But good to get back this year hopefully I can get another run
some. Andy Murray is hoping the new sequence of winds begins in this
arena behind me on Monday morning takes on a Ukrainian opponent in the
first round of this Australian Open, it's an afternoon match here in
Melbourne which means it should be on around 3:30am your time.
Rugby, and Edinburgh scored two tries
for an away win against Harlequins in the European Challenge Cup.
Glasgow have just kicked off in their European Cup
The Warriors are trying to reach the quarter-finals
There was heavy snow overnight, but apparently much milder
Kirsteen's here, with the outlook for the rest of the weekend.
It's been a fine, cold, crisp day across much of the country. This
evening, a frost sitting in the eastern areas, although while in the
West, cloudy with outbreaks of rain pushing in and as that rain crosses
eastwards meeting the cold air, it will turn to snow, especially across
the high ground with some snow at times giving difficult driving
conditions, and additional hazards and I'd will be ice on untreated
roads and services. A contrast by the end of the night, nine Celsius
in the West, zero further east. Tomorrow morning much of the ring
pulls away into the North Sea, a legacy of cloud left behind. Patchy
outbreaks of rain. Extensive hill folk in the West and south. A
contrast in temperatures again.