29/01/2017 Reporting Scotland


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A Glasgow vet who was caught up in Presdent Trump's American flight

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ban has learned a crowdfunding appeal has raised enough to pay

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Hamaseh Tayari was told she could not fly from Costa Rica

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via New York as she travels with an Iranian passport.

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Half-day holiday in the paradise of Costa Rica, Hamaseh Tayari and her

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boyfriend found themselves caught up in a nightmare because she travels

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on and uranium passport. We arrived at the airport and they were doing

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the checking for others to fly to New York and then from there to

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Glasgow. The people at the check-in told me it was not allowed. I was

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really upset, I'm still upset. And a little bit afraid. Hamaseh Tayari is

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a vet and a specialist animal anaesthetist. As well as completing

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postdoctoral studies at Glasgow, she has been teaching there. And makes a

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lot of us feel very ashamed of behalf of America, because most of

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us don't want to keep anyone out, especially well meaning people who

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are just taking their way the world. The universities say they will give

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her all the support they can. We will do all we can it supports

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Hamaseh Tayari as she travels from her holiday and any practical

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support we can offer. From my point of view, it is also about supporting

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all of our staff and students if they are caught up in situations

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like this, because the university is about the freedom of movement of

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people, ideas and intellect. Donald Trump says his travel by will keep

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terrorists out of the United States, Trump says his travel by will keep

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though the order has now been suspended by a US judge. Meanwhile,

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an online appeal set up last night raised all the money to pay for new

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flights home for Hamaseh Tayari and her partner.

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A ceremony has been held to mark the centenary

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32 men died when the boilers of a submarine blew up.

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The incident was one of the first submarine rescues.

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Reevel Alderson reports from Faslane.

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Colours lowered in Faslane's Cemetery to commemorate a submarine

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disaster a century ago. This steam fired submarine sank in 50 feet of

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water in the Gareloch when the engine room was flooded, killing 32

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men. Among those who died was this man whose great-grandchildren were

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at the ceremony. My grandmother was 15 and they were pretty much

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penniless. When they were down there, my grandmother met my

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grandfather who was also in the Navy and that led to the two of us here,

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so there's a direct link between us being here and the submarine, in a

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way. The men who died our board and the cemetery maintained by the

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Commonwealth War commission. Among them were six men from the shipyard

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and they were due to hand the vessel over to the Navy. The ceremony was

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also a celebration of an incredible rescue of a further 48 men who were

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trapped for 57 hours on the sea bed before being freed. They kept their

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cool down there. They were careful to conserve air and knew it was

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running out, but they knew how to minimise the amount of oxygen they

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used. They took all the right precautions for the people inside as

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well as outside and they thought about it hard. The summary was

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recommissioned and since then, the Royal Navy has never given a vessel

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recommissioned and since then, the is unlucky number 13.

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Football, and Celtic have broken a 50-year-old club record today.

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Their 4-0 Premiership win over Hearts surpassed the previous

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that was established by the legendary Lisbon Lions.

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Our senior football reporter Chris McLaughlin

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It is an achievement that should not be underestimated, especially given

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the side who set the record half a century ago. The famous Lisbon

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Lions, led by the manner with the standard named after him and the

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statue also. Brendan Rodgers not quite up there yet, but he has

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brought the feel-good factor back to this club. He says he does not

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expect this site to go the whole season unbeaten, be given today's

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showing, it is difficult to see just who will stop them.

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The organisers of the Great Scottish Run half-marathon have been out

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measuring the distance of the course.

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Some runners in last year's event thought the course was too short.

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It also raised a question mark over the Olympian,

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It's 530 in the morning and we are outside Pollok country Park and the

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organisers of this Run were out early this morning measuring the

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course accompanied by police riders clearing the road ahead of them.

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Why? Well, many of the runners who took part last year said they

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thought the cause was shorter than usual, but 200 metres shorter than

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the 13.1 mile for the half marathon it is supposed to be. For many of

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the thousands who took part, that distance probably won't make much

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difference, but for a professional runner, it could be crucial, not

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least Callum Hawkins, the Scot who won last year's event and set a new

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record as well. The cause is being measured, the organisers behind the

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run said they will release results tomorrow.

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In Bowls, it's a fifth world title for Scotlands Paul Foster.

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The man from Troon claimed the top prize at the world

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indoor Championship, beating England's Greg Harlow

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Let's get the weather for this evening and the start of the week -

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It's been a lovely day of weather for most, with spells of sunshine

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for many. Tonight though, those clear skies Meaney will be cold and

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frosty. South of the border, pretty wet. But the low pressure was

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pulling away. A South easily will introduce a moist air for Scotland

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overnight and could lead to fog. The many, cold and frosty and the cold

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start to Monday morning. The fog moving to the Lowlands and it could

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be stubborn to clear. Mild on the West Coast and across the aisles.

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Through Monday, the best of the sunshine across northern parts of

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Thailand and Grampian. Elsewhere, cloudy. Any fog patches could be

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stubborn. South of the border, and it try a weather across the eastern

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counties of England and through the Midlands, Wales and the South, rain.

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Same for Northern Ireland. Best of the sunshine tomorrow. Cloud imports

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of Ayrshire, Dumfries Galloway. Elsewhere, largely dry. Brightening

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up for most. It will be cold, especially where there is no. Quite

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windy on the West Coast. Monday night, cloud builds and the rain

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arrives. Tuesday morning, pretty soggy. Lunchtime, most of it will

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have gone, dryer, still cloudy but milder with temperatures opening --

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have gone, dryer, still cloudy but approach in double figures.

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Our next update's just after the ten o'clock news.

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Until then, from everyone on the team here in Glasgow, enjoy

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# There's Attenborough, micro.bit, The Bottom Line and In Our Time

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# And Terrific Scientific and Ten Pieces and All In The Mind

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# And BBC Food, Alphablocks, Forces of Nature With Brian Cox

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# And Terrific Scientific and Ten Pieces and All In The Mind

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