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Articles from The Scotsman Online (December 1, 2020)

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'Completely deluded', 'worse statements than Rangers', 'scapegoat fans' - Supporters react angrily to latest Celtic statement; Celtic fans have understandably reacted angrily to Peter Lawwell's statement calling for "strength in adversity". Joel Sked 558
'Gung-ho' scoring week predicted on new course for European Tour event; A trend of the European Tour visiting new courses since the circuit came out of lockdown continues this week in the inaugural Golf in Dubai Championship presented by DP World. Martin Dempster 437
'Male voices still shout the loudest' - Edinburgh woman tells of life with HIV; Edinburgh-based academic and chair of HIV Scotland Dr Nicoletta Policek has told of her experience as a woman living with HIV to mark World AIDS Day on December 1. Elsa Maishman 613
'We need strength in adversity' - Celtic chief calls for unity as he throws support behind Neil Lennon; Celtic chief executive Peter Lawwell has all but given his backing to under-fire manager Neil Lennon as he called for unity in the wake of a run of two wins in nine matches. Patrick McPartlin 434
A95: Man in critical condition after crash between a van and a tractor on Highland road; A man is in critical condition after a crash between a van and a tractor in the Highlands. Rachel Mackie 229
Alex Salmond case: Why Scottish government needs to publish the legal advice - Scotsman comment; Advice from a lawyer is usually provided on a confidential basis and there are a number good reasons why this is standard practice. Scotsman comment 465
Alex Salmond inquiry: Legal advice could be given to committee by Scottish Government; Legal advice on the Scottish Government's botched handling of harassment complaints alleged against the former first minister Alex Salmond could be provided to the parliamentary inquiry after a rethink. Conor Matchett 725
Allan McGregor stands on brink of Rangers history - and Ibrox legend Peter McCloy has some strong advice for him; When Allan McGregor sets a new European appearance record for Rangers on Thursday night, he will also draw a parallel with the Ibrox club's most iconic goalkeeper on the continental stage. Stephen Halliday 1158
Analysis: Lack of true transparency could come back to haunt Nicola Sturgeon; A lack of true transparency is sowing doubt the Scottish Government is acting in the interests of the public. Conor Matchett 641
Andy Farrell's first year in Ireland job is branded 'average' but IRFU stick by him; Ireland rugby bosses have no regrets over the appointment of head coach Andy Farrell and believe he is "absolutely" the right man to lead the country forward. Ed Elliot 545
Argentina captain Pablo Matera sacked for 'xenophobic' posts on Twitter; Argentina rugby skipper Pablo Matera has been stripped of the captaincy amid an investigation into historic "discriminatory and xenophobic" posts on Twitter. Graham Bean 318
BBC Scotland Nicola Sturgeon Briefing LIVE: What time is the update? How can I watch? First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is set to give her daily Coronavirus briefing today after she announced the results of the Scottish Government's review of its tiered local lockdown system yesterday. Hannah Brown 266
BBC: Who shot the middle-aged, middle-class viewer? The yoof-obsessed Beeb - Aidan Smith; A momentous anniversary passed the other day with hardly anyone noticing. Forty years ago, the burning question up and down the land was "Who shot JR?". Aidan Smith 1085
Blended learning to return if Scottish schools holiday is extended; Scots pupils are likely to return to a form of blended learning if the school holidays are extended over Christmas and the New Year period, John Swinney has said. Scott Macnab 600
Boris Johnson defends England tier system and warns UK Government 'cannot relax'; Boris Johnson has warned the nation "cannot relax" as he defended the new tier system in England. Alexander Brown 613
Business comment: Good to give on Giving Tuesday, Iain Marley; Today marks Giving Tuesday, a day of global giving fuelled by the power of social media and collaboration. Iain Marley 725
Callers worried about being lonely this Christmas say Samaritans Scotland; Samaritans Scotland has said spending Christmas without loved ones is one of the biggest concerns among callers to its helpline. Emma O'Neill 424
Canine capers: new doggy adventure park opens its gates in East Lothian; A new adventure playground for dogs has opened at a farm in the East of Scotland. Ilona Amos 651
Celtic make decision on immediate Neil Lennon future as club rules out return of duo as next management team; Tuesday's Scottish football news and gossip. Craig Fowler 440
Colleges put heads together to help people back into jobs; Never has there been a more important time for us to work together in Scotland. The issues being thrown up by the coronavirus pandemic are many and difficult, but by working collaboratively to come up with solutions we can ensure we're in the best place to deal with the challenges that lie ahead. Dr Hugh Hall 481
Complainants 'reluctant' to go to police over Alex Salmond allegations; The complainants at the heart of the Scottish Government's botched handling of harassment complaints against the former first minister Alex Salmond were "reluctant" to go to the police, an inquiry has been told. Conor Matchett 435
Coronavirus in Scotland: 754 new positive cases of Covid across the country; The latest Scottish Government statistics have shown another 754 new positive cases have been recorded in the country. Rachel Mackie 160
Coronavirus in Scotland: 87 cases confirmed at Aberdeenshire meat plant as area set to move to level 3; An outbreak of Covid-19 at an Aberdeenshire meat processing plant has reached 87 cases, amid reports that the area will move to level three restrictions. Elsa Maishman 375
Coronavirus in Scotland: Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire expected to move to Level Three; Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire are expected to be placed in Level Three of the Scottish Government's regional lockdown tiers when the system is reviewed later today. Conor Marlborough 231
Coronavirus in Scotland: NHS prepares to begin vaccinations next week; The NHS in Scotland is preparing to begin Covid-19 vaccinations next week. Elsa Maishman 634
Coronavirus in Scotland: Nicola Sturgeon's lockdown levels weekly review speech in full; Here is the First Minister's full speech announcing where the levels of the lockdown system applies across Scotland. Hannah Brown 1868
Coronavirus in Scotland: What time will Nicola Sturgeon announce the new lockdown levels today, and what will she say? The First Minister will be addressing parliament today to announce any changes made to the lockdown levels across the country. Rachel Mackie 434
Crown Office worker jailed for stealing [pounds sterling]147k of drugs and [pounds sterling]90k cash from evidence store; A prosecution service worker who stole hundreds of thousands of pounds of cash and drugs from an evidence store has been jailed for more than three years. Angus Howarth 556
Dave King deal with Club 1872: What does this now mean for Rangers? When Club 1872 purchased the unloved Mike Ashley's remaining shares in Rangers for [pounds sterling]1 million three years ago, the prospect of fan ownership at the Ibrox club suddenly looked just a little more credible. Stephen Halliday 597
Dave King ready to accept [pounds sterling]2.3 million loss as he agrees to sell his Rangers shareholding to Club 1872; Former Rangers chairman Dave King has revealed he is happy to make a personal loss in excess of [pounds sterling]2 million by selling his shares to supporters group Club 1872 as he sees it as another investment in the Ibrox club's recovery. Stephen Halliday 434
Debenhams analysis: What future for the Scottish high street? It's doubtful that the high street has ever seen anything like the grim events of the past couple of days. Scott Reid 489
Debenhams closing: why is it going into liquidation, when will shops close, and what if I have a store credit card? It is understood that the collapse of the department store deal is partly linked to the administration of Arcadia, which tumbled into insolvency on Monday evening; It is understood that the collapse of the department store deal is partly linked to the administration of Arcadia, which tumbled into insolvency on Monday evening. Alex Nelson 645
Debenhams to close all 124 shops after JD Sports pulls out of rescue talks; Debenhams has confirmed plans to start winding down its operations "while continuing to seek offers for all or parts of the business" after rescue talks with JD Sports collapsed. Gary Flockhart 403
Discovering it's good to talk can help landlords and tenants resolve problems; We deal with a variety of questions, worries and concerns from our member landlords and letting agents. They range from ensuring a contract is compliant with the law, which electrical tests need to be done after a refurbishment or when an energy performance certificate should be renewed. John Blackwood 514
Donald Trump may be a lame duck but here's how he's trying to leave an anti-Iranian legacy in the Middle East - Anthony Harwood; Outgoing US presidents invariably use their final days in office to focus on their foreign policy legacy, and Donald Trump is no different. Anthony Harwood 1200
Dunfermline boss Stevie Crawford opens up on Hibs loanee Fraser Murray and impact of Steven Whittaker; Some managers see the job like a game of chess, where the kudos is in buying the best set and then moving the figurines about the board in a test of tactical prowess. Moira Gordon 1117
Edinburgh author Maggie O'Farrell's novel Hamnet is named Waterstones Book of the Year; Edinburgh-based author Maggie O'Farrell has claimed one of Britain's major literary honours after her new novel was named Waterstones Book of the Year. Brian Ferguson 552
Elliot Page: Oscar nominated star comes out as transgender; Oscar nominated star of Juno and Inception, Elliot Page, has come out as transgender. Rachel Mackie 331
Farming: Dismay over Defra roadmap for future support; While the release of Defra's plans for future farm support in England saw much fanfare from the general media, farming organisations yesterday claimed that the so-called "roadmap for future support" was sadly lacking in either signposts or slip roads to reach the proposed new order. Brian Henderson 449
Film reviews: Ma Rainey's Black Bottom / Falling / Host / Murder Me, Monster / Lost at Christmas; Viola Davis is a powerful presence at the centre of Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, a film set in the early days of the recording industry which also reconfirms what an electrifying actor the late Chadwick Boseman was. Reviews by Alistair Harkness. Alistair Harkness 1122
Former home of 'world's wickedest man' to become holiday destination; The former home of black magic master Aleister Crowley is to be restored as a historic visitor attraction with 10 'hobbit' style holiday homes to be created in its grounds. Alison Campsie 597
Fresh Prince of Bel-Air: Classic US comedy to return to the BBC on iPlayer; The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air is to return to the BBC for the first time since 2004. Rachel Mackie 306
German man arrested after high speed car driven through pedestrian zone kills five people in the city of Trier; A man drove a car at high speed through a pedestrian zone in the south-western German city of Trier on Tuesday, killing five people - including a nine-month-old child, and seriously injuring many more, officials said. Rachel Mackie 439
Glasgow Warriors linked with Ben Healy, Munster's Scotland-qualified stand-off; Glasgow Warriors have been linked with a move for Munster stand-off Ben Healy. Graham Bean 248
Glasgow's Weir Group hails 'landmark' [pounds sterling]95m order Down Under; Weir Group, the Glasgow-headquartered global engineer, has secured a [pounds sterling]95 million "landmark" order for a key mineral project in Australia. Scott Reid 354
Google Doodle: how the tech giant is celebrating the December holidays, and how the Doodle looks around the world; In other parts of the world, different events are getting celebrated by the search engine. Alex Nelson 620
How Edinburgh Printmakers made a lasting impression on the history of Scottish art; Since opening its doors in 1967, Edinburgh Printmakers has played a key role in the careers of some of Scotland's most acclaimed artists, from Alan Davie and John Bellany to Carol Rhodes and Kate Downie. With a new online exhibition drawing on the Printmakers' extensive archives now open, studio director and master printer Alastair Clark takes a trip down memory lane. Alastair Clark 1368
How lockdown forced Douglas Maxwell to reimagine his WW2 drama The Assumption; Douglas Maxwell's play The Assumption was originally written as an "action thriller," to be performed by students on the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland's groundbreaking course in British Sign Language and English. When coronavirus struck, however, he had to turn it into something completely different. Interview by Joyce McMillan. Joyce McMillan 1079
HUGE Rangers news as Dave King agrees to SELL shares to fan group for loss; Rangers chairman Dave King has agreed to sell his "entire shareholding" to fan group Club 1872. Joel Sked 608
hyhyh; As a Scottish aid worker I despair of the fairy tales in your letter columns about the UK Government's decision to cut aid to 0.5 per cent of GNI (gross national income). Scotsman Letters 1668
Idyllic Scottish island hideaway belonging to former UK chancellor has come up for sale; The Scottish island getaway of one of the UK's most respected wartime politicians has come on the market for the first time in 60 years. Ilona Amos 535
In-form Emily Pedersen targets Solheim Cup spot in 2021; Dane Emily Pedersen probably wasn't ready to be thrown into a Solheim Cup on US soil when she lost three matches out of three on her debut for Europe in the 2017 match in Des Moines. Martin Dempster 438
Incredible pictures show the moment missing sailor was rescued at sea; These incredible pictures show the moment sailor, Stuart Bee, was found clinging to the hull of his upturned yacht. Andrew O'Brien 168
Interactive map shows which level each part of Scotland is in as Nicola Sturgeon makes latest announcement; Nicola Sturgeon announced this afternoon in parliament that there will be no changes this week to the restriction levels across Scotland. Beth Murray 231
Jackie Bird to make BBC Scotland festive comeback as Deacon Blue and Amy Macdonald headline Hogmanay special; Jackie Bird is to return to the nation's screens during the festive season after being called up by BBC Scotland to help front its coverage again. Brian Ferguson 635
Keith Pelley keen to keep European Tour as 'breeding ground' for world stars; Keith Pelley insists the European Tour will continue to remain a "breeding ground" by trying to provide a healthy playing schedule for its rank-and-file members so that they can "chase the dream" of major glory. Martin Dempster 613
Lastminute.com to pay [pounds sterling]7 million back to customers for holidays cancelled due to Covid crisis; Online travel agent Lastminute.com has promised to repay a total of [pounds sterling]7 million to over 9,000 customers who it failed to refund for cancelled holidays, a consumer watchdog has announced. Gary Flockhart 316
Lewis Hamilton tests positive for coronavirus and will miss Sakhir Grand Prix; Lewis Hamilton will miss this weekend's Sakhir Grand Prix in Bahrain after testing positive for coronavirus. Philip Duncan 552
Livingston veterinary business sold as part of [pounds sterling]100m Pets At Home deal; Retail chain Pets At Home has sold its specialist veterinary business, including a Livingston-based operation, for up to [pounds sterling]100 million to rival Linnaeus Group. Scott Reid 598
Lyceum Christmas Tales #1: A Fairy Tale, by Morna Young; This winter, the Lyceum Theatre in Edinburgh has commissioned a series of Christmas stories from some of Scotland's best-loved writers, performances of which will be available to view online. Here, we publish an extract from A Fairy Tale, by Morna Young, along with a link to the film. Morna Young 1586
Macdonald Hotels names former Jamie Oliver Group board member as CEO; Scottish hospitality operator Macdonald Hotels & Resorts has named its new chief executive. Scott Reid 462
Margaret Thatcher: Unveiling of statue of former Prime Minister to go ahead despite 'egg throwing contest'; A large-scale [pounds sterling]100,000 unveiling ceremony for a statue of Baroness Margaret Thatcher has been approved, despite plans for an "egg throwing contest". Rachel Mackie 347
More than 560,000 sign up to Dualingo Scottish Gaelic course in single year; More than 560,000 people have signed up to a Gaelic language course - almost 10 times the official number of native speakers. Alison Campsie 625
New national gallery aims to address 'low awareness' of Scottish history in Scotland; A new national gallery for Scotland aims to tackle a "low awareness" of Scottish history among Scots. Alison Campsie 631
NHS [pounds sterling]500 bonus: when will healthcare staff in Scotland receive the Christmas payment, and who is eligible? More than 300,000 staff are set to receive the bonus payment, announced Nicola Sturgeon; More than 300,000 staff are set to receive the bonus payment, announced Nicola Sturgeon. Finlay Greig 488
Nicola Sturgeon coronavirus briefing: Why there is no briefing on Tuesday, and how First Minister will update Scotland instead; There will be no lunchtime coronavirus briefing from the First Minister on Tuesday, with Nicola Sturgeon instead due to give an afternoon update from Holyrood on where each local authority area in Scotland sits in the five-level system. Gary Flockhart 297
One in ten Scots have already put up Christmas lights; More than one in ten Scottish households have already put up their Christmas lights in a bid to brighten up lockdown, a report has found. Jane Bradley 438
PGA Tour bought 20 per cent stake in European Tour's in-house TV company; Danny Willett, the 2016 Masters champion, has hailed the European Tour's new "strategic alliance" with the PGA Tour as a "good thing for golf globally". Martin Dempster 627
Renowned Edinburgh chef Tom Kitchin speaks to Nicola Sturgeon about hospitality crisis; Star Edinburgh chef Tom Kitchin said he has had a 'really meaningful conversation' with First Minister Nicola Sturgeon about the crisis facing the hospitality industry in Scotland due to Covid restrictions. Hannah Brown 202
Ross County boss Stuart Kettlewell blasts 'despicable' Celtic fans for 'souring' special day; Stuart Kettlewell has described as "despicable" the chaotic scenes he witnessed outside Celtic Park following Ross County's 2-0 Betfred Cup win on Sunday. Ronnie Esplin 432
Samaritans on special Christmas alert; Today marks the official beginning of the countdown to Christmas and, like most aspects of 2020, it is likely the festive season will look a bit different this year. As the coronavirus pandemic continues to touch on almost every aspect of our daily lives, many of us may be feeling worried or uncertain as we look ahead to the festive season. 596
Scotland threw away 'global leadership' role in offshore wind, claim BiFab owners; The demise of the BiFab yard in Fife is down to a failure of government to ensure offshore turbines located off Scotland's coast are built by home-grown firms, its Canadian owners have said. Scott Macnab 595
Scotland to host South Africa and Australia in Murrayfield Test matches; Scotland will host South Africa and Australia in autumn Tests next year. Graham Bean 334
Scotland's railways aren't history, they're the transport of the future; Scotland's railway has been a success story in recent years, with substantial investment in electrification, infrastructure enhancements and new fleets. Mary Porter 575
Scotland's weather: Snow and ice warning issued for areas across the country; A snow and ice warning has been issued for a number of areas across Scotland, with forecasters saying roads and rail could be affected. Scott McCartney 183
Scots biotech working on potential Covid-19 treatment gets major funding injection; A Scottish biotechnology company working on potential Covid-19 therapeutic treatments has secured its first international investment. Scott Reid 328
Scots cloud computing group Iomart sees businesses starting to spend again; Iomart, the Glasgow-headquartered cloud computing group, is seeing business confidence begin to return after reporting a "resilient" first-half performance. Scott Reid 604
Scots Covid hotspots to escape Level 4 next week as cases fall; Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed that Scotland's Covid hotspot areas will come out of level four restrictions next week as case numbers continue to fall in Scotland. Scott Macnab 600
Scots emigres AC/DC return to light up 2020 with a simple message: Let there be rock - Martyn McLaughlin; It should come as no surprise that during a torrid, testing year, there has been a spike in sales of books, video games, and subscriptions to streaming services. Martyn McLaughlin 1067
Scotsman crossword answers: Here are the solutions for Monday's puzzles; From 'Bobcat' to 'Snorkel' here are the answers you've been looking for. 248
Scottish Government commits to eliminating HIV transmission in a decade; The Scottish Government has announced a commitment to wipe out transmission of HIV within a decade. Elsa Maishman 588
Scottish Government signs deal with Fujitsu for e-counting in 2022; The Scottish Government has signed a deal with Fujitsu to support electronic vote counting of ballot papers at the Scottish Government elections in May 2022. Alexander Brown 418
Scottish Government warned they must 'urgently' address NHS staffing issues; The Scottish Government has been urged to act on NHS staffing levels as new figures show a drop in the number of nurses and midwives. Rachel Mackie 628
Scottish Parliament is losing talented MSPs because it is not family-friendly enough - Murdo Fraser MSP; I was very sorry to see the announcement by the Labour MSP Jenny Marra that she is not going to seek re-election to the Scottish Parliament next May. Murdo Fraser 462
Sharing big ideas to drive sustainability in business; Communication and collaboration will be crucial in the push for a greener growth agenda. David Lee reports on The Scotsman's Leadership for a Sustainable Future webinar. 1411
Shell: Court case in Netherlands could force fossil fuel companies to get out of oil and gas altogether - Dr Richard Dixon; Shell is in court today in the Netherlands for the first day of a case which could see them have to get out of fossil fuels altogether. Richard Dixon 649
Sir Sean Connery's first and only film as director to be screened by STV; The only film ever directed by the late Sir Sean Connery is set to be broadcast on STV next week - 53 years after it first aired on the channel. Gary Flockhart 435
SNP accused of 'political games' over [pounds sterling]500 NHS payment as Treasury confirms taxing bonus a Scottish decision; The SNP have been accused of "political games" over a [pounds sterling]500 payment for NHS workers as the Treasury said tax arrangements surrounding the bonus were a decision for Scotland. Alexander Brown 624
SNP Conference overwhelmingly backs motion to explore four-day working week; Members at the SNP's 2020 conference have voted overwhelmingly to back a motion in favour of a four-day working week. Conor Marlborough Conference news 436
SNP deflects blame over BiFab scandal as promised renewable energy revolution gets off to a bad start - Murdo Fraser MSP; Today the Scottish Parliament will debate the future of BiFab, the fabrication company with yards in Fife and on Lewis. Murdo Fraser 648
Social enterprise shopping directory launched; An online directory to allow people to purchase from social enterprises in Scotland has been launched after 38 per cent of Scottish residents said the experiences of lockdown have made them more likely to support local not-for-profit organisations. Jane Bradley 434
The fatstock show must go on; While the farming community has grown used to landmark events either falling by the wayside or transferring to a virtual format, the top winter fatstock show still went ahead at the weekend, albeit without the usual audience in attendance. 212
The Scotsman Sessions #149: Jamie Sutherland; Welcome to The Scotsman Sessions. With performing arts activity curtailed for the foreseeable future, we are commissioning a series of short video performances from artists all around the country and releasing them on scotsman.com, with introductions from our critics. Here, Broken Records singer Jamie Sutherland takes to the stage of the still-deserted Anatomy Lecture Theatre at Edinburgh's Summerhall to perform Lost, taken from his recently-released album Bruise. David Pollock 534
These are the ten places in Scotland with the fewest coronavirus cases between November 21 and November 27; Data from the Scottish Government shows the breakdown of coronavirus rates according to area between November 21 and November 27. Beth Murray 507
These five early-stage Scottish tech firms named among UK's best; Five early-stage Scottish tech companies have been selected for a major competition designed to showcase the best in the UK. Scott Reid 348
Two Betfred Cup quarter-final ties picked for live coverage by competition broadcasters; Rangers' trip to St Mirren is one of two Betfred Cup quarter-final ties selected by broadcaster Premier Sports. Craig Fowler 224
Two people airlifted to hospital after serious crash near Banff involving two motorcycles and a car; Two motorcyclists were airlifted to hospital after a crash which also involved a car this afternoon between Banff and Portsoy. Hannah Brown 172
UK Business Secretary accused of refusing to give evidence on Brexit preparation as OBR warn job losses are 'unavoidable''; The UK Business Secretary has been accused of refusing to give evidence on the Brexit preparations on the same day the Office of Budget Responsibility (OBR) warned job losses are "unavoidable". Alexander Brown 608
UK Government urged to support staff after Debenhams collapse; The UK Government has been urged to set out plans to support the staff facing job losses after Debenhams rescue talks collapsed. Alexander Brown 625
Under-fire Neil Lennon likely to be in charge of Celtic against AC Milan; Neil Lennon is expected to lead his team to Milan for Celtic's penultimate Europa League match on Thursday despite the increasing clamour for his dismissal. Mark Atkinson 458
Watch this year's Co-op Christmas advert here - and what the story is about; The uplifting advert celebrates the notion that anyone can do their bit to help their local community. Iain leggat 610
What are the 12 days of Christmas? Song lyrics explained, full list of gifts - and when the festive season starts; The Twelve Days of Christmas celebrate the Nativity of Jesus, and in most Western traditions, Christmas Day is considered the First Day of Christmas. Alex Nelson 543
What is HIV? Symptoms of the virus, how it differs from AIDS - and where to get a free test; World AIDS Day aims to raise awareness of HIV and gives people the opportunity to show their support for those living with the virus. Jenna Macfarlane 705
Why we wish you all a Merry Christmas (24 days early) - Scotsman comment; It is a familiar complaint that Christmas just seems to get earlier every year with festive mince pies and the like seemingly on sale from the day after Halloween or even before. Scotsman comment 351
Will Scotland get a second independence referendum? Latest poll as Nicola Sturgeon pushes ahead with Indyref2 plans; Could Scotland be heading for another independence referendum? Finlay Greig 879
World AIDS Day 2020: history of the day, this year's theme, and where to buy a red ribbon to show your support; Ribbons can be bought on the National AIDS Trust website. Jenna Macfarlane 881
World Aids Day: How efforts to curb Covid-19 could help tackle HIV - Liam Beattie; Today is World Aids Day. Globally, there are 38 million people living with HIV, with over 6,000 in Scotland. Liam Beattie 1122
World's only airworthy Catalina flying boat heads back to Cambridgeshire after weeks stranded in Loch Ness; A World War II flying boat which was stranded on Loch Ness for six weeks was able to depart back to Cambridgeshire after a dramatic rescue. Sarah Ward 309
Zander Fagerson says he's horrified at the idea of ridding rugby of subs to make it more entertaining; Too much kicking; not enough space; too stop-start; no imagination in attack; stifling breakdown laws. Graham Bean 626

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