BBC Radio Scotland
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Mr White having reputable advisors I need the Knights of David would have sold the club no matter what Craig Whyte denies helping thunder deals with a loan from the Firm tickets against three years of Rangers season ticket sales the trial continues former US President Barack Obama has visited the home of golf on his first visit to Scotland he arrived in Edinburgh by private shared this morning I'm headed straight to St Andrews to play the old Course will be in Edinburgh this evening where he's been invited to address of philanthropy and business leaders on path of the hunter foundation and that's BBC Radio Scotland news and he's been enjoying fantastic weather too but isn't it take a turn for the worse bit of lunch before we get to that how hot has it been today going to take a guess we'll all get the wrong I said look at sleep again.
BBC Radio Scotland
21 hours
did stores in Aberdeen and Dundee over the next 10 weeks customers who don't bring their own shopping bags full only be able to advise so cold at bags for life which caused it or ten pence is a trial by the supermarket chain to try and cut the issue of single use bags and reduce waste calendar item is a marine conservation Society of Scotland programme manager before paying Close attention to the trial we will come almost to produce plastic bag use a waist and future that list it list trial all have to be done very careful because what you'll need to test as part of the trial is and how often do heavier duty plastic carrier bags are reused funny you next President Barack Obama has visited the home of golf on his first visit to Scotland arrived in Edinburgh by private jet this morning then headed.
BBC Radio Ulster
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interior but it was created the stuff many muscles throughout you can see pictures of the House of straw on Twitter that have BBC gmu they were taken by reporter authority what's on he went to Galway to see the house for herself I just arrived outside Andy's house where he lives with his wife Freda if I donate my uh drive from the nearest town and the last heist I saw along the road was maybe you live two miles back and all around me know I can see your lots and lots of trees won't be foggy in the middle of a forest but of course in the midst of the greenery just a head is Andy's house which is a white bungalow and a red Porsche and a bright yellow Door it looks like a standard cottage but if anything But Ordinary Andy Parsonage building his house in 2015.
BBC Radio Wales
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that they were meant to be getting which was also meant to come out the salary and the IT shop me because I stupidly for everything is above board probably naively to tell us about the way the pleasure treated me eat you could say quite fairly but then that's talking help Africans were told they would say this is what happens everywhere all this is the African way but to me that that's not an excuse because of everybody just continues to use this attitude then there's no progress why should these people who are giving a service you're working not get what they need to survive not only to support themselves but just put the family when did you as an outsider begin to get the feeling that things work as they should be when I first arrived that the players work with.
BBC Radio Wales
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Anastacia one of those protesters killed the band which would get out from our private property I want to pass a law which violates a constitutional rights and fat with a Polish property right we have something we thought was hours but they tell us this is not really so I can the 60s and 70s disable 10000 identical five four buildings all over the years I saw it was a massive undertaking designed to fill the shortfall of housing after the ravages of World War II and rapid urbanisation of Fulham last 40 years and all over Russia never arrived the colours on a concrete panels faded the rules leaked pipework rusted out with David Lloyd Cher.
BBC Radio 4
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and I was also an arrest made and activity up at a property there so Greater Manchester Police are saying that their investigation has made progress and that they've made significant arrests what do we know about the tracing of the final movement of the suicide bomber someone a baby we know he arrived in the United Kingdom last Thursday week ago he travelled originally from Libya via Istanbul and Dusseldorf the both of those cities were just Transit cities in his journey we believe and we also believe that in the time before the bombing at the Manchester arena he spent time with a flat in central Manchester and it appears to be that stuff.
BBC Radio Scotland
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if I just started a few minutes ago there a few people not arrived so I think we're just on hold for that and then they're all going to walk across to the Hydro for the bigger than enjoying the fans there so we need people come out his vip's come out of this building the Crowne Plaza tel and meet that what they're going to get in golf that's so many Celtic fans yet it really is a terrific out with her sister would you start time tonight and Soul II Soul these people going to the Hydro is it is it just a Souza concert from Road in the Bay City Rollers all the rest of the speeches as well you know that speeds around former Celtic managers I hear that question and answer session Martin O'Neill's going to be at the current Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers is appearing here tonight he speaks so fond of the Lisbon lions and employees have had in his life is a big fat man of course I love you lots of players past and present tomboy model McLeod I just want baby.
BBC Radio Scotland
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is Scotland's with Graham Stuart a reminder that says sports zone to see you at 6:30 tonight on medium wave and also on digital radio and of course there we are celebrating and their commemorating the Lisbon Lions Triumph all those years ago and the big celebration taking place across the BBC Studios know the size of River Clyde tonight Snow report so Kenny MacIntyre is there was handing Kenny tonight's weather Stockton has just arrived so Rod Stewart just come out of a taxi right in front of a grad a quick word with them but you wouldn't an interview promise me the back about 10 minutes or so some on the whole chia Graham city of a get the gate money of course is a big Celtic final the Lisbon Lions are very very close to handle all you tonight Jim take speaking to media right now back the old metal lots of selfies with fans going to be a great night you say that that that expecting someone the reach.
BBC Radio Scotland
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Britain is on its highest level of alert because the police are trying to establish if there is still an imminent threat today there was a sense that they were making progress Greater Manchester Police said it found items relevant to the bomb plot there are suggestions a baby arrived in the UK from Istanbul use the city centre flat as a base have full knowledge of what it was about to do and didn't act on behalf of anyone else the focus remains on his links to Islamic dissidence in Libya president trump has Condemned the American league of British police intelligence to the US media as deeply troubling speaking at a meeting meeting in Brussels he said the culprit should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of a law Theresa May said she would discuss the issue with the president we have a special relation.
BBC Radio Ulster
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but I don't think that's going to be in place in two years time it's going to be a two-way thing is going to be just as bad for good move and save as it is for a good movie north and realise there are concerns but ultimately I can't you know late really lose any sleep over head of it because it's out of my control brand reverses into a bay of the Monaghan plant with more than 25000 litres of raw milk on board over in the office let Patrick's chief executive officer of Gabriel Dorothy admits a plan de Dieu northern planter Dr Garvin before brexit was a reality no I just landed it couldn't have arrived at a better time all of our milk in the Republic of Ireland we have prices in capacity to deal with the wrong with that cost.
BBC Radio Scotland
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yes she I think in many ways Redefined the role of an activist first lady as I think she really arrived in that position in the office so pretty that distinct contrast to the current first lady and I don't think there's any believe that either I'm sure Laura Brock Obama are going to shy away from the things that they may be required I cared about that that is 8 years thank you very much speaking to a substation box there from the political research group PS Vita 95fm 810 medium wave and on digital radio BBC Radio Scotland.
BBC Radio Wales
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didn't actually materialized so you thought you had a scholarship to study in Italy but again your path was not straightforward what happened when you arrived in Italy Apple iPhone Angela people live off the plane was late and I miss your mission test then the day after I arrived the person who was responsible for my scholarship had a heart attack and died without leaving any record of me and the other two scholarship students from Congo then we arrived we didn't know where to go we spend the first night at a hotel when we got a mortgage we didn't have much money are clotting to begin with but after that we had nothing the only contact we had in Rome was a priest and we tried to find him we went to the convent where he was paying.
BBC Radio Wales
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macaron banners some of which red trump not welcome during his campaign for the white house with the trump and good many Belgians by describing Brussels has a hellhole the US president arrived from Rome where he had body described as an inspirational audience with Pope Francis at the Vatican a man in the United States that has been freed from prison after spending more than half is Life behind bars for a Murder that he didn't commit Sean Thomas from Philadelphia was a teenager when he was jailed 24 years ago for killing a business man he's always maintained his Innocence after being exonerated and released he said he felt no animosity because life is too short for that his lawyer worked on the case for free for more than 8 years to secure Mr Thomas's release.
BBC Radio Wales
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government protests in one place you said riot police fire tear gas canisters at close range killing a 21 year old student feel sick and and the increasing use of military tribunals to try protesters that was kind of beer at home Stuart McIntosh in London with the latest world news from the BBC American officials say a US Navy Destroyer has conducted what's been described as a freedom of navigation operation near disputed islands in the South China Sea it's the first such operations since Donald Trump became president and is aimed at challenging Chinese attempts to control that part of the South China Sea which has busy shipping lanes 1000th of demonstrators of March to the Belgian capital Brussels after president trump arrived in talks with EU and NATO leaders the protest.
BBC Radio Wales
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haven't I was nervous when I arrived what is it is it came to do it I felt I felt strangely calm and it and it was a calm and strong mood Inn in the square and I thought to myself that have all the changes people facing Manchester day this is a monster least of them and I tried to take my inspiration from from the Gathering and to remain Carlos little bit worried that my voice make crack and I miss you my mum who lost a few years ago in a poem and if I was going to go out with at the moment because I got past that I have a moment now and then you know I meant to be proud that people think it is it's not the right now and there anything to be speaking to people I'm a car wash cost mention the moment I think something holding me and then I felt like I needed yesterday that monks the other messages we actually celebrated to talk about it has been a great success remember why.
BBC Radio Scotland
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at what time will using kids that's just like your settings to Mr. We will still be going to concerts we will still be messing and large public things like to see you tonight alone in any today in other news Marks and Spencer has reported a 64% fall in its pre-tax profits last year 2 176 million lbs the retailer assessor Decline and clothing sales and the costs of opening new food stores were partly to blame a president trump has arrived at the Vatican and Rome for an Audience with one of his most outspoken critics Pope Francis the meeting is the centerpiece of the final leg of the president's first foreign tourists BBC with.
BBC Radio Wales
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what is somewhere away if we got 6 weeks to plan for it but that subject has been neutered locally and we are in those discussion so I can't say where they will definitely happen or not but I know that is already decided it's been raised and we need to look at it seriously if if we're serious about taking the safety of our Hyde Park concert goes into account I was just something we do do do what would you say that like a security after an event is the loophole that's been exploited here by by the suicide bomber I am I just comfortable texting again everywhere I went as we arrived those huge security as we left there was a little and I think you raise a very interesting and valid point it's to an airport at 2 after major events it's to Worldwide house.
BBC Radio Ulster
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the score more than 100 million points in lawyers fees president trump has arrived at the Vatican in Rome for an Audience with Pope Francis one of its most outspoken critic rating is the centerpiece of the final leg of the president's first foreign to her daughter break editor Jon Sopel reports it's hard to think of two more contrasting characters from Pope Francis and president trump won the Jesuit his mate it's mission the Champion League of the poor and dispossessed the other the property developer who's champions getting rich I know this will be there first meeting we've already started during the election the Pope on a visit to the Mexican us border said the people who only think of building walls instead of bridges weren't Christian Donald Trump described as comments is disgraceful and excuse the pun test of being up all of the Mexican government today both there will be seeking to find common ground.
BBC Radio Scotland
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Devon Communities but we're not here for signing on to get that I can see you at all Souls everyone from every background standing together uploading support in each other so I don't think that's what the messages stringer was leader of Manchester City Council at the time of the Arndale Centre bombing by the IRA 21 years ago when a huge 1500 kilo shop from exploded injury 200 uses the City or draw on the same kind of resilient it showed back then in 1996 by I think I left answering around here and you can see if people here in Albert Square we had a group of six just arrived at a people of all religions and ethnic backgrounds and I think what it teaches us is Sue increase Star level of tolerance for people have different lira.
BBC Radio Scotland
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David is a city you know well what have you been your impression since you arrived there yesterday.
BBC Radio Ulster
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boot start to change we are expecting a bit of a breakdown as we head towards the start of the bank holiday weekend with a cold front leaving in off Atlantic know if there are uncertainties about the timing but it could arrived in parts of the word perhaps later on Friday and Friday night Saturday that's when it will start to move across as well so I would like to see some of those are going to be turning somebody as well as it starts to break down and I'm using it also introduce a fresh air for the bank holiday weekend but at least for Sunday and bank holiday Monday deals let me lead Ryan should brighten up today and Clyde out there this morning so it's not exactly yeah sunshine Eatery at the moment but it is dry and it's already pretty one 14 15 degrees and as we go through the date possibly want to shout in the afternoon but you'll be unlucky to catch those that should stay dry and through the afternoon into the evening hopefully.
BBC Radio Ulster
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visage recovered by detectives at the last census right now flying into cried for sale after the concert at the paper also reporting am distressing interview with that woman the name of Kim Vick he has slowly regaining of sensors after the bomb detonated just behind her blood bit everywhere she so traumatized teenager alone and in need of help she's such a phantasy Farah daughter and granddaughter when she came across the globe living with shrapnel wounds husband film sets through the dead bodies for their family misses sexy 54 refuse to leave a teenager side and tender swear words for an hour before the paramedics arrived a long blonde hair with Trevor that sends two plastic bag melted into her hair she said lord of us coming over my face of the girls the girls and Phil said he would look for Sasha and tell me and I will look after this little girl yes.
BBC Radio Scotland
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all breathing out today but we're strong and we will back the police 100% in finding out who was responsible for this and we will support them in doing that at the same time we won't let this active extremism Divide Us one from another the other will those he will like to make it all the responsibility of the insulin community well I'm afraid that that is wrong this is an extremist that the person who did it in no more represents the Muslim community in the person who killed Jo Cox represent the white Christian Community it's an active extremism of people need to remember that all time Andy Burnham at they have a good Morning Scotland supporter David Allison is in Manchester for that this morning David you arrived yesterday in Manchester is a city isn't it that you know well how did it seem yesterday.
BBC Radio Wales
3 days
when is the most difficult profession in Turkey today and every point every day every journalist every Academy in Turkey knows that because of a poem because of an article unlawful or even a tweet we can get into trouble so easily we can be food we can be almost lynched and social media which can be put on trial may be detained or or excitable in prison so what I'm trying to say is when we arrived we have this knowledge at the back of our minds as a result there's a lot of self-censorship which is a subject that we find very difficult to talk about because it's embarrassing yourself sensing we need to face this was asking you to fiction I never self censor because not because of any other thing but because they are.