BBC One Scotland
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Gary Mackay-Steven gets a shot off. That shows the importance of having the players Celtic have to create that bit of magic because goals do change games and it changes the dynamic. We talked about this earlier, is there a formula to tackle the Celtic side? We concluded that you need a plan and you need a huge slice of luck if Celtic are to be stopped.
BBC One Scotland
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This is the second half, look at the space, the gap between the deepest player and the striker. It creates space in areas for Celtic's technicians to cause problems for Hamilton.
BBC One Scotland
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That told in the first half. Look at the compactness of the side, just 17 yards between the deepest player, Donati, and the player at the top. Just checking his shoulders, that made sure Celtic didn't have the space to play in.
BBC News 24
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A double hit for some schools. It says heating turned off and clubs cancelled. This story is warring. My three girls just had a letter saying can you help us with some money? They don't have enough funding to keep their very high standards up. Trips cancelled. Possibly much bigger class sizes. I mean, one former cabinet minister says successive generations are being let down.
BBC News 24
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But of course it gets let it be very difficult because when you have your local schools, teachers having their wages being cut, that has a huge impact on people. Certain parts of the country are going to be losing out because, London, for example, there is a highlighting that London schools have good funding relative to other parts of the country.
BBC One Scotland
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Celtic miles out in front, Accies bottom of the table. Michael, they obviously arrived with a game plan but in the end it didn't work- Celtic Miles out in front. Like many teams they go to start it with a game plan and Celtic find a way to break them down. You heard about it there, they were structured, disciplined.
Sky News
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People who have been around for years. We've lost so many in recent years. It is said every generation, although you wonder if there is the same impact with politicians at the moment, big beasts, heavy hitters. They've got a bit identikit. It is of occasional thing, when I was growing up you had people who really believed in something and they often came from the parts of life that they sought to represent in the House of Commons.
BBC One Scotland
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It just takes that moment of quality, if you like. At that point the plan was working. We would have had counterattacks, opportunities, we did break forward to give us some of the best chances of the game. I was pleased with the players attitude in the first and the second half.
BBC News 24
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Maarten. Schools face a worse squeeze. This is very much a Labour story. There are cuts to come in education and rather serious ones. It is a serious problem for the government. It is a nagging headache. The Institute for Fiscal Studies, not a left-wing institute, it is independent and respected, a financial think tank.
Sky News
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When he spoke in the House of Commons people paid attention. An important Labour figure. It will be interesting to see what tributes appear. You would expect them from across the House. Is the father of the House, the longest serving MP.
BBC News 24
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People in Copeland do not like that. It is extraordinary that he cannot face up to these responsibilities. To blame the media! It is a problem. But on the other hand, you cannot always say our message would be popular if it wasn't for other distracting factors. Sometimes people understand the message factors. Sometimes people understand A front-page story.
Sky News
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Certainly although very well-known and very well-respected and an MP who has been a very powerful figure. I remember when I was a political reporter in the first few years in the House of Commons, I remember he was select committee chair, culture Secretary committee chair and he always commanded the room. It was difficult for reporters because he spoke quietly so everyone had to lean in to listen to him.
BBC News 24
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There is a fascinating quote in The Guardian. I haven't heard it elsewhere. I do my best to reach out to people, he said, but clearly, persuading our wonderful media in Britain to report on our policy would be a big achievement.
BBC News 24
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The Labour Party is in a state of flux. It does not know what it stands for. Go back to the Copeland by-election. The NHS is a clear message of the Labour Party. They are talking about maternity hospitals. That did not resonate. like what they want to do, though.
BBC One Scotland
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Sky News
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Billions upon billions of extra money going into refurbishing schools and extra money who pupils and what happened? Education didn't get any better, standards file. It's not all about money. I don't think the cuts are a good idea. However, children doing well at school doesn't seem to have much to do with how much money goes into schools. a poor child when you go to school and your educational chances are less than yours slightly wealthier colleagues.
Sky News
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Also the cost of education has gone up, kids having computers, all the technology they have to learn now. Of course kids still need notebooks and paper. The interesting thing again, the flip side of this is that under Tony Blair and Gordon Brown we saw a massive amount of money going into education.
BBC One Scotland
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It's Mackay-Steven and it's a decent effort on goal, trying to guide that into the bottom corner. Gary Woods made the save. Boyata. Moussa Dembele and a hat-trick. It's in the net and it won't count.
Sky News
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The same issues affect the NHS, people are getting older, more children are going into primary and secondary schools. We would have thought the authorities would have worked this out because when people are born, five years later they go to school! This apparently completely defeated the last government who could not cope with it.
BBC News 24
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And I speak as someone who might under different circumstances well be a Labour supporter. It is a catastrophe what is happening to the Labour Party at the moment. Jeremy Corbyn has been extremely Labour Party at the moment. Jeremy fairly capable opposition leader this government would be in better shape in this country would be in better shape.
BBC News 24
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OK, let's go to the guardian now. Jeremy Corbyn reeling, as newspapers would say. On the ropes. Here he is. The headline says gives me time to develop policies. Off you go, I just think it is extraordinary. Last week John MacDonald was blaming Tony Blair. And then the weather. Storm MacDonald was blaming Tony Blair. unbelievable failure to face up to their own responsibility.
BBC One Scotland
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Sky News
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The institute says there will be a 6.5% cut across schools which means fewer teachers, fewer books and more problems. On page four and page five of the daily Mirror, textbooks not being replaced as quickly, education chiefs head lice checks, cameras and CCTV in some instances, they will be cutting back everywhere they can to try to keep things going on.
Sky News
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On the front of the daily Mirror, bigger class sizes and fewer teachers, that can't be good. Of course not, I was at school in the 80s and 90s, I remember things that was said then, because of two problems with the education system, firstly a new funding formula which will effectively make cuts and secondary schools have operated at a level which means that their finances so far has not kept up with inflation so they have to pay out and they don't have the cash for it.