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Top stories on the Daily Record website include: Rangers’ final Europa League police plan announced, Glasgow-Edinburgh rail line closed and police run to Glasgow ‘rammy’.
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Final Rangers Europa League ‘police plan’ announced by cops amid calls for Glasgow fan zone
Officers work on a ‘proportional preserve the order plan” to allow Rangers fans to watch the Europa League final safely amid calls for fan zones to show the game in Glasgow.
the Gers heading towards Seville after having beat RB Leipzig 3-1 in a thrilling semi-final at the Ibrox stadium on Thursday evening.
the Glasgow The team fought back from behind as early second leg goals from James Tavernier and Glen Kamara sent them on their way before John Lundstram fired a late winner.
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The Glasgow-Edinburgh line will be closed all weekend after a train derailed causing rail chaos
A Glasgow to Edinburgh The railway line is due to be closed all weekend after a train derailed from its tracks overnight.
Scot Rail alerted its customers to the issue this morning, advising them that various routes will be affected.
The supplier described the issue as an “operational incident”, which occurred between Coatbridge Sunnyside and Airdrie, North Lanarkshire.
READ MORE: Glasgow-Edinburgh line will be closed all weekend after train derailment causes rail chaos
Police rush to the ‘rammy’ in Glasgow city center as four people are arrested
Four people have been arrested following a suspected ram in Glasgow city center last night.
Police ran towards Gordon Street near Glasgow Central Station after the alarm was raised at around 4.35pm on Friday May 6.
Officers cordoned off a section of the street following the alleged disturbances.
READ MORE: Police rush to ‘rammy’ in Glasgow city center as four people are arrested
Vladimir Putin’s warning as he displays a 50-tonne missile capable of hitting the UK in minutes
Vladimir Poutine asserted its military supremacy and its arsenal of nuclear weapons in a frightening new threat to the West.
The RS-24 Yars thermonuclear ballistic missile was displayed during rehearsals for Russia’s Victory Day parade on Saturday, with the weapon passing in front of rows of armed soldiers on a 16 wheeler.
Experts fear the missile, which weighs nearly 50 tonnes, could be capable of carrying up to 10 warheads as they watched it parade through Red Square in preparation for Monday’s event.
READ MORE: Vladimir Putin’s warning as he displays 50-tonne missile capable of hitting UK in minutes
Tot left hours to death loses fingers and toes after developing rash
A toddler who developed a horror rash is about to lose his fingers and toes – but doctors to say that his illness could have been fatal if not for his mother’s instinct and quick thinking.
Zoe Walne, 37, says her son Teddie, 17 months, was himself ‘normally energetic and mischievous’ the day before he woke up with a mysterious red mark on his head, mirror reports .
Later the mom of four left partner Duncan Stewart, 39, at his home in Burnley, Lancashire, and went to meet his mother for a walk on Easter Sunday.
READ MORE: Tot left hours to death loses fingers and toes after developing rash