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You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeTHE family of missing Scott Diver have launched an emotional appeal on behalf of his father.The 16 year old has been missing for three weeks despite a number of reported sightings being sent to police.Scott was last seen at around 2:45pm on September 17, at his home in Clydebank Second Avenue.In a heartbreaking post shared on the Missing People Scotland Facebook page, Scott cousin Linzi Mullen spoke of his dad pain.She wrote: “No love is greater than that of a father for his son. These pictures say it all. Breaks my heart.”3 weeks have now passed and wee Scott is out there somewhere someone has got to have seen him!”Come home Scotty you loved missed so much!””And if you can see this your dad hurting so much misses and loves you loads.”CoronavirusAsthma sufferers warned not to wear face masks amid coronavirus pandemicThat’s the advice from experts who claim that the pieces of protective equipment can make breathing harder for 12% of Brits.Coronavirus in Scotland: No deaths for second day but spike in cases as 21 recorded overnightCoronavirusThe figures were announced by the Scottish Government this afternoon.Scots wife helps snare paedo husband after recognising penis in vile online messages JusticeHayley Dunn was horrified to discover that James Kemp had been sending sexual messages to what he believed were 12 and 13 year old girls who were actually decoy paedophile hunters.SNP minister blamed for triggering two suicide attempts by one of her employeesSNPAn aide to Economy Secretary Fiona Hyslop alleges they have “put up with 6 months of intimidation, harassment, lies and gossiping”.Nicola Sturgeon opens up about breakdown of her relationship with Alex SalmondNicola SturgeonThe First Minister said Salmond had been one the biggest presences in her life outside her family and the fallout had been “difficult”.Homes and propertyCreative mum inspired by Mrs Hinch turns tired old backyard into holiday paradiseSamantha Ashley carried on with her with incredible renovation during lockdown after her regular trip to Costa Del Sol was cancelled.Body found in search for missing Fife man Keith MacGregor as tribute paidPolice ScotlandHe was last seen in Kircaldy on Thursday..
It is okay to take her gently by the elbow, but refrain from putting your arm around her or trying to hold her hand. Guide, not pull. That is the guy who gets the girl!. You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeJackie McNAMARA is trying to blank out Dundee United’s raging civil war because he would barely get a wink of sleep otherwise.The Tannadice boss has just endured the week from hell after admitting he earned a bonus from the transfers of Stuart Armstrong, Gary Mackay Steven, Ryan Gauld and Andy Robertson after fans questioned where 500,000 had gone from the club’s coffers.To make matters worse United lost 2 1 at home to Ross County last weekend to leave them without a league win since January 24 and angry supporters also rounded on chairman Stephen Thompson for his running of the club.United were near the top of the table, still in the Scottish Cup and gearing up for a League Cup Final at Hampden when key duo Mackay Steven and Armstrong were sold to Celtic at the end of the January transfer window.But their departure has coincided with a run of just one win from 10 games, including two cup defeats to the Hoops, so the punters are up in arms.It has been a trying time for former Celtic and Scotland star McNamara who now faces a must win derby clash at Dens Park tonight as he bids to save United’s season and earn a place in Europe.And the Tannadice gaffer has made a point of ignoring the off field storm surrounding the transfers saga for fear it would keep him awake all night.Stuart Armstrong (left) and Gary Mackay Steven were sold to Celtic in JanuaryMcNamara said: “I try not to look at things because if I did I probably wouldn’t get much sleep at night.”If I looked at everything on social media and everything else what’s out there . Instead I just focus on my job and preparing the team for matches.”We’re in a results business and that’s what we’re here to do. Nothing changes that despite what has been going on.”I’m focused on what’s happening on the park rather than what’s being said off it.