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Glasgow Airport is operating a normal service, although there are still some delays and cancellations. Passengers are advised to check with their airline before leaving.
@gla_airport is open and operating a normal service. However delay/cancellation still expected following this morning's bad weather.
Strong winds overnight have blown down scaffolding in Princess Victoria Street, Clifton, Bristol. The road is currently closed. No one has been injured.
Giving evidence on the fifth day of her former personalassistant's fraud trial, Nigella Lawson said of Francesca Grillo "there was some element of the fantasist" with her.
The celebrity cook said Ms Grillo had a "good gig" and described her as "the cleaner who never had to clean."
Ms Lawson also said that sometimes her former husband Charles Saatchi was "in a bad mood", so Ms Grillo was "frightened" of asking him for any cash she might have needed to pay out.
The extremely strong winds we saw in the western Scotland this morning have now arrived in the East.
ITV News' Scotland Correspondent Debi Edward reports from Prestonpans on Scotland's east coast:
Michael Adebolajo told police day after the attack that MI5 could give them his home address as they'd visited him earlier this year.
Police found laptop in defendants' car & material in garage at Adebolajos father's house about Jihad & martyrdom incl by Anwar al-Awlaki.
Scottish Hydro Electric Power Distribution says that some 48,000 homes and businesses are still without power in Scotland, although its engineers have restored power to some 33,000 properties.
The following areas are still affected by blackouts:
- Argyll and West - 12,000
- Highland - 10,000
- North East - 9,000 Orkney - 202
- Orkney - 202
- Shetland - 360
- Tayside and Callander - 16,000
- Western Isles - 1,100
The headteacher of the nursery where nine-month-old Millie Thompson suffered a fatal choking incident described the inquest's ruling of Misadventure as "comforting" but does not alter the fact staff at the school "continue to miss her and think of her family every day."
– Ramillies Hall School principal Diana Patterson
While today's outcome is comforting in that it confirms our understanding that we did everything we could to save Millie, it doesn't alter the fact that she's no longer with us and we'll continue to miss her and think of her family every day.
This has been a devastating time for everyone involved and we would like to thank our parents, past and present, as well as the local community for all of their words of support and comfort which have helped sustain our dedicated nursery team, who've been heartbroken by Millie's loss.
A severe weather warning for strong winds remains in place for many areas this afternoon.
There will be gales and damaging gusts of around 80mph leading to further disruption in the next few hours as well of a risk of structural damage.
It will be particularly windy across trans-Pennine routes and bridges - debris on the road and rail will bring further delays.
Large, dangerous waves have led to ferry crossings being suspended and the combination of strong winds and high tides in the North Sea will lead to a flood risk along the east coasts.
There will be rain drifting across southern Britain, easing as it goes. Behind the rain much colder, clearer air will sink in.