Beatles legend Sir Paul McCartney has joined the tributes to Joe Cocker, the singer who died today at the age of 70.
Sir Paul said:
Police Scotland has confirmed that eight people are now receiving treatment for their injuries following a bin lorry crash in Glasgow.
Officers earlier confirmed six people had died following the incident:
Joe Cocker, who has died aged 70, was awarded the OBE in 2007 for his services to music.
The award was in recognition of a long musical career that also included a Grammy award in 1983 for 'Up Where We Belong', the duet Cocker performed with Jennifer Warnes.
The track is well known for featuring on the soundtrack for the film 'An Officer and a Gentleman'.
Singer Joe Cocker has died aged 70, following a battle with lung cancer.
He became famous the world over for hits such as 'Up Where We Belong' and his cover of the Beatles classic 'With A Little Help From My Friends'.
ITV News Correspondent Lewis Vaughan-Jones reports on the singer's remarkable life.
Talks aimed at breaking political deadlock in Northern Ireland are heading towards their conclusion.
The crisis could threaten the future of devolution in the region unless a deal is reached by the end of today.
ITV News Reporter Marc Mallett reports from Belfast.
Glasgow has been rocked by today's fatal bin lorry crash, which comes just over a year since a police helicopter crashed into the city's Clutha Vaults bar, killing 10 people.
ITV News Scotland Correspondent Debi Edward reports from the scene in George Square:
Joe Cocker's agent has said it will be "impossible" to fill the space left by the singer's death.
Barrie Marshall told the BBC that Cocker was "simply unique" and "it will be impossible to fill the space he leaves in our hearts."
Political figures in Scotland took to Twitter this afternoon to pay tribute to the victims of today's fatal bin lorry crash in Glasgow.
Police have confirmed that six people have died in the crash and "at least" seven people have been seriously injured.