European migrants will be banned from claiming a range of benefits for the first four years after they arrive in the UK, under radical immigration reforms set out by David Cameron.
Among those expected to contribute at a service at Glasgow Cathedral to mark the first anniversary of the Clutha helicopter crash with be
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Bernard Higgins, Assistant Chief Constable of Police Scotland, and Reverend Gordon Armstrong, Chaplain of the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service.
Dr Neil Dignon, Consultant in Emergency Medicine at Glasgow Royal Infirmary, and several church leaders are also due to speak.
Avon and Somerset Police have confirmed that the missing 15-year-old Jessica Buttigieg has been found safe and well.
She was found in the Weston-super-Mare area. She went missing on Tuesday morning.
In an emotional tribute cricket Captain Michael Clarke has said Australia will retire the number 64 shirt to honour the memory of Phil Hughes.
One year on, a service will be held at Glasgow Cathedral to mark the first anniversary of the Clutha helicopter crash.
Ten people lost their lives and many more were injured when the police helicopter, a Eurocopter EC135, crashed on to the roof of the Clutha pub on November 29 last year.
High Street shops are bracing for another day of chaos with some continuing 'Black Friday' deals and discounts through Saturday and over the weekend.
Supermarket Asda launches a number of deals on products tomorrow morning at 8am, including a TV for £89, as well as discounts on tablets and games consoles.
Meanwhile, shoppers reported delays logging on to websites to chase down deals as online servers buckled under demand.
The former owner of one of Scotland's most successful clubs was greeted by a jeering crowd outside court as he stood accused of committing fraud to buy Glasgow Rangers.
The 43-year-old made no plea or declaration and was granted bail.
ITV News Scotland Correspondent Debi Edward reports:
ITV News has learned that the United Nations will miss its targets - set for this coming Monday - for controlling the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone and Liberia.
But the underlying trend in Sierre Leone, where British troops are helping attempts to stem the disease, is even more disturbing.
ITV News Reporter Lewis Vaughan-Jones reports: