The search for a missing London hillwalker has entered its second day in a remote part of Scotland.
Kyle Knox, 23, was reported missing yesterday afternoon after failing to return to his hotel in Fort William.
He was last seen at around 10am on Monday at the start of the route up Ben Nevis.
Searches of the area were carried out last night and Lochaber Mountain Rescue met at 8am today to continue the search.
- Mr Knox is described as 5ft 10in, of slim build with dark hair
- He was wearing dark waterproof trousers, walking boots and a jacket with red flashes on it
On this day in 1923 the Flying Scotsman locomotive began hauling scheduled services between London and Scotland.
The mother of three-year-old Mikaeel Kular, whose disappearance led to a community-wide search in Scotland, will appear in court in Edinburgh today.
Rosdeep Kular, 33, has been previously charged with a murder and with an attempt to defeat the ends of justice.
An estimated 10,000 beer cans have been cleared from Trafalgar Square during an "almighty clean-up" after kilt-clad Scottish football fans descended on it ahead of last night's match against England.
While Scotland suffered a 3-2 defeat in the friendly game, Westminster City Council said it triumphed over litter, as well as finding "one or two weary Scotsmen" still in the square this morning.
The council began the clean-up operation at 6.30pm yesterday with a team of 20 workers, and it was being completed at 8.30am this morning - clearing an estimated two tonnes of beer cans.
Trucks that hold 18 tonnes of rubbish, street sweepers and small cleaning buggies were all involved in the operation.
The two teams met for the first time this century at Wembley Stadium last night, and thousands of Scotland supporters travelled to London for the match.
Scottish fans - sporting kilts, big grins and the odd ginger wig - covered walls with the blue and white Saltire flag in the shadow of Nelson's Column.
Washing-up liquid was added to the water in the fountains as the supporters spent the day partying.
The Metropolitan Police said there were two arrests at the match - one for drunk and disorderly behaviour and the other for public disorder.
A fan was also arrested for drunkenly dancing naked in a fountain in Trafalgar Square yesterday afternoon.
A Scotland fan has been arrested for being drunk and disorderly after allegedly dancing naked in a fountain in Trafalgar Square.
A Metropolitan police spokesman said: "At approximately 3.20pm today police arrested a 23-year-old man for being drunk and disorderly after he was spotted dancing naked in the fountain at Trafalgar Square. He was taken to Charing Cross police station where he remains in custody."
Scottish football supporters have descended on Trafalgar Square ahead of tonight's match against England at Wembley.
Thousands of Scotland fans have gathered in Trafalgar Square ahead of tonight's friendly match against England at Wembley.