Hello and welcome to this evening’s top stories.
Headlines include three children rushed to hospital after being struck by car, paedophile teacher who molested 14-year-old as well as all the updates from today’s 2021 budget.
Here are the top stories to keep you up to date.
Three children rushed to hospital after being struck by car on Scots road
Three children have been rushed to hospital after being hit by a car in South Lanarkshire this afternoon.
Emergency services rushed to the scene on James Street at its junction with Kirkton Street, at around 3:07pm following reports of a serious accident.
Paedo teacher who molested pupil, 14, told pals ‘horny boys flirt with me in class’
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Glasgow George Square Christmas market cancelled as organisers issue statement
This year’s Christmas Market at George Square in Glasgow has been cancelled, just days after it announced it’s return for 2021.
Market Place Europe, who has previously run the event, issued the update explaining they have had to cancel this year’s upcoming event due to experiencing difficulties accessing the site.
Budget 2021: Five things Scots need to know and how it will affect you
Rishi Sunak delivered his autumn financial statement to MPs in the House of Commons and made some big spending promises.
From freezing fuel duty to increasing the tax on long haul flights, there is something in the Budget for everyone across the country.
Walter Smith tributes engulf gates at Ibrox as outpouring of grief continues after iconic manager’s death
Fans have come to pay their respect’s following Sir Walter’s death.
A sea of flowers, scarves, shirts and flags were laid the entrance to the Govan stadium after it was confirmed the Scottish football icon had passed away at the age of 73.
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