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Presented by John Carnochan, Detective Chief Superintendent out of touch and out of this debate.

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John stats are great and feckless is great but get to the fuck points you fkn muppet
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Press regulation: Scotland's party leaders to decide




In Scotland, Lord McCluskey was asked to look at the Leveson Inquiry report

 

Leaders of Scotland's main political parties will decide on Thursday whether to back press regulation plans.

The Scottish government has suggested a number of amendments to the UK government's proposed royal charter to make it compliant with Scots law.

These include an addition on "appropriate respect" for people who have recently died.

It follows complaints about press treatment from the family of murdered Glasgow teenager Diane Watson.

The 16-year-old was stabbed to death at school by another girl in 1991.

Her mother Margaret Watson told the Leveson Inquiry into press ethics that her son Alan killed himself 18 months later after reading derogatory articles about his dead sister.

Scottish Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop told MSPs on Holyrood's Culture committee that she had asked for a reference to be added which gives appropriate respect in dealing with those who have recently died.

Mrs Watson had earlier told the committee she was looking for her daughter's reputation to be reinstated.

"Examined carefully"

Lord McCluskey, who produced a report on press regulation in Scotland after the Leveson Inquiry, has criticised the UK government's plans for an independent regulator via a royal charter.

He warned MSPs earlier this month that using a royal charter to regulate the press would set a "wonderful example to Putin and Mugabe and other dictators".

Holyrood's education and culture committee is examining what the royal charter could mean in practice in Scotland.

First Minister Alex Salmond said the UK government's agreed plans for press regulation should be


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26-11-2012 - 26-11-2013

Ray Burdis, left, won the Audience Award for The Wee Man

BAFTA Scotland 2013: Paul Ferris absent as The Wee Man wins audience award

RAY BURDIS, who directed the film based on Ferris' life, picked up the award at the Radisson Hotel in Glasgow.

Glasgow gangster Paul Ferris 

Celebrity gangster Paul Ferris slams underworld enforcer William Lobban for trying to cash in on one of Scotland's most infamous unsolved murders

MEDIA-SAVVY Ferris claimed Lobban is "well out of touch" as he tried to lift the lid on the slaying of petty crook Paul Hamilton.

Arthur Thompson gangster 

Gangland enforcer revelations: McGraw handed me a gun and told me to take out The Godfather

IN day two of our exclusive series reformed crook William Lobban lifts the lid on another chapter of Glasgow gang horror in his sensational new book The Glasgow Curse: My Life in the Criminal Underworld.

Arthur Thompson Snr 

Gangland enforcer reveals how Arthur Thompson Snr was the man behind Paul Hamilton murder mystery

WILLIAM LOBBAN said the Godfather had never forgiven Hamilton for giving an alibi to Paul Ferris, the man cleared of murdering his son, Arthur jnr, in August 1991.

Martin Compston

BAFTA Scotland: Martin Compston in running for best actor and Scots filmmaker Paul Wright up for best writer and best director for Those in Peril

THE BAFTA S Scotland awards, which celebrates the cream of Scottish talent, will take place in Glasgow on Sunday November 17.

Ryanair yob David Hutchison was target

Drunken yob removed from Ryanair flight was target of Ferris family gangland murder

DAVID HUTCHISON, one of the passengers removed from the flight, was the intended victim of a revenge murder that left his innocent 15-year-old brother Jason dead.

Paul Ferris and Martin Compston 

Paul Ferris movie director fails to see the irony as he blames box office flop on piracy criminals

THE film The Wee Man, based on gangster Paul Ferris, netted just half a million pounds at the box office and producers have been hit with a further blow as pirated copies of the DVD have appeared online before the official release.

 
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BAFTA shortlists Scottish schoolboy for his portrayal of a young Paul Ferris in the film The Wee Man

DANIEL Kerr says it feels amazing to be nominated for the award- he's up against 30 other nominees.

Paul Ferris

Murder victim's widow reveals she 'loathes' Paul Ferris as she breaks silence on husband's killing

PAUL HAMILTON, 35, was on his way to collect money that he was owed by Paul Ferris when he was gunned down behind the wheel of his car in November 1993.

Paul Ferris 

Alleged victim of Paul Ferris reveals his agony 28 years after underworld shooting left him with long-term health issues

THE 62-year-old has been left suffering from skin condition psoriasis and arthritis in his hip following the traumatic shooting, during a walk home from Riddrie to Blackhill.

Paul Ferris

Fury as gun-runner Paul Ferris is poster-boy for gangster advert on city underground

FERRIS' picture promoting the BBC-produced 'British Gangsters: Faces of the Underworld' will loom over passengers on Glasgow’s Subway - but both Celtic and Rangers stopped the posters appearing in their matchday programmes.


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Everyone who is the subject of an online news item debate such as music artist, actors, films, celebrities, the Royal family and in some unfortunate cases just your normal person who uses the internet to interact with others only become a victim of someone operating with the CKWS (Computer keyboard warrior syndrome) on their social media sites or online news forums will encounter a bad review. Here are some ways to address the issue when it happens.You cannot pick and choose who reads about you on public forums, blog posts, tweets and Facebook and in most cases posting a reply in a way will serve to neutralize a few negative issues.

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 A thorough response to constructive criticism will go further than responding to idiotic comments and showing you are attentive to the information that you are reading. (CKWS) recognise that negative reviews try to add to the authenticity to an online profiler, which can be further from the truth than he/she may well think. They may also have hidden agendas or others to appease by the negativity of their comments.With a thoughtful response to these simple exercises in reply, but avoid stooping to the level of Internet trolls trading blows comment by-comment.In life, we often remember negative experiences more vividly than positive ones. The same goes for bogus information posted online which has no substance other than a personal dig at you, personal dig at what team you support and the bile that spews from that we all know it so well.
 Your highly regarded news/sport/film item can be overshadowed by a few unhappy scribes. Positive reviews are a part of doing a good job, and a getting right up the noses of not only the unhappy scribes by posting a valid response.

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Half of people believe the Scottish Government is spending too much public cash on independence

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Newspapers love a good crime story like no other, and there was a healthy rubbing together of hands earlier this year when Paul Ferris, 37, was freed from prison after a seven-year sentence for gun-running. He had always been happy to speak to the press, and when he told them this time he was leaving behind his life of crime for a new calling as a novelist, there were suppressed hoots of derision. [eek][rofl]


(Now 12 years later have the "hoots of derision" died down into an awkward silence?)[comp][thumb]


http://www.scotsman.com/news/it-s-all-over-big-man-1-505622

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