Live BBC Scotland Live: Updates from across Scotland on Thursday 26 June 2014

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STANDARD 09:00 Welcome

Marianne Taylor, BBC Scotland news

Good morning and welcome to Scotland Live, your minute-by-minute guide to the day's news, sport, weather and travel across Scotland.

We want to hear your views throughout the day - tweet us using #ScotlandLive, email us at and text us at 80295.

STANDARD 09:02 Morning call

Louise White, Presenter, Morning Call

The right to buy your council house to be abolished in Scotland. Do you welcome the move or are you sad to see it go - and what challenges now for people waiting to get on the social housing ladder?

Plus, do we take addiction to pain-killers seriously enough? The lines are open now - call 0500 92 95 00 or text us on 80295.

STANDARD 09:07 Weather update

Gillian Smart, BBC Scotland Weather Presenter

Dry and bright for most today with the best of the sunshine in the north west especially across Argyll, the north west Highlands and the Western Isles. Cloudy with patchy rain in the south west. Cool and breezy around North Sea coasts and over the Northern Isles. Temperatures peaking at 20C in the best of the sunshine towards Argyll.

See a full forecast here.

STANDARD 09:18 Scotland's Front Pages

The news that six-time Olympic champion Sir Chris Hoy is expecting his first child with his wife Sarra makes the front page of the Daily Record and the Herald, while the Scotsman reports that Prime Minister David Cameron's comments on his former advisor Andy Coulson almost lead to the collapse of the phone hacking hearing.

Elsewhere the Scottish Daily Mail claims that a new report has found that fruit juice could pose a health risk to children.

Papers: 26 June

You can read more about the news making Scotland's front pages in our daily paper review.

STANDARD 09:22 Right to buy

Louise White, Presenter, Morning Call

We've got Scottish housing minister Margaret Burgess on Morning Call at the moment. She says Right to Buy has "had its day". Do you agree? Call us on 0500 92 95 00 or text us on 80295. Listen live here.

STANDARD 09:26 Stubbs Aims To Serve

Defending Wimbledon champion Andy Murray has tipped new Hibs manager Alan Stubbs to be a success at his boyhood heroes.

Andy Murray (left) and Alan Stubbs

However, Murray believes "it will be tough" for Stubbs to guide the Edinburgh outfit back up to the Premiership at the first time of asking...

For the rest of our Scottish football and sporting chatter, read our gossip column here.

TWEET 09:30 Pedestrians on M9

Traffic Scotland

tweets: Central: Reports of pedestrians in the central reservation of the #M9 between Bannockburn and Craigforth. Drive with care.

STANDARD 09:34 Queen's Baton Relay

The Queen's Baton Relay moves through Fife visiting Dunfermline, Inverkeithing, Glenrothes and the villages of the East Neuk. It'll then head into Anstruther before finishing for the day in St. Andrews.

QBR route

If you fancy going along to cheer on the runners you will be able to see them at the following times.

09.35 Dalgety Bay 10.40 Aberdour 11.25 Burntisland

11.45 Kinghorn 12.15 Kirkcaldy 12.50 Glenrothes 14.05 Falkland 15.00 Freuchie

15.20 Cupar 16.15 Leven 16.50 Pittenweem 17.00 Anstruther 18.10 St Andrews

Don't forget you can watch live footage of the Baton's journey on the BBC News website.

STANDARD 09:41 Your photos

Raymond Lenkas from Inverness sent us this beautiful photograph of the sun setting on the shorefront in Arderseir.

Raymond Lenkas

We're always looking for pictures for our weekly online gallery. You can send us your pictures via email and we'll feature the best shots every Friday.