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Liberal Democrat leader, Nick Clegg, has publically apologised and admitted he was wrong to promise to block an increase in tuition fees. As a spoof of his apology becomes an internet sensation, Kaye Adams what you think - a brave move or too little, too late? Has it changed your opinion of the politician?

Summer is over (the wettest in a hundred years no less) and the nights are closing in, mornings growing dark and there's a chill in the air. But for some it's more than just a nuisance, it can lead to depression. For those suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder the lack of sunshine this year will have brought the winter blues early. But is it purely down to the weather, or does that just magnify the problems which are already there? Is the lack of daylight the cause or a just trigger?

And a community councillor in Elgin suggested that jeans and the smell of cigarettes in taxis did not give a 'positive ambience' to visitors to the town. A dress code for drivers is just one of the ideas put forward to help smarten the town centre up. So Kaye asks what you think, should taxi drivers where a uniform when they are out in their cabs?

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