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Police chief makes terror warning
Scotland will face another terrorist attack within the next few years, according to the new chief of the country's largest police force. Stephen House, 49, has taken over from Sir Willie Rae as chief constable of Strathclyde Police. Mr House said another terror attack was inevitable in Scotland and this would be taken into account in his new role. Mr House also commended the force's officers for the way they handled the Glasgow Airport attack.
Here's my prediction for what will happen in Scotland during this police chief's tenure. Considerably more people will be stabbed, shot and beaten to death in Glasgow alone than will die as a result of terrorist attacks in Scotland. So I suggest you get on with the job that is staring you in the face Mr House - combating serious crime inflicted on Scots by Scots in Scotland.