Sunday headlines: Scots woman’s 30 year quest to prove her dad was child killer


Welcome to the Daily Record’s Saturday briefing.

The top stories you need to know today include the Scottish woman’s 30 year campaign to prove her dad murdered a child, Davina McCall being spotted in Ayr, and how Prince Harry’s upcoming memoir could ‘shake royals to their core’.

Here are the latest headlines from Scotland and beyond today.

Scots woman spends over 30 years trying to prove her own dad was a child killer

Sandra Brown has spent more than 30 years trying to prove her own dad was a child killer.

But her persistent regret is how the body of Alexander Gartshore’s victim has never been found.

Sandra was only eight when Moira Anderson vanished without a trace in the middle of a blizzard on February 23, 1957.

But as the 65th anniversary of one of Scotland’s biggest cold-case murders approaches, the 73-year-old is more determined than ever to prove beyond any doubt that her dad was responsible for the 11-year-old schoolgirl’s abduction and death.

Read more.

Davina McCall stuns diners as The Masked Singer judge has lunch in Ayrshire restaurant

Davina McCall with staff at the Urbanist
Davina McCall with staff at the Urbanist

Davina McCall stunned diners at an Ayrshire restaurant after making a shock visit.

The Masked Singer Judge was in Kilmarnock for lunch on Tuesday leaving locals wondering why she was in town.

The 54-year-old dined at The Urbanist on London Road with staff reportedly ‘absolutely buzzing’ to meet the TV personality.

Read more.

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Truck driver left with life-changing injuries after horror crash ‘bears no malice’ towards driver

david lewis
david lewis

A truck driver left with life-changing injuries after a horror crash states that he bears no malice towards the man who was responsible and jailed.

David Lewis was driving his vehicle on an unlit stretch of road at approximately 1.50am on March 20, 2020, when a van on the wrong side of the road collided with him head on.

Both drivers needed to be cut free from the wreckage of their vehicles in Lutterworth and Mr Lewis suffered fractures to his spine, neck, rib and sternum, brain injuries, internal bleeding and optical nerve damage, Leicestershire Live reports.

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Prince Harry’s book will ‘shake royals to core’ over Camilla comments

Prince Harry is yet to congratulate his stepmother Camilla on being announced as the next Queen Consort
Prince Harry is yet to congratulate his stepmother Camilla on being announced as the next Queen Consort

Prince Harry’s revealing new book will make clear his true feelings about his stepmother Camilla and is set to “shake the monarchy to the core”, according to a friend.

The Duke of Sussex’s pals predict that the Duchess of Cornwall, unveiled by the Queen last week as the future Queen Consort, will be criticized in particular in the memoir.

He has not yet addressed the dramatic news that Camilla, 74, will in effect become the next Queen when his father Prince Charles, 73, takes the throne.

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When is the best time to take vitamin D – morning or night?

Government advice is to consider taking the supplement daily during the autumn and winter
Government advice is to consider taking the supplement daily during the autumn and winter

People across the UK are advised to take vitamin D supplements on a daily basis to support general health.

However, it is particularly helpful for bones, muscles and teeth as it helps regulate the body’s amount of calcium and phosphate.

A lack of vitamin D can often lead to bone deformities such as rickets in children and bone pain in adults caused by osteomalacia.

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George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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