Tuesday headlines: Mum’s rat infestation nightmare as she puts cameras in daughter’s bedroom

Welcome to the Daily Record’s Tuesday briefing.

The top stories you need to know today include one Scots mum’s rat infestation nightmare, plus a woman seen ‘covered in blood’ outside flats in Springburn where the body of man was found. Read on for what you need to know from Nicola Sturgeon’s Covid update today.

Here are the latest headlines from Scotland and beyond today.

Mum’s rat infestation nightmare as she puts cameras in daughter’s bedroom with rodents taking over Ayrshire house

Louise Gunning is determined to k

A worried Ayrshire mum has been forced to install motion sensitive cameras in her wee daughter’s bedroom — so she can keep a sharp lookout for rats.

Louise Gunning said she’s been forced to employ the desperate measures to keep two-year-old Leah safe, as the rodents run riot in her rented property.

Part time care assistant Louise revealed how she keeps a nightly watch on the cameras — as the rats sneak in and out of her Rankinston home.

Now she is demanding action from the landlord Shire Housing, who she says have let her down with their preventative measures to keep the rodents out.

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Woman ‘covered in blood’ seen outside Springburn flats where body of man found

Young Terrace, Springburn

A woman was seen covered in blood outside a block of flats where police discovered the body of a man.

Paramedics and officers descended on Young Terrace in the Springburn area of ​​Glasgow at around 9.50am this morning.

A 52-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene.

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Shocked residents told of a woman seen outside in the street before emergency crews arrived at the area.

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Nicola Sturgeon Covid update – six key points from announcement today

Nicola Sturgeon delivered another Covid update to the Scottish Parliament earlier today.

During her speech, the First Minister outlined the latest 24 hour data on Covid while giving her assessment on the current Omicron situation in Scotland.

She also updated MSPs on the number of confirmed cases of BA.2, which has been dubbed “stealth Omicron”, in Scotland.

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How Phil Schofield’s life has changed in 2 years since coming out – from new home to relationship with wife

Alison Hammond stepped into Phillip's hosting shoes alongside Holly Willoughby on the ITV daytime show
Alison Hammond stepped into Phillip’s hosting shoes alongside Holly Willoughby on the ITV daytime show

On February 7, 2020, Phillip Schofield sat on the This Morning sofa and came out, live on television.

About to make the shock announcement to the nation, Phil looked tired and gaunt as he sat down with his co-host and best friend Holly Willoughby.

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Speaking to presenter Ryan Tubridy on RTÉ One’s The Late Late Show, Phil said he made the decision to “save himself” as “it got that dark”.

He shared how he traveled down to Cornwall to visit his mother, who is in her eighties, and broke the news to her.

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Top five PIP conditions providing people with up to £608 each month from the DWP

PIP is a non-mens tested and tax-free benefit
PIP is a non-mens tested and tax-free benefit

The latest figures from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) show that on October 31, 2021 there were 2.8 million people across the UK claiming support through Personal Independence Payments (PIP), with just over one in three claimants (35%) receiving the highest level of award.

Of that total, 297,213 Scots are now receiving financial support between £23.70 and £152.15 every week (£94.80 and £608.60 each month), an increase of 5,113 claimants since July.

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