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The top stories on the Daily Record website today includes: PE teacher accused of having sex with pupil latest, Met Office snow warning and four men jailed after execution of dad.
Here are the main headlines from Wednesday.
Scots teacher accused of having sex with pupil was ‘shimmying up and down on him on dancefloor’
A PE teacher accused of having sex with one of her pupils on prom night was spotted “shimmying up and down” against the boy in the hours before she allegedly went to bed with him.
Melissa Tweedie, 27, is alleged to have partied with pupils at Glasgow’s SWG3 nightclub before going back to a Premier Inn hotel with an 18-year-old pupil.
The General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTCS) heard earlier this week that Tweedie, who was 23 at the time, kissed the boy in a hotel room before having sex with him in June 2017.
She has since left her job at Paisley’s Glennifer High School and now teaches yoga in Dubai.
READ MORE: Scots teacher accused of having sex with pupil was ‘shimmying up and down on him on dancefloor’
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Met Office issues snow yellow weather alert across Scotland as 4 inches to fall today
Snow and wind yellow weather warnings for Scotland have been issued by the Met Office.
The Met Office warning for snow comes into force at 4pm on Wednesday afternoon and is to remain in place until 11am on Thursday morning.
Forecasters expect winter showers to fall to low levels this evening with heavy showers in areas above 200m.
The caution stretches from northern Scotland to the central belt with Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow amongst the areas likely to see flurries of the white stuff.
READ MORE: Met Office issues snow yellow weather alert across Scotland as 4 inches to fall today
Kenny Reilly murder trial sees four men jailed for life after being found guilty of executing Glasgow dad
Four members of a crime gang who carried out the cold blooded execution of a man on a city street were each jailed for life today for the fatal gun attack.
Morton Eadie, his son Darren Eadie, Ross Fisher and John Kennedy were sentenced to minimum terms of imprisonment totaling 94 years for the shooting of Kenny Reily in Maryhill, in Glasgow in 2018.
Kennedy, 41, was ordered to serve at least 26 years for the assassination,
Darren Eadie, 30, for 24 years and Morton Eadie, 56, and Fisher, 30, were each ordered to serve 22 years before they can seek release on parole.
READ MORE: Kenny Reilly murder trial sees four men jailed for life after being found guilty of executing Glasgow dad
Boris Johnson faces fresh Downing Street partygate claims as he is pictured with bottle of fizz
Boris Johnson is facing fresh accusation of breaching covid rules after a picture emerged of the Prime Minister with an open bottle of bubbly.
The image obtained by the Daily Mirror shows the Prime Minister flanked by three members of staff, one wearing tinsel and another a Santa hat, at the event on December 15, 2020
On the desk in front of him – from where he read out quiz questions to teams across the building – is what appears to be champagne and a half-eaten packet of crisps.
Johnson was accused of personally breaking Covid laws by hosting the festive event after the Mirror revealed last year that it had taken place.
READ MORE: Boris Johnson faces fresh Downing Street partygate claims as he is pictured with bottle of fizz
Scots mum reduced to tears after ‘rude’ cafe owner tells toddlers to quieten down
A Scots mum claims she was reduced to tears after a hamilton café owner humiliated her when he ‘rudely’ asked her toddler to quieten down.
Stacey Jane was enjoying an afternoon out at Cafe Crema, in Cadzow Street, with her two-year-old are Charlie, her friend Elaine and her son Moss, also two, when the incident occurred yesterday.
Mum-of-one Stacey, told the Daily Record their lunch was cut short when a male member of staff approached their table and asked the two kids to quieten down so others could enjoy their lunch.
READ MORE: Scots mum reduced to tears after ‘rude’ café owner tells toddlers to quieten down