A new campaign tackling rape is targeting students over the Christmas period.

Police said they were working with Edinburgh and Napier universities, among others, to educate 18 to 27-year-olds about a shift in the law and change attitudes on rape and sexual assaults.

Officers are underlining that a person incapable through drink or drugs is considered incapable to consent to sex, and that consent can be withdrawn at any time.

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Male rape is now legally classified for the first time.

Chief Superintendent Malcolm Graham from Lothian and Borders Police said: "By working with educational establishments and receiving their support, we can reach our target market and educate them about the legislation."