BILLY Connolly spoke for many as he laid a bouquet of flowers at the site of the Clutha disaster last week.
TEARFUL and heart-breaking tributes were yesterday paid to the pilot killed in the Glasgow helicopter crash by his father, fiancée and friends, as the first funeral of the nine victims of the Clutha tragedy took place.
Glasgow's council leader has signalled he would accept the closure of one of two Clyde yards if workers believed it was the best way to protect Glasgow shipbuilding.
HUNDREDS of people poured into Glasgow's city centre on Friday night for a memorial service celebrating the life of Nelson Mandela.
Moving tributes have been paid to the pilot killed in the Glasgow helicopter crash as around 700 mourners attended his funeral.