All the Pre­mier­ship ac­tion

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The court pre­vi­ously heard that Hynd met Alex at a bar in Kirk­caldy and had gone back to Hynd’s house in the Fife town.

Foren­sic tox­i­col­o­gist Joanna Wylie told the jury there was co­caine in Alex’s blood and enough al­co­hol to put him at seven times the drink-drive limit.

It could have led to aggression, she added.

Mr Stewart said Hynd, who is claim­ing self-de­fence, told po­lice he had been hit on the head with a bot­tle and that he had grabbed the blade of the knife when be­ing at­tacked by it.

The Crown case has closed and the trial will re­sume on Tues­day.

Call­ing for up­grade

Google are ex­pected to un­veil their next smart­phone – de­signed to ri­val Ap­ple’s iPhone X – on Oc­to­ber 4 af­ter con­firm­ing a live event on that date.

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