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GP is banned from the road after driving at over 100mph

A DOCTOR from Appin has lost his driving licence for six months after being caught driving at more than 100 miles per hour.

At Fort William Sheriff Court on Tuesday, Stuart Cairns, of Laich Cottage, pled guilty to speeding. The offence, which saw Cairns clocked at 102.4mph when the speed limit is 60mph, took place on June 5 this year on the A82 at Loch Ba near Glencoe.

The court heard Cairns, 53, had flown into Glasgow and travelled north after visiting his three children in Somerset. His trip had been slow and when the road opened up he built up his speed and was spotted by police.

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