Scottish first minister vows not to beaten by terrorists
Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond today vowed that the country would not be beaten by terrorists.
He praised the efforts of the emergency services in the wake of the car bomb attack on Glasgow airport.
And he insisted Scotland had been prepared to deal with a terrorist attack.
Speaking at Glasgow Airport, after visiting the scene of the attack, a defiant Mr Salmond said, "My job is to get Scotland back on its feet and make sure it doesn't affect in any way the Scottish economy."