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Residents were forced to take an hour-long detour in the dark or get a train after a Glasgow neighbourhood was locked down.

Pedestrians were supposed to be allowed access to Argyle Street and Dumbarton Road, in Finnieston, even though the roads were closed to cars.

But as the police presence grew for the exclusive COP26 dinner at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum for world leaders and royals, residents on foot began being turned away.

Residents told STV News that they had been given no advance warning of a “short notice” change to the rules.

“The Get Ready Glasgow website said pedestrian access would be maintained throughout, so this blindsided people, and carers weren’t even allowed to cross to reach vulnerable residents when they showed their Cordia [identification] badge,” KayIeigh Quinn told STV News.

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Fairfield's police chief announces retirement, citing breast cancer diagnosis [Video]

Fairfield's police chief announced Tuesday that she plans to retire by the end of the year, citing her being diagnosed with cancer. Deanna Cantrell became Fairfield's first-ever female chief less than two years ago, and she has been in law enforcement for more than 28 years. "This recent diagnosis has really accelerated my plans for the future," Cantrell said. "I have absolutely loved being your police chief in Fairfield and serving you."