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Police Scotland savings are 'challenging' says auditor

Scotland's spending watchdog has said the new single police force will find it "challenging" to achieve the savings set out for it.

Caroline Gardner, Auditor-General for Scotland, also referred to the power struggle between Stephen House, chief constable of Police Scotland, and Vic Emery, the chairman of the Scottish Police Authority, the body set up to oversee the force.

Scotland's eight police forces were amalgamated to form Police Scotland on 1 April 2013.

BBC Scotland's home affairs correspondent Reevel Alderson reports.