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An earlier trial at the High Court in Edinburgh was halted when Tracey pleaded guilty to a charge of having unlawful sex in December 2006 and January last year. On Friday Lord Uist told him: "The girl sought you out and agreed to what took place between you but that does not absolve you of your responsibility for what you did.
"You clearly took advantage of her." The judge added: "It is a serious aggravation that the girl became pregnant and had an abortion." Tracey first appeared in court on 11 January last year however, after that brief hearing he was attacked, beaten up and repeatedly stabbed.
High Street and parts of Western Avenue in the village of Leslie, near Glenrothes, have now reopened after being closed overnight between Thursday and Friday to prevent the public from accessing the area.
Two floors of the five-storey building were well alight at the height of the blaze.
It is understood that Edinburgh-based company Sundial Properties had bought the property, once owned by the Duke of Rothes, for 1.5m.
Eight politicians voted No last night to new laws handing Theresa May the power to trigger Article 50 and start the irreversible Brexit process - despite representing seats that backed Brexit.A Fife man who made a 12-year-old girl pregnant while she was truanting from school, has been jailed for 21 months and put on the sex offenders' register.Christopher Tracey, 20, from Glenrothes, was told by a judge he had taken advantage of the youngster, even though she was a willing partner.Labour MPs Catherine Mc Kinnell, Alan Whitehead, Mary Creagh, Graham Allen, Paul Farrelly and Chris Bryant, as well as Liberal Democrat Tom Brake and SNP MP Eilidh Whiteford, all defied voters on their patch.
They were among 114 MPs who voted against starting Brexit last night - but they were overwhelmed by 498 MPs who followed the instructions of the British people.Nobody was in the house, which was last used as a care home, at the time of the blaze.