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First Minister reveals a test, trace, isolate and support strategy for Scotland to deal with Covid-19

First Minister reveals a test, trace, isolate and support strategy for Scotland to deal with Covid-19

First Minister reveals a test, trace, isolate and support strategy for Scotland to deal with Covid-19

Nicola Sturgeon says the country needs to conduct 15,000 tests a day for the system to work and to 'get a degree of normality back into our lives'


Sturgeon outlines why coronavirus lockdown cannot be lifted yet and calls on Scotland to stick with it

Sturgeon outlines why coronavirus lockdown cannot be lifted yet and calls on Scotland to stick with it

Sturgeon outlines why coronavirus lockdown cannot be lifted yet and calls on Scotland to stick with it

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said she “really feared” just a few weeks ago that the NHS in Scotland would be overwhelmed by the coronavirus.


MP challenges military over use of insect repellant

MP challenges military over use of insect repellant

MP challenges military over use of insect repellant

ANSWERS are needed from government as to whether an insect repellent used by army personnel is effective at reducing Covid-19 risk, an MP has said.


PM back in office and thanks UK for its 'grit and guts' but says lockdown must remain

PM back in office and thanks UK for its 'grit and guts' but says lockdown must remain

PM back in office and thanks UK for its 'grit and guts' but says lockdown must remain

Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned he cannot risk lifting the lockdown yet.


Brexit negotiations should be extended to avoid more economic damage, says Highland MSP Maree Todd

Brexit negotiations should be extended to avoid more economic damage, says Highland MSP Maree Todd

Brexit negotiations should be extended to avoid more economic damage, says Highland MSP Maree Todd

A Highland MSP wants the UK government to extend the Brexit negotiation deadline, to avoid more economic damage.


Stone writes to Scottish Government over Dornoch Christmas tree workers row

Stone writes to Scottish Government over Dornoch Christmas tree workers row

Stone writes to Scottish Government over Dornoch Christmas tree workers row

MP Jamie Stone has said Dornoch Community Council about an influx of labourers to the town.


Return to normal 'not on the cards' in the near future, says First Minister

Return to normal 'not on the cards' in the near future, says First Minister

Return to normal 'not on the cards' in the near future, says First Minister

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has outlined possible ways the government could end the lockdown.


New Scottish economic recovery group to be established

New Scottish economic recovery group to be established

New Scottish economic recovery group to be established

The Scottish Government is to start post-Covid-19 economic planning with the assistance of business leaders and experts.


New package of measures announced to help businesses during pandemic

New package of measures announced to help businesses during pandemic

New package of measures announced to help businesses during pandemic

The Scottish Government has announced another £220 million is to be made available for businesses during the coronavirus crisis.


Fiscal watchdog's economic slump report is 'not a forecast but a scenario and possibly not even the most likely one', says chancellor

Fiscal watchdog's economic slump report is 'not a forecast but a scenario and possibly not even the most likely one', says chancellor

Fiscal watchdog's economic slump report is 'not a forecast but a scenario and possibly not even the most likely one', says chancellor

The Chancellor has challenged the view of an independent fiscal watchdog that the UK economy could shrink by 35 per cent


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