An investigation has resumed into whether Nicola Sturgeon broke ministerial rules and misled the Scottish parliament about when she knew about sexual misconduct complaints against… Read More »Sturgeon investigated after claims she misled parliament about Salmond meetings
Government plans to delay COVID-19 testing for all residents and staff at care homes until early September have been described as “an absolute kick in… Read More »Coronavirus testing in care homes delayed until September
The government is adamant schools will be safe to open in September, amid claims it has not given enough clarity to teachers over new procedures… Read More »‘I believe they’ll be safe’: Government adamant schools will reopen in September
Serious public disorder could “overwhelm all attempts” to control the coronavirus and “catastrophically” undermine the government’s recovery plans, scientists advising ministers have warned.
Separate households are banned from meeting indoors from today in Greater Manchester, East Lancashire and parts of West Yorkshire after a rise in coronavirus cases.
The government has reported the highest daily number of coronavirus cases in more than a month – as a quarantine for arrivals from Luxembourg was… Read More »UK sees highest daily total of coronavirus cases for more than a month