Images showed people meeting in bars and restaurants with little or no physical distancing over the Scottish bank holiday weekend.
Nicola Sturgeon has attacked Boris Johnson’s government over its 'shambolic' handling of air bridges.
The first minister confirmed the country is moving into phase two of her four phase plan for ending lockdown, with relaxed restrictions beginning on Friday.
The first minister warned that lockdown rules in Scotland could be tightened after data suggested people were breaking regulations
The Scottish first minister said it could become possible to meet “with small defined groups”.
Scotland’s first minister warned: 'A return to normal as we knew it is not on the cards in the near future.'
Nicola Sturgeon has said she won't give specific dates on when lockdown will be lifted, but will give details on how the decision is made because she's 'treating the public like grown-ups'.
The Scottish first minister said that the lockdown measures are working but added that it was still too early for restrictions to be lifted.
Three separate polls show that another Scottish independence referendum would be 'too close to call', according to a polling expert.
In a letter to Scotland's first minister, the PM said: “I cannot agree to any request for a transfer of power that would lead to further independence referendums.”
The First Minister continued to push for a new independence referendum when she appeared on BBC's Andrew Marr Show.
The First Minister admitted she “got over-excited” on Thursday night when cameras spotted her punching the air after Amy Callaghan beat Ms Swinson in East Dunbartonshire.
Michael Gove said discussions with his Cabinet colleagues on the benefits of Brexit ‘go long into the night’.
Nicola Sturgeon said yesterday’s Programme for Government was “fresh, it is bold and it is ambitious”, and therefore aspects of it would undoubtedly be “controversial”. For the most part, however, what the first minister served up as part of a long-trailed effort to “refresh” her administration after more than ten years in office sounded familiar: educational reform (“most radical change”), more cash to boost economic growth (“raising our ambition”) and the creation of a Scottish National Investment Bank. Sturgeon noted vaguely that there were “arguments for and against” a citizens’ basic income, but added that it merited “deeper consideration”.