Scotland secretary Alister Jack said the first minister’s inaccurate claim that COVID-19 was five times more prevalent in England than Scotland led to 'bad feeling'.
The actor, who previously backed Scotland to remain a part of the UK, said that after the "Brexit vote I’ve changed my tune".
First minister Nicola Sturgeon has said people will only be able to meet in groups of six or under as the country tries to keep its COVID-19 cases down.
Shetland's council voted 18 to two in favour of exploring independence options as they've grown increasingly frustrated with the Edinburgh government.
Mercy Baguma was found dead in her flat, with 16-month-old Adriel so malnourished he was unable to stand up in his cot.
The Isle of Rum, Inner Hebrides, put out a call for tenants to join the population of around just 30 people.
Workers at the Victoria Hospital in Kirkcaldy, Fife, found their cars underwater after their staff car park flooded in torrential rain.
Xander Irvine was walking with his mother, Victoria, 37, on Morningside Road on 30 June when he was struck by the vehicle.
Images showed people meeting in bars and restaurants with little or no physical distancing over the Scottish bank holiday weekend.
The prime minister has been accused of using the coronavirus pandemic “as some kind of political weapon” by Nicola Sturgeon.
A ‘serious police incident’ has seen roads in Glasgow city centre closed amid reports of a multiple stabbing.
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.
Author Neil Gaiman said he wasn't breaching lockdown restrictions by travelling from New Zealand to Skye in Scotland because he was allowed to 'go home'.
Different parts of the UK could move at 'different speeds' to lift their coronavirus lockdowns, the government has confirmed.
In new coronavirus guidance, the Scottish government said 'there may be some benefit' in wearing a facial covering when leaving the house and entering enclosed spaces.
Scotland’s first minister warned: 'A return to normal as we knew it is not on the cards in the near future.'