Politics and Government

Scottish Labour: Why we should feel sorry for Richard Leonard

4 minutes ago   |   Herald Scotland

I can't help it, but I feel sorry for Richard Leonard. On hearing the news of his resignation, Nicola Sturgeon also gave him a virtual wee hug over Twitter, describing the...
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Sturgeon accuses UK Government of having a 'hissy fit' over vaccine supply

4 minutes ago   |   Herald Scotland

NICOLA Sturgeon has accused the UK Government of having a "hissy fit" over the publication of vaccine supply details.
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Lockdown restrictions in Scotland to remain in place until mid-February with schools also remaining shut until then

6 minutes ago   |   Press and Journal   |   4 articles

Scotland will remain in lockdown until the middle of February, it has been announced.
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Best US politics podcasts to help you understand the election and inauguration

10 minutes ago   |   Evening Standard

Where will Trump be? What can we expect from Biden's presidency? And will it be alright on the night? Let these podcasts guide you through this week's US inauguration
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Even by Welsh Labour's standards, Drakeford's decision to slow the vaccine rollout is abysmal

10 minutes ago   |   Conservative Home

Ever since efforts to maintain a ‘four-nation' approach to Covid-19 first broke down over the summer, the pandemic has been a crash course in devolution for those who hadn't...
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GP vaccine rollout plan ‘an opportunity to get ahead of the virus'

10 minutes ago   |   Belfast telegraph

A government plan to use general practitioners and pharmacists to administer the Covid-19 vaccine is an opportunity to get ahead of the virus, a GP has said.
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Care homes must remain priority as vaccine rollout expands, Government told

10 minutes ago   |   Belfast telegraph

The Government has been urged to ensure care homes remain a priority for local health teams as coronavirus vaccines are rolled out more widely to vulnerable groups.
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India is reportedly asking WhatsApp to reverse a controversial change to its privacy policy that appeared to share some user data with Facebook

India is reportedly asking WhatsApp to reverse a controversial change to its privacy policy that appeared to share some user data with Facebook

12 minutes ago   |   Business Insider

Summary List Placement India is reportedly asking What App to reverse its new policy change. India's IT ministry sent an email to WhatsApp chief Will Cathcart asking the firm...
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‘Universal' free school meals saved from axe in London

16 minutes ago   |   The Big Issue

One of the UK's first universal free school meals schemes has been saved from council cuts after public pressure to support struggling families through the Covid-19...
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Meet Kamala Harris: America's new vice president

Meet Kamala Harris: America's new vice president

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Nicola Sturgeon confirms Scotland's lockdown to stay in place until mid February

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The restrictions are being kept in place longer than expected while hospitals continue to feel the strain of potentially lethal Covid-19. Read more ...

Schools face postcode lottery as medic warns areas may reopen at different times

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