He also claims Scotland doesn’t have powers it needs to respond to the Covid-19 crisis “in the way that it should”.
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The Prime Minister is grilled by LBC on why some businesses are being allowed to re-open ahead of others.
In 2016, 38 per cent of voters in Scotland backed Brexit. So why is the Party currently stuck at 23 per cent in the polls for next year’s Holyrood election?
“I didn’t have the knowledge I have now back then,” she responds when asked why mistakes were made.
By deflecting attention from their own record, the row is a huge gift for the SNP – and the stakes are much higher than the 2021 elections.
Also: Welsh Government abandons separate testing app to join UK-run scheme; Gove tries to downplay the Irish Sea border.
With Holyrood elections probably a year away now, Conservatives north of the border need to be prepared for when the campaign starts.
Iain Dale: When black women Labour MPs are wrong, white middle aged men should be free to call them out
Plus: Sturgeon’s failures as a leader and her successes as a communicator. And: the lobby has a reshuffle.
Also: Kawczynski clashes with colleagues over the future of Welsh devolution; Government capitulates on an Irish Sea border; and more.
If you thought staying in lockdown was hard, wait until you see what trying to get out of it is like. But here’s how Johnson could do it.
A successful test, track and quarantine policy would open the door to local paths out of this national shutdown.
Sturgeon, Wales, the shutdown row – and why a Four Nations policy is no substitute for a One Nation policy
The unique circumstances of the pandemic temporarily forged a common response, but cracks are already appearing and will only deepen.
“This is about the protection of older people who was we know are much more vulnerable to becoming ill and dying.”
Also: Supermarkets reject Drakeford’s bid to shift blame for deliveries fiasco; Welsh health minister faces calls to resign; and more.
Also: Salmond gathers his forces and his allies call for inquiries and resignations as the SNP civil war gathers momentum.
The former First Minister is a diminished figure, but could still be a potent leader of the Nationalists’ fundamentalist wing.