Sturgeon Grilled Over Scots Deaths
Daily Record|November 30, 2020
Nicola Sturgeon has defended her handling of the coronavirus crisis against figures showing the death rate in Scotland is higher than in other parts of the UK.
Torcuil Crichton

The First Minister said: “I had done everything, I will continue to do everything I can to try to control the virus to keep it as low as possible, to take the tough decisions in order to achieve that and to try to take the people of Scotland along in these difficult steps with me as far as I possibly can.”

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