Poorer families are less likely to want to send their children back to school amid the Covid-19 pandemic, despite these pupils having fewer opportunities for home learning, a survey suggests.
Bosses at UK firms wanting to reopen under the Government’s new guidance must carry out an inspection to show they are safe.
Scottish Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has said she has “no idea” what “stay alert” means, referencing the change in the UK Government’s messaging over the coronavirus lockdown.
Boris Johnson still needs time to rest and recuperate following his stint in intensive care with coronavirus, the Home Secretary said.
Boris Johnson’s fiance sent him letters and baby scans to lift his spirits during his time in intensive care.
Nicola Sturgeon has said she is not expecting the Cobra committee to propose any easing of the coronavirus lockdown measures, ahead of Thursday’s meeting.
Children and members of the public have been creating “get well soon” cards for Prime Minister Boris Johnson after he was admitted to intensive care on Monday.
Nicola Sturgeon has wished the Prime Minister well as he battles coronavirus in intensive care, saying: “We are all willing you on Boris, get well soon.”
Boris Johnson has been moved to intensive care after his coronavirus symptoms worsened.
Politicians from across the spectrum have wished Boris Johnson well after the Prime Minister was placed in intensive care with severe coronavirus symptoms.
Boris Johnson has been moved to intensive care after his coronavirus symptoms worsened, Downing Street has said.
Politicians from both sides of the despatch box offered messages of sympathy to Boris Johnson after the Prime Minister was admitted to hospital for tests.
The SNP’s Westminster leader has again urged Boris Johnson to pause Brexit negotiations, saying many will struggle to cope with its pressures at the end of the year.
The Prime Minister and Health Secretary testing positive for coronavirus creates communications challenges for the two men leading the country’s response to the outbreak.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed a further eight people have died in Scotland as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, taking the total to 33.
Measures brought in to tackle the spread of coronavirus will “change life as we know it”, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said.
A woman has been granted an absolute discharge after posting messages about the Prime Minister on Facebook – after a sheriff accepted they were written “in the heat of the moment”.
Claudia Walter or Karl appeared in the dock at Aberdeen Sheriff Court where she denied the charge against her.
Boris Johnson visited Peterhead fish market and a farm near Banchory this morning.
The Prime Minister has been pressed for more information on proposals to create free ports in the north-east.
Former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher has said he would like to become the next prime minister, adding that he will “sort this pile of s**t out”.
A former Aberdeen schoolboy has thrown his hat in the ring to succeed Theresa May as Prime Minister.
Rylan Clark-Neal has criticised the Government for taking the “shine” away from the Spice Girls reunion.
Theresa May has announced she is standing down as Tory party leader on Friday June 7.
Theresa May has failed to guarantee the UK will leave the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) by the December 2020 deadline.
A grotesque puppet of Margaret Thatcher which featured on satirical series Spitting Image is up for auction.
Jeremy Clarkson has castigated the issue of Brexit and branded the leave process a “complete clusterf***” as the Prime Minister’s deal was roundly rejected by MPs.
Theresa May made an upbeat start to her keynote speech to the Tory Party conference by shimmying on stage to Abba’s Dancing Queen.
John Cleese has again threatened to leave the UK after MPs decided not to go ahead with the second phase of the Leveson Inquiry.
Jeremy Corbyn needs to do more to tackle anti-Semitism in the Labour Party, comedian James Acaster has said.