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Two Scottish Green MSPs to become ministers after party reaches power-sharing deal with SNP

The two parties have been locked in negotiations since May, after the SNP fell one seat short of an overall majority at the Holyrood election → Read More

School exams to go ahead in Scotland next year after coronavirus cancellations

Two contingency plans have also been put in place in case the coronavirus continues to create issues in education → Read More

Scottish Health Secretary Humza Yousaf launches legal action over nursery 'discrimination'

The nursery in question has been given two weeks to issue a public apology and agree to pay compensation to an anti-racist charity or face legal action → Read More

Proportion of A grades rises in Scottish exam results as overall pass rate has slight drop

Education Secretary Shirley-Anne Somerville described the results as 'strong', adding they had been 'achieved under extraordinary circumstances' → Read More

Fully vaccinated travellers from US and EU free to enter Scotland without quarantine

The Scottish Government’s announcement follows UK Transport Secretary Grant Shapps unveiling the same changes for England → Read More

Sajid Javid accuses SNP MP of ‘point scoring’ over ‘surprise’ at plans to ease most Covid rules in England

It will no longer be compulsory to wear a face mask in any setting and social distancing will be scrapped entirely when step four of England's lockdown roadmap is enacted → Read More

Eight-week gap between Covid jabs ‘best way to offer protection’, says Jason Leitch

Professor Leitch said it was the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) which decides what gap offers the best protection → Read More

Everyone in Scotland should be fully vaccinated against Covid by mid-September, says Nicola Sturgeon

The First Minister said everyone was 'increasingly confident' that vaccines were the 'way back to normality' out of the Covid pandemic → Read More

Glasgow to remain in Level 3 Covid restrictions for another week, Nicola Sturgeon confirms

If case numbers continue to stabilise the city could move down a level from the end of next week, the First Minister said → Read More

Ryan Giggs charged with assaulting two women and controlling or coercive behaviour

Police said Giggs had been released on bail ahead of his forthcoming court appearance → Read More

Final farewell: Moving pictures from Prince Philip’s funeral as royal family mourns the Duke of Edinburgh

Prince Philip has been laid to rest following his death a week ago aged 99 → Read More

Prince Philip: A timeline of the Duke of Edinburgh's extraordinary life, from Corfu to his tenth decade

From his military career to joining the Queen as royal consort, i takes a look back at some of the key moments from the Duke of Edinburgh's life → Read More

Pimlico Academy 'revises' uniform rules after pupils walk out in protest over controversial policy

A new uniform policy introduced last year stated hairstyles that 'block the view of others' would not be allowed and that hijabs 'should not be too colourful' → Read More

Drayton Manor theme park operators fined £1m over ‘utterly tragic’ death of 11-year-old girl on school trip

Evha Jannath was 'propelled' from a vessel on the Splash Canyon ride at the Staffordshire theme park → Read More

Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine 'safe and effective', European medicines regulator concludes

The announcement comes after several European nations suspended their roll-out of the Oxford/AstraZeneca jab → Read More

Prince William says he hasn't spoken to Harry yet

William made the comments during his first public appearance since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's interview with Oprah Winfrey → Read More

'Reclaim these streets' vigil to be held following disappearance of Sarah Everard

Organisers said the event was 'for Sarah, but also for all women who feel unsafe, who go missing from our streets and who face violence every day' → Read More

Society of Editors boss quits after criticising Harry and Meghan for challenging racism in British media

Ian Murray's resignation follows a statement in which the Society of Editors said it was 'not acceptable' for Harry and Meghan to make claims of racism in the press 'without supporting evidence' → Read More

Rishi Sunak to announce £5bn business grants as 45 Tories call for cut to rates

The announcement will be made by Mr Sunak in his Budget on Wednesday → Read More

Captain Sir Tom Moore's family had to hide 'horrific' online abuse from war veteran after his NHS fundraising

Captain Sir Tom Moore raised more than £32m for the NHS after he challenged himself to walk 100 laps of his garden before his 100th birthday → Read More