Shirley-Anne Somerville said that if a teacher determines that a young person should have an A, then that is the result they should have.
Health Minister Maree Todd said the plan would focus on abortion services, sexual health, menopause, menstrual health and heart disease.
The Scottish Government has launched a consultation on the effects of banning larger shops from opening on New Year’s Day.
The warnings were issued as it was confirmed it was ‘unlikely’ any area would see restrictions eased at the end of June.
Kate Forbes has said Rishi Sunak must meet with ministers from the devolved nations urgently.
Maree Todd said the incident would remind people of the need to learn CPR.
The FM said there is 'no doubt' that too lax controls over UK border arrangements had played a part in the current situation.
It is the second time that the Scottish Government’s legally set emissions targets have not been met.
The final agreement will be published 'in the coming days' but it will end tariffs on UK goods going to Australia.
The chancellor of the duchy of Lancaster's comments come after Priti Patel branded the move 'gesture politics'.
The Prime Minister said that it is 'sensible to wait just a little longer' to lift further restrictions.
Engender, the British Pregnancy Advisory Service and other groups have written to women’s health minister Maree Todd on the issue.
A number of England fans booed their side at Wembley on Sunday as players took the knee.
A joint report earlier this year concluded that it was 'extremely unlikely' that it escaped from the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
The Prime Minister repeatedly told European Union leaders the United Kingdom was 'indivisible'.
It comes after a number of organisations in the sector signed a joint letter expressing concern about the negotiations.
It was also confirmed that 3,497,287 Scots have received their first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine.
It was also confirmed that 3,477,378 Scots have received their first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine.
Angela Constance has said experts across Europe support the use of overdose prevention facilities.
Larry Flanagan, general secretary of the EIS, said the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) is 'out of touch'.