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SNP Westminster leader and veteran Conservative MP among those calling on Boris Johnson to resign over 'partygate'.
Invitations are being sent out to those who have specific medical conditions that place them at greater risk from Covid-19.
Pubs, nightclubs and theatres will be able to operate at full capacity from January 24.
Nicola Sturgeon will make a statement to the Scottish Parliament on Tuesday.
Up to two visitors are jointly able to see their loved ones, but ward 7C remains closed due to a small number of Covid cases.
The Scottish Tories have called for all restrictions to be lifted progressively, apart from the use of face masks in public places.
More than 12,000 student nurses have stepped forward as rising Covid admission rates put pressure on frontline workers.
Restrictions limiting crowd numbers to 500 have been lifted from Monday.
Recent data shows the rate of infections is slowing down.
Over 10,000 people have died in Scotland after testing positive for Covid-19 since the start of the pandemic two years ago.
Latest Scottish Government figures show another 41 coronavirus-linked deaths in the past 24 hours.
The health secretary also warned that a cautious approach has to continue due to 'extreme pressure' on the health service.
Fresh allegations that two further parties were held at Downing Street the night before Duke of Edinburgh's funeral.
Business growth and confidence hit due to increasing cost pressures and caution over future investment and employment.
Pregnant women have been urged to get their coronavirus vaccination.
Deputy first minister tells Covid-19 Recovery Committee the scheme is a 'completely reasonable request for us to make'.
Amy Hessen said she felt obligated to follow the restrictions during the UK’s first Covid lockdown.
NHS Lanarkshire will only assess the most serious cases for the next four weeks.
Extra funding to help businesses impacted by Covid measures was announced before Christmas.
World number one men's tennis player took part in an interview and photoshoot for French newspaper L’Equipe.