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MSPs vote to suspended Scotland's former health secretary over £11,000 iPad bill

Sky News Wednesday, 29 May 2024 ()
MSPs have voted to suspend Scotland's former health secretary from Holyrood for 27 sitting days and to strip him of his salary for 54 days over his £11,000 iPad data roaming bill.
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Scotland fans react to Switzerland Euros draw [Video]

Scotland fans react to Switzerland Euros draw

Scotland fans in Glasgow react after watching their team draw 1-1 against Switzerland in the second group stage match of their Euro 2024 campaign. Report by Brooksl. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Scotland fans watch team draw to Switzerland at Euros [Video]

Scotland fans watch team draw to Switzerland at Euros

Scotland fans at a fan zone in Germany watch their side draw 1-1 to Switzerland in the second match of their Euro 2024 campaign. Report by Brooksl. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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'Scotland deserve shot at grandstand Euros finish'

Scotland have earned the right to try and make history against Hungary, says BBC Sport pundit James McFadden.
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'Steely Scotland still standing after coming out swinging'

Scotland show their best qualities - as well as their worst - to get their Euro 2024 campaign back on track, writes Tom English.
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Hundreds of prisoners to be released early in Scotland after MSPs back plan

Regulations to allow the emergency early release of prisoners will come into force after MSPs backed the Scottish government's plan to ease pressure on the..
Sky News

New law to introduce abortion clinic buffer zones backed by MSPs

New legislation to introduce buffer zones outside abortion clinics has been backed by MSPs.
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John Swinney selected as Scotland's First Minister [Video]

John Swinney selected as Scotland's First Minister

John Swinney signed a selection nominee form before being selected as Scotland's first minister today. MSPs voted on him becoming First Minister at Holyrood this afternoon. Report by Kennedyl. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Holyrood, Edinburgh Holyrood, Edinburgh Area of Edinburgh, Scotland

The rise and fall of Humza Yousaf: Scotland's FM resigns [Video]

The rise and fall of Humza Yousaf: Scotland's FM resigns

Humza Yousaf has announced his resignation as Scotland's first minister ahead of forthcoming confidence votes. Mr Yousaf had been battling for his political survival after terminating the power-sharing deal between the SNP and Scottish Greens on Thursday. He entered Holyrood in 2011, first as a regional MSP and then as the representative for Glasgow Pollok five years later. In 2012, he became a junior minister in Alex Salmond’s government, before being promoted to the Scottish Cabinet during Nicola Sturgeon’s premiership. He went on to become the youngest and the first Asian and Muslim first minister in the office’s history. Report by Jonesia. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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