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Sturgeon: Welcomes Boris' 'quick action' on lockdown

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Sturgeon: Welcomes Boris' 'quick action' on lockdown

Sturgeon: Welcomes Boris' 'quick action' on lockdown

Nicola Sturgeon has urged Scottish people not to travel to areas in northern England as coronavirus cases increase.

The First Minister of Scotland also said she welcomes the UK governments 'quick action' on new lockdown measures.

Report by Browna.

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