The man in the cloth cap, who represents the Scottish National Party in what has for many years been a deeply Conservative constituency with a large number of English residents – including the Royal Navy at Faslane and Coulport – was unusually vocal during Prime Minister Boris Johnston’s weekly question time.
Dr Inkster also led the investigation into two cases of Cryptococcus in 2019, a fungal infection associated with pigeons droppings. Two patients died after contracting the fungal infection while being treated at the hospital.
Jackie Baillie MSP said: “The further rise in unemployment today confirms that Scotland is on the brink of a devastating unemployment crisis.
Kitchen Cabinet: Blanca Valencia’s ‘Spirish’ variation on a classic dish is her go-to recipe for feeding a large group Romesco fish pie This fish pie,
I am reassured to hear that there will be cleaners on site during the day in every primary school, and two in secondary schools, to wipe down busy touch-point areas. I’m also pleased to see the extensive provision of hand sanitisers and the planned promotion of hand-washing in our schools because we know that these measures will also be vital in controlling Covid-19.”
he winner of the Journalists’ Charity/Dickens Fellowship competition to find a new Dickens character for the 21st century was revealed last night as a formidable B&Q queue organiser who takes her role very seriously. Cartoon by MAC and courtesy of the Journalists’ Charity).