There would be blood on the walls. Scalps would be taken, and one in particular, that of John Swinney, the Cabinet Secretary for Education. This would be the day when what happened really was ‘unprecedented’.
No bigger clanger has ever been dropped and none has received so much opprobrium in the 21 years the devolved Scottish parliament has been in
Celtic said it “unreservedly condemns and apologises” for the behaviour of Bolingoli, who travelled to Spain without informing the club and then failed to observe quarantine restrictions.”
The analysis places West Dunbartonshire as the 4th highest and Argyll & Bute as the 19th highest for care home deaths per 1,000 registered places up to 26th July.