Covid-19

Part of the debate – in the Scottish Parliament on 22nd December 2020.

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Photo of Christine Grahame Christine Grahame Scottish National Party

The First Minister stated that the incidence of Covid in Scotland is half what it is England, and that the cross-border travel ban will be in place on Christmas day. Given that the chief constable has ruled out road blocks and check points—I appreciate that those are operational decisions for him to make—is the First Minister satisfied that the law can be enforced, and has she been advised on what policing is taking place on the English side of the border?