Nicola Sturgeon discusses Scotland’s restrictions
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During Nicola Sturgeon’s daily coronavirus briefing, she was asked why theatres and concert halls are better off in England than Scotland. Ms Sturgeon looked visibly rattled as she told the press conference “I am the First Minister of Scotland” twice in response to the question.
Ms Sturgeon was asked: “Why are theatres and concert halls better off in England instead of Scotland when it comes to restrictions?”
The SNP leader replied: “I am the First Minister of Scotland and I have to decisions that I think are right for Scotland.
“That is what I have tried to do and that is what I will continue to try to do.
“That is my job, that is my duty, I am not in possession of all the facts and figures to the same extent that I am in Scotland about the situation in England.
“England has its own Government to take those decisions.
“I am the First Minister of Scotland.”
Nicola Sturgeon’s SNP won the May 2021 Holyrood election but fell one seat short of an overall majority.
The SNP leader has admitted she will push for a second Scottish independence referendum during the first half of the SNP’s fourth consecutive term in Government.
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