This is “not a decision to be taken lightly”, the FM said, and should be cleared with the university or college first. At the Scottish Government’s coronavirus briefing on Monday, the First Minister said all those attending house parties and “flagrantly” breaking the rules “should really take a look at themselves”. “The number of people in hospital is rising and nobody should be under any illusion about that. A Perthshire couple is campaigning to fund more research into child cancer treatment after losing their daughter to the disease. The first property we saw, we didn’t put a substantial bid over the home report – it was a few thousand pounds – because we did hear from the mortgage broker how competitive the market was. The passengers on board the 7.02am flight to Southampton were taken off the plane after landing back in Scotland and have been kept at the airport for more than three hours. They have been putting bids in around £5000 to £6000 more than the home report value, but have still seen their offers rejected. The body parts were found at an industrial estate on Whitehill Road on Sunday. The employee sent text messages to chief executive Colin McGowan and others to inform them that there were “problems” but to also reassure them that the issue was in hand. “Where officers encounter blatant, wilful, or persistent breaches, we will take decisive action to enforce the law.”.

“The incubation period for this virus means I am absolutely sure that we will continue to see increased numbers of infections amongst students for several days to come and there will always be a need for vigilance.
“In the next 12 months might be as good time to buy as you’ll get for most of the 2020s.”. Students living away from home cannot have short overnight stays at their parents’ house, the First Minister has confirmed. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. The Scotland international was forced out of last weekend's thrilling 3-2 win over West Ham due to a groin complaint suffered during the pre-match warm-up.

He added: “We believe there a number of different crime groups working in the Glasgow area and involved in this kind of crime. Guidance published on Sunday said students currently living in university accommodation will be able to return home on a “long-term basis” if they wish. Rice told the BBC : "I thought we started the first 20 minutes poorly and Kilmarnock were well on top. “I just think the way we are being treated in the airport at the moment is awful.”. The school remains open and all other pupils are able to attend as normal.