The controversial travel ban will be put into law from Friday, but Scotland’s Deputy First Minister has said it is “very, very unlikely” the police will be stopping people under the new restrictions. In addition to movement restricting movement between Scotland and England, the ban means people living in level three or four council areas of Scotland’s coronavirus tier system will not be allowed to leave except for specific essential reasons.
People living in lower-risk level one and two council areas were likewise told not to travel to level three or four council areas.
Ms Sturgeon’s proposed travel ban faced criticism as it was debated in Holyrood.
Ruth Davidson MSP, leader of the Scottish Conservative party at Holyrood said: “People across Scotland desperately need clarification on what this travel ban will mean for them.
“For this to be even remotely workable, everyone, especially those living near council boundaries, must know exactly where they can travel and the…
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