A group of charities is urging both the First Minister and the Scottish Parliament to put pressure on Boris Johnson.
An inquiry into whether the Prime Minister properly declared the New Year Caribbean holiday has been confirmed.
The comments came amid signs a string of allegations may be damaging the Tories ahead of Thursday’s elections.
The Scottish Conservative leader said Boris Johnson is focused on tackling the pandemic.
Prime Minister accuses SNP of pushing for a second vote 'regardless of the cost to Scotland and the whole of the UK'.
Former prime minister says Boris Johnson risks becoming the 'biggest recruiting sergeant for nationalism'.
Nicola Sturgeon addressed the announcement of June 21 as a possible date for the end of restrictions in England.
Prime Minister equates his experience as mayor of London to that of the UK's devolved administrations.
The PM is ‘hopeful’ lockdown can be cautiously eased in the coming weeks, saying vaccines provide ‘grounds for confidence’.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has questioned Boris Johnson's decision to travel to Scotland during pandemic.
Prime Minister says UK prepared to move to trading on World Trade Organisation rules when the Brexit transition period ends.
The PM said 'everyone should obey' coronavirus rules but stopped short of saying the SNP MP should quit.
The Scottish Government will ask Holyrood next month to formally withhold consent to the Internal Market Bill.
The SNP's Ian Blackford called on the Prime Minister to 'show the leadership required' to save jobs.
The First Minister warned Scots they 'simply cannot have 100% normality' in the global Covid pandemic.
Nicola Sturgeon said she hopes to attend a Cobra meeting with Boris Johnson over the weekend.
The advocate general for Scotland, Lord Keen, has reportedly offered his resignation letter to Boris Johnson.
The European Commission said Britain had 'seriously damaged trust' with Brussels with its Internal Market Bill.
The post-Brexit Internal Market Bill is an 'abomination' and a 'naked power grab', Nicola Sturgeon said.
Brandon Lewis told MPs the law-breaking would be done in 'a very specific and limited way'.