Durham police found the Number 10 aide might have broken lockdown rules, but it would have been a ‘minor breach’.
Durham Constabulary say Boris Johnson's closest adviser might have committed 'minor breach of the regulations'.
Pete Wishart urged Boris Johnson to apologise over the Dominic Cummings scandal.
Douglas Ross quit the Scotland Office earlier on Tuesday over the Dominic Cummings row.
Jackson Carlaw said the scandal over Dominic Cummings' lockdown trip to Durham had become too big a distraction.
The Scotland Office minister said he had 'trouble' with the special adviser's explanation for a 260-mile lockdown trip.
Police took to social media to warn people not to get behind the wheel if their eyesight is impaired.
Prime Minister's key aide says he travelled to Durham because he was worried about his wife and child's safety in London.
The Prime Minister said his adviser had acted 'responsibly and legally and with integrity' despite claims of lockdown breaches.
The First Minister said the 'integrity' of public health advice is more important than losing an adviser.
Dominic Cummings reportedly went on a day trip during lockdown and drove up to County Durham a second time.
Boris Johnson had come under pressure to sack his top aide, Dominic Cummings.
In the letter Ian Blackford also continues his calls for Dominic Cummings to resign.