Nicola Sturgeon remains optimistic that Scotland can enter phase two of lockdown easing on Thursday, which will again, loosen some of the guidelines, allowing pub outside areas to open up and some families to meet indoors.
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Education Secretary John Swinney has said that it is ‘unlikely’ that schools will return to normal next year.
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