/Nicola Sturgeon apologises for breaking the rules
Nicola Sturgeon First Minister

Nicola Sturgeon apologises for breaking the rules

Share this story...Tweet about this on Twitter
Share on Facebook
Share on LinkedIn

Nicola Sturgeon apologises for breaking the rules – speaking in Holyrood

Nicola Sturgeon apologised during First Minister’s Questions after admitting she made a “stupid mistake” for removing her mask.  She said sorry for breaking her own coronavirus rules by taking off her face mask at a funeral wake.  She also referred to a photo in a Scottish newspaper that many may have seen of her without a mask.

Scotland’s First Minister was photographed speaking to three elderly women last week while standing with her face uncovered in an Edinburgh pub.

Under laws passed by Ms Sturgeon’s government customers in hospitality venues must wear masks unless seated at a table.  She has relentlessly urged the Scottish public to follow the regulations.

Scotland recorded 1,190 new daily cases of Covid-19 and 47 further deaths in the past 24 hours.


Welcome to the fresh style of ynuk.tv  We hope you are safe and well. We love broadcasting and want you to enjoy your viewing.  It you’ve got any suggestions don’t hesitate to connect we want to hear from you.

Experience watching videos on the go. No matter where you are if you have a signal you have YourNewsUKtv.  Just key in ynuk.tv and you’re there.

Subscribe to our daily news feed and be notified and the first to know when new videos or live streams have been posted.  Stay connected with us we love having you.

Hope you enjoy your visit. Let us have your reaction.  Drop by our comment box and leave us your views about our videos and channel.  We’re here 24/7 and enjoy a chat.  Tell us about your experiences with the channel.  Are you a video watcher or do you prefer to view live stream?  Do you surf our pages?  Are there enough?





Founder YourNewsUktv a community news web channel offering a fresh concept in news broadcasting. Stems from having been in National and International TV news journalism in the UK, Cuba, Moscow and Doha. Developed production and reporting skills, as well as programme editing for 24hour news outlets