Assault by bodily force was the most common cause of victims’ injuries.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said the new restrictions are ‘absolutely essential’ amid a rise in coronavirus cases.
It says plans are in place to keep the local community safe, amid fears students will have house parties as Covid-19 regulations have shut clubs.
Adam Russell, who suffers with schizophrenia, told a neighbour he was ‘going to kill them all’, a court heard.
Oliver Dowden has said performances can run past 10pm.
The charity warned it expects a £175 million fall in fundraising income by the end of 2022.
Campaigners and some senior military figures have warned that the legislation will create a presumption against prosecution of torture.
A blaze at the building in June 2017 cost the lives of 72 people.
Kristie Higgs is taking her dismissal from Farmor’s School in Gloucestershire to a tribunal claiming she was sacked for her Christian beliefs
Passengers travelling through Network Rail’s 20 stations will be able to use the orange bins by the end of next month.
Sotheby’s is selling material from the rise of the Fab Four.
Tougher restrictions are coming into place but vary across the four nations.
The First Minister asked people to consider whether their journeys were ‘essential’.
James Lovell, director of the Ministry of Fun Santa School, said meet-and-greets might take place online, but remains ‘optimistic’ about the future.
Environment Secretary George Eustice has written to the devolved agriculture department pressing for action.
Boris Johnson said the UK was at a ‘perilous turning point’ in the battle with Covid-19.
The First Minister addressed MSPs at Holyrood on Tuesday afternoon.