Nicola Sturgeon must pay compensation for ‘hypocritical’ travel ban, Andy Burnham says

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Nicola Sturgeon must pay compensation for ‘hypocritical’ travel ban, Andy Burnham says” – below is their description.

    Andy Burnham is demanding that Nicola Sturgeon agrees to pay compensation to Manchester businesses and residents hit by her “hypocritical” travel ban between Scotland and parts of the north of England.

    The mayor of Greater Manchester accused the First Minister of treating the north of England with “contempt” by abruptly announcing the “disproportionate” legal restrictions on Friday without any consultation.

    Read more: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2021/06/20/nicola-sturgeon-must-pay-compensation-hypocritical-travel-ban/

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