‘Violent protest is never acceptable’: Nicola Sturgeon condemns Glasgow clashes

Scotland’s first minister has said violent protest is never acceptable and particularly not during the coronavirus pandemic. ‘I say to anyone that has found themselves on the streets of Glasgow in an altercation with other groups or with the police, that they should really take a long hard look at themselves’. A planned Black Lives Matter protest in the city was cancelled

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Nicola Ferguson Sturgeon is a Scottish politician who is currently serving as the fifth First Minister of Scotland and leader of the Scottish National Party since November 2014. She is the first woman to hold either position.

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