I was looking for this yesterday, just managed to find it. It is absolutely true too.Personally I think she should stay in post. Sure, she made a mistake which contradicted the public health message, but if she is the most capable and effective person for the job it seems daft and counterproductive to throw her under the bus for political PR reasons.
I have no idea why scotland can't just use the UK government chief medical officer, but I suppose it has to satisfy snp desires for demarcation and making scotland separate even if it has a negative consequence on scottish lives.
And one that got caught blatantly breaking her own rules, by driving to visit her holiday home an hour away and going for a nice stroll or two on local beaches, then refused to resign until a day or so later when the political and public outcry grew big enough.
Cracking effort!Being a typical old bootneck jumped in to set up an ops room where I live supporting elderly and vulnerable in the area,