Nicola Sturgeon has condemned the UK’s ‘malicious cyber activity’, otherwise known as the ‘not yet gold-standard’ track & trace app.
As Johnson crossed the border, she warned Scotland was a ‘top target’ for interference and denounced his regime’s engagement in ‘criminal activity’.
“The regime paid £14m for a ferry service,” she said, “to a company that has no ferries. What have they to teach us?”
“This sinister man talks of ‘UK might’,” she added, “Might what? That’s what the people of Scotland are asking’.