Jury trials had been on hold during the lockdown, with preliminary, plea and sentencing hearings being held virtually.
Brussels insists UK cannot have the ‘best of both worlds’.
The full programme for the Wigtown Book Festival will be announced in August.
The Maritime and Coastguard Agency has also warned people to take extra care in the sea as the majority of beaches will not have lifeguards.
Blair Drummond Safari Park near Stirling was the first in Scotland when it opened on May 15, 1970.
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The First Minister said polling shows 84% back her decision to retain the ‘stay at home’ message.
David Frost accused the EU of taking an ‘ideological’ approach.
Experts have warned that millions without essential digital skills or access to technology be left isolated by the app rollout.
Met Police recorded the highest number of fines, followed by Thames Valley Police and North Yorkshire.
All 44 charges brought under the Coronavirus Act were incorrect, the Crown Prosecution Service said.
Nearly half of the journeys will be no more than 10 miles, the RAC poll suggests.
Geoffrey McKillop had been on a ventilator at the Causeway Hospital in Coleraine and at one stage was given just hours to live.
The women both worked for Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust.
The jobs crisis is far from over despite the Government’s ‘bold’ measures, said the Resolution Foundation.
Meanwhile education unions are meeting the chief medical officer and other experts on Friday over the Government’s push to reopen schools in England.
The Office for National Statistics published new data showing how the elderly have been affected by Covid-19.
The Government has set a target to appoint 18,000 contact tracers by mid-May.
Dr David Nabarro said a comprehensive testing, tracking and isolating system must be in place.
Rise has come following the government’s bailout for London’s transport system.
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