Sturgeon condemns ‘infuriating’ celebrations by Rangers fans

Scotland’s first minister issues stern Twitter rebuke to football supporters gathering in defiance of Covid rules

Nicola Sturgeon has condemned the “infuriating and disgraceful” celebrations in Glasgow as she urged Rangers FC to ask people to go home.

Thousands of fans have flouted the coronavirus lockdown to gather in the streets and celebrate Rangers winning the Scottish Premiership – their first top-flight title in 10 years. The mass gatherings have been widely condemned, and the first minister warned the celebrations could jeopardise plans to ease coronavirus restrictions.

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