‘Don’t cut me off!’ Sturgeon loses it as BBC’s Marr savages SNP boss over vaccine shame

Nicola Sturgeon tells Andrew Marr ‘don’t cut me off’

Nicola Sturgeon struggled in a “car crash” interview this morning with the BBC’s Andrew Marr. Mr Marr immediately put pressure on the SNP leader by pressing the Scottish First Minister on the failures of her vaccine rollout strategy. He grilled Ms Sturgeon on the why the vaccine rollout in Scotland has been “so much slower” than England. 

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Many people aged over 80 have yet to receive their first dose and the SNP administration has faced criticism from opposition parties concerned that Scotland is “lagging behind” England on the vaccine rollout.

Ms Sturgeon responded: “We took a decision, in line with JCVI advise, to vaccinate older residents in care homes so that would have the most immediate impact on the death toll.”

The BBC host fired back: “The supply of the vaccine so far has been patchy.

“There are concerns among GPs that there too many levels of management in Scotland compared to England.”

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Mr Marr later interrupted Ms Sturgeon when she repeated the rate of vaccinations in care homes, which stands at 95 percent.

The BBC host said: “You have said that already.”

Ms Sturgeon immediately hit back: “Don’t cut me off!”

Viewers took to social media to remark on the “car crash interview” with many noting that Ms Sturgeon was “evasive on vaccine delivery”. 


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