Nicola Sturgeon slipped another tongue and accidentally called the SNP MP who had violated the coronavirus ban “Margaret Covid.”
Speaking at a briefing on Monday, the prime minister said: “The SNP did not know last Monday or Tuesday that Margaret Covid had suspicions about certain Covid.”
Rutgers and Hamilton West MPs traveled by train to London on Monday, September 26, despite mild symptoms, despite testing the Covid-19 over the weekend.
While awaiting trial, Mrs. Ferreira spoke at the House of Commons on Monday and then returned to Glasgow.
And he did it again! 🤣🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/h8I8APAZRi
– Agent HomePride (@AgentHomPride) October 5, 2020
He was tested for the same weekly virus, and the MP also allegedly visited a vanilla salon and Sweet P Gift Boutique in Rutherglen, near Glasgow.
The beauty store has condemned her work as “irresponsible”.
Ms Stargen first mixed during the discussion when she learned that the MP had violated the rules during a daily press briefing on October 21.
He said: “Margaret Covid, I first learned about Covid being with Margaret Ferrier yesterday afternoon.
“I think people can imagine my reaction to hearing this.”
Ped up to the vanilla saloon to wish Kelly, Anna and her team all the best for the future.
I’m loving the decor, bringing some pizzazz #Ruthergalen💄
– Margaret Ferrier MP (@Margaret Ferrier) September 26, 2020
Mrs Ferrier later apologized and said she had “deep remorse” for her actions. He referred to himself as the standard of parliamentary commissioner, as well as the police who are now investigating the incident
Police Scotland have confirmed that they have contacted Missy Ferrier, said officers are “investigating the situation” and are contacting the Metropolitan Police Service.