As Scotland prepares to ease its coronavirus lockdown from Friday, Scots have voiced concerns about the UK government’s handling of the crisis and the risk of lifting restrictions “too quickly”.

A survey for BBC Scotland suggested that a majority of people thought Boris Johnson and UK ministers had handled the pandemic “fairly” or “very” badly.

Meanwhile 82% of respondents said First Minister Nicola Sturgeon had handled the crisis well overall, with only 8% saying she had done badly.