The owner of a salon visited by MP Margaret Ferrier on the day she took a Covid test spoke out ahead of closing as part of Level 4 restrictions. 

Kelly Livingstone, co-owner of the Vanilla beauty salon in Rutherglen, is "gobsmacked" the shamed MP has not resigned. 

Ms Ferrier travelled from London to Glasgow after testing positive for coronavirus but continues to sit as an independent MP.

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Police Scotland have confirmed they have passed on an initial assessment to the Crown Office into the conduct of the Rutherglen and Hamilton West representative.

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon was among those to call for her resignation. 

The Rutherglen business co-owner told the Guardian: “I am gobsmacked that we are facing closure again but she is still taking a high salary and has not faced any consequences.”

Ms Livingstone labelled Ferrier's refusal to stand down "unreal".