Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has accused the Home Office of creating a “dangerous” situation in Glasgow after protesters forced Border Agency officials to call off an immigration raid in her constituency. The Times reports that after a seven-hour stand-off in which hundreds of protesters surrounded an immigration enforcement van and prevented it from leaving, Police Scotland released the two men “to protect the safety, public health and wellbeing” of everyone involved. Sturgeon said the decision to seize asylum seekers during Eid al-Fitr from a Muslim community at the centre of a coronavirus outbreak had been “staggeringly irresponsible” and demanded that ministers agree never to repeat the action.