A Scottish minister became the subject of scrutiny after he racked up £11,000 (or about $13,672) in roaming charges while on vacation.
The Scottish National Party’s Michael Matheson admitted on Thursday that the eye-popping bill was due to his kids using data to watch football on a family trip in Morocco late last year. And now, pressure is mounting on the health secretary to step down from his role.
“The simple truth is they [his sons] watched football matches,” Matheson told MSPs on Thursday.
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