Tory MSP and LBC host Ruth Davidson warns that Nicola Sturgeon 'will have to go' as Scottish First Minister if revelations made in the Scottish parliament inquiry by Alex Salmond are true. @mattfrei | @RuthDavidsonMSP
Mr Salmond says "to my knowledge" no complaint about him or other ministers reached the desk of Nicola Sturgeon while she was Deputy First Minister He says he has seen claims that Ms Sturgeon was "covering up" incidents at the time - and adds: "That's not the case"
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said the integrity of the nation’s democratic institutions are at stake as an increasingly toxic dispute with predecessor Alex Salmond escalates
? Boris Johnson tells the House of Commons Nicola Sturgeon became First Minister “without a vote”. ? This is not true. ? It’s a desperate attempt to deflect from the fact that he has been made Prime Minister thanks solely to the votes of a few thousand Tory Party members.
"This is not about asking Boris Johnson or any other Westminster politician for permission." Nicola Sturgeon says the Prime Minister has "no right to stand in the way" of another independence referendum in Scotland.
"Life shouldn't feel normal right now, so if your life still feels entirely normal, ask yourself if you are doing the right things" Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon reveals three more people in the country have died Latest coronavirus updates:
“It’s not democracy, it’s dictatorship” Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says unless the suspension of Parliament is challenged “today will go down in history as the day democracy died”
After meeting Boris Johnson in Edinburgh, First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, says that "behind all the bluff and bluster", he has "set the UK on an almost inevitable path to a no-deal Brexit".
"We must, all of us, including you Jeremy Corbyn, come together and demand a People's Vote." Nicola Sturgeon, First Minister of Scotland, calls on the Labour and Conservative leadership to put Brexit "back to the people".
"To Theresa May, I would simply say, what are you scared of?" Nicola Sturgeon says she wants to take part in a TV debate with the Prime Minister, because "a debate between Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn is simply a debate about two versions of Brexit".