Nicola Sturgeon ‘delighted and relieved’ at being cleared of ministerial code breach

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The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Nicola Sturgeon ‘delighted and relieved’ at being cleared of ministerial code breach” – below is their description.

Ms Sturgeon welcomed the “comprehensive, evidence-based and unequivocal” findings, which dissipated growing pressure on her to resign. Although she faces a Tory vote of no confidence at Holyrood on Tuesday, this is likely to fail.

Ms Sturgeon has been told she is ‘not free and clear’ however, for the full story, click here:

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