Sky News Breakfast: Budget Day & Nicola Sturgeon faces the music

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    – We look ahead to the Chancellor’s budget in the Commons

    – First Minister of Scotland gives evidence into Scottish government’s unlawful investigation of harassment claims against Alex Salmond

    – Dolly Parton calls on people to come forward for the coronavirus vaccine with the help of her classic hit

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