Sturgeon says she will ‘get on with the job’ after giving evidence at inquiry

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    Nicola Sturgeon has said she will “get on with the job” of steering Scotland out of the coronavirus pandemic, the day after her marathon eight-hour evidence session to the Holyrood inquiry.

    Sturgeon was challenged by opposition leaders about the last-minute release of the legal advice to the committee.

    “I’m going to get on with the job that I suspect most people watching at home right now want me to get on with, which is leading this country through and out of a pandemic” she said.

    Sturgeon challenged during first minister’s questions

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