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by Ruaraidh Gilmour
14 May 2024
Nicola Sturgeon’s appearance at the Scottish Affairs Committee rescheduled

Nicola Sturgeon | Alamy

Nicola Sturgeon’s appearance at the Scottish Affairs Committee rescheduled

Nicola Sturgeon will appear before the Scottish Affairs Committee at Westminster on 1 July after an evidence session she was due to appear at was cancelled earlier this year.

The former first minister was due to give evidence to the committee on 29 April, but the session was postponed due to a “change in witness availability”.  

Sturgeon is the latest high-profile witness to give evidence to the committee as part of its inquiry into relations between Westminster and Holyrood.  

Alex Salmond, Tony Blair, Lord David Cameron and Angus Robertson have already given evidence, and last week the committee heard from former First Ministers Henry McLeish and Lord Jack McConnell, as well as former lord advocate Lady Elish Angiolini.   

During her terms as first minister, Sturgeon worked with four prime ministers: David Cameron, Theresa May, Boris Johnson and Liz Truss.  

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