Leaders in a lift: Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson quizzed by voters
Young voters have been putting their questions to the leaders of the main political parties in Scotland ahead of the Holyrood election on Thursday, 5 May.
Each leader was quizzed during a five-floor lift journey.
Scottish Conservatives leader Ruth Davidson speaks about her naughtiness landing her in trouble with the police; being on both sides of the war debate, and who she would like to be stuck in a lift with.
- The lift-stop interviews with the SNP's Nicola Sturgeon, Scottish Greens Patrick Harvie, Kezia Dugdale of Scottish Labour and Willie Rennie of the Scottish Liberal Democrats will be published throughout the week.
21 Apr 2016
- From the section Scotland