Fallout from Sturgeon-Dugdale 'chat' continues
First minister's questions is dominated by Nicola Sturgeon's claim that Kezia Dugdale changed her mind on a second independence referendum immediately after the Brexit vote.
Ms Sturegon said during an STV leaders' debate on Tuesday that Ms Dugdale told her that Scottish Labour would no longer oppose a referendum.
Ms Dugdale insisted the allegation is completely untrue, but Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson claimed it was proof that the Labour Party cannot be trusted to oppose a referendum.
07 Jun 2017
- From the section Scotland