Nicola Sturgeon

Scotland's outgoing first minister says she's “not out of step” with the country – and dismisses fierce criticism from JK Rowling.
“Looking at me, looking at that photograph now, it’s clear I’m in a lot of pain.”
Party's deputy Westminster leader, who married her wife last year, said she was “incredibly hurt” by her colleague's comments.
A new poll shows she is the most popular candidate among party voters to replace Nicola Sturgeon.
SNP leadership hopeful warns of "dark and dangerous days" if some people are "beyond the pale".
The defiant finance secretary insisted her campaign was “not over”.
The cabinet secretary for finance and the economy is widely seen as a frontrunner in the race to replace Nicola Sturgeon.
The Scottish Labour leader told Nicola Sturgeon's supporters that backing his party would “get the Tories out of Downing Street”.
Humza Yousaf, Angus Robertson and Kate Forbes are all likely contenders.
Remember when Kwarteng was the chancellor of the exchequer for less than six weeks?