Challenge to Sturgeon on ‘cronyism’

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has been asked to investigate allegations of cronyism over a funding deal for the T in the Park music festival.. Call for probe into T in the Park funding.

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Challenge to Sturgeon on ‘cronyism’. Coming on top of claims of cronyism following the Scottish Government’s award of 150,000 to the company behind T in the Park, for whom a former SNP government special adviser was working, and continued finger-pointing from the opposition parties.

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Challenge to Sturgeon on cronyism’ Nicola Sturgeon on challenges facing the SNP | Holyrood Magazine – Coming on top of claims of cronyism following the Scottish Government’s award of 150,000 to the company behind T in the Park, for whom a former SNP government special adviser was working, and continued finger-pointing from the opposition parties about the SNP’s record on health.

Challenge to Sturgeon on ‘cronyism’. Coming on top of claims of cronyism following the Scottish Government’s award of 150,000 to the company behind T in the Park, for whom a former SNP government special adviser was working, and continued finger-pointing from the opposition parties.

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Love or Lust: 7 Ways to Know a House Is the One Challenge to Sturgeon on cronyism’ A cronyism row which saw an SNP cabinet secretary rubber-stamp a 150,000 grant to the organisers of the T in the park music festival after a meeting brokered by a former party adviser may have caused First Minister Nicola Sturgeon the inconvenience of having to.

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