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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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Calls for Sturgeon to investigate T in the Park ‘cronyism’ row 111 comments nicola Sturgeon has been drawn into the cronyism row over T in the Park, after the Liberal Democrats demanded she.
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 answer some awkward questions in the Scottish Parliament but it has done her party.
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Sleaze, cronyism and the SNP: the New Politics is charmingly familiar. Ms Sturgeon says the first she knew about any of this was when she read about it in The Sunday Times. Mrs Thomson has resigned the party whip, pending the outcome of the police investigation. She maintains her innocence.