Political leaders in Scotland went head-to-head in the country's first televised debate ahead of this year's election last night.
The programme featured the leaders of the four major Scottish parties: First Minister Nicola Sturgeon from the SNP; leader of the Scottish Labour Party Jim Murphy; Scottish Conservatives leader Ruth Davidson; and Scottish Liberal Democrats leader Willie Rennie.
They debated the economy, public services, and devolution in front of a live audience of 200 people in Edinburgh.
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