It was the turn of Scotland's first minister Nicola Sturgeon to defend her record in government - from criticism from other parties, in tonight's Scottish leaders debate. The SNP leader said her party had had to take some tough decisions. There were clashes over health, education, spending, and which main party she would rather have in government in Westminster.
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