Young people to scrutinise Nicola Sturgeon at special edition of First Minister’s Questions

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Children and young people are being offered the chance to hold the First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, to account at a special edition of First Minister’s Questions.

The event has been funded by the Scottish Government as part of Year of Young People 2018 and designed in partnership with a team of 19 children and young people, who have been involved in decision-making throughout the project, from the choice of venue to visuals to the questions that will be put to the First Minister.

One hundred children and young people will make up the audience for First Minister’s Question Time Next Generation, which will be recorded in Glasgow in September and broadcast on STV’s Scotland Tonight.

The programme will be recorded on Wednesday 12 September and broadcast on Scotland Tonight on Thursday 13 September. It will also be available to view afterwards on the STV Player.

Children and young people can apply to be part of the audience by emailing events@childreninscotland.org.uk.

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The programme will be recorded on Wednesday 12 September and broadcast on Scotland Tonight on Thursday 13 September. It will also be available to view afterwards on the STV Player.

Children and young people can apply to be part of the audience by emailing events@childreninscotland.org.uk.

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The event has been funded by the Scottish Government as part of Year of Young People 2018 and designed in partnership with a team of 19 children and young people, who have been involved in decision-making throughout the project, from the choice of venue to visuals to the questions that will be put to the First Minister.