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Labour's Jonathan Ashworth responds along with the party's senior statesman Jack Straw who also reflects on the events of 9/11, of which he was a key Cabinet ally of Tony Blair.

The Scottish Government's programme is analysed with First Minister and leader of the Scottish Nationalist Party Nicola Sturgeon as it is only weeks away from hosting world leaders at the global summit COP26.

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