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Scottish Election 2021: When is the next TV leaders’ debate?

The Scottish Parliament election campaign is well underway with party leaders and candidates pounding the streets to attempt to secure your vote.

One of the highlights of the elections in recent years has been the introduction of TV debates.

The five main political party leaders faced off against one another on March 30 in what was the first debate of the Holyrood election.

Next week, Nicola Sturgeon from the SNP, Douglas Ross of the Scottish Tories, Anas Sarwar from Labour, Willie Rennie of the Lib Dems and Patrick Harvie from the Greens will debate one another.

Recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, Scottish independence and climate change are just some of the big topics that are likely to pop up throughout.

Here’s all you need to know about the second TV debate:

What channel is it on?

The first debate was on BBC One Scotland and the BBC News Channel but the second instalment will be on STV and the STV Player.

What time does it start?

The 90-minute debate is due to be broadcast on Tuesday, April 13.

It will start at 7.30pm and end just before 9pm.

Who will be taking part?

Nicola Sturgeon from the SNP, Douglas Ross of the Scottish Conservative, Anas Sarwar of Labour, Willie Rennie of the Lib Dems and Patrick Harvie from the Greens will go head-to-head against one another.

The event will be hosted by STV political editor Colin Mackay.

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