Tavish makes BBC webcast date

BBC.co.uk reports:

An online interview with Scottish Lib Dem leader Tavish Scott will see him answer questions submitted by members of the public at the party conference. BBC Scotland’s political editor Brian Taylor will quiz the Shetland MSP in the half-hour webcast at the conference, being held on March 13-15. … You can watch the webcast live by clicking on the BBC Scotland news website at bbc.co.uk/scotlandnews. The interview will take place during the Scottish Liberal Democrat spring conference in Perth.

Any member of the public may submit questions to Tavish using the form at the BBC website here. However, to guard against disappointment, the BBC does caution wisely that “unfortunately, it may not be possible to put every question submitted to Mr Scott.”

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