Nicola Sturgeon is putting more pressure on Jeremy Corbyn to call a confidence motion against the UK government.
The first minister believes the motion could succeed, but is only guaranteed if it is raised by Labour.
The SNP leader says she is still considering bringing forward the motion, but is calling on Labour, as the official opposition, to raise it.
She believes it will, at the very least, “clarify Labour’s position”.
But the Labour leader has so far ruled