First Minister Nicola Sturgeon took time out from the campaign to visit the Cunninghame WASPI women.

The Little Art School arranged a WASPI painting class with both the First Minister and Dr Phillipa Whitford MP joined in the event.

A spokeswoman said: “We remain committed to working across political parties to find a solution to this ongoing injustice.

“We will also continue to hold the PM Boris Johnson to account in pledging to revisit the WASPI question. Regardless of the General Election result, politicians can be rest assured that WASPI women are not going away.

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