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The Scottish Greens stay “unequivocal” that they may vote towards Humza Yousaf in a confidence movement subsequent week, The Telegraph understands.

Lorna Slater, the celebration co-leader, appeared to counsel her celebration could change their minds over their stance in a radio look this morning, if the SNP supplied concessions.

However, a senior celebration supply advised The Telegraph that the Greens would vote towards Mr Yousaf, which means he would doubtless want the help of Ash Regan, from Alex Salmond’s Alba Party, to outlive.

“We are unequivocal that we will not support him,” the insider mentioned. “We will be voting against the First Minister.

“Lorna was just stating the fact that we are not in any secret talks, they haven’t picked up the phone to us, but we will not be changing our minds.”

The Greens have additionally not dominated out backing a Labour movement of no confidence in the complete authorities, which if profitable, would imply Mr Yousaf and all his ministers can be pressured to right away resign.

“We have no choice but to wait to make a decision on that because we have no idea what government we might be voting for by next week,” the supply added. “Our only option is to decide in real time. We’ve seen today that the SNP are in chaos, with Humza cancelling events left right and centre.”