The National:

IF you follow Nicola Sturgeon on social media, you'll know that the First Minister has pretty busy days. She seems to be here there and everywhere. Passing legislation in Holyrood one minute; visiting nurseries, schools and colleges the next; helping to promote Scottish businesses after that. She does it all. 

However, I can't say I ever thought she'd feature on a Number One pop song. 

Now she has! Well, not quite. But in her own way.

Twitter user @JordanPfot found a striking similarity between something the FM said in her conference speech and a Number 1 hit by English singer Dua Lipa.

During her speech, Sturgeon sent a message to Westminster parties seeking SNP support. "If you don’t respect Scotland’s right to choose our own future at a time of our own choosing, don’t even bother picking up the phone," she said.

The National: Dua Lipa's track found itself with a feature from the First Minister Dua Lipa's track found itself with a feature from the First Minister

The chorus of Dua Lipa's catchy 2017 track New Rules goes: "One: Don't pick up the phone, you know he's only callin' 'cause he's drunk and alone."

So Jordan Pfotenhauer edited together a version of the song in which the "don't pick up the phone" line is replaced by Sturgeon's quote. Genius. 

SNP MP Stewart McDonald replied to the clip - which was retweeted 3.1k times and liked 10.6k times - to tell Pfotenhauer he had won the internet.

Sturgeon herself is yet to respond, but we're hoping she does so with a full cover of the track ...