With this in mind we thought we'd check if Stuart Campbell had lost any support from SNP MPs who follow him.
It would seem that Mr Campbell's arrest has not had any impact on the Scottish National Party (SNP) at all.
Since May this list has remained static - with the exception of Lisa Cameron, who appears not to be following any longer, and Natalie McGarry. Ms McGarry regularly locks down her account - so it is often impossible to see who she is following.
This is the list of current MPs who follow Stuart Campbell's Wings Over Scotland account on Twitter (@WingsScotland)
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Dr Philippa Whitford
This is the list of former SNP MPs who still follow Stuart Campbell's Wings Over Scotland account on Twitter. They all lost their seats in the 2017 General Election. Michelle Thomson didn't stand as she was not selected by the SNP.
*All data is believed to be correct at time of publishing on 28th August 2017.
*Source: Twitter / Twitter API
Kirsty Blackman: “I don’t think most folk in their daily lives give two hoots about whether Scotland is a member of the union. The constitutional issues are not the biggest concern for an awful lot of people and, in fact, I very rarely talk about Scottish independence in the chamber, because I talk about things that matter to the people of Aberdeen."
It is being reported that Serena Cowdy, the woman allegedly involved in a love triangle with Stewart Hosie and SNP MP Angus MacNeil, is to marry Hosie after a Christmas proposal.
Serena Cowdy, 36, reportedly had affairs with MacNeil and Hosie - which led to both mens marriages coming to an end. Stewart Hosie was married to Shona Robison.
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