It appears that MP Margaret Ferrier (a former SNP member) will receive a 30 day suspension from parliament, which would start a recall petition under UK rules (a suspension of 10 days or more kicks the recall into gear). Ferrier plead guilty to violating COVID safety protocols in 2020, after refusing to self isolate, going to church and a bar and then taking a train from Glasgow to London despite having the coronavirus (though she had not yet tested positive).
SNP seems to want a recall to get by-election on the ballot. Any petitioners would need 8100 signatures to get on the ballot.
And here's a columnist opposing recalls in general, unless the official is sentenced to jail.