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In the run-up to the Scottish Parliament elections in May, during a speech at Wester Hailes Education centre in Edinburgh, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon spoke of her priorities if the Scottish people were to give her party another mandate to govern.
Rather than banging the drum for a bitter and divisive second independence referendum, she was reasonable. “My priority for my time as First Minister—and let me be clear I…
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