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Record level of Scottish drug deaths 'not acceptable', says Sturgeon

Sky News Sunday, 18 April 2021
Record level of Scottish drug deaths 'not acceptable', says SturgeonRecord high drug deaths in Scotland are "not acceptable", Nicola Sturgeon has acknowledged as she told Sky News "we didn't get it right" in tackling the problem.
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