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Humza Yousaf urged to help in campaign for independent review into murder of woman by boyfriend

Sky News Thursday, 22 February 2024
Scotland's first minister has been urged to help in the campaign for an independent review into the murder of a woman killed by her boyfriend while he was out on bail.
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