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Holyrood leaders clash in debate ahead of next week’s election

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Holyrood leaders clash in debate ahead of next week’s election

Holyrood leaders clash in debate ahead of next week’s election

Holyrood leaders clash in a debate ahead of next week’s election.

SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon and Tory candidate Douglas Ross engaged in a heated discussion over holding another referendum on independence.


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