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John Swinney sworn in as Scotland's new First Minister

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John Swinney sworn in as Scotland's new First Minister

John Swinney sworn in as Scotland's new First Minister

John Swinney has officially been sworn in as Scotland’s new First Minister at the Court of Session in Edinburgh.

It comes after the Perthshire North MSP - who has previously served as finance secretary, education secretary and deputy first minister for the Scottish government- was elected SNP leader unopposed on following the resignation of Humza Yousaf.

Report by Alibhaiz.

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