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Scottish leader Sturgeon accused of misleading parliament, faces calls to quit

By Abiodun Ogundairo
21 March 2021   |   9:34 am
Scotland's First Minister is facing calls to step down over her handling of an inquiry into sexual harrasment complaints against her former ally-turned-political rival, Alex Salmond.

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