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  • Sturgeon set to replace Salmond

    Nicola Sturgeon looks set to become the Scottish First Minister as senior SNP figures line up to endorse her as Alex Salmond’s replacement. Among those who have backed Ms Sturgeon for the job are Scotland's Finance Minister John Swinney who reportedly said that she would be an excellent successor to Mr Salmond. Accord...

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