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New Scottish Tory leader Jackson Carlaw will be lucky to see out 18 months in the job

Daily Record Friday, 14 February 2020 ()
New Scottish Tory leader Jackson Carlaw will be lucky to see out 18 months in the jobIn an analysis piece, Daily Record Political Editor Paul Hutcheon says party insiders see Carlaw as "prickly" and a "stop gap" leader
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News video: Carlaw elected as Scottish Conservatives leader

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Jackson Carlaw has been elected as the new Scottish Conservative leader. Mr Carlaw, who served as interim leader during the recent general election campaign, defeated Scottish Tory social security spokeswoman Michelle Ballantyne 4,917 votes to 1,581.

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