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Humza Yousaf and his ridiculous, feigned outrage

24 April 2024

6:21 PM

24 April 2024

6:21 PM

Scotland’s First Minister Humza Yousaf is a politician with two settings. If he’s being asked about a difficult issue – the Police Scotland investigation into SNP finances, for example, or his government’s failure to deliver its policies – he does a reasonable approximation of sincerity, all soft voice and sad eyes.

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