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Humza Yousaf’s legacy in eight graphs

29 April 2024

10:56 PM

29 April 2024

10:56 PM

Humza Yousaf has announced his resignation as First Minister and leader of the Scottish National Party. His time was short, but he’s overseen a dramatic change in the party he’ll now cease to lead: a discipline once revered by opponents has given way to a party in open dissent.

As he prepares to leave the political stage what can Scotland remember him for?

  1. Yousaf, who became an MSP in 2011, rose quickly to the top job in Scottish politics.

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