Scottish leader survives confidence vote in parliament

Scottish leader Nicola Sturgeon has survived a vote of no confidence held by lawmakers on Tuesday. The first minister of Scotland and leader of the Scottish National Party faced the vote after an inquiry ruled she “misled” lawmakers during an investigation into her predecessor, Alex Salmond. A total of 65 Scottish lawmakers voted in favour of her remaining in her post while 31 voted against it. A total of 27 people abstained.

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