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Jo Swinson tours Scotland on the campaign trail

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Jo Swinson tours Scotland on the campaign trail

Jo Swinson tours Scotland on the campaign trail

Liberal Democrats leader Jo Swinson has visited a family farm in Fife, Scotland, earlier today as part of her campaign trail as she looks to gain seats currently held by SNP.

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