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Nicola Sturgeon warns PM he can't "bludgeon" Scotland

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Nicola Sturgeon warns PM he can't 'bludgeon' Scotland

Nicola Sturgeon warns PM he can't "bludgeon" Scotland

Boris Johnson cannot "bludgeon" Scotland into seeing the world in the same way that he does, Nicola Sturgeon has said.

She spoke with the Prime Minister in a phone call on Friday following the election in which the Conservatives swept to a large Commons majority, while the SNP won 48 of the 59 Scottish seats.

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