Angus Robertson named as SNP deputy leader

Angus Robertson named as SNP deputy leader
 

Angus Robertson has been named as the new deputy leader of the SNP.
The Moray MP replaces Stewart Hosie, who stood down in the autumn following newspaper revelations about his private life.
Mr Robertson defeated Edinburgh East MP Tommy Sheppard, Alyn Smith MEP and Inverclyde councillor Chris McEleny to take 52.5% of the votes cast.
About 120,000 SNP members were entitled to vote in the contest, with the winner announced at the party's conference.
Tommy Sheppard received 25.5% of the votes, while Alyn Smith received 18.6% and Chris McEleny 3.3%.
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13 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 43
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