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Scottish Tory leader Davidson 'on verge of quitting'


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Ruth Davidson is on the verge of quitting as leader of the Scottish Conservatives, BBC Scotland understands.

Ms Davidson has been deeply unhappy with the prime minister’s pursuit of a possible no-deal Brexit.

She is said to be considering her position, with a statement on her future likely to be made on Thursday.

Ms Davidson, who gave birth to a son in October of last year, has been leader of the party since November 2011.

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