On Monday night, as the rest of the UK was getting to grips with Boris’ route map out of lockdown, something odd was happening in Scotland. No one was talking about coronavirus.
Stranger still, as first minister Nicola Sturgeon began unveiling the country's own path to normality on Tuesday afternoon, attention remained elsewhere – namely, on an increasingly divisive feud between the SNP's most recognisable figures that threatens to shape the country's political scene, and its attitude towards women, for many years to come.
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