Tory members' poll 'an utter disaster for Ruth Davidson'

  The Scotsman 

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A poll in which a majority of Tory members said they would prefer Scotland to leave the UK rather than Brexit not happening is an "utter disaster" for Ruth Davidson, an MSP has said.
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