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Scottish Lib Dem leader waterskis for European election campaign

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Scottish Lib Dem leader waterskis for European election campaign

Scottish Lib Dem leader waterskis for European election campaign

Willie Rennie has taken to waterskis to illustrate a "rising tide" of support for the Scottish Liberal Democrats ahead of the European elections.

The party leader claimed a vote for the Lib Dems was a vote in opposition to Brexit during his campaign visit to Waterski and Wakeboard Scotland in Dunfermline, Fife, on Tuesday.

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