Scottish lesbian MP wants to dance

Leader of the Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party Ruth Davidson reacts as she is interviewed inside the International Convention Centre in Birmingham, central England, on October 2, 2016 ahead of the start of the Conservative party annual conference. Britain's governing Conservative Party meets for its annual conference from Sunday facing questions over how and when it will take the country out of the European Union following the Brexit vote. / AFP / OLI SCARFF (Photo credit should read OLI SCARFF/AFP/Getty Images)

Ruth Davidson revealed about her dreams to take part in ‘Strictly come dancing’ – a famous TV show where singers, sportsmen, actors, and of course, politicians, learn to understand the language of dance. n an interview with Sky News, the Edinburgh Central MSP said she is very inspired by a job her colleague Ed Balls is doing on ‘Strictly’she compliments him saying that it is brilliant. She addressed to BBC with a request top sign her in when the contestants of the next season are going to be chosen.

Last month, Ms Davidson became the centre of a scandal after being called a “dyke” at an event marking the anniversary of the independence vote in Glasgow. Attended by a number of prominent SNP politicians, the remarks drew criticism from a number of groups who described it as “offensive”.


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