She goes on to say that she doesn't "get easily stressed or battered. But I need a bit of stability to do that, and that means my private life is my private life. That's the thing I just have to have that nobody gets to touch, and that gives me the strength to be calm elsewhere." The reaction to Dugdale coming out has been positive and she took to Twitter to thank all her followers. You can read the full interview here.
Thank you for all the lovely messages of support - appreciated— Kezia Dugdale (@kezdugdale) April 2, 2016
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