Finland PM agrees to take a drugs test after party video leak

Sky News published this video item, entitled “Finland PM agrees to take a drugs test after party video leak” – below is their description.

Finland’s prime minister says she has taken a drugs test after videos emerged this week of her at a “wild” party with friends.

Sanna Marin faced questions from coalition parties and opposition MPs after the footage emerged of her attending a “private party with friends” featuring energetic dancing.

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