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SNP most trusted to deliver for Scotland – Labour’s problems mount up

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In Glasgow, 40 per cent trusted the SNP most compared to 16 per cent who said Labour.

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A majority in Scotland still want change

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Should the Westminster parties fail to listen to the Scottish people they will pay a heavy price at the polls.

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Spin, hypocrisy and the SNP’s desperate last throw of the EU dice

SNP deputy leader Nicola Sturgeon has embarked on what can only be described as an exercise in full frontal-spin at best and rank hypocrisy at worst.

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More EU woe for slippery Salmond as Barroso shuns Sturgeon

Alex Salmond and the SNP suffered another EU slapdown this week as EC President Jose Manuel Barroso shunned Nicola Sturgeon.

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Flag protesters have Scotland in their sights as Belfast violence continues

After sustained protests about the flying of the Union flag over Belfast City Hall, they are now threatening to spill over into Scotland.

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First the EU shambles, now SNP accused of “wilfully misleading the people” on currency union

Following the EU membership rowsm The SNP’s post-independence plans for a currency union with the remainder of the UK have been attacked as unworkable.

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SNP EU membership row: Barroso could shun talks with Sturgeon

EC president Jose Manuel Barroso could shun talks with SNP deputy first minister Nicola Sturgeon as the row over Scotland’s future EU membership intensifies.

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Nicola Sturgeon – what future?

The SNP will have to consider whether Ms Sturgeon remains an asset to her party as its deputy leader, not least after her involvement in the “Lunchgate” saga.

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Scottish Cash for Access “looks like a clear breach of the rules”

It has now emerged that the SNP have held 6 fundraising lunches in Parliament, leading to allegations they are abusing their position to allow cash for access.

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By-election defeat could cause SNP rethink

The SNP’s defeat in Glasgow could lead them to reasses their plans for independence, with polls turning against Alex Salmond and the administration.

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