March 7, 2014

Scotland's Big Referendum Winners

Tom Gallagher, The Commentator

The Associated Press

The SNP remains well ahead in the polls and therefore will be in charge during the rancorous period that is sure to persist after 2014. Will ordinary Scots rein in the party as it flirts with authoritarianism?

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TAGGED: Scottish National Party, SNP, Scotland, UK


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