SNP in crisis as MSPs quit

23rd October, 2012 10:34 am

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Developing: Highland MSPs John Finnie and Jean Urquhart have announced that they are quitting the Scottish National Party – reducing their majority to just a single seat. Their resignations follows the pro-Nato vote at the party’s conference last week.

  • Carolekins

    Yo! Glad some of them have a conscience.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/QDMFX65KM5STSAFHAC4FOLFTO4 fran

    You mean that overall majority which the Labour designed voting mechanism was supposed to ensure would never ever happen. Hold the front page –  one party among the UK governments actually has an overall majority to reduce – and it’s not Labour. 123 a-wwww

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