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SNP duo want vote on 'independence plan B' at virtual conference (www.scotsman.com)

SNP chiefs are being urged to use a virtual conference to decide if the party should adopt a “e;plan B”e; approach on independence. Referencing the easing of coronavirus lockdown restrictions that recently took place, Mr McEleny, leader of the SNP group on Inverclyde Council, said: “If we are now able to go for a picnic, play golf or go to bowling greens, then we should be able to talk about Scotland’s future.”

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The traditional parties have had plenty of chances – Scotland needs real opposition before we lose our country

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