THE Scottish National Party has two years to convince the Scottish electorate that they should be independent of Britain.
What does SNP stand for?
SNP stands for Scottish National Party
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The Scottish National Party is a leading voice in the campaign, which includes other parties, politicians, celebrities and businesses.
The Scottish National Party (SNP) is determined to hold referendum on Scottish Independence in 2014.
SCOTTISH National Party (SNP) leader Alex Salmond pulled off an unprecedented victory in the Scottish Parliament election today, clearing the way for a referendum on independence.
Plaid and the Scottish National Party are furious that they have not been invited to take part, despite assurances from the broadcasters that extra, localised debates will be held in Wales and Scotland.
The Conservatives, the Liberal Democrats, Plaid Cymru and the Scottish National Party received a total of pounds 1,636,865 in so-called Short money, which is paid directly by the UK Parliament to opposition parties in the House of Commons.