Scottish Nationalist party member Angus Robertson said the SNP would "never forget and never forgive" the measure for being rolled out in Scotland a year before the rest of the UK.
What does SNP stand for?
SNP stands for Scottish Nationalist Party
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Liberal Democrat MP John Hemming (Lib Dem Yardley) said the Prime Minister could be hoping to push the legislation through the Commons with the support of the Scottish Nationalist Party and Ulster Unionists.
The then tiny Scottish Nationalist Party was all for this.
WITH Plaid in disarray, it must be tempting for members to look at the success of the Scottish Nationalist Party in Holyrood with a touch of green-eyed wistfulness.
A similar situation would result if the Scottish Nationalist Party (SNP), with a predicted 10-12 seats, were to become kingmakers.
CAPTION(S): SPLIT: Shadow Treasury Minister Philip Hammond said the SNP was at odds with Plaid on Barnett 'OPPOSED VIEWS': Plaid leader Ieuan Wyn Jones listens as Scottish Nationalist Party Leader Alex Salmond speaks
They start: "We note that you're unhappy that the Scottish Nationalist Party has not been invited to take part in the Prime Ministerial Debates.