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UK election series part 1/5

By Andrew Connelly

On 7 May, the United Kingdom will vote in a general election. In Scotland, various recent polls have warned of a complete wipeout of Labour in favour of the Scottish National Party. Despite voting no in the referendum last year, many Scots have become dissatisfied with mainstream Westminster parties and the possible outcome could once again put the subject of Scotland’s independence back on the table.

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