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"Voters who support the SNP know that what they are voting for now, in a general election, is for a party that will do its utmost to extract every concession possible from rUK for Scotland's benefit. The SNP is now in a perfect position - able to act as 'provocateur' in its political demands while not having to take on the responsibilities and imposed by true independence."
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