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June 16, 2015

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Dave Summers

I hadn't heard David Starkey's comment but I agree the comparison is toxic.
An English friend and ex-colleague of mine, who with her husband (also English) joined the SNP after the referendum, said to me recently that much of the fear in England of the SNP (which, I believe, was one of the main reasons David Cameron won a majority) is that they see the similarity in name with the British National Party and don't recognise that its ideology is entirely different. A perspective which hadn't occurred to me as a life-long Scottish (and indeed, north Scottish) resident.

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