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How will Scotland’s voters impact on the next election?

Is the SNP really in a position to topple Labour north of the border?

By Peter Kellner  

Labour MP Jim Murphy would be the Scottish leader the SNP would most fear. © Danny Lawson/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Anyone who hoped that the “no” victory north of the border would quickly move Scotland out of the headlines must be bitterly disappointed. Two linked questions will ensure that it will continue to remain in the news and affect what happens at Westminster. The first, of which this week’s report…

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