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Less than a year after rejecting independence, Scots may hold the balance of power in the U.K. elections
Scots have had an unexpected response to their own decision in September to vote, by a margin of 10%, to keep Scotland in the U.K.: they have flocked to the Scottish National Party, which spearheaded and lost the pro-independence campaign.
According to polls, the SNP, which currently holds six out of Scotland’s 59 seats in the British House of Commons, could win more than 40 in the U.K. general elections, which will take place on May 7. …