Snp sentence example
The SNP will not increase tax - but we will not be bought by Gordon Brown's penny tax bribe.
The new probe follows the shock by-election victory of SNP councilor Billy McAllister in the Labor stronghold.
He is a former Chief Executive of the SNP.
Friend was saying about the policy of the SNP, I wholeheartedly concur.
Angus MacNeil (SNP) asked about voter confusion under the current system and said STV maximized power to voters.Advertisement
If the SNP is to remain credible, this is a challenge it will have to face eventually.
This act caused much disquiet in Scotland where the SNP accused the Tories of using Scotland for experimental purposes.
Former SNP leader John Swinney delivered a moving eulogy to the woman whom he had first met 23 years ago.
He is a former chief executive of the SNP.
This SNP is located in a splicing region, just before the last exon, and might originate a splicing variant with functional consequences.Advertisement
In the rural areas of North East Scotland, the SNP's traditional heartland, the nationalists lost ground.
The win by the SNP's Scott Farmer at Borestone gives the nationalists a foothold on Stirling Council.
Until the SNP understands this New World - and it may already be too late - their triumphs are fated to remain sepia-tinted.
In any case, it is not preordained that the SNP will forever remain the leading force in the fight for an independent Scotland.
The SNP has only became a real political force following the decline of Scottish unionism.Advertisement
The SNP in government will hold a referendum on Independence during the Parliament 's first four year term.
The SNP are holding a torchlight rally in Edinburgh the night before it comes home, and you can come and join us.
The SNP has only became a real political force following the decline of Scottish Unionism.
It also discovered a single letter change in the genetic code, single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP).
People with autism had less SNP activity than neurotypical people do.Advertisement