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SNP

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The SNP remain the largest party in local government with 431 councillors, up from their total of 425 in 2012.
Where there is agreement we will back, but when the SNP fail to deliver or lose sight of Scotland's priorities, we will oppose.
The SNP move came after Scottish Liberal Democrat leader Nicol Stephen ruled out any deal with the SNP so long as they insist on a referendum on independence.
SNP interfaces to a silicon target via a combination of two 38-pin mictor connectors and a 20-pin JTAG header.
But the symbolic blow of the SNP taking Glasgow was softened somewhat by Sturgeon's party failing to secure overall control as many had predicted.
When it was suggested his party would either do a deal with the SNP or go to the backbenches, Mr Scott said: "That's absolutely the position.
Unlike the SNP and the Tories, Labour will transform our economy through investment, insisting the true wealth creators - that means all of us - benefit from it.
When the Tories wanted to cut tax credits - hitting low income households by around PS3000 a year - the SNP helped to stop them.
The SNP government in Edinburgh sold Serco, which is its favourite private operator, the Northern Isles ferry services to Orkney and Shetland a few years ago.