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Scots eye power-broker role in UK election

With SNP likely to win in Scotland, it could opt for coalition or agree to support a Labour government

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MS STURGEON: In a television debate of seven leaders of large and small parties, she was impressive in putting forward her views to Scottish and other voters in the UK.

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CHARM OFFENSIVE: Mr Cameron (in black) and his wife Samantha (in green) with first-time homebuyers in a showflat during a general election campaign visit.

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THE Scots failed to become independent in last year's referendum, but despite that the Scottish National Party (SNP) may well be the power broker after the May 7 UK elections.

According to the polls the two largest parties - the Conservatives and Labour - are neck and neck,

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