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less than ten percent of the country can vote for them and their leader isn't even standing nnnnn , but the surge of support for nicholas sturgeon and the s. and p. in scotland has given them influence that could stretch all the way to westminster nnnnn , we're not going to do a deal , the scottish national party the polls though suggest ed miliband may have little choice the s. n. p. is on course to win as many as fifty seats , better than the tories and i'm prepared to work with him to allow him to the police the tools which i think the s. n. p. leader has been keen to exploit her position as king maker freshening to block a labor budgets if miliband spurns her advances , nnnnn celebrations they may be a little premature as voices mike peacock explains if the s. n. p. doesn't come to the table could be them who left hanging nnnnn , you can vote down a labor government and bring back in the conservatives , so you're in essence , for their own political reasons north of the border nnnnn the biggest reason is next year's scottish election westerns and will be hoping to gain enough support for not a fault schultz independence nnnnn , the prospect labor is betting will keep them snickered in any negotiations