THE bid to stop a change to the SNP's historic anti-Nato policy is set to intensify, with campaigners insisting they want to start a "grassroots movement" to defy Alex Salmond and the party leadership.
THE bid to stop a change to the SNP's historic anti-Nato policy is set to intensify, with campaigners insisting they want to start a \"grassroots movement\" to defy Alex Salmond and the party leadership.
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MICHAEL SETTLE UK POLITICAL EDITOR
A meeting of the Nationalists' Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament group in Glasgow yesterday aimed to "educate" SNP members about what the proposed U-turn in policy could mean for the party and to its chances of securing a "yes" vote in the Scottish referendum on independence in 2014.
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