DAVID Cameron has insisted there will not be another Scottish independence referendum as, in the wake of Labour's devastating election defeat, Nicola Sturgeon claimed the SNP would now be the main opposition to the Tory Government at Westminster.
So what happens now?
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon yesterday said Scotland's voice will be heard in Westminster "more loudly than it has ever been before" at a gathering of the party's newly-elected MPs.
ALEX Salmond yesterday demanded an apology from David Cameron for the toxic "anti-Scottish" nature of the Conservatives' general election campaign.
THE SNP is planning to embed itself deep in the Westminster system to confront David Cameron's austerity agenda and obtain more power for Holyrood.