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The SNP has failed to make Scottish independence 'relevant' to voters, says party's Westminster deputy

Exclusive: SNP Deputy leader at Westminster says her party have failed to make Scottish independence "relevant" to the public. Kirsty Blackman tells BI the party has a "framing issue" about independence. "A lot of people don't get up in the morning and think about the union and how wonderful it is for their lives." LONDON — The SNP has failed to make the case for Scottish independence in a way that is "relevant" to Scottish people, the party's deputy Westminster leader Kirsty Blackman has told Business Insider.
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