What does the SDP stand for today?
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General election 2017: SDP policies in 2017

The SDP was founded in March 1981, and many in the party later joined what became the Liberal Democrats.

Spokesman Steven Winstone, a former UKIP candidate, tells Daily Politics presenter Jo Coburn what the modern-day Social Democratic Party stands for, including annual referendums to cover issues such as the death penalty, hunting and euthanasia.

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