SNP open to 'progressive alternative' to Tories
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SNP open to 'progressive alternative' to Tories

SNP leader and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said she "would want the SNP to be part of a progressive alternative" at Westminster if the election results in a hung Parliament.

Speaking on the Today programme, she gave the example of Labour as a party that had "put forward policies that the SNP have already implemented," but ruled out taking part in a coalition.

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