SNP conference: Salmond says independence vote 'not about SNP'
Scotland's First Minister Alex Salmond has told his party conference that a vote for independence is not a vote for the SNP.
In his address he made it clear to delegates that a first independent Scottish government could well be run by Labour, or a coalition.
But he added that a "Yes" vote meant Scotland would never be overseen by a Tory government it did not vote for.
His comments come ahead of the 18 September vote on Scotland's future.
James Cook reports.
12 Apr 2014