SNP's Hosie says independence might have motivated Unionist vote
The SNP's Stewart Hosie believed the prospect of a second Scottish independence referendum could have motivated Unionists to come out to vote in the general election.
He was speaking to the BBC's Jackie Bird following his party's reduced seat count at the general election.
The SNP went from 56 seats in 2015 to 35 seats.
09 Jun 2017
- From the section Scotland politics