Europe Could Britain's 2015 vote be upended by Scottish referendum's ripples?

The Scottish National Party has more than doubled its members since the independence vote – which could help the Conservatives remain in charge of Westminster next year.

By , Correspondent

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Just a fortnight after the British union survived a referendum on Scottish independence, the focus has turned squarely on what is expected to be a tight general election next May.