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Gove: 'SNP have dropped a bombshell on the election'

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Gove: 'SNP have dropped a bombshell on the election'

Gove: 'SNP have dropped a bombshell on the election'

Michael Gove has accused the SNP of dropping a "bombshell" on the election campaign, with leader Nicola Sturgeon's suggestion that she would seek a fresh independence referendum next year as a price for supporting Jeremy Corbyn in government.

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