SNP Spring Conference 2015

John Swinney - The Scottish National Party hold their Spring Conference at the SECC in Glasgow ahead of the General Election on May 7th with 3,000 delegates attending at SECC - Glasgow, United Kingdom - Sunday 29th March 2015 (8 Pictures)


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John Swinney, Nicola Sturgeon and Tasmina Ahmed-sheikh 2

John Swinney, Nicola Sturgeon and Tasmina Ahmed-sheikh


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John Swinney and Nicola Sturgeon 3

John Swinney and Nicola Sturgeon


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John Swinney, Nicola Sturgeon and Tasmina Ahmed-sheikh 4

John Swinney, Nicola Sturgeon and Tasmina Ahmed-sheikh


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John Swinney and Nicola Sturgeon 5

John Swinney and Nicola Sturgeon


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John Swinney


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John Swinney


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John Swinney and Nicola Sturgeon 8

John Swinney and Nicola Sturgeon


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